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When I use org-megaup I get a "Invalid function: org-preserve-local-variables"
is there a way to fix that ?
I have org-enforce-todo-checkbox-dependencies set to t, and I would like to
mark some tasks as canceled without needing to mess with the checkboxes.
I can press C-u C-u C-u C-c C-t which will override dependencies. However,
wondering if there's a way for org-mode to
Well, that sure was easy, and I certainly had missed it. This selection
does indeed produce the behavior I was hoping for; thanks so much for the
On Thu, Aug 29, 2019 at 12:17 PM Jack Kamm wrote:
> > Is there any way to just open my org-agenda-todo items in the /current/
> > window,
> Is there any way to just open my org-agenda-todo items in the /current/
> window, or even just any window that already happens to be open, without
> modifying, splitting, or above all deleting any others?
Does customizing the variable org-agenda-window-setup (e.g. by setting
> On Aug 28, 2019, at 5:59 PM, Michaël Cadilhac wrote:
> My goal is to export SVG files of TikZ drawings in HTML. Now, what follows
> is a bit of a rant on `org-babel-execute:latex`; let's go through the options:
Well you can try to continue on your path, but it can get
I've been ignoring this for a long time, but it's getting more disruptive
as more of my daily life lives in emacs/org; I've tried a little blind
hacking and only managed to make things worse, and I feel like I'm missing
something easy and obvious.
Is there any way to just open my org-agenda-todo
This is the expected behavior, implemented in `org-babel-eval`. (By the
way, the docline of `org-babel-sh-evaluate` seems to talk about a different
As a workaround, you could define a new shell that always returns 0:
(push "0bash" org-babel-shell-names)
> I am running Emacs version 27 (building from master) and recently
> noticed that my images no longer scales using org-image-actual-width.
> I then read that ImageMagick support is no longer enabled by default as
> there is a new "native" resizing method built-in to Emacs.
On Tue, Aug 27, 2019 at 6:34 PM Matt Price wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 27, 2019 at 1:33 PM John Kitchin wrote:
>> that does suggest that pdflatex is getting called somewhere else.
>> Maybe you can edebug the export function and check the value of
>> default-directory to see where it is
I am running Emacs version 27 (building from master) and recently
noticed that my images no longer scales using org-image-actual-width.
I then read that ImageMagick support is no longer enabled by default as
there is a new "native" resizing method built-in to Emacs.
As seen in the news for on
apparently when the exit code of the last command in a shell code block
is not zero, I do not get the results. This doesn't seem to be
documented in the manual (though I might be missing something). Check
#+begin_src bash :results verbatim
echo hello world
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