Re: Bug: xxx [9.3 (9.3-8-geab7c4-elpa @ c:/Users/Scott/.emacs.d/elpa/org-20191209/)]

2019-12-16 Thread Scott Otterson
Hi Nicolas, Thanks for the help. Scott On Mon, Dec 16, 2019 at 8:22 AM Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > Hello, > > Scott Otterson writes: > > > A function I wrote a few months ago is now failing because it's unable > > to find the org function "org-at-target-p"

where is org-at-target-p ?

2019-12-15 Thread Scott Otterson
For years, I've used the function, org-at-target-p to detect when the cursor is on a dedicated target. Recently, org-at-target-p disappeared from elpa -- for example, it's not in the org.el included in org-plus-contrib-20191209. Was its removal intentional, and if so, is there a new function

Re: [O] org-open-at-point fails on internal links

2017-10-10 Thread Scott Otterson
drop the list in your replies.] > > > > -- Forwarded message -- > From: Kyle Meyer <k...@kyleam.com> > To: Scott Otterson <sco...@sharpleaf.org>, Nicolas Goaziou < > m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> > Cc: > Bcc: > Date: Mon, 09 Oct 2017 14:32:00 -

Re: [O] org-open-at-point fails on internal links

2017-10-09 Thread Scott Otterson
> Scott Otterson <sco...@sharpleaf.org> writes: > >> When I click on an internal link to an anchor, I get the error message: >> >> "Wrong type argument: number-or-marker-p" The problem has something do do with org-mouse.el -- if I go to Emacs cust

[O] org-open-at-point fails on internal links

2017-10-07 Thread Scott Otterson
When I click on an internal link to an anchor, I get the error message: "Wrong type argument: number-or-marker-p" The same happens if I type C-c C-o on the link. This is mapped to org-open-at-point, which should handle internal links. However, if I type C-c o on the link, then the cursor goes

Re: [O] org-meta-return not on M-RET

2017-09-17 Thread Scott Otterson
The purpose of the M-RET binding is to allow quick splitting of long headlines generated during rapid brainstorming e.g. * Common pets are cats and dogs Can be quickly converted using M-RET to: * Common pets are * cats and * dogs This is a short distance from * Common pets * cats * dogs

Re: [O] How do you store web pages for reference?

2017-01-16 Thread Scott Otterson
I use Evernote, which has handy annotation, tagging, and search functions. The offline desktop client also has a "Copy URL" button, which puts the Evernote server location where you stored the page into your clipboard. I paste that into an org-mode link. If you're on Linux, you can copy the URL

[O] Heading named "Footnotes" is deleted from export

2016-12-15 Thread Scott Otterson
This is interesting. A heading named "Footnotes" will be deleted from the export result (html, latex,...). --- example.org: Do "C-c C-e h o" or whatever on it -- * Heading 1 * Footnotes * Heading 3

Re: [O] Multiple underscores crash org latex export; other exporters survive

2016-12-12 Thread Scott Otterson
Thanks to Nicolas and Scott for your painstaking efforts. At least for me, a fine stopgap measure is to simply avoid Latex crashes for orgmode contents that are not explicitly Latex. Sometime after that, it would be ideal to produce similar output for all export types, insofar as that's

Re: [O] Multiple underscores crash org latex export; other exporters survive

2016-12-05 Thread Scott Otterson
Yes, there's a general question of how to escape multiple underscores. But there's a bigger question too: Should an org-doc that runs fine in other exporters cause a messy-to-debug crash when it's exported to Latex? Is that the Pandoc-like behavior that orgmode seems to be aiming for? I love

Re: [O] Latex export fails for plain lists deeper than four, works for html

2016-12-05 Thread Scott Otterson
<m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> wrote: > Hello, > > Scott Otterson <sco...@sharpleaf.org> writes: > > > If a plain list has more than four levels, org-mode will produce latex > that > > crashes. See attached. On the other hand, html export works fine, even > &

Re: [O] Bug: Latex export fails with link in headline

2016-12-05 Thread Scott Otterson
wrote: > Hello, > > Scott Otterson <sco...@sharpleaf.org> writes: > > > Could you please check the .tex output you got when exported my .org file > > example (attached again)? In the .tex I get (also attached), it's clear > > that org-mode has forgotten to esc

