You might want more than a few ways to “return” when inside of Org; I did.
org-return-indent: Make it really easy to work in existing list items, headings, and tables
- This is listed first because I often go back to modify entries
- <return> because it is used the most
org-meta-return: Make it really easy to add new list items, headings, and table contents
- M-<return> because the binding comes with Org
electric-indent-just-newline: For when I want to break out of the default Org indentation to start working at the beginning of the line for example when I’m done working in a list or have just created a new heading
C-M-<return> because it is next step “lower” in the binding
This: When I want to insert a new line between the current and next line then position the cursor correctly indented at the start of it.
(defun help/smart-open-line () "Insert a new line, indent it, and move the cursor there. This behavior is different then the typical function bound to return which may be `open-line' or `newline-and-indent'. When you call with the cursor between ^ and $, the contents of the line to the right of it will be moved to the newly inserted line. This function will not do that. The current line is left alone, a new line is inserted, indented, and the cursor is moved there. Attribution: URL `http://emacsredux.com/blog/2013/03/26/smarter-open-line/'" (interactive) (move-end-of-line nil) (newline-and-indent))
s-<returnbecause it is that is the last place in the modifier key chain
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Now you’re just spewing random letters.
We’ll have dinner, discuss it, and everything will make sense.
Grant Rettke: Handling 4 Kinds of Return in Org Mode http://t.co/KAAgLQKbJy
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