Re: [PATCH] Re: Inconsistent use of \ref and \eqref in ox-latex and ox-html

2020-04-20 Thread Brian Powell
refore you need to move "This is a" part to the line > below. > > Also : controls -> control > > Otherwise, it looks good! Could you provide an entry in ORG-NEWS about > it? I think Version 9.4 > Miscellaneous is a fine place for it. Done and done. >From f3a8e

[PATCH] Re: Inconsistent use of \ref and \eqref in ox-latex and ox-html

2020-04-19 Thread Brian Powell
org code. Thank you for all of your help and efforts. Cheers, Brian >From a7c078e4b5f3d97fa7db0e1df192e26e6953ef71 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Brian Powell Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2020 12:59:53 -1000 Subject: [PATCH] add org-html-equation-reference-format to customize MathJax ref command ---

Re: Inconsistent use of \ref and \eqref in ox-latex and ox-html

2020-04-19 Thread Brian Powell
(org-export-get-reference destination info)) (let* ((ref (org-export-get-reference destination info)) (org-html-standalone-image-predicate On Fri, Apr 17 2020, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > Hello, > > Brian Powell writes: > >> The issue

Inconsistent use of \ref and \eqref in ox-latex and ox-html

2020-04-10 Thread Brian Powell
This topic was discussed in 2015: However, it seems that it we are still stuck with inconsistent exports between latex and HTML. The issue is that when exporting equation numbers with ox-html, it uses MathJax's \eqref

Re: [O] The statement on what is orgmode.

2012-12-06 Thread brian powell
6. Org-mode: It's difficult to say what exactly Emacs' Org-mode will do for you; it's easier to list all things it doesn't do. Wow! Great thread. I was going to ask the question what @isn't@ Emacs OrgMode--and not in a trite way at all; in a serious way. Emacs is a mode-less (concurrent major

[O] [OT] Mindwave Emacs. EEG reading and Data gathering in an org-mode buffer.

2012-09-07 Thread brian powell
I still wonder if org is the right medium for this. Most of the devices are going to give you a TON of data (the neurosky raw stream is ~500hz update, emotiv is ~128hz, etc...). Pedometers and blood pressure monitors that do one-time large dumps might be somewhat more feasible. * EMACS

Re: [O] [OT] Mindwave Emacs. EEG reading and Data gathering in an org-mode buffer.

2012-09-07 Thread brian powell
about; but, whatever. On Fri, Sep 7, 2012 at 7:19 AM, brian powell briangpowel...@gmail.comwrote: I still wonder if org is the right medium for this. Most of the devices are going to give you a TON of data (the neurosky raw stream is ~500hz update, emotiv is ~128hz, etc...). Pedometers

Re: [O] [OT] Mindwave Emacs. EEG reading and Data gathering in an org-mode buffer.

2012-09-05 Thread brian powell
I used to do brainwave research (using eeg's): Maybe make some software (R?) to do some FFT (Fast Fourier Transforms) calcs on the brainwaves and compute the power wave and have it report percentages or counts of AlphaWaves, BetaWaves, ThetaWaves, etc? Thanks Jonathan and Joakim (zen-mode) for

Re: [O] [OT] Current website not very attractive

2012-08-10 Thread brian powell
* The site looks great as it is. ** Its supposed to be simple and simple-looking: *** Go to: http://orgmode.org = Read the top line: Org: Your Life in Plain Text *** Go to: http://doc.norang.ca/org-mode.html = Read the top line: Org Mode - Organize Your Life In Plain Text! * Simplicity and

[O] [OT] ELNODE is soon to be released as version 1.0

2012-08-10 Thread brian powell
* Some people have expressed interest in Elnode in the past: ELNODE is soon to be released as version 1.0 ** Video mentions Emacs OrgMode (and includes an example) and Node.js: http://www.youtube.com/embed/TR7DPvEi7Jg ** Elnode - the EmacsLisp Async Webserver @ version 0.9.9 Elnode is a

Re: [O] The Quantified Shower

2012-08-07 Thread brian powell
* Lets not forget Claude Shannon's Ultimate Machine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5rJJgt_5mg On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 1:27 PM, Bastien b...@gnu.org wrote: Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: Actually, I meant this one:

Re: [O] Is there a way to selectively change the line spacing for visual line mode?

