I have a blog post up that might be of interest to some of you on this
exporting org files to HTML (bokeh.pydata.org).
Feedback and suggestions welcome!
Sorry, I missed this one.
(global-set-key (kbd "C-c c") 'org-capture)
OK, thanks for the tip. The problem lies in the "org-capture-templates"
settings. I think in the past, it accept a "nil" argument. Now it expects
an empty string. Replacing nil with empty string solves my problem.
In an org-agenda buffer the following functions are defined and bound:
- org-agenda-todo-nextset (C-S-left)
- org-agenda-todo-previousset (C-S-right)
which change between sets of todo keywords.
Yet the following corresponding functions are missing:
Anders Johansson writes:
> I tried changing the call to ~insert-file-contents-literally~ in
> ~org-id-locations-load~ to just ~insert-file-contents~ and this seemed
> to fix the behaviour (as correct decoding is done then?). I don’t know
> if there are other
Narendra Joshi writes:
> I get an error
> `org-gnus-store-link: Invalid function: gnus-summary-article-header`
> when trying to get a link to an article in Gnus. Is this a known bug?
It is not a known bug, and I cannot reproduce it. BTW, I have
Uwe Brauer writes:
> Hi I want to sent the following message
> * Matlab code
> [t,y]=ode45(f,[0 1],1);
> fprintf('t = [%g \\quad %g] \n', t)
> fprintf('y = [%g \\qquad %g] \n', y)
Xi Shen writes:
> When I do C-c c, I got an error:
I don't see any "c" template in your `org-capture-templates'.
> org-capture-expand-file: Invalid file location: nil
> But (org-capture-expand-file "") returns the expected value. And the file
> does exist. But
Uwe Brauer writes:
> Sorry I wanted to send a bug report on a different issue but it
> took/takes ages to format the corresponding message buffer using
> What could I do?
You could provide a profiler report with both
Marc Ihm writes:
> recently I have been surprised by the fact, that org-back-to-heading
> (or outline-back-to-heading, for that matter) does stop at inline
> as can be tried easily with this org-snippet:
> * foo
> *** Inline
> *** END
Trying the babel gnuplot the other day, I had trouble getting the results
to C-c C-c to actually materialize in the place I'd given. Taking the
example from the org-mode babel gnuplot page, (changing the location):
#+begin_src gnuplot :exports both :file omnigraphics/omnig10.png
recently I have been surprised by the fact, that org-back-to-heading (or
outline-back-to-heading, for that matter) does stop at inline tasks,
as can be tried easily with this org-snippet:
In my opinion, the
sorry to bother again but still stuck with this
i tried to add another org-global-property entry (i assume thats possible)
but then i didnt get completion for the second one.
this is what i used
(setq org-global-properties '(("Cuisine_ALL". "- Indian Thai Vietnamese
Asian Chinese Israeli
Sorry I wanted to send a bug report on a different issue but it
took/takes ages to format the corresponding message buffer using
What could I do?
When I do C-c c, I got an error:
org-capture-expand-file: Invalid file location: nil
But (org-capture-expand-file "") returns the expected value. And the file
does exist. But (org-capture-expand-file nil) raise an error. So I guess
the function was given an erroneous value.
On Fri, Nov 3, 2017 at 10:22 PM, Nicolas Goaziou wrote:
> Applied, with a slight twist. Thank you!
It does look much cleaner using 'copy-marker'. Thanks a lot for the review!
I get an error
`org-gnus-store-link: Invalid function: gnus-summary-article-header`
when trying to get a link to an article in Gnus. Is this a known bug?
Eric Thomas writes:
> Does anyone know how to approach creating dynamic Org-capture
> templates? I'm looking for IDO/Helm type of completion after a
> template has been selected. If string does not exist, it is created
> and added to future completions, similar to new files
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