Hi everybody

Is this possible?

** headline      <-- not exported
   :PROPERTIES:  <-- not exported
   Some content. <-- exported

The reason is that I use to finely pre-structure articles, starting with
org-brain and gradually developing each node into a paragraph of the
article. So basically each argumentative or informative block is an
individual org-node. In this way paragraphs of the article can be kept
mobile during the writing process and they can easily be moved when I
decide to restructure the text.

In a LaTeX export of the draft, each node-name is, of course,
interpreted as a section/subsection title, leaving me with dozens of
headlines for a 10-paper draft. Very disturbing while
proof-reading. This is why I'm looking for a way to exclude the
headlines from the export. They should be interpreted as a blank line,
so that LaTeX simply makes a new paragraph.

It would be even better if the node names can be converted to margin
text instead of completely hiding them. This would be a great
orientation help without distracting the reading flow.

Thanks for ideas,


Sven Bretfeld
Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
NTNU Trondheim

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