2012-08-04 Thread brian powell
* http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/VisualLineMode --very intereting... ** This may explain why you found no help thru google: Visual line mode is a new mode in Emacs 23 that is on by default. * The following code convinces visual-line-mode to wrap at a given column by expanding the right margin

Re: [O] Org - markdown

2012-05-29 Thread brian powell
* PanDoc! http://johnmacfarlane.net/pandoc/ On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 10:45 PM, Marcelo de Moraes Serpa celose...@gmail.com wrote: Hey guys, Is there any tool out there that converts org to markdown? I'm sure it wouldn't be difficult to come up with something, but if there's something I'd

Re: [O] Mail composed using emacs --- saving a copy in an org file.

2012-03-16 Thread brian powell
* Wow! That looks like great software! Looks like it very well might do what Alan was looking for--and a whole lot more. Just out of curiosity: Have you, Karl, looked into linking into doing a mashup with GNOWSYS: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNOWSYS ** Maybe GNOWSYS would be used after

[O] Capture the mouse-highlight help-text in a file?

2012-03-15 Thread brian powell
* I know that this will toggle the mouse-highlight messages that pop-up when you move a mouse over a LINK: in OrgMode: (setq mouse-highlight (not mouse-highlight)) ** Now, is there a simple way to send the messages that pop-up to a file? *** Maybe to a FIFO?

Re: [O] Capture the mouse-highlight help-text in a file?

2012-03-15 Thread brian powell
nicholas.do...@hp.com wrote: brian powell briangpowel...@gmail.com wrote: * I know that this will toggle the mouse-highlight messages that pop-up when you move a mouse over a LINK: in OrgMode: (setq mouse-highlight (not mouse-highlight)) ** Now, is there a simple way to send the messages

Re: [O] Mail composed using emacs --- saving a copy in an org file.

2012-03-15 Thread brian powell
* Josh's answer seems great. ** I used to use VM in EMACS, worked great, highly recommend it--you could then use EMACS hooks like: vm-mail-hook List of hook functions to be run after a Mail mode composition buffer has been created to send a non specialized message, i.e. a message that is not a

Re: [O] Mail composed using emacs --- saving a copy in an org file.

2012-03-15 Thread brian powell
. On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 1:55 PM, brian powell briangpowel...@gmail.comwrote: * Josh's answer seems great. ** I used to use VM in EMACS, worked great, highly recommend it--you could then use EMACS hooks like: vm-mail-hook List of hook functions to be run after a Mail mode composition

Re: [O] Mail composed using emacs --- saving a copy in an org file.

2012-03-15 Thread brian powell
* Fully agree with nick--especially about the please be more specific about the MUA-part--mh-e is another possibility--written by another person I used to work with (mh)--vm was written by Kyle Jones--yet another person I used to work with... ** Come to think of it; I used to use RMAIL too in

Re: [O] setting default pdf viewer

2012-03-11 Thread brian powell
I much prefer OKULAR over EVINCE On Sun, Mar 11, 2012 at 1:15 PM, prad p...@towardsfreedom.com wrote: Puneeth Chaganti puncha...@gmail.com writes: On Sun, Mar 11, 2012 at 1:31 PM, prad p...@towardsfreedom.com wrote: how do i set evince as the default. right now xpdf is, but if i remove

[O] [OT] Pipe mouse-highlight to FestivalLite/flite

2012-03-09 Thread brian powell
* Does anyone know how to pipe Link: http://orgmode.org; highlighted text to flite ** Maybe a hook? (add-hook 'org-occur-highlights 'etc... ** I mean: I'm trying to get the mouse-highlight text that pops-up sent to flite--FestivalLite---then text-to-speech would be done---emacs could literally

[O] Pipe mouse-highlight to FestivalLite/flite

2012-03-09 Thread brian powell
* Does anyone know how to pipe Link: http://orgmode.org; highlighted text to flite ** Maybe a hook? (add-hook 'org-occur-highlights 'etc... ** Trying to get the mouse-highlight text that pops-up sent to flite--FestivalLite---then text-to-speech would be done---emacs could literally tell me what

Re: [O] multilingual presentation with org

2012-02-15 Thread brian powell
* Quoting the original query: I will be teaching singing to a mixed group using a projector. Those who can read sanskrit would be put off by the roman (English) and those who cant of course need the roman. The attached screenshot shows two emacs buffers side-by-side with the two versions. I am

Re: [O] multilingual presentation with org

2012-02-15 Thread brian powell
with those suggestions: http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.help/83724 On Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 2:49 PM, Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com wrote: brian powell briangpowel...@gmail.com wrote: Make 2 files with line numbers at the begin of each line: nl sanskrit-song.txt sanskrit-song_line-numbers

Re: [O] multilingual presentation with org

2012-02-15 Thread brian powell
at 3:01 PM, brian powell briangpowel...@gmail.comwrote: * That'd be cool if it worked, but at least in my case, it doesn't --It works if you put line numbers at the beginning of each line--then it highlights the diff per line in both buffers/in both files--you do Mx ediff-buffers on--I know

Re: [O] Images in Tables?

