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Re: [O] Bug: keys C-c C-c do not update in Emacs app, but in Terminal em

From: Maria Shinoto
Subject: Re: [O] Bug: keys C-c C-c do not update in Emacs app, but in Terminal emacs
Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2016 17:28:32 +0900
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Aloha Axel and Tom,

You both pushed me in the right direction.

I did a clean install and did not load any new packages, now it works like it should.

Thanks and all the best from Japan,

Am 14.08.16 um 17:09 schrieb Maria Shinoto:

o yes! I made a mistake in my test file on the Macbook. Now, with the
list as a real list, the setup on my Macbook works great.

So, the problem is definitely the emacs/org-mode set up on my iMac, the
list file there was OK.

I will now re-install the whole emacs application and try to keep
everything clean. Then I will test exactly the same way like on the
Macbook and write again on this list, whether it worked.

Best and thanks a lot,

Am 14.08.16 um 16:46 schrieb Axel Kielhorn:

Am 14.08.2016 um 08:55 schrieb Maria Shinoto <address@hidden>:

Now, I will explain the behaviour on my Macbook.

My test buffer (file, in org mode) looks like this:

* A test todo [/]
 [X] checkbox
 [ ] another checkbox

Two things I observe:

**1** As far as I understand, the counter in the headline should
update with C-c C-c. Instead, I am asked to enter a tag, and this tag
will then be set.

You have to be on the [/].
If you are anywhere else on the line the default behavior is indeed to
set a tag.

**2** When I try C-c C-c with the cursor on the checkbox line, it
should change the state of the line and that of the counter -- if I
understand correctly. But I get another message "C-c C-c can do
nothing useful at this location.“

Right, because you are not in a list, use:

* A test todo [/]
 - [X] checkbox
 - [ ] another checkbox

BTW, you should get exactly the same behavior in the shell.

In case you want to use the same Emacs in the shell and in GUI, add

/Applications/Emacs\ 24.5.app/Contents/MacOS/
              ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ adjust as appropriate

to your PATH.

And again we see the usefulness of the ECM, long live the ECM.

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