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[O] BUG: clicking on timestamp destroys buffer ordering and point

From: Samuel Wales
Subject: [O] BUG: clicking on timestamp destroys buffer ordering and point
Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2013 13:32:25 -0700

I like the feature where you can RET or click on a timestamp.
Recently in git master, it changes the buffer list so that the buffer
you are in is off in some random location.  You cannot get back to it
with next-buffer.

I bind this to a function key and operate in full screen (I never
split windows).  It is my primary means of buffer navigation.  Almost
all of Emacs will get you to the buffer you were just in if you do
next-buffer, and back again with previous-buffer.  Thus, it is sort of
like a back command in a browser.  This is true for almost any
buffer-creating command like org-agenda.  (I don't use the click on
timestamp feature that much, but it would be nice if it worked this
way also, and the fact that it does not might indicate that other
areas of Org might not, now or in the future, so this is a bug report
intended to prevent future bugs more than a critical current need.)

Also, I noticed that point in the original buffer gets placed at bob.
IMO it should stay where it was.



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