2012-02-08 Thread brian powell
* Some ideas/workarounds--each of which I've tried and they work--but some very computer intensive: http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2011-10/msg01233.html ** Also, more specific to your question: http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/thumbs.el * What I like to do is make the images

[O] [OT] Babel user queries like SH read CONFIRM

2012-02-08 Thread brian powell
* Is there a simple way in BABEL to interact/query a user--something like this won't work: #+begin_src sh cat blah-install.sh echo -n Sure you want to run this install script code to install BlahSoftware? (y/n): read CONFIRM case $CONFIRM in y|Y) sh blah-software-install.sh;; n|N)

Re: [O] How do teachers use org-mode

2012-02-02 Thread brian powell
* Dear Venkatesh Choppella: Thanks for the notes on teaching OrgMode etc.: While reviewing your class notes and emails to your class about OrgMode and TeX/LaTeX I came across your suggestion to students to play with: http://detexify.kirelabs.org/classify.html ** Detexify can be useful; but, this

Re: [O] Rsquared for reproductible research

2012-01-12 Thread brian powell
Wow! http://rsquared.stat.uni-muenchen.de/index.rhtml looks great--very interesting--thanks for the heads-up on that link. Worked with R/S/S-PLUS in grad school--easily my favorite language/system--especially like its ease of extensibility--reminds me of EMACS LISP! I recognized your name,

Re: [O] Rsquared for reproductible research

2012-01-12 Thread brian powell
Also, I very much agree that a near exact replica of the http:// rsquared.stat.uni-muenchen.de/index.rhtml for OrgMode would be great. Yes! Any takers?!? ... Eric questioned: From looking at the fairly terse web site for R^2 it is not clear to me exactly what the system includes (I'm sure I'm

Re: [O] Org mode, minted, and non-ASCII

2012-01-05 Thread brian powell
* Firstly, thanks for sending this issue to the group: pygments minted are very interesting tools for OrgMode/LaTeX persons. ** Read this http://ctan.mackichan.com/macros/latex/contrib/minted/minted.pdf ** And this: http://pygments.org/docs/unicode/ *** Seems that running the pygmetize from

[O] [OT] TeX/LaTex and OrgMode

2011-11-18 Thread brian powell
* [OT] TeX/LaTex and OrgMode is the off topic--since OrgMode spits out TeX and so many OrgMode users use TeX; I hope you'll get a kick out of this: http://detexify.kirelabs.org/classify.html?

Re: [O] OT: collage of scripts [was: Re: table alignment failed for Asian char

2011-10-28 Thread brian powell
* One of my favorite Hofstadter books is: Le Ton beau de Marot: In Praise of the Music of Language (ISBN 0-465-08645-4), published by Basic Books in 1997, is a book by Douglas Hofstadter in which he explores the meaning, strengths, failings, and beauty of translation. ** Translation between

Re: [O] Ways to make org feasible for huge files

2011-10-12 Thread brian powell
* Maybe EMACS narrowing could be used: http://www.gnu.org/s/libtool/manual/emacs/Narrowing.html ... Narrowing can make it easier to concentrate on a single subroutine or paragraph by eliminating clutter. It can also be used to limit the range of operation of a replace command or repeating

Re: [O] [OT] How to save and restore window and frame layout and position of windows on monitor - session management

2011-10-03 Thread brian powell
* Also, there are these commands which may be what is sought (to save state): ** Click mouse-2 on a completion to select it. In this buffer, type RET to select the completion near point. Possible completions are: desktop-change-dir desktop-clear desktop-readdesktop-remove desktop-revert

Re: [O] TABLES: Remove/add cell

2011-09-30 Thread brian powell
* May want to turn org-mode/table off temporarily (or maybe it will just make it easier) then you can do the rectangle edits michael was referring to: ** Go to the point just to the right of the 4. ** C@ ---marks the point. ** Go to the 3. ** Cxrk ** Go to @2$2--i.e. where the 4 used to be. **

