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Not that I know of, but Org mode provides the ingredients to roll your own easily: (defun org-table-goto-beginning () (interactive) (goto-char (org-table-begin))) (defun org-table-goto-end () (interactive) (goto-char (org-table-end))) (define-key org-mode-map (kbd "C-c t b") #'org-table-goto-beginning) (define-key org-mode-map (kbd &...


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The culprit turned out to be popwin. I fixed it with M-x customize-group RET popwin RET and removing compilation-mode from the "Popwin Special Display Config" list.


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Try this: (defun revert-spacemacs-C-g-doing (func &rest r) "Revert rebind of `keyboard-quit' from calling `pupo/after-display'" (apply func r) (global-set-key [remap keyboard-quit] nil)) (advice-add 'pupo/after-display :around 'revert-spacemacs-C-g-doing)


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I found that upgrading the project.el package to 0.5.3 fixes the binding problem. To do this I first had to fix the GNU TLS algorithm priority as described in this Emacs Stack Exchange answer. Once this was added I could successfully load the GNU ELPA package list and upgrade to the latest project.el package. With the 0.5.3 version I can use (require '...


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If I understand you correctly, most importantly, you would like <tab> to work as <escape> in various "evil states". With emacs, the way I see it, you are offered with more freedom than merely "switching" these two key strokes. To rebind <tab> for common evil states, you can first checkout with C-h k <escape> while ...


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