Norman Tovey-Walsh writes: > Garrett Rolfs writes: >> Executing C-u C-x = on a space in this area indicates there is no face >> defined. So I suspect the answer is currently no. > > I don’t know if this is useful feedback, but I’m running Org-mode > version 9.3.7 and in my properties drawers, the keywords are in > org-special-keyword face and the values are in org-property-value face. Thank you. Both are fixed width. I'm wrestling with the space in between. With differing length property names I was hoping to be able to have my proprieties drawer look something like: :PROPERTIES: :header-args::var service_host="api.github.com" :header-args+: :var repo_source="repos/myid/myrepo" :header-args:restclient: :var accept="Accept: application/json" :END: However the spaces between org-special-keyword and org-property-value are a different width. I can get close but things look a little squiggly. This is a very minor issue. Thanks for the feedback!
I'm experimenting using proportional width fonts for prose portions of my org file. I have found resources showing how to configure fixed width fonts for code blocks, property values, etc. This is a nit-picky question, but is there a way in a properties drawer to have fixed width spacing in the area between the org-special-keyword and the org-property-value? I have both faces configured to be fixed width, but I cannot align the property values because this area is proportional. Executing C-u C-x = on a space in this area indicates there is no face defined. So I suspect the answer is currently no. Thank you. -Garrett