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I take notes with org-mode and abbrev-mode. Normally pressing SPC or RET leads to any abbreviations at point expanding before the edit is made.

This doesn't happen when I use C-RET (org-insert-heading-respect-content) or M-RET (org-meta-return). Is there a way to make this happen simpler than advising those functions?

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A solution with advice is:

(defun expand-abbrev-eat-args (&rest args)
  "Call `expand-abbrev', ignoring ARGS."
  (expand-abbrev))
(advice-add 'org-insert-heading :before #'expand-abbrev-eat-args)
(advice-add 'org-table-wrap-region :before #'expand-abbrev-eat-args)
(advice-add 'org-insert-item :before #'expand-abbrev-eat-args)
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Adding this in your init.el should do the trick:

(advice-add 'org-meta-return :before #'expand-abbrev)
(advice-add 'org-meta-return :before #'org-insert-heading-respect-content)
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  • Thanks! I tried this out and it misses some corner cases (not purely M-RET, such as a universal prefix argument or C-RET) that advising 'org-insert-heading instead gets. – Michael Hoffman Jan 6 at 2:06

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