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Re: [O] Problem jumping back & forth between foonote ref and def with 'C
Alain . Cochard
Re: [O] Problem jumping back & forth between foonote ref and def with 'C-c C-c'
Wed, 29 Aug 2018 17:51:19 +0200
Nicolas Goaziou writes on Tue 21 Aug 2018 20:13:
> > Now, I visit a file which contains only
> > * head
> > foo[fn:1] bar
> > * Footnotes
> > [fn:1] tnote
> > If the cursor is anywhere within the 1st instance of '[fn:1] ' (that
> > is, including the space) and I type 'C-c C-c' the cursor ends up on
> > the 1st letter of 'tnote'.
> > I am not sure if this corresponds to what the manual says but, if I
> > type 'C-c C-c' again, I get
> > user-error: `C-c C-c' can do nothing useful here
> > i.e., I don't "jump back."
> As strange as it may sound, I think [this is] correct.
> In 9.1, Org puts point at the location where you can start to edit
> the definition right away. If you want to "jump back", you can use
> the Org mark ring, or simply move backward -- a single character is
> enough but you can also move to the beginning of the line -- and
> use `C-c C-c' again.
Hello again. What I did not notice earlier is that, while performing
`C-c C-c' on the first instance of '[fn:1]' -- which results in the
point being put on the 1st letter of 'tnote' --, the minibuffer
displays the following message:
Edit definition and go back with `C-c &' or, if unique, with `C-c
So it seems to me that if the behavior is correct, then the message is
inconsistent (`C-c C-c' does not go/jump back).
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