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Re: Finding packages to enable by default

From: Tak Kunihiro
Subject: Re: Finding packages to enable by default
Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2014 21:43:30 +0900 (JST)

>>>>> | winner-mode                                      |      35 |
>>>> If we can come up with good keybindings, then we can indeed enable it
>>>> by default.
>>>`C-x C-left' switches to the previous buffer, so similarly
>>>`C-x M-left' could switch to the previous window configuration.
>>>Also in browser's UI `M-left' switches to the previous page
>>>(roughly corresponding to the window configuration).
>> When point is on a window with buffer that cannot be edited, many
>> modes such like dired make `q' close the window.  The winner-dwim does
>> similar regardless where the point is.  Thus I propose `C-x q' or
>> `C-q' although they are taken.
> I suppose you mean using `C-x q' to quit window, and `C-u C-x q'
> to "un-quit", but with bindings to `winner-undo' and `winner-redo'.
> In bug#13167 we considered binding `C-x q' to `quit-window' itself
> because `winner-undo' is quite different from `quit-window' that
> doesn't not necessarily restore the previous window configuration,
> so `winner-undo' and `quit-window' require different key bindings.

Thank you to scoop what I meant.

How about `C-x C-_' or `C-x _' for "winner-undo" analogous to `C-_'
for "undo"?

I think that `C-x C-0' for "text-scale-adjust" has a nice interface
that accepts `+' or `-' after initiation.  Analogous to that, after
initiation, `_' or `-' can be assigned to "winner-undo" and `=' or `+'
for "winner-undo".

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