Re: [O] orgstruct: broken global visibility cycling, when in comments

2013-06-20 Thread Nathaniel Cunningham
Thanks to Christopher Schmidt for solving my problem:

On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 11:30 PM, Nathaniel Cunningham 
nathaniel.cunning...@gmail.com wrote:

 I'm attempting to use orgstruct minor mode in emacs-lisp-mode (org 8.0.3
 in recent Aquamacs and in vanilla Emacs 24.3.1).  I find:
 - cycling an individual headline using tab key works fine
 - global cycling via S-Tab (when on a headline) to more expanded
 visibility (e.g. OVERVIEW -- CONTENTS or CONTENTS -- SHOW ALL) works fine
 - global cycling via S-Tab (when on a headline) to more limited visibility
 fails without error (echo area still reports OVERVIEW or CONTENTS, etc.)

 I have orgstruct-heading-prefix-regexp set to ^;;.

Note that this value for the prefix (actually the version with a space,
^;; ) is suggested by the Org manual for version 8.0.3

Christopher pointed out that orgstruct-mode implicitly starts the real
regexp that is used for headline matching with a ^.  Your additional ^
breaks the regexp.
I verify that setting orgstruct-heading-prefix-regexp to ;; (or ;; 
with a space) solves the problem.

Thank you Christopher!
--Nathaniel


[O] orgstruct: broken global visibility cycling, when in comments

2013-06-14 Thread Nathaniel Cunningham
I'm attempting to use orgstruct minor mode in emacs-lisp-mode (org 8.0.3 in
recent Aquamacs and in vanilla Emacs 24.3.1).  I find:
- cycling an individual headline using tab key works fine
- global cycling via S-Tab (when on a headline) to more expanded visibility
(e.g. OVERVIEW -- CONTENTS or CONTENTS -- SHOW ALL) works fine
- global cycling via S-Tab (when on a headline) to more limited visibility
fails without error (echo area still reports OVERVIEW or CONTENTS, etc.)

I have orgstruct-heading-prefix-regexp set to ^;;.
Example buffer contents that fail global cycling to narrower scope:

;; Testcase for orgstruct-mode in emacs-lisp-mode
;;* top level headline 1
;;** 2nd level headline A
(setq var2 value2)
;;** 2nd level headline B
(setq var3 value3)
;;** 2nd level headline C
(setq var4 value4)
;;* top level headline 2
(setq var5 value5)

I find no trouble with global cycling if I remove the ;; comment
characters in all headlines and set orgstruct-heading-prefix-regexp to nil.

I suspect this is a bug; but perhaps I'm doing something wrong?  Thanks for
any help.

Cheers,
Nathaniel


Re: [O] Org-mode latex pdf export issue: Underlined lines not breaking properly

2013-06-06 Thread Nathaniel Cunningham
Suvayu Ali fatkasuvayu+linux at gmail.com writes:

 
 Org mode
 translates _underlined text_ to \underline{underlined text}, however if
 you read the TeX.sx question referenced below you will see that it
 doesn't support line breaks and the TeX community recommends \uline{..}
 from the ulem package.
 
   http://TeX.stackexchange.com/a/13382/4416

The \ul{..} command from the soul package also supports underlining across
line breaks.
*And soul is included by default in org's list of loaded latex packages* -- see
org-latex-default-packages-alist.

Therefore it would be painless for org users if \underline in
org-latex-text-markup-alist were replaced with \ul -- and it would provide
more complete support of underlining!  

Thanks,
Nathaniel




[O] How to markup verbatim code including = and ~?

2013-03-02 Thread Nathaniel Cunningham
I'd like to incorporate some scraps of code in an org file.  These scraps
include both ~ and =, the markers for verbatim text and code.

I used customize-variable org-emphasis-alist to change the symbols to mark
verbatim text, but without success; adding unusual symbols broke LaTeX
export of the org file, and swapping the underline and verbatim symbols had
no effect (code marked _like so_ was still underlined instead of made
verbatim).

Advice would be appreciated!
Thanks,
Nathaniel

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Re: [O] How to markup verbatim code including = and ~?