Re: [O] Lisp nesting exceeds `max-lisp-eval-depth'

2011-09-15 Thread brian powell
*Variable: max-lisp-eval-depth This variable defines the maximum depth allowed in calls to eval, apply, and funcall before an error is signaled (with error message Lisp nesting exceeds max-lisp-eval-depth). This limit, with the associated error when it is exceeded, is one way that Lisp avoids

Re: [O] Error in post-command-hook: (void-variable org-ans1)

2011-09-15 Thread brian powell
*Could do this work-around: nl file_you_will_edit.org | cut -f 1 line_numbers *Open the file_you_will_edit.org and do: Mx split-window-horizontally *Put the line_numbers in the left-hand-side buffer! ;-) P.S. I put the line number and column number on the modeline:

Re: [O] Reminders with alarms

2011-09-08 Thread brian powell
*Recommend using flite (FestivalLite) for text-to-speech: cat blah.reminder | flite ** Could get really over-the-top and do something like this: http://gizmodo.com/5522802/twitter-chumby-and-a-cuckoo-bird-walk-into-a-clock?tag=chumby --you could use the Twitter API and send OrgMode Tweets

Re: [O] convert html file into orgmode .org file?

2011-07-22 Thread brian powell
* This worked for me: ** apt-get install pandoc * Booted up an EMACS that has the menus enabled. ** Install pandoc-mode.el (see http://wwwuser.gwdg.de/~jkremer/pandoc-mode.html ) ** Goto buffer with .html doc in it. *** Get OrgMode and PanDocMode running simultaneously in the same buffer. ** Click

Re: [O] ThoughtBack

2011-07-15 Thread brian powell
On Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 9:00 AM, Memnon Anon gegendosenflei...@googlemail.com wrote: John Hendy jw.he...@gmail.com writes: On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 11:11 AM, Bastien b...@altern.org wrote: [...] Or did I miss something? Don't think so. Googling produces little, either. [...] So... looks

[O] ThoughtBack

2011-07-13 Thread brian powell
https://thoughtback.com Any thoughts? Useful to OrgMode users? (MindMapping and remember.el (or whatever) are often linked to GTD/OrgMode activities--by some users) I'm in no way connected to https://thoughtback.com--nor do I know much about it at all.

Re: [O] Audio/video file playback in org mode

2011-06-10 Thread brian powell
* Something like this; respectively!?: [[shell:mplayer -ss 00:03:21 -endpos 00:06:54 ~/some_podcast.mp3 ]] [[shell:mplayer -ss 00:03:21 ~/some_podcast.mp3 ]] [[shell:mplayer ~/some_podcast.mp3 ]] VLC works great for this too. [[file:...] works too of course, but you have to make a file

Re: [O] Clocktable question

2011-05-05 Thread brian powell
* I hope you can learn how to do this using EMACS OrgMode--best thing for what you seek to do. ** In the meantime, I suggest using timeclock.el *** Some functions: (believe me, its really easy to use--puts a log into ~/.timelog or something like that) Click mouse-2 on a completion to select it.

Re: [O] Request for suggestions including source code

2011-05-04 Thread brian powell
* Literate Programming and CWEB/NOWEB work great. ** Could use \scriptsize and/or \tiny and set the margins to 0--this is what I do: \documentclass[10pt]{report} \pagestyle{empty} \usepackage{anysize} \marginsize{0cm}{0cm}{0cm}{0cm} \begin{document} \tiny \begin{verbatim} BlahSourceCode

Re: [O] insert picture feature request.

2011-05-02 Thread brian powell
* This is what I use (thanks to whomever wrote the original): (defun org-screenshot () Take a screenshot into a time stamped unique-named file in the same directory as the org-buffer and insert a link to this file. (interactive)

[O] Fwd: Kedit-like ALL command for emacs

2011-04-08 Thread brian powell
-in-matching-buffers On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 2:06 PM, Jambunathan K kjambunat...@gmail.com wrote: brian powell briangpowel...@gmail.com writes: After reviewing what KEDIT ALL is; it seems to me all you want to do is--in an EMACS buffer--regardless of the version or type of EMACS: Mx

