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bug #5228: C-e moves to next line instead of going to the end of a line

Submitted by:  John Sullivan <johnsu01>
Submitted on:  Thu 09 Feb 2006 04:15:27 AM UTC  
 
Category: museSeverity: 3 - Normal
Priority: 1 - LaterStatus: None
Privacy: PublicAssigned to: None
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Fri 12 May 2006 04:50:57 AM UTC, comment #1:

I'm noticing something similar, but with hitting C-e when some emphasized text is near the end.

Michael Olson <mwolson>
Project Administrator
Thu 09 Feb 2006 04:15:27 AM UTC, original submission:

Emacs version 22.0.50.1 (Debian emacs-snapshot-gtk), Muse main branch.

When I have a line that is a link like:

[[BlogProject]]

(but fontified) and I move up to the line from the line below it, so that point is at the end of the line with the link, and hit C-e, instead of going to the end of the line (or staying where it already is, at the end of the line), it moves to the start of the next line.

The reason I hit C-e in this instance is because I've run into other troubles, like when I hit return, it follows the link instead of going to the next line. It's always hard to tell whether point is actually after the link or not.

John Sullivan <johnsu01>
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