Samuel Wales writes:
> recent versions of maint and probably master have nil instead of
> current time in org-today.
> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument number-or-marker-p nil)
> time-subtract(nil (0 0 0))
> (message "org today is %s" (org-today))
Nicolas Goaziou writes:
> stardiviner writes:
>> Oh, sorry, seems yes.
> OK. A couple of comments if you don't mind.
>> +(defcustom org-drill-pronounce-command ""
>> + "Org-drill pronounce command."
>> + :type 'string
>> + :safe #'stringp
>> + :group 'org-drill)
> This is
recent versions of maint and probably master have nil instead of
current time in org-today.
Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument number-or-marker-p nil)
time-subtract(nil (0 0 0))
(message "org today is %s" (org-today))
(time-subtract nil (list 0 (* 3600
sounds like a reasonable fix.
Hi Nicolas and all,
@Nicolas: Thanks for org-num-mode.
> A few weeks ago, I posted on this ML a proof of concept about dynamic
> numbering of headlines in an Org buffer. Since then, I worked on it more
> seriously, improved it, and threw in some features. Here is an excerpt
> of its commentary
One way is through a filter. In the filter function you get an info
argument that contains the information you want. I hacked this together and
it does add a tooltip to the link, but it is not elegant or obvious, and it
does not do any checking for the type of link, whether an attr exists, etc.
I just noticed a place where it would be appropriate to use
regexp-opt instead of doing:
(concat ":\\(" (mapconcat 'car value "\\|") "\\):"
regexp-opt promises to be more efficient.
>From 2a70a709dcbdb1ff7d00b20de8410935d725ac70 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
Sorry, the quotation of the file content beamer-fr.org missed. Here is:
#+OPTIONS: H:2 toc:nil author:t
I am using scimax from John Kitchin [[https://github.com/jkitchin/scimax
]]and I recommend it to you warmly.
In my /user/user.el, here is what is about beamer :
I have a custom function for exporting image links in org-mode (I have my
html exported to the parent folder of my .org files, and I just want to
keep one copy of the image files).
How can I get the "attr_html" of the link for a custom
org-set-link-parameters function? As far as I can tell,
Nicolas Goaziou writes:
> cesar mena writes:
>> Nicolas Goaziou writes:
>>> However, we still need to move forward. So, I suggest to revert the
>>> change about inactive timestamps. Inactive timestamps cannot be
>>> repeated. This is less disruptive than the current
Dear org-mode community,
I'm a noob, started using org-mode about probably only 9 months ago.
However, I'd say my latex knowledge is intermediate, so that helps.
I followed some of the instruction in
order to get dual
is there some configuration setting where empty lines in lists get folded?
Here is what I would like to have.
List item 1 with some text and an empty line at the end to separate the
text from List item 2
- List item 1
Text on first line
Text on second line
- List item 2
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