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Sat, 5 Dec 2009 21:21:14 -0700
Message for Toby.
(Toby's email doesn't work.)
On 2009-12-05, Samuel Wales <address@hidden> wrote:
> Still enjoying the package.
> Bug (muahahaha).
> It seems to put point in the wrong place sometimes. It would be good
> to see all changes that are made by an undo or a redo. Sometimes you
> are in a place, and you do undo or redo and it makes the change to
> that place but shows you a different place (where you have another
> If you make a change in one place, then go to another place and make
> another change, then undo, then undo, you will see the first place
> undone. But redo redoes and moves you to the new place. So there is
> no way to see the first place changed using undo and redo.
> If you fixed it to show the first place changed, then you would not
> show the second place unchanged.
> Thus there is no symmetric fix.
> Perhaps asymmetry would help. Undo acts as now. Undo again also acts
> as now. But if you redo, then you see the change in the first place
> without moving point. Redo again makes change in second place (so you
> miss the change), but undo at that point acts as now so you see the
> If I am not too fogged, then this is a solution. If you don't see
> what you changed, just undo then redo, or redo then undo.
> I think I am suggesting that redo should move point before a change.
> I don't know if undo-the-undo works this way but I suspect it does, as
> I never had this problem before.
> Hope this helps.
> Q: How many CDC "scientists" does it take to change a lightbulb?
> A: You only think it's dark. [CDC has denied ME/CFS for 25 years]
> Retrovirus: http://www.wpinstitute.org/xmrv/xmrv_qa.html
Q: How many CDC "scientists" does it take to change a lightbulb?
A: You only think it's dark. [CDC has denied ME/CFS for 25 years]
- Re: undo-tree.el,
Samuel Wales <=