2013-03-02 Thread Nathaniel Cunningham
Alright, I solved my own problem.
I was able to get verbatim working with a unicode symbol (√) as delimeter,
by editing both org-emphasis-alist and org-export-latex-emphasis-alist.
Cheers!
--Nathaniel


On Sat, Mar 2, 2013 at 5:05 PM, Nathaniel Cunningham 
nathaniel.cunning...@gmail.com wrote:

 I'd like to incorporate some scraps of code in an org file.  These scraps
 include both ~ and =, the markers for verbatim text and code.

 I used customize-variable org-emphasis-alist to change the symbols to mark
 verbatim text, but without success; adding unusual symbols broke LaTeX
 export of the org file, and swapping the underline and verbatim symbols had
 no effect (code marked _like so_ was still underlined instead of made
 verbatim).

 Advice would be appreciated!
 Thanks,
 Nathaniel

 p.s. I don't subscribe to this list, so please include my email in
 reponses. Thanks!



[O] repeated underscores and subscript woes

2013-01-09 Thread Nathaniel Cunningham
Hello,
I use org-mode (currently v7.9.3) to build materials for the courses I
teach.  I tend to use repeated underscores to indicate a blank, e.g.:
1) Fill in the ___.

Unfortunately, org-mode treats these as *successive* subscript requests,
and the text that follows is severely disrupted when exported via LaTeX.
 The local or global setting of `org-export-with-sub-superscripts' does not
seem to affect this behavior.

It seems appropriate that:
- no subscripting should occur in the above case
when `org-export-with-sub-superscripts' is set to nil or {}; and
- repeated underscores without any braces should probably not ever trigger
subscripting on export.

Thanks for all the continued work on org-mode!

--Nathaniel


Re: [Orgmode] searchable refcard?

2008-11-28 Thread Nathaniel Cunningham
Sebastian,
Thanks for the link to the refcard source.  The s p a c e s problem only
arose when I used the tex--dvi--ps--pdf route in landscape geometry;
portrait geometry didn't have this problem, but of course the text didn't
fit the paper size, either.  pdftex worked just fine, after I added
\pdfpageheight 8.5in
\pdfpagewidth 11.0in
to the .tex file to get landscape geometry.

The idea of an org reference in org-mode sounds useful.  Thanks for the
file, Alan.

--Nathaniel

On Thu, Nov 27, 2008 at 4:07 AM, Sebastian Rose [EMAIL PROTECTED]wrote:

 Hi Nathaniel,


 I don't know what causes this trouble, but I faced this sometimes with
 LaTeX generated PDFs. Might be an encoding problem or what ever.


 The LaTeX sources are available at repo.or.cz, as is the entire Org-mode
 package:


 http://repo.or.cz/w/org-mode.git?a=blob;f=doc/orgcard.tex;h=8e2cbe0d76f9b71997c106982911b144ed5eff2f;hb=HEAD


 Regards,

   Sebastian


 Nathaniel Cunningham [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
  Greetings,
  I can't search the PDF version of the org-mode refcard (in a couple of
  different apps on Mac OS X).  I can match single-character strings, and
 it
  appears that my reader apps see spaces between e v e r y s i n g l e c h
 a r
  a c t e r, which causes my trouble.  (Not a typical problem I have with
  these apps.)
 
  Is a more search-friendly version, or the (presumably LaTeX) source, of
 the
  refcard available?
 
  Cheers,
  Nathaniel
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[Orgmode] searchable refcard?

2008-11-27 Thread Nathaniel Cunningham
Greetings,
I can't search the PDF version of the org-mode refcard (in a couple of
different apps on Mac OS X).  I can match single-character strings, and it
appears that my reader apps see spaces between e v e r y s i n g l e c h a r
a c t e r, which causes my trouble.  (Not a typical problem I have with
these apps.)

Is a more search-friendly version, or the (presumably LaTeX) source, of the
refcard available?

Cheers,
Nathaniel
[please include me  ( [EMAIL PROTECTED] ) on any replies, as
I'm not a member of this list]
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