Anders Johansson <mejlaandersj <at> gmail.com> writes: > > Tobias Getzner <tobias.getzner <at> gmx.de> writes: > > > > > Hello, > > > > After updating to Emacs 24.4 and org-mode 20141020, I’ve noticed that > > org-indent-mode now underindents item bodies when variable-pitch-mode is > > used. I. e., in the following document, «lorem», «ipsum», and «etc.» will > > fall successively short of the item’s respective indent level. > > > > * first > > lorem > > ** second > > ipsum > > *** third > > etc. > > > > My last working version was 20140915 on Emacs 24.3. > > > > Kind regards, > > Tobias > > > > Hi, > I'm experiencing the exact same problem. Debugging might be a little tricky > if it involves changes in both Emacs and org. > > I think the problem depends on the text-properties wrap-prefix and > line-prefix being set to a number of spaces and a number of stars, > respectively, in headlines and only spaces in body text. When variable-pitch > fonts don't have as wide stars as spaces we get a mismatch. But I don't know > how this can have worked better before. > > Doesn't anyone else use variable-pitch-mode for org and suffer from this? > > Cheers, > Anders Johansson > >
Hi again, Ok, I have tracked it down a bit. It must be due to changes in Emacs outside of org. I tried with the combination Emacs 24.3.1 and org: Org-mode version 8.2.10 (8.2.10-20-gaa65ac-elpa @ /home/aj/.emacs.d/elpa/org-20141124/) There it works. But never in 24.4, regardless of org version. How Emacs handles line-prefix and wrap-prefix must have changed in some way. I don't know if that is a bug in Emacs or something org should accommodate for though. Cheers, Anders Johansson And then it worked.