Re: org-publish error with java hook

2021-01-17 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Tim Cross writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> Hi Tim, >> >> Thanks for you quick reply. >>>>>>> Tim Cross writes: >> >> > Colin Baxter writes: >> >> >>

Re: org-publish error with java hook

2021-01-17 Thread Colin Baxter
Hi Tim, Thanks for you quick reply. >>>>> Tim Cross writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> Hello, >> >> In the last few days org-publish no loner works for me, giving a >> lisp error: (void-function conkeror-minor-mode). The source of

org-publish error with java hook

2021-01-17 Thread Colin Baxter
a couple of recent commits in org-mode, but to no avail. I'd appreciate pointers as to the issue. I'm using emacs-27.1 with Org mode version 9.4.4 (release_9.4.4-186-g7fa817). Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: New startup options

2020-12-22 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello Gustav, Excellent. Now I understand. Thank you very much. Best wishes, >>>>> Gustav Wikström writes: > Hi, Added. > /Gustav > From: Emacs-orgmode > on behalf of Colin > Baxter Sent: M

New startup options

2020-12-21 Thread Colin Baxter
useful - for me at least. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: bibtex and babel support

2020-12-16 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear Eric, Thanks for the reply. >>>>> Eric S Fraga writes: > On Wednesday, 16 Dec 2020 at 08:19, Colin Baxter wrote: >> However, tangling bibtex src blocks works without an explicit >> (bibtex . t). > Good. As it should. >> Indeed

bibtex and babel support

2020-12-16 Thread Colin Baxter
I am using org-9.4.2. Thanks Colin Baxter.

Re: org-mode Publishing fails xhtml validation and LibreJS test.

2020-12-12 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear Time, >>>>> Tim Cross writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> Hello, >> >> When publishing, org-mode inserts the following javascript in the >> xhtml file: >> >> #+begin_src js // @license >> mag

org-mode Publishing fails xhtml validation and LibreJS test.

2020-12-12 Thread Colin Baxter
ter etc. 2. The script fails the LibreJS (gnu.org/software/librejs) tests. This can be tested by opining the page in icecat. In order to pass XHTML and LibreJS validation tests, I have to delete the script from my web pages by hand. Best wishes, Colin Baxter. Colin Baxter URL: http://www.Colin-B

Re: Stale IDs

2020-10-29 Thread Colin Baxter
I've convinced myself finally that this is a feature.

Stale IDs

2020-10-28 Thread Colin Baxter
ns IDs and in total 0 IDs found." However, the file ~/.emacs.d/.org-id-locations still contains the ID and does not read nil as I would have expected. The ID is only removed when emacs is closed and then the file ~/.emacs.d/.org-id-locations reads nil. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: Force creation of org id in template

2020-10-27 Thread Colin Baxter
I have this URL to a site which gives a method for generating auto IDs, which might be useful. I never use IDs so can't report on its effectiveness. https://writequit.org/articles/emacs-org-mode-generate-ids.html#automating-id-creation Best wishes, Colin Baxter URL: http://www.Colin

Re: Starting from 9.5, Org contrib will be distributed as a separate Org ELPA package

2020-10-24 Thread Colin Baxter
tall independentely from there. The files > will live in a new org-contrib.git repo on code.orgmode.org. Phew! Saved! Oh well, another git repo to add to the list. :-) Best wishes, Colin Baxter URL: http://www.Colin-Baxter.com - G

Re: export to babel, sometimes a block environment is inserted.

2020-10-15 Thread Colin Baxter
> Uwe Brauer writes: > Hello I have a org file that I want to export either to > 1. Regular latex or > 2. To beamer. > So I just use the corresponding export engines. > However the following minimal example puzzles me: > #+begin_src > # -*-

Re: Special symbols with monospace

2020-10-15 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello Eric, > Eric S Fraga writes: > On Thursday, 15 Oct 2020 at 12:31, Jarmo Hurri wrote: >> In my case there is a specific pseudocode format I need to use. I >> think I would have to try to tune one of these packages pretty >> heavily. > In that case, you may simply

Re: Special symbols with monospace

2020-10-15 Thread Colin Baxter
> way to combine monospace and special symbols? > Jarmo Would https://github.com/jsalzbergedu/pseudocode-mode be any good? Best wishes, Colin Baxter URL: http://www.Colin-Baxter.com - GnuPG fingerprint: 68A8 799C 0230 16E7 BF68 2A27 BBFA 2492 91F5 41C8 -

