I'm trying unbind
org-cycle-agenda-files which is set by default to
My weapon of choice to do so is use-package package.
On github.com/use-package/bind-key.el page I have found following lines:
;; To unbind a key within a keymap (for example, to stop your favorite major ;; mode from changing a binding that you don't want to override everywhere), ;; use `unbind-key': ;; ;; (unbind-key "c-c x" some-other-mode-map)
This resulted in me unsuccessfully trying following variations:
(unbind-key "C-'" ) (unbind-key "C-," ) (unbind-key "C-'" (org-cycle-agenda-files)) (unbind-key "C-," (org-cycle-agenda-files)) (bind-keys :map org-mode-map :unbind "C-'") (unbind-key "C-'" org-cycle-agenda-files)
After that fail I triyed some "traditional" solution to the problem.
(define-key (org-cycle-agenda-files) key nil) (define-key (current-global-map) "C-'" nil) (local-unset-key "C-'") (global-unset-key "C-'") (with-eval-after-load org-mode (unbind-key "C-'" org-mode-map) (unbind-key "C-," org-mode-map)) (global-set-key (kbd "C-'") 'nil)
Yep.... None these variations vorks. :D
I would love to find use-package based solution, since I'm already using some of it's awesome capabilities.
Any kind of suggestion is welcome.