[O] Multiple underscores crash org latex export; other exporters survive

2016-12-03 Thread Scott Otterson
When an org file contains a string with more than one underscore, the orgmode export result will crash latex (example attached). On the other hand, the org html export does finish successfully, and while result is odd, it's odd in a way that makes the problem visible and easy to identify. Many

[O] Latex export fails for plain lists deeper than four, works for html

2016-12-03 Thread Scott Otterson
If a plain list has more than four levels, org-mode will produce latex that crashes. See attached. On the other hand, html export works fine, even for much deeper lists. In a large org file, this export error is pretty time consuming for a naive user (me) to isolate, so I'd like to suggest

Re: [O] Bug: Latex export fails with link in headline

2016-12-03 Thread Scott Otterson
make a pdf. Do you see something different? Thanks, Scott On Tue, Nov 29, 2016 at 1:57 PM, Scott Otterson <sco...@sharpleaf.org> wrote: > Very strange. I moved to a different Windows machine, totally reinstalled > elpa/melpa, and the tmp.org file that emailed the list still faile

Re: [O] Bug: Latex preview overlay scaling not consistent across PPI

2016-11-30 Thread Scott Otterson
Thanks Nicolas, I'd like to test your fix but I'm a github newbie (*). Where did you check it in? I don't know if it's melpa or elpa, or if the fix is in a personal account or something official. Is there a standard way everybody contributes their fixes? Scott (*) For the same reason, I

[O] Bug: Latex preview overlay scaling not consistent across PPI

2016-11-30 Thread Scott Otterson
The size of the latex preview overlay scaling is inconsistent across screens with different pixel densities. I've set my customization to use dvipng for the latex previews I see when I type C-c C-x C-l. Dvipng is customized as follows: [image: Inline image 1] The "Value" is set to (1.0 . 1.0),

[O] Bug: Latex export fails with link in headline

2016-11-28 Thread Scott Otterson
Latex export sometimes fails when I put a link in a headline Usually, links in headlines work fine but below is an example that doesn't (error message in emacs buffer attached); If I remove the link, the export is successful. -- tmp.org

[O] Bug: Capital lettered plain lists export as numbered

2016-11-27 Thread Scott Otterson
In my org file, I have ordered capital lettered plain lists like this: A. Item A B. Item B a. subitem a b. submitem b C. Item C But when I export them to a pdf via latex, they look like this: 1. Item A 2. Item B (a) subitem a (b) submitem b 3. Item C Is this a bug or is it

Re: [O] Bug: Windows-unfriendly filename in org-preview-latex-process-alist customization

2016-11-27 Thread Scott Otterson
Happy to try it out. Should I expect the change on elpa/org sometime soon? Scott On Sun, Nov 27, 2016 at 12:12 PM, Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> wrote: > Hello, > > Scott Otterson <sco...@sharpleaf.org> writes: > > > Thanks Fabrice. After more exper

Re: [O] Bug: Windows-unfriendly filename in org-preview-latex-process-alist customization

2016-11-26 Thread Scott Otterson
PM, Fabrice Popineau < fabrice.popin...@supelec.fr> wrote: > > > 2016-11-26 16:41 GMT+01:00 Scott Otterson <sco...@sharpleaf.org>: > >> In my Windows build of emacs, when I put the cursor in a latex equation >> and run >> >> M-x org-toggle-latex

[O] Bug: Windows-unfriendly filename in org-preview-latex-process-alist customization

2016-11-26 Thread Scott Otterson
In my Windows build of emacs, when I put the cursor in a latex equation and run M-x org-toggle-latex-fragment then things chug along for a second but then fail. In the *Org Preview LaTex Output* buffer, I see the message: This is dvipng 1.15 Copyright 2002-2015 Jan-Ake Larsson [1 dvipng:

[O] org-store-link broken for bibtex file

2013-09-30 Thread Scott Otterson
Hi, I've just updated to emacs 24.3.1 and org-mode 8.2, and the very useful org-store-link function is now broken. For years, I've been inserting bibtex file links into my org files with this simple procedure: 1. Put cursor on an article in a bibtex file 2. C-c l 3. Put cursor in org file