Re: Bug: =C-c C-e l o= does not open the pdf anymore [9.3.7 (9.3.7-55-gba2405-elpa @ /home/fsantos/.emacs.d/elpa/org-20200907/)]

2020-09-15 Thread Colin Baxter
> Thomas Stenhaug writes: > I recently had the same problem, on Arch Linux with Emacs 27.1. If > you run xdg-open from an eshell, the problem should be the same. > It should also go away if you replace "xdg-open" with "setsid > xdg-open". > I ended up doing >

Re: Getting Org-Crypt to work (doc bug?)

2020-09-14 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>>writes: > On Mon, Sep 14, 2020 at 12:18:50PM +0100, Colin Baxter wrote: >> [...] I set the variable `epa-pinentry-mode' to loopback as in >> >> #+begin_src elisp (setq epa-pinentry-mode 'loopback) #+end_src >>

Re: Getting Org-Crypt to work (doc bug?)

2020-09-14 Thread Colin Baxter
> David Masterson writes: > Nicolas Goaziou writes: >> Hello, >> >> David Masterson writes: >> >>> I'm trying to get org-crypt to work, but I'm missing something. >>> Following the Org-Crypt Info page, I've set it up for symmetric >>> encryption and added

Re: Bug: =C-c C-e l o= does not open the pdf anymore [9.3.7 (9.3.7-55-gba2405-elpa @ /home/fsantos/.emacs.d/elpa/org-20200907/)]

2020-09-14 Thread Colin Baxter
> Frederic Santos writes: > Hi everyone, After upgrading to Emacs 27, I noticed that, for any > org document, =C-c C-e l o= now behaves on my computer as =C-c C-e > l p=; i.e., the pdf is correctly produced, but is not displayed > anymore on side window. > Several users

Re: Website revamp?

2020-09-05 Thread Colin Baxter
quot; in that it wont load of course in non-js browsers such as eww and emacs-w3m. Best wishes, Colin. Colin Baxter URL: http://www.Colin-Baxter.com - GnuPG fingerprint: 68A8 799C 0230 16E7 BF68 2A27 BBFA 2492 91F5 41C8 -

Re: latex fragments compilation error when exporting to html

2020-09-01 Thread Colin Baxter
> Jeremie Juste writes: > Hello, > Many thanks for your concerns. Everything goes well with emacs > -Q. Sorry for the noise. The culprit is definitely in my init > file. I'll keep the emacs -Q options in mind before sending issues > next time. >> Out of curiosity,

Re: [PATCH] ob-core: Avoid table conversion warning for empty results

2020-08-30 Thread Colin Baxter
een around for a long time. >> This patch would squelch the inappropriate warning you report >> while not hiding other warnings. > Thank you. I'll apply the patch to my org-mode and report back. I have now applied the p

Re: [PATCH] ob-core: Avoid table conversion warning for empty results

2020-08-29 Thread Colin Baxter
quelch the inappropriate warning you report > while not hiding other warnings. Thank you. I'll apply the patch to my org-mode and report back. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: keep org drawers visible

2020-08-25 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear David, >>>>> David Rogers writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> Hello, >> >> Property drawers remaining invisible even when I use >> - drives me nuts. I know about M-x >> org-hide-drawer-toggle but how do I keep the

Re: bash babel code gives error

2020-08-25 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Colin Baxter writes: > Hello, I have various .tex files and an org file in the same > directory. In the org file is the following simple bash babel-code > #+begin_src bash sha256sum *.tex > CHECKSUM #+end_src > This code bl

bash babel code gives error

2020-08-25 Thread Colin Baxter
ing-of-buffer) Yet the babel block #+begin_src bash sha256sum -c CHECKSUM #+end_src works satisfactorily, and the command "sha256sum *.tex > CHECKSUM " works in a shell. I'm using emacs-27.1 with Org mode version 9.3.7 (release_9.3.7-719-gcdfc40). Colin Baxter.

