bug#45091: 27.1; M-x org-table-paste-rectangle

2021-01-15 Thread João Távora
41329af259273fe604dc4f8669fbd8a > git bisect bad bd95d66ae97f3dcfe73b972de935e27e434e49be > git bisect bad 5b45c269cda09fe46e110adb6f6767040f4ade59 > git bisect good 0e774d4f355b4f12a625da5ca9602d1ba876bcc1 > 5b45c269cda09fe46e110adb6f6767040f4ade59 is the first bad commit > ``` > > > -- João Távora

bug#45091: 27.1; M-x org-table-paste-rectangle

2020-12-20 Thread João Távora
gt; > I appreciate if the problem would be fixed. Are you familiar with `git bisect`? It's a bit of work, but it usually points to the culprit commit. Emacs history is very good. I don't have time for this right now, but maybe you have? It's a question of compiling Emacs methodically and then testing your recipe each time. João Távora

bug#45091: 27.1; M-x org-table-paste-rectangle

2020-12-09 Thread João Távora
> I apologize that the file I posted is NG. Please try the following file > as shown below. Thanks, now I did reproduce... something. I get the "Marker does not point anywhere" error you describe, but also mentions to other broken functionality, not only the "antiblink": Error in

bug#45091: 27.1; M-x org-table-paste-rectangle

2020-12-09 Thread João Távora
João Távora writes: > I'll keep investigating: I still don't know which marker the message > is referring to. It could be antiblink's marker, but it could be > anything else. > > João I've now reproduced after setting (setq jit-lock-antiblink-grace nil) Which turns of