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Re: project prefix and mark-page

From: Bozhidar Batsov
Subject: Re: project prefix and mark-page
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2021 12:20:28 +0300
User-agent: Cyrus-JMAP/3.5.0-alpha0-539-g8589ead45b-fm-20210721.001-g8589ead4

You bring up a valid point, but I think it's not prudent to mess with established keybindings (even if few people are using those). Given how few options we have in the global keymap, I guess we were quite lucky that `C-x p` was available in the first place. 

I think a simple solution for you would be to just rebind `C-x C-p` (I assume you don't need it) or add local bindings `C-c p`  and `C-c C-p`. I'm a big fan of such "symmetric" keybindings and I use them all the time.

On Wed, Jul 21, 2021, at 10:49 AM, Manuel Uberti wrote:

since this is more of a curiosity than a bug report I am asking it here.

I heavily rely on project.el so many of my daily Emacs interactions start with 
C-x p. However, if I do not release CTRL quick enough before hitting p I end up 
with C-x C-p, which is bound to mark-page.

Now, after C-x p I usually hit p to select a project or f to find a file in the 
current project. So it often happens that by mistake I hit C-x C-p p or C-x C-p 
f, which is not what I was after.

To avoid this, I disabled C-x C-p in my configuration since I never use it. But 
I was wondering: is this a "problem" only for me or are C-x p and C-x C-p too 
close to be bound to such different commands?

Thank you

Manuel Uberti

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