Eric S Fraga <e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk> writes: > Leo Alekseyev <dnqu...@gmail.com> writes: > >> I often edit my org-babel code blocks via org-edit-special (C-'), in >> part because I find the tabbing behavior within the code blocks to be >> somewhat flaky. Inevitably, when editing the code block I will press >> C-x C-s (muscle memory). This causes all sorts of annoying >> consequences: the buffer with the code block gets buried, window > > [...] > > What version of org are you using? I ask because I used to experience > the annoyance you describe a while back; more recently (since at least a > few months ago), hitting C-x C-s no longer has any negative impact: it > saves the file, or at least appears to. > > You still have to C-c ' to get back to the full buffer, mind you, but > that's better, IMO, than changing the behaviour of such a fundamental > key binding as C-x C-s.
I am not sure, I understand this. I do also experience the same behaviour as the OP since some time (weeks, I guess). Hitting C-x C-s in the org-edit-special buffer still saves the org file, but the org-edit-special buffer gets buried. Cheers, Andreas