Achim Gratz <> writes:
> Commit 00040e7 by David Maus has introduced a regression when inserting
> into org tables while overwrite mode is on.  For each character inserted
> into a table cell, the cell (and the whole table row) gets shortened by
> one character.
> If the change can not be reverted, the deletion must not
> happen when overwrite mode is on, maybe through something like this:
>       (if (not overwrite-mode) (delete-char -1))
> Emacs24 actually does not have the doc string that admonishes not to use
> the function delete-backward-char in non-interactive mode, so the point
> of the commit may actually be moot (although neither the doc string of
> delete-char nor delete-backward char make much mention of overwrite
> mode).  Interestingly, even though I am inside the table,
> org-self-insert-command gets called and not orgtbl-self-insert-command,
> so I can't really say if both changes would need to be fixed in the same
> way.
> Additionally, it appears that the implementation and the doc string for
> orgtbl-self-insert-command don't match, there doesn't seem to be any use
> of overwrite mode in its implementation.


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