|Subject:||Re: C-SPC works; C-u C-SPC doesn't. How could be?|
|Date:||Sun, 26 Jun 2022 19:22:00 +0200|
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I've debugged it manually because (keymap-lookup) doesn't seem to exist in my emacs, if that's possible.
The problem comes from:
(define-key org-mode-map (kbd "C-u C-n") #'org-next-item)
If I eval that line, "C-u C-SPC"
stops working on org-mode.
Same problem in runemacs -q. Is it
Hi Ypo, Ypo <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:Hi, Bruno Yes, I tried your assertion for bug-hunter, but it didn't work. (unless (eq 'universal-argument (keymap-lookup global-map "C-u")) (error "C-u has been redefined"))I'm not sure in what way it didn't work and I didn't try bug-hunter yet. FWIW, just in case it might help you, when I have such a problem, I just define a function, something like: (defun my-check-bug () "Throw an error when C-u is not the universal argument in org-mode." (with-temp-buffer (org-mode) (unless (eq 'universal-argument (keymap-lookup global-map "C-u")) (error "C-u has been redefined")))) Then I add: (my-check-bug) everywhere in my init files and I start emacs with --debug-init. Good luck, Bruno
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