I have discovered that a recent update to some of my emacs packages have caused
C-x C-f while on a dired file to perform some operation on the entire file before prompting me for other files/directories.
I know that I need to track down what is causing this issue, but in the meantime, is there a way I can tell dired to ignore the current file-at-point when invoking
C-x C-f in a dired buffer?
I frequently invoke this in a dired buffer containing videos around 500mb-1gb, and even with
(setq debug-on-quit t) I cannot interrupt the process after hitting
C-x C-f, emacs simply spins at 100% cpu for a few minutes until the ido prompt comes up.