Re: keep org drawers visible

2020-08-16 Thread Colin Baxter
> Ihor Radchenko writes: >> I realise the above is none too clear. I can use showeverything >> in STARTUP of course and this does indeed open the >> drawers. However the drawers close and remain closed after >> multiple uses of -. Therefore my question is how can >> I

Re: keep org drawers visible

2020-08-15 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Colin Baxter writes: > Hello, > Property drawers remaining invisible even when I use - > drives me nuts. I know about M-x org-hide-drawer-toggle but > how do I keep the drawers open all the time without having to > toggle? I work on the b

keep org drawers visible

2020-08-15 Thread Colin Baxter
it. Thanks. Best wishes, Colin Baxter

Re: Website revamp?

2020-08-03 Thread Colin Baxter
esign. Of course, my criticism is unimportant since you are doing the hard work - not me. Would it be possible to have two sites: one for display on a desktop and another for mobile use? Perhaps not. Good luck. Colin Baxter -- Colin Baxter URL: http://www.Colin-Baxter.com

Re: Website revamp?

2020-08-02 Thread Colin Baxter
de on their 'phones - smart or otherwise? Colin Baxter. -- Colin Baxter URL: http://www.Colin-Baxter.com - GnuPG fingerprint: 68A8 799C 0230 16E7 BF68 2A27 BBFA 2492 91F5 41C8

Re: Spurious comma after C-c '

2020-07-06 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Nicolas Goaziou writes: > When exported, Org mode removes automatically the > escape-comma. The author has nothing to do in this situation. I now understand. I assumed the comma would export and did not check - mea culpa. Colin Baxter URL: http://www.Colin-Baxter.com

Re: Spurious comma after C-c '

2020-07-06 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Hello, Colin Baxter writes: >> 1. Use `emacs -q' and open a new org file. 2. Enter >> >> #+begin_example >> >> #+end_example >> >> 3. Place cursor in the empty line

Spurious comma after C-c '

2020-07-06 Thread Colin Baxter
. The comma appears to form only when + is entered after #, so #STARTUP produces no comma. The STARTUP entry is unimportant and #+ alone also gives a comma. 7. I'm using Org mode version 9.3.7 (release_9.3.7-669-g3327fb) Best wishes, Colin. Colin Baxter URL: http://www.Colin-Baxter.com

Re: Habit error

2020-07-04 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Milan Zamazal writes: >>>>> "CB" == Colin Baxter writes: CB> Hello, With the latest pull of org-mode I now find habits are CB> not displayed correctly in agenda. The graph bar is missing, CB> with the error CB> org-

Re: Habit error

2020-07-04 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello Marco, >>>>> Marco Wahl writes: > Hello Colin, Colin Baxter writes: >> With the latest pull of org-mode I now find habits are not >> displayed correctly in agenda. The graph bar is missing, with the >> error >> >>

Habit error

2020-07-04 Thread Colin Baxter
-27. Best wishes, Colin. Colin Baxter URL: http://www.Colin-Baxter.com

Re: New mailing list archive at https://orgmode/list/

2020-06-18 Thread Colin Baxter
anything in the connection process that explicitly tells us "you > don't need to log on"? Otherwise, I guess it doesn't hurt just to > save a bogus username/password and forget about it. I noticed that too. I just hit return each time, which appears to be acceptable.

Re: missing packages

2020-05-28 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear Kyle, >>>>> Kyle Meyer writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> I notice a few packages seem to be absent from the org-mode dev >> tree, e.g., org-bibtex.el and org-bbdb.el. Yet nothing I've seen >> in ORG-NEWS suggests that they have bee

missing packages

2020-05-28 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello, I notice a few packages seem to be absent from the org-mode dev tree, e.g., org-bibtex.el and org-bbdb.el. Yet nothing I've seen in ORG-NEWS suggests that they have been discontinued. I am probably not understanding something rather elementary. Best wishing -- Colin Baxter URL: http

Re: Org-list: Add back fancy description list indentation

2020-05-18 Thread Colin Baxter
out entirely? > Here's the commit I'm referring to: > https://code.orgmode.org/bzg/org-mode/commit/683df456a41a2b0e308bdbf746f5db0235a6058a > Thanks. > -- James Miller james.ryland.mil...@gmail.com -- Colin Baxter URL: http://www.Colin-Baxter.com

Re: ox.html causes w3c xhtml validation

2020-03-17 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear Kyle, > Kyle Meyer writes: > Thanks for reporting back. Arne sent an equivalent patch (see > sibling thread), verifying that LibreJS worked with it. I applied > that in 661696036 (ox-html: escape & in license magnets, > 2020-03-15), so we should be all set. I've done