Re: [O] org-store-link broken for bibtex file

2013-09-30 Thread Scott Otterson
, Sep 30, 2013 at 5:16 PM, Scott Otterson sco...@sharpleaf.orgwrote: Hi, I've just updated to emacs 24.3.1 and org-mode 8.2, and the very useful org-store-link function is now broken. For years, I've been inserting bibtex file links into my org files with this simple procedure: 1. Put cursor

[O] Feature request: hide target brackets

2011-11-19 Thread Scott Otterson
Targets and radio targets are great for ensuring that internal hyperlinks go to the right place in your org document. The problem with them, though, is that they clutter up the text, making it less readable. Attempts to get around this problem cause more problems. For example, to avoid the

Re: [O] ascii export problem/bug?

2011-04-14 Thread Scott Otterson
, 2011 at 8:08 AM, Scott Otterson sco...@sharpleaf.org wrote: When I start emacs and then edit an org file, ascii export fails (M-x org-export [return key] a). No export file is created and I see the following message: Autoloading failed to define function org-export-as-ascii

[O] ascii export problem/bug?

2011-04-13 Thread Scott Otterson
When I start emacs and then edit an org file, ascii export fails (M-x org-export [return key] a). No export file is created and I see the following message: Autoloading failed to define function org-export-as-ascii But if I type: M-x org-customize then export works. The other way I

[Orgmode] feature request: C-k safety

2010-06-01 Thread Scott Otterson
For what must be the dozenth time, I've just accidentally deleted a large tree by typing C-k while in a headline. This is really easy to do because emacs users have C-k deletes to the end of the line worn deeply into their neural pathways -- it's so automatic for me that the keystroke is close to

[Orgmode] Feature request: hide target brackets

2010-03-18 Thread Scott Otterson
Targets and radio targets are great for making sure internal links go to the right place in your org document. The problem with them, though, is that they clutter up the text, making it less readable. So, here's my feature request: Hide the target angle brackets in the same way that square

Re: [Orgmode] Org-mode version 6.30d; Hide stars

2009-09-04 Thread Scott Otterson
I also see this problem. In addition, links are rendered in plain text instead of being hidden. I'm using emacs 23 on OS X. Scott Carsten Dominic wrote: Hi, I cannot reproduce this. - Carsten ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Remember: use

Re: [Orgmode] bugs in C-*

2009-01-22 Thread Scott Otterson
Thanks, Carsten. Not only is this a bug fix, it's a nice improvement that increases consistency with other org operations. I think it's fine touches like this that make org mode so intuitive. Scott On Jan 21, 2009, at 9:43 AM, Carsten Dominik wrote: Hi, following this thread, I have

Re: [Orgmode] structure editing in brainstorming mode

2008-12-29 Thread Scott Otterson
On 12/29/2008 9:00 AM, Matthew Lundin m...@imapmail.org wrote: ... "Rustom Mody" rustompm...@gmail.com writes: .. 2. Converting heading type C-c - or S-left/right should do the trick. This does replace '+' or whatever with '*' but it doesn't add the leading stars, turning a

[Orgmode] bugs in C-*

2008-12-29 Thread Scott Otterson
I just discovered the very handy C-* function -- I've been converting lists to headlines manually! But I also discovered a couple of bugs: If I select a region containing a plain list and then type C-*, org mode adds the leading stars but doesn't remove the plain list symbols, for example,

Re: [Orgmode] bugs in C-*

2008-12-29 Thread Scott Otterson
Yup, it's C-c *. Thanks for updating the FAQ so quickly! Scott On 12/29/2008 12:19 PM, Matthew Lundin wrote: ... I believe we've incorrectly typed the keybinding for org-ctrl-c-star. In the previous posts and subject line, C-* should be C-c *. Best, Matt

Re: [Orgmode] protecting ascii art

2008-09-06 Thread Scott Otterson
This great, but maybe it's not in the latest org version? In 6.06b, when I type C-c ', I get sent to ffap. This matches the comments in org-edit-special, which indicate that this is what will happen. Anyway, thanks for implementing this. Scott On 9/5/2008 2:58 PM, Carsten Dominik wrote:

