Re: [O] Problem exporting to PDF (and viewing)

2012-05-12 Thread Jude DaShiell
Why not search at http://tv.adobe.com/ for strings of interest to see for example if adobe knows anything about bash that may be useful? Other people have found things useful for increasing adobe documents accessibility using that url. On Fri, 11 May 2012, Richard Stanton wrote: Using

Re: [O] Babel, gnuplot, post processing

2012-05-12 Thread Eric Fraga
skip scp0...@gmail.com writes: How can I perform post processing on eps files produced by gnuplot source blocks? I want to take out the extra white space margins in the eps file by running eps2eps utility on the eps file produced by gnuplot. The easiest solution (although maybe not the most

Re: [O] Problem exporting to PDF (and viewing)

2012-05-12 Thread Jonathan Leech-Pepin
I suspect you should be able to get it to recognize C:/Program\ Files/sumatrapdf/sumatrapdf.exe. Alternately if the exe is found on your PATH (you may need to add it by hand), you should be able to manage with: (executable-find sumatrapdf.exe) which should be able to track back the path to

Re: [O] Problem exporting to PDF (and viewing)

2012-05-12 Thread Nick Dokos
Jonathan Leech-Pepin jonathan.leechpe...@gmail.com wrote: I suspect you should be able to get it to recognize C:/Program\ Files/sumatrapdf/sumatrapdf.exe. Alternately if the exe is found on your PATH (you may need to add it by hand), you should be able to manage with:

[O] Using Org for a dissertation

2012-05-12 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi all, I am a graduate student in philosophy, and I am about to begin writing my dissertation. I am wondering about whether I should write it in Org, or stick to plain LaTeX. This question has been asked before: http://article.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/22756 But that was two years ago;

Re: [O] Using Org for a dissertation

2012-05-12 Thread Eric Schulte
Hi Richard, Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes: Hi all, I am a graduate student in philosophy, and I am about to begin writing my dissertation. I am wondering about whether I should write it in Org, or stick to plain LaTeX. This question has been asked before:

[O] [BUG] LaTeX-isms in tables

2012-05-12 Thread Andreas Leha
Hi all, there seems to be a bug in LaTeX tables: I can not properly export a file with 2 [\mu{}] in a table to pdf. | parameter | unit| |---+-| | some | [\mu] | Regards, Andreas

Re: [O] Using Org for a dissertation

2012-05-12 Thread Thomas S. Dye
Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes: Hi all, I am a graduate student in philosophy, and I am about to begin writing my dissertation. I am wondering about whether I should write it in Org, or stick to plain LaTeX. This question has been asked before:

Re: [O] Using Org for a dissertation

2012-05-12 Thread Peter Münster
On Sat, May 12 2012, Richard Lawrence wrote: I am a graduate student in philosophy, and I am about to begin writing my dissertation. I am wondering about whether I should write it in Org, or stick to plain LaTeX. Or in ConTeXt... Sorry, I can't answer your questions about Org-mode. I just

Re: [O] Feedback on org-collector Worg page

2012-05-12 Thread Mike McLean
On May 11, 2012, at 4:41 PM, Eric Schulte wrote: John Hendy jw.he...@gmail.com writes: I'm happy to do the updating that might come out of these comments. Eric and John I use org-collector in quite a few places in my daily setup. I can't say thank you enough for creating it (Eric) and

[O] Inline LaTeX fragments in emacs buffer

2012-05-12 Thread Dov Grobgeld
Is there any way of getting org-mode to display inline LaTeX fragments in the emacs buffer? E.g. I would like to be able to type: The size of the hypotenuse is $\sqrt{a^2+b^2}$ and then the buffer immediately shows: The size of the hypotenuse is √a²+b² where √a²+b² is a png image rendered via

Re: [O] Inline LaTeX fragments in emacs buffer

2012-05-12 Thread Daimrod
Dov Grobgeld dov.grobg...@gmail.com writes: Is there any way of getting org-mode to display inline LaTeX fragments in the emacs buffer? E.g. I would like to be able to type: The size of the hypotenuse is $\sqrt{a^2+b^2}$ and then the buffer immediately shows: The size of the hypotenuse

Re: [O] Patch: option to not hide brackets in org links

2012-05-12 Thread Sean O'Halpin
On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 9:56 AM, Paul Sexton psexton...@gmail.com wrote: Sean O'Halpin sean.ohalpin at gmail.com writes: Is that publicly available anywhere? Here you go. To use, add orgl-enable to the relevant mode-hook, eg: (add-hook 'python-mode-hook 'orgl-enable) [snip code] Thanks!

Re: [O] Problem exporting to PDF (and viewing)

2012-05-12 Thread Richard Stanton
I think the problem is in the org-mode code that interprets %s. (and how this interacts with my bash shell). This is supposed to pass the executable the fully qualified file name, but somehow it ends up passing the directory twice, which (understandably) confuses the executable. While this

Re: [O] Problem exporting to PDF (and viewing)

2012-05-12 Thread Nick Dokos
Richard Stanton stan...@haas.berkeley.edu wrote: I think the problem is in the org-mode code that interprets %s. (and how this interacts with my bash shell). This is supposed to pass the executable the fully qualified file name, but somehow it ends up passing the directory twice, which