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Re: [Emacs-orgmode] Testing org-mode 4.37 (and a few suggestions)

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Emacs-orgmode] Testing org-mode 4.37 (and a few suggestions)
Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2006 11:59:53 +0200

Hi Bastien,

* I like the new `org-export' behavior, but (1) the [t] key ("insert
  the export option template") is not defined; (2) the [x] key (XOXO
  export) is somewhat confusing, since no global C-x key is available
  anymore (maybe use [O]?)

I don't understand the second point. In what situation is there no global C-x key? While Org-mode is waiting for the key after `C-c C-e'? In this situation no command keys are available at all, so you need to press a key for a command, or C-g to abort.

Am I misunderstanding something?


* Keeping stored link after insertion often depends on the link we
  need to insert.  So `org-keep-stored-link-after-insertion' is OK,
  but some way to control this for every insertion (overriding the
  default value of the variable above) would be useful.

  Maybe C-u C-u C-u C-c C-l is okay ?

Hmm. 3 prefix args.... Nobody is going to use this. Needs something better. Maybe just a history.

* What about a default description with stored links ?

You mean a default for what will be inserted for the second pair of []? There are default for some links, but not for all. I'll check if we can have more.

  For example, the default for a file would be the name of the file,
  the default for a w3m buffer would be the title of the page, the
  default for a bibtex entry would be some apalike (or user defined)
  formatted string, and so on.

* org-narrow-to-current-level

  This is defined in org-blogging.el; i always use it when editing
  some big org file.

(defun org-narrow-to-current-level nil
  "Narrow to current level."

I guess this could also be called narrow-to-subtree, and be written as

(defun org-narrow-to-subtree ()
     (progn (org-back-to-heading) (point))
     (progn (org-end-of-subtree t) (point)))))

- Carsten

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