Re: [Orgmode] protecting ascii art

2008-08-25 Thread Scott Otterson
Thanks! Yes, this does work, and I'll definitely use it. I wonder how hard it would be to automate those steps. Scott On 8/25/2008 5:26 PM, William Henney wrote: Hi Scott ... What seems to work is to first set aside some lines for your artistic creation, select them, and do C-x n n

Re: [Orgmode] protecting ascii art

2008-08-16 Thread Scott Otterson
Yeah, that's what I thought about #+BEGIN_QUOTE too. By the way, it would be lovely if it were possible to use emacs's built-in artist-mode: http://www.cinsk.org/emacs/emacs-artist.html to draw diagrams inside of an org mode buffer. Right now, hitting M-x artist-mode while already in

[Orgmode] protecting ascii art

2008-08-15 Thread Scott Otterson
Is there a way to protect text regions from org mode parsing? When I paste the following under an org mode headline: +---+ +-- future x ++ |predict| | +---+ x --|TDL +--| x |--+--| | ++ +---+

Re: [Orgmode] html that looks like org mode in emacs

2008-07-16 Thread Scott Otterson
Ted, Bastien and Carsten. Thanks for the tips! Of course, I'd forgotten that org-mode already had something built-in : #+OPTIONS: H:0 but org-jsinfo is also pretty cool. Finally, I'd never heard of htmlize.el This gets the colors right but misses links. Still, I will probably

[Orgmode] html that looks like org mode in emacs

2008-07-15 Thread Scott Otterson
Does anybody have a set of configurations that will produce exported html that looks like an org file when viewed inside of emacs? For example, I'd like to see this emacs orgmode buffer * heading 1 text for 1 ** heading 1.1 text for 1.1 ** heading 1.2 text for 1.2 * heading 2 *

Re: [Orgmode] bug in org-store-link

2008-02-27 Thread Scott Otterson
Yeah, I guess that instead of saying it was a small bug, I should have said that it's a bug of small consequence (for most users, but matters to me, least). The ambiguity problem you mention could be solved by matching more than one line. To keep the string stored in the org link short,

Re: [Orgmode] bug in org-store-link

2008-02-27 Thread Scott Otterson
Yes, starting with line numbers sounds like a good idea. So far, then, the suggestion in its full glory is: link storage include punctuation in matching pattern expand matching pattern outwards until matching uniqueness is assured across the whole file store

[Orgmode] bug in org-store-link

2008-02-26 Thread Scott Otterson
Small bug in org store link. To reproduce, put the cursor on line 1007 and run org-store-link. Then use the result to create a hyperlink in an org file, which for me looks like: [[file:~/lib/c/pkgs/quicknet/qnstrn.cc::ftr1_window_offset%20ftr1_window_len][call]] Then click on that

[Orgmode] Re: Release 5.22 (Carsten Dominik

2008-02-19 Thread Scott Otterson
Carsten Dominik wrote: - M-RET no longer brakes a line in the middle, it will make a new line after the current or (if cursor is at the beginning of the line) before the current line. I there a way to restore the old M-RET behavior? I use it all the time when brainstorming:

Re: [Orgmode] org-export-region-as-latex exports more than region

2008-02-08 Thread Scott Otterson
Oops, I forgot to attach my .org file. It's attached now. However, this bug may be fixed after the work of Nick and Bastien. I'll check it out on the next release. Scott Scott Otterson wrote: Huh, for me, both 'org-export-region-as-latex' and 'org-export-as-latex' export all the tables

Re: [Orgmode] org-export-region-as-latex exports more than region

2008-02-06 Thread Scott Otterson
or maybe my .emacs? Scott % Created 2008-02-06 Wed 11:32 \documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} \usepackage{hyperref} \title{* RUNS} \author{Scott Otterson} \date{06 February 2008} \begin{document} \maketitle \textbf{*} Updated to Xavi's

[Orgmode] org-export-region-as-latex exports more than region

2008-01-28 Thread Scott Otterson
Tables are one of the handiest org mode features, especially since I can export them into latex. But there's a small bug: If I select a single table in an org file, and then type: M-x org-export-region-as-latex org mode exports all tables in that file, plus some miscellaneous headlines.

