[O] renumber/resort footnotes?

2016-11-15 Thread Sharon Kimble
How can I renumber or resort my footnotes please? Something has happened to them whilst I was working in a narrowed section of my document when I created a footnote in it. Since then they are not working as they should. Thanks Sharon. -- A taste of linux = http://www.sharons.org.uk TGmeds =

Re: [O] Multiple bibliography files with ox-bibtex and html export

2016-11-15 Thread Thibault Marin
Hi, I am trying to get back to the multiple bibliography issue discussed some time ago. I have two patches proposing two slightly different approaches (from earlier suggestions): - 0001-contrib-lisp-ox-bibtex.el-org-bibtex-process-bib-fil.patch creates a new bibliography file, a

Re: [O] ditaa problems?

2016-11-15 Thread Eric S Fraga
On Tuesday, 15 Nov 2016 at 16:26, Peter Davis wrote: > I'm trying to include a ditaa diagram in a document, but the diagram is > not drawing correctly. I've attached the source file and the resulting > png. As you can see, the box around fieldGroup1 is not being drawn for > some reason. Other

Re: [O] ditaa problems?

2016-11-15 Thread Peter Davis
Eric S Fraga writes: > On Tuesday, 15 Nov 2016 at 16:26, Peter Davis wrote: >> I'm trying to include a ditaa diagram in a document, but the diagram is >> not drawing correctly. I've attached the source file and the resulting >> png. As you can see, the box around fieldGroup1

Re: [O] current, working org-protocol bookmarklet for firefox?

2016-11-15 Thread Marco Wahl
Matt Price writes: > Does anyone have a current, working org-protocol bookmarklet that will > capture webpage+document title either in store link format > > [[Document title][http://some.url]] > > or in a more complex capture template? I have tried various things > including

Re: [O] Blank lines after headline and before :PROPERTIES: etc

2016-11-15 Thread Charles Millar
Hi, On 11/09/2016 06:28 PM, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: Hello, Charles Millar writes: Is it stated anywhere in the Org manual that blank lines are not allowed after headlines or certain other elements. Quoting (info "(org) Property syntax"), Properties are key-value

[O] syncing org mobile with cable

2016-11-15 Thread Matthew Pritchard
Is it possible to sync org mobile by cable?

Re: [O] org.texi edits, patch attached

2016-11-15 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Lambda Coder writes: > Yes, see attached patch 2. Thank you. I have one last suggestion below. Also, I cannot apply it to maint branch. Could you try rebasing maint and format patch from there? > +directory} is not expanded---due to portability issues. I suggest

Re: [O] org.texi edits, patch attached

2016-11-15 Thread Lambda Coder
On Mon, Nov 14, 2016 at 11:47 PM, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > Could you send an updated patch? > > Nicolas Goaziou > Yes, see attached patch 2. --Lambda Coder. 0002-doc-org.texi-Editorial-revisions-to-the-manual.patch.gz Description: GNU Zip compressed data

[O] current, working org-protocol bookmarklet for firefox?

2016-11-15 Thread Matt Price
Does anyone have a current, working org-protocol bookmarklet that will capture webpage+document title either in store link format [[Document title][http://some.url]] or in a more complex capture template? I have tried various things including the firefox plugin and am not having a lot of

[O] ditaa problems?

2016-11-15 Thread Peter Davis
I'm trying to include a ditaa diagram in a document, but the diagram is not drawing correctly. I've attached the source file and the resulting png. As you can see, the box around fieldGroup1 is not being drawn for some reason. Other boxes appear to be correct. Any clues? Am I missing something?

Re: [O] SCHEDULED: now needs to be on 2nd line ? - Was: Re: Compact schedule time ranges no longer supported in agenda in org 9 ?

2016-11-15 Thread Marco Wahl
> ** TODO meeting > something > SCHEDULED <2016-11-15 Tue 14:00-15:00> > > won't work, but : > > ** TODO meeting > SCHEDULED <2016-11-15 Tue 14:00-15:00> > something > > works. > > Bug, feature ? This has been discussed on this list already. Please see other posts about this question on

[O] SCHEDULED: now needs to be on 2nd line ? - Was: Re: Compact schedule time ranges no longer supported in agenda in org 9 ?

2016-11-15 Thread Olivier Berger
Hi. Marco Wahl writes: > >> For long I've been using a compact form for defining scheduled tasks >> with a time range/interval as : >> >> SCHEDULED: <2016-11-14 lun. 14:00-15:00> >> >> instead of : >> >> SCHEDULED: <2016-11-14 lun. 14:00>--<2016-11-14 lun. 15:00> >> >>

Re: [O] Compact schedule time ranges no longer supported in agenda in org 9 ?

2016-11-15 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi, > For long I've been using a compact form for defining scheduled tasks > with a time range/interval as : > > SCHEDULED: <2016-11-14 lun. 14:00-15:00> > > instead of : > > SCHEDULED: <2016-11-14 lun. 14:00>--<2016-11-14 lun. 15:00> > > It seems this no longer works in org 9 as the tasks

[O] Compact schedule time ranges no longer supported in agenda in org 9 ?

2016-11-15 Thread Olivier Berger
Hi. For long I've been using a compact form for defining scheduled tasks with a time range/interval as : SCHEDULED: <2016-11-14 lun. 14:00-15:00> instead of : SCHEDULED: <2016-11-14 lun. 14:00>--<2016-11-14 lun. 15:00> It seems this no longer works in org 9 as the tasks don't appear any