I'm very beginner at org-mode and learning and having fun with it these
Now, I'm embedding an image, but I'd like to resize it.
Googling shows me like this:
#+attr_org: :width 40%
However, that is not working to me at all.
GNU Emacs 126.96.36.199
In orgmode, is there a way to set coding system for the tangled file? For
example, my default coding system is utf-8, and when I tangle some src
blocks sometimes I want the tangled file to use other coding systems like
chinese-gbk. It would be perfect if orgmode had a header argument
It would be easy to have it export the plain text of the transcluded
heading. to export the actual heading, I would setup a preprocessing hook
that replaces the link with the content it points to.
Professor John Kitchin
Doherty Hall A207F
On Thu, Jan 5, 2017 at 7:30 PM, John Kitchin
> I didn't test it with other files, and it does not seem to work with
> them. For some reason (org-open-link-from-string path) does not seem to
> actually open the file at path. I am not sure why, since the follow code
For some reason, when I export headings under over 2 deep, I get an unexpected
markdown export. For example:
* First header
** second level
*** Third level
1. Third level
1. Fourth level
Le 04/01/2017 23:36, Nicolas Goaziou a écrit :
>> Your proposal provides an additional benefit: caching file generation
>> between several invocations of Babel. (The cache in my patch is intended
>> to be used within a single Babel invocation, and is then garbage
>> collected.). The drawback is
Le 05/01/2017 00:15, Charles C. Berry a écrit :
> On Wed, 4 Jan 2017, Achim Gratz wrote:
> I'm late to this party, but AFAICS input vars are processed just once.
> Running this:
> #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp :var a=(setq runvar (+ 1 runvar))
> increments runvar by one each
I don't know if it is possible to get helm-bibtex to insert links with
pre/post text in a way that doesn't get in the (i.e. my) way. I never use
pre/post text, so I want to select entries, and press enter to insert them.
There would have to be some prompt for pre and post text I think, and I
On Mi, Jan 04 2017, John Kitchin wrote:
>> A simple link would be of the form "cite:MYREF" or "citep:MYREF"; but if
>> I want to add a page number to this reference, the syntax of the link
>> seems to be very different, like so: "[[citep:MYREF][PAGENUM]]" or
I played with it a bit. Here is a link that displays file links as
overlays. Clicking on them jump to the source, and C-click will toggle
the overlay. It works ok, but I didn't test it a lot.
Say you have a table named like this in a file.
| 555 | 66 |
| te | tef |
| 555 |
Hello. I am a relatively new org user; I am writing this email after
I spent all morning finding the origin of my problem and searching the
web for an explanation and a solution.
Unaware that "COMMENT" was a specific org string, I had used it at the
beginning of a headline, resulting in biased
Eric S Fraga writes:
> On Saturday, 24 Dec 2016 at 09:07, Michael Welle wrote:
>> do you have some mechanism that warns you if you try to export
>> uncommitted changes? I'm not sure how such a process should be designed.
> I do not. I manually always
Please find attached a small patch for consideration. This patch adds
two new parameters to the Maxima babel src blocks: prologue and
epilogue, as already exist for gnuplot for instance.
I have signed the copyright assignment already (many years ago).
Eric S Fraga
On Wed, Dec 14, 2016 at 11:55 AM, John Kitchin
> David Talmage writes:
> > On Fri, Dec 9, 2016 at 11:28 AM, Eric S Fraga wrote:
> >> On Friday, 9 Dec 2016 at 15:29, John Kitchin wrote:
> >> > Hi all,
> >> >
> >> > I have an idea for
I have an org file with a clocktable located at the head of the file. The
clocktable is able to pull together a great table, however, the links on the
table do not work, if they have spaces in them.
Sample org file
* Work Table
> Wow, this issue comes very close to something I struggled for hours with
> (3h42') last year.
> It finally boiled down to this: sorting by effort in the agenda view only
> works (correctly) when org-agenda-remove-tags is t. Here's the (edited) ECM
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