[Orgmode] org-export-region-as-latex exports more than region

2008-01-28 Thread Scott Otterson
Tables are one of the handiest org mode features, especially since I can export them into latex. But there's a small bug: If I select a single table in an org file, and then type: M-x org-export-region-as-latex org mode exports all tables in that file, plus some miscellaneous headlines.

[Orgmode] up/down in tables

2007-12-30 Thread Scott Otterson
When I have the cursor in the middle of table and press the up or down key, the cursor moves up or down as expected, but it also goes to the left hand of the screen -- cumbersome when navigating wide tables, because you have to right-arrow back to the original column, if you can remember which

Re: [Orgmode] up/down in tables

2007-12-30 Thread Scott Otterson
figure out what sequence puts org mode into this state, I'll let you know. Scott Nick Dokos (12/30/2007 07:22 PM) wrote: Scott Otterson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When I have the cursor in the middle of table and press the up or down key, the cursor moves up or down as expected, but it

[Orgmode] emphasis customization error

2007-11-28 Thread Scott Otterson
While in the customization group Org Font Lock, I get this error message: scan error: unbalanced parenthesis, 22124, 47405 After I have set org hide emphasis markers to on and have clicked the set for current session button. I'm using emacs 22.1.1 and org 5.15 Scott

[Orgmode] sub-headline empahsis markers in 5.14

2007-11-27 Thread Scott Otterson
Now that the emphasis code has been simplified in 5.14, is it possible to go back and fix a lingering bug with emphasis and sub-headlines? The problem is that emphasis doesn't work if it's applied on the first ub-headline character. For example, emphasis fails for the first sub-headline

[Orgmode] Alt-rightArrow misses space

2007-07-11 Thread Scott Otterson
Just reporting a small bug in org-mode 5.02... In the outline between the dotted lines below, if I: * put the cursor at the end of TODO confidence overlaps: * hit M-ret * hit M-rightArrow A new subheadline under TODO confidence overlaps: is created, as expected. The problem is that the usual

[Orgmode] Re: Feature request: HTML table formatting

2007-04-28 Thread Scott Otterson
I'll agree with Daniel that sometimes, it's useful to have vertical table separators. Here's how I kind-of do it: | asdlfj | | alsjfdas | |+---+--| | alsdjf | | aqsljf | | asdljf | | asldjf | This is visible enough inside of org-mode and it yields a widish gap in

[Orgmode] feature request: org-table-import without temp files

2007-04-28 Thread Scott Otterson
Lately, I've been creating a lot of tables from text from text files containing a mix of English text and columnar data (the stuff I'm importing). This is pretty easy to do in org-mode: save the columnar data to a temporary file and then run M-x org-table-import. But it would be even easier

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Feature request: HTML table formatting

2007-04-27 Thread Scott Otterson
I'll agree with Daniel that sometimes, it's useful to have vertical table separators. Here's how I kind-of do it: | asdlfj | | alsjfdas | |+---+--| | alsdjf | | aqsljf | | asdljf | | asldjf | This is visible enough inside of org-mode and it yields a widish gap in exported

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Feature request: HTML table formatting

2007-04-27 Thread Scott Otterson
I'll agree with Daniel that sometimes, it's useful to have vertical table separators. Here's how I kind-of do it: | asdlfj | | alsjfdas | |+---+--| | alsdjf | | aqsljf | | asdljf | | asldjf | This is visible enough inside of org-mode and it yields a widish gap in exported

[Orgmode] feature request: org-table-import without temp files

2007-04-27 Thread Scott Otterson
Lately, I've been creating a lot of tables from text from text files containing a mix of English text and columnar data (the stuff I'm importing). This is pretty easy to do in org-mode: save the columnar data to a temporary file and then run M-x org-table-import. But it would be even easier if

[Orgmode] org-export gets mozilla; C-c C-o gets firefox

2007-03-14 Thread Scott Otterson
When I visit an org mode http link with C-c C-o, emacs opens up firefox and goes to that url. However, when I use: org-export b the Mozilla web browser pops up instead. This is on a Linux machine, org 4.68, and with the emacs variable browse-url-browser-function set to

[Orgmode] internal links don't match other links

2007-01-16 Thread Scott Otterson
In org-mode 4.61, internal links don't match on external link description text. Here's an example org file -- * head1 an internal link that should match the external link: [[BBC story]] * head2 [[http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/6262555.stm][BBC story]] * head3

Re: [Orgmode] link description -- selected text?