Re: Problem evaluating gnuplot source blocks

2020-03-16 Thread Colin Baxter
nil. I use gnuplot-mode from git, with the latest 'pull', and the change in the variable is not documented. Best wishes, Colin. -- Colin Baxter www.Colin-Baxter.com - GnuPG fingerprint: 68A8 799C 0230 16

Re: ox.html causes w3c xhtml validation

2020-03-16 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Kyle Meyer writes: > Adam Porter writes: >> Colin Baxter writes: >> >>> In my opinion, if it can't be fixed then the changes should be >>> removed. Surely, we cannot have an org-mode that knowingly >>> e

Re: ox.html causes w3c xhtml validation

2020-03-16 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Kyle Meyer writes: > Adam Porter writes: >> Colin Baxter writes: >> >>> In my opinion, if it can't be fixed then the changes should be >>> removed. Surely, we cannot have an org-mode that knowingly >>> e

Re: ox.html causes w3c xhtml validation

2020-03-15 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear Kyle, Thanks for your reply. >>>>> Kyle Meyer writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> - Begin - Warning Line 205, Column 74: cannot generate >> system identifier for general entity "dn" >> >> …rn:btih:1f739d93567

Re: ox.html causes w3c xhtml validation

2020-03-15 Thread Colin Baxter
There is no error using org-mode built in the emacs-28.0.50 so it does look as if commit 68fa5e589f00c8d5b4f7f0dc70be6ebe59238bb8 is the culprit. Is it only me using http://validator.w3.org/check? Best wishes, -- Colin Baxter www.Colin-Baxter.com

ox.html causes w3c xhtml validation

2020-03-15 Thread Colin Baxter
he culprit is commit 68fa5e589f00c8d5b4f7f0dc70be6ebe59238bb8, 11 Feb. Is it possible to fix this? Best wishes, Colin Baxter www.Colin-Baxter.com

Making info gives error

2020-02-11 Thread Colin Baxter
/redknight/git/org-mode/doc' mk/targets.mk:127: recipe for target 'info' failed make: *** [info] Error 2 Best wishes. Colin. -- Colin Baxter www.Colin-Baxter.com

Table alignment documentation

2020-02-02 Thread Colin Baxter
I notice in https://orgmode.org/manual/Column-width-and-alignment.html that a footnote says table centering does not work in emacs but only when exported to html. This does not seem to be correct as shown in below screen shot. Perhaps I am missing something. Best wishes, Colin.

Re: org-deadline-warning-days per file

2019-12-31 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Nick Dokos writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> I have my org-deadline-warning-days set to 60 via >> >> #+begin_src elisp (setq org-deadline-warning-days 60) #+end_src >> >> in my ~/.emacs. How can I set it individua

org-deadline-warning-days per file

2019-12-29 Thread Colin Baxter
I have my org-deadline-warning-days set to 60 via #+begin_src elisp (setq org-deadline-warning-days 60) #+end_src in my ~/.emacs. How can I set it individually for each deadline in an org-mode file? Thanks. -- Colin Baxter www.Colin-Baxter.com

Re: Org export to HTML with encrypted information ??

2019-11-29 Thread Colin Baxter
etc., so that my family has all the I would strongly advise against including any financial or medical information. All encryption is breakable given adequate resources. I suggest that you would be providing sufficient motivation for someone to garner those resources. -- Colin Baxter www.Colin-Baxter.com

Re: [O] Is there any orgmode ChangeLog workalike (with enhancements)?

2019-09-25 Thread Colin Baxter
the your version of org-mode, you may get a depreciation warning on file+datetree. If you do then change it to file+olp+datetree. Best wishes, -- Colin Baxter www.Colin-Baxter.com - GnuPG

Re: [O] Some whitespace stripped from emacs-lisp value in src blocks making it unreadable in certain cases

2019-09-10 Thread Colin Baxter
er output > formatting with other versions in use, please report. I get the same formatting error as you and I am using emacs-26.3 with org-mode version 9.2.6. Best wishes, -- Colin Baxter www.Colin-Baxter.com signature.asc Description: PGP signature

Re: [O] pdf files with openwith only, and only this.

