Hi, Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> writes:
> Thierry Banel <tbanelweb...@free.fr> writes: > >> I'm not sure I understand the /structure/ argument. (Is structure >> about hiding blocks? Parsing org docs?). >> >> Nicolas, you have worked a lot on this topic (org-element, new drawer >>syntax). May be you could elaborate on this. > > M-RET, C-RET are the major mean to insert headlines (the structure of > the document) and items, which are very important features. I'm pretty > sure these bindings are in muscle memory of many Org users. Asking them > to take into account context before using M-RET is a big downside. > I think, on the contrary, that it should do its job without exception. I don't find it complicated at all. . . It's DWIM! >> We already have M-RET for splitting a table cell >> (org-table-wrap-region). Should this feature be remapped to some other >> key-binding? > > Binding `org-table-wrap-region' to an important keybinding such as M-RET > is wrong IMO. Anyway, that's not the subject here, which is to avoid > adding more clutter to M-RET. Let's not make it another C-c C-c. The fact that `org-table-wrap-region' is bound to M-RET is the reason I'd bind `org-insert-keyword' to M-RET. . . Anyway, do we have /another/ key that these two functions could be migrated to? Cheers, Rasmus -- And I faced endless streams of vendor-approved Ikea furniture. . .