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Re: some more work on org tables



Raman,

Is there an alternative way to bind keys so they are available in
org-mode and not globally?

Or are you expecting the user to define their own additions to
org-mode-map?



Kind regards

Bart

raman <raman@google.com> writes:

> Hi Peter,
>
>  I applied your patch with a few changes:
>
> Other than a couple of minor elisp style changes  here is what I did:
>
> 1. Incorporated your additional function to org-table mode  in
> emacspeak-org while we wait for org to incorporate it.
>
> 2. Deleted the key-binding of the various table  speaking commands  that
> your patch had in it -- note that binding 
> "C-e <x>" in the org-mode map will not limit that binding to org-mode --
> it becomes global because C-e is a prefix keymap. The  result of what
> your code tries to do is that those bindings then become effective
> everywhere which is not a good thing.
>
>
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