I put "refiling" in the title as that is the moment when things go awry, so I
noticed it when I refiled items.
I updated Org to 9.3.1 and confirm that the bug is still present. Because I got
some compatibility problems, I tested it with `emacs -q`, in which I didn't
have email, and
I have the following in the .emacs:
'("SO" . "src scheme :exports both :results output\n?\n"))
A structured template block is automatically prepended with #+start_ ,
but I actually need it to insert
#+start_srt ... etc.
How can I do
Ouch, that was unexpected.
The manual for my version only includes four mentions if the noweb-ref
header argument. Is it becoming deprecated?
What does "apparently don't need" actually mean? That is, when should I use
the name, and when the header argument? What can the header argument do
This is a tiny change to the manual to account for the change from org
-> ol in the org-man example. There may be other references in the
manual that have similar issues but I did not check.
From b2b8088f958379552f5c9dc228dcda56b7e6f738 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Tom Gillespie
Norman Walsh writes:
> In this case, I can’t put the cursor on the text. I’ve made a quick
> skim of org-sticky-header.el and don’t see any obvious use of a
> specific face. So I’m a bit stumped.
FWIW, I made a rainbow out of the background colors and worked out
what face it was, but I am still
You could try M-x list-faces-display, which will list all the defined
faces with samples for each face. If your lucky, it will show the face
your seeing (and you can change it).
Norman Walsh writes:
> This is a tangentially Org-related question. If I enable
This is a tangentially Org-related question. If I enable
org-sticky-headers, it works just fine. I get, for example, at the top
of the buffer:
** Top level heading / Second level heading
Which is correct. But “ / ” and the rest of the line after “Second
level heading” are in some
Ciao a tutti,
I have a problem with my org-mode: when I try to enter a repeated task I
get the error on the subject:
wrong type argument: stringp nil
This is the debug:
Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument stringp nil)
Vladimir Nikishkin writes:
> I am attaching the file in which tangling is still slow.
> The file is quite big, but that alone doesn't seem to be the reason
> for slowliness (I tried adding 1M-long words in the random places of
> the previous mwe).
> You can see the result by C-c C-v
On Emacs 26, I like to enable electric-quote-mode. That provides me
“proper quotes” when writing text.
Org files are mostly text, so it’s nice that electric-quote-mode is
active there as well. However, there can be source code blocks where
I would like the “electric” functionality
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