2007-01-16 Thread Scott Otterson
14, 2007, at 18:51, Scott Otterson wrote: Here's a feature request: If text is selected when the create link command is invoked (C-c C-l), then the selected text becomes the default contents for the link description mini-buffer. If no text is selected, the description mini-buffer is blank

Re: [Orgmode] internal links don't match other links

2007-01-16 Thread Scott Otterson
don't think this is worth your time! Scott Carsten Dominik (1/15/2007 1:21 PM) wrote: That is on purpose, or a link would always find itself. - Carsten On Jan 15, 2007, at 18:28, Scott Otterson wrote: In org-mode 4.61, internal links don't match on external link description text. Here's

[Orgmode] internal links don't match other links

2007-01-15 Thread Scott Otterson
In org-mode 4.61, internal links don't match on external link description text. Here's an example org file -- * head1 an internal link that should match the external link: [[BBC story]] * head2 [[http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/6262555.stm][BBC story]] * head3

[Orgmode] link description -- selected text?

2007-01-14 Thread Scott Otterson
Here's a feature request: If text is selected when the create link command is invoked (C-c C-l), then the selected text becomes the default contents for the link description mini-buffer. If no text is selected, the description mini-buffer is blank, as it is now. This would reduce

[Orgmode] Re: Add a space with M-left/right (Carsten Dominik)

2006-12-18 Thread Scott Otterson
Carsten, I can make this happen in the org file between the dashes: * headline1 * headline2 * headline3 --- If I put the cursor at the end of headline2 and then hit M-enter, M-rightArrow, the result is a new headline with no space between the

Re: [Emacs-orgmode] Re: [David O'Toole] Fwd: Re: org-publish future

2006-06-07 Thread Scott Otterson
How about using the agenda list of files to include selection method? Specifying files to be published is a similar problem so reusing the agenda method would be consistent in a way. It works pretty well too. Scott Chris wallace [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: PS. On the subject of org-publish

Re: [Emacs-orgmode] org-mouse 0.16: added support for checkboxes

2006-06-05 Thread Scott Otterson
Piotr, With the latest org-mouse.el, when I right click on a headline, I get this error message in the mini-buffer: Symbol's function definition is void: find-if Right clicks work fine if I'm not on a headline, though. I'm using emacs 22.0.50.2 Scott

Re: [Emacs-orgmode] html export spacing, UI, links

2006-06-04 Thread Scott Otterson
On Jun 3, 2006, at 0:51, Scott Otterson wrote: I really like the interface Carsten created for visible exports, the one where you type: M-x org-export-visible [RET] and then hit a single key for ascii, html, or whatever. For consistency, could this same approach be taken for the regular

[Emacs-orgmode] html export spacing, UI, links

2006-06-02 Thread Scott Otterson
I really like the interface Carsten created for visible exports, the one where you type: M-x org-export-visible [RET] and then hit a single key for ascii, html, or whatever. For consistency, could this same approach be taken for the regular exports eg. org-export-as-html-and-open?

[Emacs-orgmode] Export requests

2006-05-29 Thread Scott Otterson
I've got a couple of export requests: 1.) Remove the p's: To me, at least, the list items in org-mode's exported html are spaced too vertically far apart. However, I think the look is OK, when I just remove all of the p tags in the html file -- sort of matches the look of the ascii output

[Emacs-orgmode] local variables for html export

2006-05-25 Thread Scott Otterson
I think there's an error in the org-mode manual. The snippet at the end of section 9.2: * COMMENT HTML style specifications # Local Variables: # org-export-html-style:style type=\text/css\ p {font-weight: normal; color: gray; } h1 {color: black; }

[Emacs-orgmode] shell links [was: Version 4.19c]

2006-04-06 Thread Scott Otterson
Lot's of nice changes in 4.19. I'm really impressed at how fast Carsten Co. are cranking out new code and new fixes. Looks like there are a few problems with shell links in 4.19c, though. 1.) If I type C-c C-l, and then at the link: prompt, type shell:SPACE where SPACE means I hit