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I don't think there's a way to undo a key when entering a sequence of keys. Usually one would enter C-g to (keyboard-quit) and reenter the sequence because sequences are typically short. Documentation for keyboard-quit: Signal a quit condition. During execution of Lisp code, this character causes a quit directly. At top-level, as an editor command, this ...


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You could add dired-mode and ranger mode to variable "evil-emacs-state-modes": (add-to-list 'evil-emacs-state-modes 'dired-mode)


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Now I get the idea, C-i is the same thing as TAB character so binding it to a function is a little tricky. this anwer worked for me. Here's the new config: (define-key input-decode-map (kbd "C-i") (kbd "H-i")) (define-key evil-visual-state-map (kbd "H-i") 'evil-insert-into-lines)


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Spacemacs has a variable to turn on/off translation of C-i under GUI emacs. Perhaps you could try these lines or look for if doom emacs has similar feature provided. Relevant Code


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In your doom init.el file you need to enable format +onsave in the :editor section. See the snippet below or look at the example init.el (with format +onsave disabled) on the doom emacs git repo :editor (evil +everywhere); come to the dark side, we have cookies file-templates ; auto-snippets for empty files fold ; (nigh) ...


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