I found this bug today, and checked in the fix. It's amazing how annoying
these little things can be.
Also, I've found that I do not like how the smart home key works. So now
(in the latest CVS version), when you hit Home once, it goes to the real
home position, and when you hit it again, it goes to the indentation point.
I've found that I like smart backspace, but I don't like that it doesn't
match what the space key does. I tried making the space key "smart", but
it causes too many problems, so instead the tab key is smart (it indents by
istep, indentc when cursor is at indentation point). I'll probably make a
few more adjustments to this.
Koblinger Egmont <egmont@...> wrote:
>If the cursor stands beyond the end of the file (e.g. the file properly
>ends in a newline, and you walk to the right on a previous line, then
>press 'down' as many times as possible), then here the 'right arrow' key
>doesn't do anything in 3.0. In 2.9.8 it jumped back (to the left) to the
>end of the file, just as the End key does.
>Is this behavior intentional? I preferred the way 2.9.8 worked.