bug#33102: 26.1, emacs-mac 7.2; *Newsticker List* frame's SPC does not next page as expected

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bug#33102: 26.1, emacs-mac 7.2; *Newsticker List* frame's SPC does not next page as expected

VanL
Hello,

I have two frames:

 1. has Newsticker in treeview having three windows
 2. has one window for the *Newsticker List*

I expect the SPC (spacebar) to page down for frame 2. in the above.

It doesn’t. I believe SPC should map to newsticker-listview-next-page.

C-h k RET SPC ; in *Newsticker List* buffer window with only one frame shows:

— quote
SPC runs the command newsticker-treeview-next-page (found in
newsticker-treeview-list-mode-map), which is an interactive compiled
Lisp function in ‘newst-treeview.el’.

It is bound to SPC.

(newsticker-treeview-next-page)

Scroll item buffer.

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bug#33102: 26.1, emacs-mac 7.2; *Newsticker List* frame's SPC does not next page as expected

Lars Ingebrigtsen
Van L <[hidden email]> writes:

> I have two frames:
>
>  1. has Newsticker in treeview having three windows
>  2. has one window for the *Newsticker List*
>
> I expect the SPC (spacebar) to page down for frame 2. in the above.
>
> It doesn’t. I believe SPC should map to newsticker-listview-next-page.
>
> C-h k RET SPC ; in *Newsticker List* buffer window with only one frame shows:
>
> — quote
> SPC runs the command newsticker-treeview-next-page (found in
> newsticker-treeview-list-mode-map), which is an interactive compiled
> Lisp function in ‘newst-treeview.el’.
>
> It is bound to SPC.
>
> (newsticker-treeview-next-page)

I don't use newsticker, so do you have a recipe for how to reproduce
this bug, starting from "emacs -Q"?

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bug#33102: 26.1, emacs-mac 7.2; *Newsticker List* frame's SPC does not next page as expected

VanL

> On 10 Jul 2019, at 23:48, Lars Ingebrigtsen <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> I don't use newsticker, so do you have a recipe for how to reproduce
> this bug, starting from "emacs -Q"?

After I got used to gnus I stopped using newsticker.

May I suggest for uniformity that

  b pages-back and
  SPC pages-forward

when the buffer is for reading.  

The two keys left and right of 'b can do what is intuitive in mainly reading-mode.  If memory serves, Capt. Picard in Star Trek is using in the faroff future a keyboard with SPC and 5-keys above it, only.


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bug#33102: 26.1, emacs-mac 7.2; *Newsticker List* frame's SPC does not next page as expected

Lars Ingebrigtsen
VanL <[hidden email]> writes:

>> On 10 Jul 2019, at 23:48, Lars Ingebrigtsen <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> I don't use newsticker, so do you have a recipe for how to reproduce
>> this bug, starting from "emacs -Q"?
>
> After I got used to gnus I stopped using newsticker.

I guess `M-x newsticker-show-news' is how to reproduce?

> May I suggest for uniformity that
>
>   b pages-back and
>   SPC pages-forward
>
> when the buffer is for reading.  
>
> The two keys left and right of 'b can do what is intuitive in mainly
> reading-mode.  If memory serves, Capt. Picard in Star Trek is using in
> the faroff future a keyboard with SPC and 5-keys above it, only.

SPC in the Newsticker List window scrolls the Newsticker Item window,
which seems like a natural thing to do (and is the same that Gnus
summary buffer does).

Or did you mean something else?

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bug#33102: 26.1, emacs-mac 7.2; *Newsticker List* frame's SPC does not next page as expected

VanL

> On 11 Jul 2019, at 00:28, Lars Ingebrigtsen <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> SPC in the Newsticker List window scrolls the Newsticker Item window,
> which seems like a natural thing to do (and is the same that Gnus
> summary buffer does).
>
> Or did you mean something else?

I try to get used to that natural thing to do.

Yes, I might've been thrown by the 'side-effect' page-down in the next buffer without focus on the item-buffer.

I tried the following setting to allow page down in the summary buffer, directly.

--8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---
(add-hook 'gnus-summary-mode-hook
          (lambda ()
            (define-key gnus-summary-mode-map
              (kbd "<SPC>") 'scroll-up-command)))

--8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8---





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bug#33102: 26.1, emacs-mac 7.2; *Newsticker List* frame's SPC does not next page as expected

Lars Ingebrigtsen
VanL <[hidden email]> writes:

>> On 11 Jul 2019, at 00:28, Lars Ingebrigtsen <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>
>> SPC in the Newsticker List window scrolls the Newsticker Item window,
>> which seems like a natural thing to do (and is the same that Gnus
>> summary buffer does).
>>
>> Or did you mean something else?
>
> I try to get used to that natural thing to do.
>
> Yes, I might've been thrown by the 'side-effect' page-down in the next
> buffer without focus on the item-buffer.

I think this works as designed, so I'm closing this bug report.

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