Re: [O] Re: org-add-note not working with winner-mode

2011-04-04 Thread brian powell
* http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/WinnerMode gives: The problem with (windmove-default-keybindings) is that they clash with the more common use on modern systems of S-right etc for selecting text. In Emacs this is turned on by CuaMode for example. Therefore it might be better to go with the

Re: [O] zotero (or mendeley) integration with org

2011-03-28 Thread brian powell
It uses SQLite--Stephen: I'd consider myself a plaintext-whenever-possible sort of dude too; but, SQLite (used in ZOTERO) is a simple/short C program and its (last time I checked) extremely simple--for example there is only left outer join. SQLite databases are very easy to work with and are

Re: [O] Using org-mode for recipes (i.e. cooking)

2011-03-25 Thread brian powell
* Could do a link like this in an OrgMode buffer: [[shell:google-chrome --enable-plugins ~/CountDownTimer.html ]] ** Where ~/CountDownTimer.html contains the below code and/or only contains the below code/markup: embed width=800 height=600 quality=high wmode=opaque name=virtualchumby

Re: [O] gnowsys-mode update?

2011-03-19 Thread brian powell
I too am interested in gnowsys-mode and have been meaning to look more deeply into it. I remember reviewing gnowsys-mode and it looked very interesting and related to the semantic web and there was a semantic web workshop in Reston, VA recently--gnowsys-mode was on the agenda. THere may be some

Re: [O] Elisp Primer?

2011-03-11 Thread brian powell
*I strongly agree with John Hendy: Robert Chassel's An Introduction to Programming in Emacs Lisp: http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/emacs-lisp-intro/ --should be mastered first (it should be the first book @everyone@ reads.) *O'Reilly's Safari has online books for $20/month you can put 10 books

Re: [O] org google weather

2011-03-05 Thread brian powell
The sunrise and sunset strings have been available in the diary functions for EMACS for a long time; and, the new code above you've made for inserting them into the weather strings in OrgMode agendas is great too.  Thanks and I look forward to using it. Now, is there any simple way, maybe with

Re: [O] org google weather

2011-03-04 Thread brian powell
FWIW/YMMV I use RUBY: I like the twilight info too--not sure emacs does twilight info too--maybe you can reuse some of the code and put into OrgMode: I do: emacs -l .bja-sunrise-sunset-twilight.el --where .bja-sunrise-sunset-twilight.el is: (defun bja-sunrise () Display sunrise, sunset amp;

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Can I input multiline in a cell?

2011-02-18 Thread brian powell
of tables like the one Wang gave as an example? I think it should. --But I'm so giddy about OrgMode as it is right now, I almost don't care! ;-) On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 4:47 AM, Bastien bastien.gue...@wikimedia.frwrote: brian powell briangpowel...@gmail.com writes: Forget all previous emails

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Can I input multiline in a cell?

2011-02-18 Thread brian powell
On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 10:31 AM, Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com wrote: brian powell briangpowel...@gmail.com wrote: I haven't sent any HTMl that I know of--I fully embrace the plain text KISS methods. This very email contained alternatives: an HTML one and a plain-text one. Nick I

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Can I input multiline in a cell?

2011-02-18 Thread brian powell
mailers do behind your back. --much agreed; this will always be an issue when using GMAIL or other proprietary mail systems. Thanks for the help Nick. On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 11:20 AM, Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com wrote: brian powell briangpowel...@gmail.com wrote: It was fun

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Can I input multiline in a cell?

2011-02-17 Thread brian powell
Your welcome Wang, my pleasure--I learned a few things too. I used to make tables like the one you seem to be trying to put into and use in an OrgMode Table. Your table: |---+---+| | | HEAD2 | Item 1 | | +---+| | HEAD1 | |

Re: [Orgmode] Can I input multiline in a cell?

2011-02-16 Thread brian powell
These intersting work-around-hacks worked for me: [[file:/blahfilewithyourmultilinetextinit.txt]] ---put this in a org-table cell and/or put a string like: /blahjpegabsolutepath/blah.jpeg ---where the jpeg contains a jpeg of your text then do Mx iimage-mode --just wild ideas--that I want

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Can I input multiline in a cell?

2011-02-16 Thread brian powell
This worked too: ... |---+-+-+-+-+-+-+---+-+-+---| | * | 11B | 21W | 31B | 41W | 51B | 61W | 71B | 81W | 91B | * | |---+-+-+-+-+-+-+---+-+-+---| | * | 12W | /u/0802.jpg | 0 |

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Can I input multiline in a cell?

