Marcus Zibrowius <marcus.zibrow...@hhu.de> writes:
> In this version, visibility cycling does not work as expected. Consider
> the following three-line example file:
> * a
> ** b
> ** c
> Consider the following sequence of commands:
> 1. Place cursor on the letter b.
> 2. In the menu, choose Org > Refresh/Reload > Refresh setup current
Note that you are leaving, on purpose, point in an invisible part of the
> (I do not know how to access this command directly).
> 3. Press TAB on your keyboard.
> If I do this in org-mode 8.3.6, my buffer looks as follows:
> * a
> ** b
> In this minimalistic example, pressing TAB once more will bring back the
> line with the c, but in more complex examples, some parts of the buffer
> seem to "get lost". Moreover, I often find my files garbled like this
> when I open them from the agenda.
You can reveal text around point with C-c C-r (or even C-u C-c C-r). See
`org-reveal' for details.
By the way, Org 9.0 (yet to be released) contains a variable to control
this: `org-show-context-detail'. You may want to update Org.
> If I apply the above sequence of commands using my built-in org-mode
> 7.9.3, everything is fine.
I can reproduce the same with Org 7.9.3.