2019-07-04 Thread Colin Baxter
(setf (cdr (assoc "\\.pdf\\'" org-file-apps)) "evince %s") Yes, that works for me too. Best wishes, Colin Baxter www.Colin-Baxter.com

Re: [O] pdf files with openwith only, and only this.

2019-07-04 Thread Colin Baxter
'org-file-apps '("\\.pdf\\'" . "xpdf %s" works for me. I assumed just changing xpdf to evince would be sufficient. Something more subtle may be happening. Best wishes, Colin Baxter www.Colin-Baxter.com

Re: [O] pdf files with openwith only, and only this.

2019-07-04 Thread Colin Baxter
(add-to-list 'org-file-apps '("\\.pdf\\'" . "evince %s" Best wishes, Colin Baxter www.Colin-Baxter.com

Re: [O] switch off validate - how?

2019-05-20 Thread Colin Baxter
ot; as a local variable on a per file basis. However, where I have customised a multi-line variable is for `org-html-footnotes-section'. I removed the default setting of a colon after `Footnotes'. This always struck me as odd, a house-style too far almost, since other headings do not end with a punctuation mark. Thanks for your help. Best wishes, -- Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com

Re: [O] switch off validate - how?

2019-05-20 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear Nick, >>>>> Nick Dokos writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> Hello, >> >> In exporting to html, how do I switch off the `validate' link at >> the bottom of the html file? I can't seem to find any appropriate >> variabl

[O] switch off validate - how?

2019-05-20 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello, In exporting to html, how do I switch off the `validate' link at the bottom of the html file? I can't seem to find any appropriate variable. Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com

Re: [O] Arithmetic range error

2019-02-08 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> "Kyle" == Kyle Meyer writes: Kyle> Nicolas Goaziou writes: >> Colin Baxter writes: >> >>> I can now confirm that if the above commit is reversed then my >>> Arithmetic range error disappears. >>>

Re: [O] Arithmetic range error

2019-02-07 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Kyle Meyer writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> Publishing an org file today, the html output looks ok but I get >> the compilation error: >> >> Arithmetic range error: "floor", 1549541220.7500212

Re: [O] Arithmetic range error

2019-02-07 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> "Colin" == Colin Baxter writes: >>>>> Kyle Meyer writes: >> Colin Baxter writes: >>> Publishing an org file today, the html output looks ok but I get >>> the compilation error: >>> >&

Re: [O] Arithmetic range error

2019-02-07 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Kyle Meyer writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> Publishing an org file today, the html output looks ok but I get >> the compilation error: >> >> Arithmetic range error: "floor", 1549541220.7500212

[O] Arithmetic range error

2019-02-07 Thread Colin Baxter
ime-of-src' in the file `ox-publish.el', its not obvious to me where the error is coming from. Ditto after looking in NEWS and the git commit logs. Can anyone help? Best wishes, Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com

Re: [O] Tracking Tags ??

2019-01-23 Thread Colin Baxter
etup must be very simple because I find just 'grep -irn .' is sufficient. Best wishes, Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com - GnuPG fingerprint: 68A8 799C 0230 16E7 BF68

Re: [O] Tracking Tags ??

2019-01-23 Thread Colin Baxter
gt; Is there any tools for this? -- David Maybe I'm old-fashioned, but what's wrong with just using grep? Best wishes, Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com - GnuPG fingerprint: 68A8 799

Re: [O] Displaying inline svg images

2019-01-09 Thread Colin Baxter
lining. > All good now. No problem - I echo Eric's sentiments. We've all been there. Best wishes, -- Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com

Re: [O] Displaying inline svg images

2019-01-09 Thread Colin Baxter
d also try > running my example on Emacs 26.1. If it helps, I tested your file using emacs-26.1 and ImageMagick 6.8.9-9. Best wishes, -- Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com

Re: [O] Displaying inline svg images

2019-01-09 Thread Colin Baxter
aybe something has changed? > -- Eric S Fraga via Emacs 27.0.50, Org release_9.1.14-1035-gfeb442 Works fine for me too and I'm using Org mode version 9.2 (release_9.2-152-gc006a6). Best wishes, -- Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com

Re: [O] cannot export to beamer.

2018-12-15 Thread Colin Baxter
’ > This sounds to me like you are using the latex exporter, rather > than the beamer one. > After > (require 'ox-beamer) I don't have this, only ox-latex - which appears to be sufficient. I can export the example no problem. Best wishes, Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com

Re: [O] Where is org-mime?

