scrolling bug; fall-through keys
dnquark at gmail.com
Wed Jan 11 00:04:14 CET 2012
I find that evil-previous-line doesn't behave well with
(http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/SmoothScrolling). That is, if
you press "k", when the cursor reaches the top of the window, a new
page will appear. It should stop at e.g. 5 lines before window edge
and smoothly scroll the text. evil-next-line works as it is supposed
to, so I suspect this is a bug of some sort.
The second issue I've been wondering about is the following: in my
config, I have 14 lines that make sure that <return> in a particular
mode does what it was originally bound to, e.g.
(evil-declare-key 'motion completion-list-mode-map (kbd "<return>")
(evil-declare-key 'motion completion-list-mode-map "RET" 'choose-completion)
(evil-declare-key 'motion browse-kill-ring-mode-map (kbd "<return>")
(evil-declare-key 'motion browse-kill-ring-mode-map "RET"
Is there a better way to make sure that <return> always falls through
to the current mode's binding, instead of evil-ret?
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