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Re: [O] Outline cycling does not preserve point's position

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] Outline cycling does not preserve point's position
Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2013 21:52:43 +0200

Jambunathan K <address@hidden> writes:

> Nicolas Goaziou <address@hidden> writes:
>> Thanks. Take 2:
> Looks good.  Less surprises.  Some open questions...  I have no
> preference one way or the other.
> 1. Seems to like beginning of line.  May be it should do a
>    back-to-indentation.  It is disconcerting to have cursor rest on
>    margins.  It should actively rest on the "active" content.

Beginning of line is better for killing and yanking. Also, it's easy to
move back to indentation with M-m.

> 2. Goes through the table row by row.  I thought the tables are escaped
>    altogether!

This is not the case anymore in the new version (see my answer to
Suvayu Ali).

> 3. In the example below, the cursor stops at #+caption, but not #+name
>    It also stops at ./org-mode-unicorn.png.  

Affiliated keywords are skipped altogether.
>    But it doesn't stop at the beginning of \begin{equation*}.  It should
>    stop at first line of "content" for consistency.


>    Should it stop at each line of "#+"?

Not each line starting with "#+" is an element.

> 4. Put the cursor in a table cell and C-Down and I get "This shouldn't
>    happen".  But if I am within a table.el table cell, the table is
>    escaped.

This shouldn't happen (anymore).

> 5. The only exception to "I like bol" is while visiting footnotes where
>    the cursor skips past the label in to content.  Should the cursor
>    make a stop at description term and description defintion.

I removed that exception. It should behave like lists there.


Nicolas Goaziou

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