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bug#43948: 28.0.50; [PATHC][NS] Make s-<left/right> to move to beginnin

From: tsuucat
Subject: bug#43948: 28.0.50; [PATHC][NS] Make s-<left/right> to move to beginning/end of line
Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2020 19:04:33 +0900

> Andrii Kolomoiets <andreyk.mad@gmail.com> writes:
> tsuucat <tsuucat@icloud.com> writes:
>> macOS’s 'Command-Left/Right Arrow’ is not same as 'Control-A/E'.
>> Why not use beginning-of-visual-line/end-of-visual-line?
> Isn't the visual-line-mode designed for this?
> I see two issues with binding s-<right> to end-of-visual-line:
> 1. emacs -Q
> 2. M-: (set-frame-width nil 50)
> 3. M-<
> 4. M-x end-of-visual-line
> The point moved to the beginning of the next visual line
> 5. M-<
> 6. M-x toggle-truncate-lines
> 7. M-x end-of-visual-line
> The point is not moved to the end of the line.  Other macos apps will
> move point to the end of the line.

I confirmed M-x end-of-visual-line behaves differently with visual-line-mode
enabled than it does with visual-line-mode disabled (= end-of-visual-line is
intended with visual-line-mode enabled).

So Emacs doesn’t provide macOS 'Command-Left/Right Arrow’ equivalent
commands but using move-(beginning|end)-of-line is the most suitable choice.

Sorry for the noise. 🙇

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