Francesco, I reported this on September 2nd too. Hitting C-c C-c inside the table fixes the formatting. Also moving to a position inside the table and doing: M-x org-table-align fixes the formatting. Hence I tried to create a new formatter function in order to re-align after writing the table:
(defun my-formatter( ipos tables params ) (progn (org-clocktable-write-default ipos tables params) (forward-line 2) (org-table-align) ) ) and install this as the formatter, but it didn't help. If it would have helped, I could have fixed the default table-writer by adding (org-table-align). Anyone an idea? regards, Joost Helberg >>>>> "Francesco" == Francesco Pizzolante <f...@missioncriticalit.com> writes: > From: Francesco Pizzolante <f...@missioncriticalit.com> > To: mailing-list-org-mode <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Subject: [O] [bug] Alignment bug in clock tables > Date: 2014-10-02T17:41:07+0200 > Hi, > I'm having an alignment issue in clock tables, both in the agenda and in > dynamic blocks. > By default, \emsp is displayed in clock tables for level 2 (or above) to > indent headings. To avoid that, I set the variable `org-pretty-entities' > to t, and in this case the alignment of the table is broken when you > regenerate it. > I currently see no solution if I want correct alignment in clock tables > without seeing \emsp. > Any idea how to achieve that? > Here's a small screen capture that shows the issue: > http://screencast.com/t/qpmxDV8R543G > Thanks. > Francesco -- Snow B.V.