2018-12-10 Thread Colin Baxter
load-path and then require it. > This is what I did. > But I’m seeing everywhere org-mime is inside org-contrib… so is > this not true? That must be an old version. It's not in org-mode version 9.1.14. Best wish

Re: [O] Bug: Link given to gnuplot-mode is out of date [9.1.9 (release_9.1.9-65-g5e4542 @ /nix/store/x7b40y4pxp69h343akhaj4fb9fspacdq-emacs-26.1.50/share/emacs/26.1.50/lisp/org/)]

2018-11-24 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear Nicolas >>>>> Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Hello, Colin Baxter writes: >> Hi, >>>>>>> Gemini Lasswell writes: >> >> > In the "Requirements" section of ob-gnuplot.el's header >> comment

Re: [O] Bug: Link given to gnuplot-mode is out of date [9.1.9 (release_9.1.9-65-g5e4542 @ /nix/store/x7b40y4pxp69h343akhaj4fb9fspacdq-emacs-26.1.50/share/emacs/26.1.50/lisp/org/)]

2018-11-24 Thread Colin Baxter
Hi, > Gemini Lasswell writes: > In the "Requirements" section of ob-gnuplot.el's header comment, > the link given for gnuplot-mode no longer works. The same broken > link is also present in org-manual.org. > Since gnuplot-mode is available on MELPA, I think the most helpful

Re: [O] Change default value of org-refile-use-outline-path?

2018-11-22 Thread Colin Baxter
> Eric Abrahamsen writes: > Hello, I wonder if there'd be any interest in changing the default > value of `org-refile-use-outline-path' to something other than > nil? I can't imagine the nil default would be anyone's preference > (at least not anyone with more than a handful

Re: [O] OT: gmane seems to be back

2018-10-31 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Robert Pluim writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >>>>>>> Nick Dokos writes: >> >> > Achim Gratz writes: >> Am 30.10.2018 um >> 16:57 schrieb Nick Dokos: >>> For a couple of weeks, I had not &g

Re: [O] OT: gmane seems to be back

2018-10-31 Thread Colin Baxter
> Nick Dokos writes: > Achim Gratz writes: >> Am 30.10.2018 um 16:57 schrieb Nick Dokos: >>> For a couple of weeks, I had not been able to connect to gmane, >>> so I finally gave up and changed my preferences so that I could >>> receive the email from the list. I have

[O] org--string-from-props

2018-10-26 Thread Colin Baxter
I think there may be an issue with commit b886ebbc8924916c1e36df00639b3208a1c155a2. Using tables, I now get an error: org--string-from-props: Un-handled `display' value: (space :width 1) which goes away when I revert the commit. Best wishes,

Re: [O] org-mode: Would like to add custom chars as org-list bullets

2018-10-25 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Grant Rettke writes: > On Sat, Oct 13, 2018 at 1:56 AM Colin Baxter wrote: >> >> >>>>> Tom Burbage writes: >> >> > When I use simple lists, I would like to be able to mix in '!' >> and >

Re: [O] org-mode: Would like to add custom chars as org-list bullets

2018-10-13 Thread Colin Baxter
> Tom Burbage writes: > When I use simple lists, I would like to be able to mix in '!' and > '?' with '-' as these are sometimes more expressive of what the > list item represents. My request is that the list of characters > org-list recognizes as being a valid "bullet" be

Re: [O] Documentation in ePub Format

2018-09-12 Thread Colin Baxter
There must be something here I don't understand. If you want epub why not just go from org-manual.org directly to epub using https://github.com/ofosos/ox-epub? Why do we need to go via texi? Best wishes,

Re: [O] Recovering org-completion-use-ido functionality

2018-09-04 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear Ben > ben lamothe writes: > Thanks for the suggestion. I did try out > `ido-completing-read-plus`, but it's too aggressive for me. It > tries to enable ido *everywhere*, including the interface for > `M-x`. I just want to enable it for org-mode specific >

Re: [O] Recovering org-completion-use-ido functionality

2018-09-03 Thread Colin Baxter
> ben lamothe writes: > I've been able to implement the functionality I wanted using a > buffer-local variable in an org-mode hook: >> >> (defun bl/completion-use-ido () "Set the current buffer's >> completing read engine to IDO." (setq-local >>

