Hi Nicolas, org-mode users and developers, * Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> [13. Okt. 2016]: > Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> writes: >> My understanding of the problem is that when link fontification is >> turned on, it is impossible to tell between the two marked positions >> when point is in in a link like: >> >> [[http://google.com][Search]] >> ^ ^ >> >> My suggestion is that we solve the problem in a different way: by >> changing the color of the cursor when the text is inside the link. >> So, the cursor would be the default grey color at the first ^ above, >> and red at the second ^? (Of course, the color we use for the cursor >> in links could be changed by customization). It looks like such an >> effect is achievable by combining the cursor-sensor-functions text >> property with set-cursor-color. >> >> WDYT? > > That would only partly solve the problem. Cursor's color would tell you > where you are, but the dance (e.g., C-a or backward-forward) is still > needed to effectively move to the other side.
But this is a cursor movment problem then. How about org-beginning-of-link, org-end-of-link (this already works with org-next-link as some kind of a substitute of org-beginning-of-link)? Ciao, Gregor -- -... --- .-. . -.. ..--.. ...-.-