Bastien wrote: > Christopher Schmidt <christop...@ch.ristopher.com> writes: >> Nicolas Goaziou <n.goaz...@gmail.com> writes: >>> Igor Sosa Mayor <joseleopoldo1...@gmail.com> writes: >>> >>>> Thanks Nicolas. At least, I dont feel alone anymore... Is there any >>>> chance this getting fixed somehow? I used to use it very often in my >>>> emails and I miss it. >>> >>> I miss it, too. >>> >>> I didn't follow recent changes to orgstruct-mode, so I cannot help >>> here. I hope that someone more knowledgeable than I am will jump in. >> >> orgstruct(++)-mode used to set auto-fill-function to >> 'org-auto-fill-function. This behaviour is too intrusive so we removed >> it. You either need to indent secondary lines by hand or set >> auto-fill-function back to org-auto-fill-function. > > I don't remember why it was too intrusive, it worked fine for me. > >> orgstruct++'s hijacker of org-insert-heading-respect-content did not >> respect item bodies. I fixed this in master a few minutes ago. > > I just tried with orgstruct-mode and I still have the problem. > > With orgstruct++-mode, M-RET on the second line of an item inserts an > item correctly, but there is another problem (also for orgstruct-mode): > M-RET on the first line of a two-lines item will insert the new item in > the middle of the item... > > Thanks for taking care of this!
I also have the problems that, when writing itemized lists in emails, the minor mode takes the "- " as a line prefix, and does repeat it over each line, something such as: - this is a long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, long, really long, - very long item. ^ ^ This one has been inserted automatically, unlike the behavior we had before. Best regards, Seb -- Sebastien Vauban