|Subject:||Re: [Orgmode] Correct Way to Create Sibling Headings|
|Date:||Sat, 13 Sep 2008 21:57:22 +0200|
thank you for your thoughtful post. I tend to agree that there is some consistency missing in this area. Following your post, I am changing the interface like this:
M-RET and M-S-RET will remain the same, i.e. they will insert the heading directly after the current line, therefore making any content of the entry part of the new entry. I believe this still makes sense, because it feels more like direct editing of the text file. In this case, the idea is that if you want to insert the new heading after all the content, you would first move the cursor to after the content.
I am redefining C-RET and C-S-RET in the way you propose. The will now also insert a new heading *before* the current if the cursor is at the beginning of the line. And they will achieve the insertion without folding siblings.
Finally, I am introducing a new option `org-insert-heading-respect-content', default nil. If you set this to t, M-RET and M-S-RET will behave just like C-RET and C-S-RET, respectively, so in this way you can make this behavior the default.
I hope this will work for everyone, let me know if not.
On Sep 11, 2008, at 11:08 PM, Peter Jones wrote:
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