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How do I resolve keybinding conflict? Or if it's possible to have precedence of keybindings for the same key for different functions?

I have the following snippet definition, in org-mode:

#+name:${2:name}
#+begin_src ${1:lang}
$0 $2
#+end_src

It expands to the following:

#+name:name
#+begin_src lang
 name
#+end_src

text-wise, it looks correct. But after the expansion, the fields of variable substitution are not highlighted for substitution. I cannot use TAB to update the name and lang, instead TAB would fold the expanded snippet as shown below:

#+name:name
#+begin_src lang...

It triggers function org-cycle as the cursor is just on the line of #+name:

Would it be possible to let the keybindings of TAB for snippet field substitution have higher precedence over org-cycle, so that when it's possible for snippet field substitution, then TAB will do the snippet field substitution, otherwise the ordinary org-cycle in this case?

I also welcome any other solution to make this snippet work in org-mode.

  • What is snippet field substitution? (What is the command? Which library provides it?) – phils Jul 13 at 2:35
  • The package is snippet. But I don't know the function exact for snippet field substitution. I mean the function that is supposed to be triggered by the 2nd key press TAB , when the first key press TAB to trigger snippet expansion. The 2nd is supposed to trigger the field substitution. – Yu Shen Jul 13 at 4:47
  • Ask Emacs. Use C-h k TAB to learn which command is bound to TAB. – phils Jul 13 at 9:29

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