Sometime recently emacs started making me hit
C-g twice to quit a minibuffer prompt and I can't figure out how or why it's doing this.
What happens is I start a minibuffer command -- say,
C-x C-f -- and then hit
C-g to quit. Emacs then appends "
[Quit] to the end of the minibuffer prompt, and doing
C-g quits as expected.
[Quit] that strikes me. I think that's related to some package I tried, but I don't see anything in my configuration.
I'm using emacs 27.1 on Windows.
There are several seemingly-related questions to this --
- Why do some commands terminate when leaving the minibuffer (isearch) while others don't (find-file)?
- C-g has stopped breaking out of commands like `C-x C-f` and `M-x` in graphical emacs-25
- Need double c-g to quit from a minibuffer
...but they seem to be about Linux, or GTK, or something else.
What package or configuration might cause this behavior?