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Re: Bug: tab key no longer bound to org-cycle in commit 565361eb69 [9.4.
Re: Bug: tab key no longer bound to org-cycle in commit 565361eb69 [9.4.6 (9.4.6-10-gee652a-elpaplus @ /Users/bartm002/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20210705/)]
Wed, 7 Jul 2021 21:18:27 -0700
So I put back the mapping in org-key.el to map TAB instead of <tab> in my local
copy and instead commented out line 185 in outline.el to get TAB to map to
——snippet from outline.el
(let ((map (make-sparse-keymap)))
(let ((tab-binding `(menu-item
;; Only takes effect if point is on a heading.
:filter ,(lambda (cmd)
(when (outline-on-heading-p) cmd)))))
(define-key map [tab] tab-binding)
(define-key map (kbd "TAB") tab-binding)
(define-key map (kbd "<backtab>") #'outline-cycle-buffer))
"Keymap used by `outline-mode-map' and `outline-minor-mode-cycle'.")
Does that sound like the right thing to do? If so then I could submit it to the
Emacs dev list.
I don’t see outline as a minor mode listed when I use C-h m while in an org
file expecting org-cycle.
> On Jul 7, 2021, at 6:35 AM, Nicolas Goaziou <email@example.com> wrote:
> Eric S Fraga <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> On Tuesday, 6 Jul 2021 at 18:05, Mark Barton wrote:
>>> I normally use C-RET to enter a new headline and then press TAB to
>>> make it child headline. Recently it stopped working and I think I have
>>> it tracked down to the change that was made last week. I could be
>>> missing something that allows “TAB” to work for a kdb binding, but the
>>> previous format of "<tab>" works.
>> I've also found TAB no longer moving from cell to cell in tables. I use
>> evil and now TAB (translated from <tab> according to C-h c) is bound to
>> evil-jump-forward. The only change in my environment has been updating
> Binding <tab> is frowned upon, because it has higher priority than TAB,
> and also because it doesn't work everywhere, like in terminals.
> If TAB doesn't work properly in Org, then something, e.g., a minor mode
> (Evil in the second case), is stealing the binding. I guess you have to
> reclaim it back.
> Please see (and answer there)
> Nicolas Goaziou