> Please look at this the resulting table has a very long entry. How could
> I force a line break? Of course I can go to the table and wrap the line,
> but this is not what I want.
> Uwe Brauer
> * University Göttingen
Kyle Meyer writes:
> David Masterson writes:
>> Is there a way to get tasks with a deadline that doesn't have a time
>> (just a day) to show on the daily agenda? Tasks w/ timed deadline do
>> show on the daily agenda.
> Could you provide a minimal example that shows the issue?
Ah. I think
I'm still hoping that someone might get back to me ... eventually,
so here's another bump.
Hello everyone. Just in case this has slipped through the cracks
fallen under the radar --- here's a little bump.
Oooops, I've just
Jeremie Juste writes:
> I don't see very clearly how you want to use the code.
> (It might well be because of my lack of skills)
> Could you give a usage example?
Aha, I forget to copy an example here.
It looks like this.
,* 《三生三世 十里桃花》
This one is a little 'tricky'. The tag means emphasis and is not
the same as underline (browsers are free to 'interpret' emphasis as
anything which will emphasise the text from surrounding text, which
could be bold, italic, underline or a combination. If we changed
underline to tags, I'm sure
I don't see very clearly how you want to use the code.
(It might well be because of my lack of skills)
Could you give a usage example?
On Friday, 16 Oct 2020 at 13:01, stardiviner wrote:
> I write an elisp config for Org Mode to auto evaluate inline source
Patch ee3c3b554799c9f0fbe387848cd9eec7e9ab9d95 breaks unfolding
org-cycle-separator-lines set to -1.
How to reproduce:
1. Set org-cycle-separator-lines to -1;
2. Try to fold and then unfold "Test" in the following file:
,* Test 1
,** Test 2
,* Test 3
I have the following example
:COLUMNS: %10Is(Sheet Nr) %10Ej(Exercise Nr) %7TODO(Status) %26TAGS(Which)
For this org mode text:
- This text is /emphasized/
- This text is *in bold*
- This text is _underlined_
- This text uses =a teletype font=
the follow is the HTML output:
This text is emphasized
This text is in bold
This text is underlined
This text uses a
>>> "ESF" == Eric S Fraga writes:
> On Thursday, 15 Oct 2020 at 19:44, Uwe Brauer wrote:
>> How can I avoid this annoying block environment?
> I know you have sort of solved this (by promoting the headline to a
> higher level) but the question I would have asked is: what did you want
Please look at this the resulting table has a very long entry. How could
I force a line break? Of course I can go to the table and wrap the line,
but this is not what I want.
* University Göttingen
:COLUMNS: %10IP(IP) %10TIT(Title)
Just one little thing that occurs to me, for accepting PRs if you
the header arg (globally would probably be best) :comments link
That with M-x org-babel-detangle should help with accepting PRs.
Hope that helps,
Greg Minshall writes:
hi. i apologize if this has
What I do with my Elvish modules (https://github.com/zzamboni/elvish-modules
, https://github.com/zzamboni/elvish-completions) is to just include the
Org files together with the tangled .elv files.
On Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 8:28 PM Greg Minshall wrote:
> hi. i apologize if
On Thursday, 15 Oct 2020 at 19:44, Uwe Brauer wrote:
> How can I avoid this annoying block environment?
I know you have sort of solved this (by promoting the headline to a
higher level) but the question I would have asked is: what did you want
the export engine to do with a subheading?
On Thursday, 15 Oct 2020 at 21:11, Greg Minshall wrote:
> i can "build" whatever files are needed to release the package. but,
> it's nice to be able to let people look at the sources, maybe submit
> 'pull requests', etc.
I have recently done this with a Julia project which I make available at
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