A few shared suffix commands are available in all transients. These suffix commands are not shown in the popup buffer by default.
This includes the aborting commands mentioned in the previous section, as well as some other commands that are all bound to C-x KEY. After C-x is pressed, a section featuring all these common commands is temporarily shown in the popup buffer. After invoking one of them, the section disappears again. Note, however, that one of these commands is described as “Show common permanently”; invoke that if you want the common commands to always be shown for all transients.
This command toggles whether the generic commands that are common to all transients are always displayed or only after typing the incomplete prefix key sequence C-x. This only affects the current Emacs session.
This option controls whether shared suffix commands are shown alongside the transient-specific infix and suffix commands. By default, the shared commands are not shown to avoid overwhelming the user with too many options.
While a transient is active, pressing C-x always shows the common commands. The value of this option can be changed for the current Emacs session by typing C-x t while a transient is active.
The other common commands are described in either the previous or in one of the following sections.
Some of Transient’s key bindings differ from the respective bindings of Magit-Popup; see FAQ for more information.