Re: [O] Recovering org-completion-use-ido functionality

2018-09-03 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear Ben, > ben lamothe writes: > I've been able to implement the functionality I wanted using a > buffer-local variable in an org-mode hook: >> >> (defun bl/completion-use-ido () "Set the current buffer's >> completing read engine to IDO." (setq-local >>

Re: [O] Request - make comments `bracket-dumb'

2018-08-08 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear Alain, >>>>> Alain Cochard writes: > Colin Baxter writes on Mon 6 Aug 2018 11:13: >> >> If I launch emacs -q, create an org-mode file and enter a comment >> as >> >> # Blah blah [[bib:blah]] blah blah. >>

[O] Request - make comments `bracket-dumb'

2018-08-06 Thread Colin Baxter
highlighted, as if it were active. Both pairs of brackets disappear if `bib:blah' is not present. This seems to me to be contrary to what a Comment should be - namely a piece of wholly dumb text. Could this not be achieved? Best wishes, Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com

Re: [O] org-collector

2018-06-28 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> "Nicolas" == Nicolas Goaziou writes: Nicolas> Hello, Colin Baxter writes: >> I do not want any output fields of the tables generated by >> org-collector to show double quotes ("). To achieve this, I >> changed the st

[O] org-collector

2018-06-28 Thread Colin Baxter
to do this other than my clumsy, cargo-cult effort? Thank you. Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com - GnuPG fingerprint: 68A8 799C 0230 16E7 BF68 2A27 BBFA 2492 91F5 41C8 -

Re: [O] does this pandoc error look familiar to anybody?

2018-03-19 Thread Colin Baxter
> Adonay Felipe Nogueira writes: snip > Good academic and writting practice tells that headings shouldn't > be more than four levels deep. In LaTeX (which is used for PDF > export), and its default `article' class, you can

Re: [O] ox-bibtex

2018-01-10 Thread Colin Baxter
I've overlooked the fact that ox-bibtex is in contribs of org-mode git. Perhaps it never was in the main lisp directory of org-mode. It does seem a rather basic package though. Best wishes.

[O] ox-bibtex

2018-01-10 Thread Colin Baxter
It seems that the emacs-26.0.90 pretest, which uses org-version 9.1.2, does not contain ox-bibtex. I thought ox-bibtex was introduced at org-version 8.2. Best wishes.

Re: [O] Git repository error

2017-12-20 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Robert Klein <rokl...@roklein.de> writes: > Hi guys, I removed old git-daemon processes and restartet the git > daemon. > Does it work better, now? Yes, it does. I have just updated successfully with an old school 'git pull'. Thanks. --

Re: [O] Git repository error

2017-12-18 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Nick Dokos <ndo...@gmail.com> writes: > Colin Baxter <m43...@yandex.com> writes: >>>>>>> Nick Dokos <ndo...@gmail.com> writes: >> >> > I get the same results as Detlef: git pull git remote update

Re: [O] Git repository error

2017-12-18 Thread Colin Baxter
`git remote update' when the remote is the http > version, succeeds as well. Not here, "git clone http://orgmode.org/org-mode.git; just hangs with Cloning into 'org-mode'... never completing. -- Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com

Re: [O] Git repository error

2017-12-18 Thread Colin Baxter
llowing questions lead to a better understanding. > What about performing a plain > git pull > instead of make update? > What about a fresh git clone? I've just entered "git pull" and I get the same "Conn

Re: [O] org-archive will not compile

2017-12-04 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Colin Baxter <m43...@yandex.com> writes: > Hello, As of org-version: 9.1.3 (release_9.1.3-226-g0c6917), > org-archive.el will not compile: > org-archive.el:183:1:Error: Invalid read syntax: "." Please ignore this, I had a locally corru

[O] org-archive will not compile

2017-12-04 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello, As of org-version: 9.1.3 (release_9.1.3-226-g0c6917), org-archive.el will not compile: org-archive.el:183:1:Error: Invalid read syntax: "." Best wishes, -- Colin Baxter - GnuPG fingerprint: 68A8 799C 0230

Re: [O] How to log changes to orgmode files?

2017-11-29 Thread Colin Baxter
ages "gitinfo2" and "mVersion" might be what you want. Beware that gitinfo2 sometimes conflicts with the options "usenames" and "dvipsnames" for packages "color" and "xcolor". Best wishes. -- Colin Baxter m43...@yandex.com

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