2011-02-16 Thread brian powell
: | | | | | | | | | | | | ---and thats it--you're done---then you just type in the text in the column cells you want the multiline text. On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 12:48 PM, brian powell briangpowel...@gmail.comwrote: This worked too: ... |---+-+-+-+-+-+-+---+-+-+---| | * | 11B

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Can I input multiline in a cell?

2011-02-16 Thread brian powell
in the dummy rows) for this too; thats what I'll do--I'll put it in my .emacs. Thanks Bastien and Wang. On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 1:43 PM, Bastien bastien.gue...@wikimedia.frwrote: Hi Brian, brian powell briangpowel...@gmail.com writes: Howsabout some code to put in a dummy row in an OrgMode Table

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Can I input multiline in a cell?

2011-02-16 Thread brian powell
problems to others--many fonts don't cover down columns. Thanks again Bastien. On Wed, Feb 16, 2011 at 1:43 PM, Bastien bastien.gue...@wikimedia.frwrote: Hi Brian, brian powell briangpowel...@gmail.com writes: Howsabout some code to put in a dummy row in an OrgMode Table--this would

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Can I input multiline in a cell?

2011-02-16 Thread brian powell
Forget all previous emails from me on this thread; I thought there was a simple way to do this in OrgMode--will this work for you Wang?: All you have to do is this I believe (not sure about the Org publish/TeX output though--tell me if it works out for you): Ca Enter | Tab and then type in your

Re: [Orgmode] org-stow (Proof of concept)

2011-02-11 Thread brian powell
You asked to hear from interested OrgMode users: STOW is great software; yes, please push it--its great for testing and sofware configuration (STOW is) it will be very interesting and maybe very useful to see what you have in mind. STOW reminds me of AUFS/UNIONFS and there may be other uses for

Re: [Orgmode] org-mode without stars

2011-01-26 Thread brian powell
The original outline-mode in EMACS which predates org-mode used stars. Using stars * is the best way to do it; the reasons are many--OrgMode files are flat text files and this is great too--but keep this in mind here--think about searches, etc. PYTHON uses indentation (and thats great); LISP

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Introducing gnugol - an org-mode-output web search client

2011-01-07 Thread brian powell
Jan 2011, at 19:19, brian powell wrote: ** Example/possibilities: apt-get install surfraw ... [[eshell:*eshell*:(rename-buffer vvv)]] [[eshell:*eshell*:(rename-buffer ttt)]] There's no need for those two lines, because... [[eshell:vvv:date]] ... this one will create the eshell buffer

Re: [Orgmode] Sorting table columns (*not* content)

2010-11-01 Thread brian powell
Jeff Horn seems to be explaining specifics of how to do some nitty-gritty manipulations--he mentions (quoting the manual) methods for yanking, Ccxy The methods Jeff expressed are useful for the question posed. I recommend rectangle-kill and rectangle-yank--Cxrk and Cxry to solve this (in a very

Re: [Orgmode] how to reverse a region of outline items

2010-10-12 Thread brian powell
* A macro would definitely do this--a keyboard macro solution is simple: To create a keyboard macro do something like this: Cx ( etc. Cx ) ; Mx name-last-keyboard-macroetc. To me, Cx (.Cx )...--creating a keyboard macro seems to be the most useful thing one can use Editor

Re: [Orgmode] table, moving cells

2010-09-30 Thread brian powell
Theres a very simple way to do this; its been available in EMACS as long as I can remember--which is back to the late 80's--and OrgMode makes it even easier since it evens-up/covers-down/aligns columns in real-time: All you have to do is: Go to the bottom right corner of the cell or column you

Re: [Orgmode] Sidewaystable in org?

2010-09-29 Thread brian powell
* The Crush Tools may be of help. See pivot for example: http://code.google.com/p/crush-tools/wiki/PivotUserDocs ** Maybe this would do it for an OrgTable: pivot -d| table.org On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 6:45 AM, Rainer M Krug r.m.k...@gmail.com wrote: Hi I would like to have a table exported

Re: [Orgmode] Re: simultaneous clocks?

2010-06-09 Thread brian powell
To punch in and punch out I use: timeclock.el --in addition to a mix of OrgMode and PlannerMode But to be very precise on each task I do: timeclock.el works great for me. ;-) On Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 2:53 PM, Erik L. Arneson dyb...@lnouv.com wrote: Erik Iverson er...@ccbr.umn.edu writes: