diary-countdown

2022-04-16 Thread Sharon Kimble
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In the past this worked

%%(diary-countdown 4 18 2022 7) Easter Monday Bank Holiday

But now it doesn't.

Can somebody help me get it working again please?

Thanks
Sharon.
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Export from org-mode to latex from the commandline

2022-02-10 Thread Sharon Kimble
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When you build the documentation from the org-mode git repository,
something is calling emacs to build the documents in the background, but
what? Where can I find that command please, because I want to try and
use it to export org-mode to latex and then build a pdf file in the
background, all from the commandline.

Seeing the thread 'RE: Unable to get current or via use-package',
Malcolm Cook suggests to use 'emacs -Q -batch -eval "(progn (require
'package) (package-initialize) (package-refresh-contents)
(package-install 'org))"'.

Could this be customised to export from org-mode to latex, and then
subsequently I build the pdf file from the already converted latex using
my program 'pdfbuild'?

Thanks
Sharon.
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Re: Missing the second '}'

2022-01-27 Thread Sharon Kimble
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> John Kitchin  writes:

> depending on the file, you may be able to use M-x check-parens. I say 
> depending on the file because it matters how the open/close
> marker syntax is defined in the file.

I was able to use M-x check-parens on 3 passes to finally get the
document working properly again. Thanks very much for it.

Thanks
Sharon.

> Or go to the beginning, and run M-x forward-sexp repeatedly until you get an 
> error?
>
> John
>
> ---
> Professor John Kitchin (he/him/his)
> Doherty Hall A207F
> Department of Chemical Engineering
> Carnegie Mellon University
> Pittsburgh, PA 15213
> 412-268-7803
> @johnkitchin
> http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu
>
> On Mon, Jan 24, 2022 at 11:02 AM Sharon Kimble  
> wrote:
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>  Hi folks.
>
>  In a document that I'm compiling I seem to have failed to close the '{'
>  and '}', and the second one isn't in the document. If I write '\label{}'
>  then it succeeds, but at a couple of places in the document this show
>  '\label{'.
>
>  How can I find where I've failed to close the brackets please, so that I
>  can then achieve normality please?
>
>  Thanks
>  Sharon.
>  - -- 
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Missing the second '}'

2022-01-24 Thread Sharon Kimble
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Hi folks.

In a document that I'm compiling I seem to have failed to close the '{'
and '}', and the second one isn't in the document. If I write '\label{}'
then it succeeds, but at a couple of places in the document this show
'\label{'.

How can I find where I've failed to close the brackets please, so that I
can then achieve normality please?

Thanks
Sharon.
- -- 
A taste of linux = http://www.sharons.org.uk
TGmeds = http://www.tgmeds.org.uk
DrugFacts = https://www.drugfacts.org.uk
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How to jump from one spelling mistake to the next?

2021-03-19 Thread Sharon Kimble
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When I'm writing in org-mode I very often make spelling mistakes which I
can go back to later to correct. So how can I jump from one mistake to
the next please?

For example -

- --8<---cut here---start->8---
John likes applles but Sarah likes orangies.
- --8<---cut here---end--->8---
  
So in that example how do I jump, using the keyboard only, from the
misspelled apples to the misspelled oranges so that I can correct them?

Thanks
  Sharon.  
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Re: word counts and org-mode drawers

2021-02-04 Thread Sharon Kimble
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Hi Juan.

Thanks very much for this code, it fits my purpose very well, thanks
again.

Thanks
Sharon.

>   Juan Manuel Macías  writes:
>
> Hi,
>
> Sharon Kimble  writes:
>
>> How can I exempt an org-mode drawer, and its contents, from word counts
>> please. I am using 'wc-mode' but I can't see how to do it.

>
> #+begin_src emacs-lisp
> (defun my-count-words-in-org-buffer ()
>   (interactive)
>   (let ((words 0))
> (save-excursion
>   (save-restriction
>   (narrow-to-region (point-min) (point-max))
>   (goto-char (point-min))
>   (while (forward-word-strictly 1)
> (if (org-at-drawer-p)
> (re-search-forward ":END:")
>   (setq words (1+ words))
> (message "Org buffer has %d word%s."
>words (if (= words 1) "" "s"
> #+end_src
>

> Juan Manuel 
>

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word counts and org-mode drawers

2021-02-01 Thread Sharon Kimble
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Hi folks.

How can I exempt an org-mode drawer, and its contents, from word counts
please. I am using 'wc-mode' but I can't see how to do it.

Thanks
Sharon.
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'documentation.org' now being required

2020-11-29 Thread Sharon Kimble
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I have just updated my packages using the paradox package manager and
then restarted emacs. And these were the packages that were updated -
org-special-block-extras, binder, clojure-mode, helm, magit, esxml,
org-ref, fountain-mode, link-hint, org=ql, org-cliplink, perspective,
projectile, pyvenv, restart-emacs, smartparens, treemacs, transient,
w3m.

Every org-mode buffer now requires it to have a 'documentation.org' file
to being its folder before 'imenu' will run and show in the taskbar.

And then I got this message in the minibuffer, 'Current desktop was not
loaded from a file. Overwrite this desktop file? (y or n)' for 906
times!

How can I get emacs to not require 'documentation.org' in all my
org-mode folders please? And for emacs to behave itself again please.

Thanks
  Sharon.
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Re: Bug: Italicised text in between quotes

2020-09-14 Thread Sharon Kimble
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> I think that I've found a bug in the new org-mode version released
> today.
>
> If you have this in your document (or any italicised text in between
> quotes),
>
> --8<---cut here---start->8---
> #+BEGIN_QUOTE
> /In the previous versions of org-plus, you can plainly see that it is bright 
> green and italicised./
> #+END_QUOTE
> --8<---cut here---end--->8---
>
> then it doesn't show the text in between the quotes showing as italics
> (it should show as bright green in my theme of 'darkest-midnight').
>
> In the previous versions of org-plus, you can plainly see that it is
> bright green and italicised.

Following up on this I've also noticed that its occurring in my config
file, which is an org-mode file.

Every single '#+BEGIN_SRC' seems to be faded out, and its occurring with
any command that starts '#+'. As soon as you start typing '#+' the
command appears faded out. And the same still applies with the zenburn
theme as well.

Thanks
  Sharon.   
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Bug: Italicised text in between quotes

2020-09-14 Thread Sharon Kimble
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I think that I've found a bug in the new org-mode version released
today.

If you have this in your document (or any italicised text in between
quotes),

- --8<---cut here---start->8---
#+BEGIN_QUOTE
/In the previous versions of org-plus, you can plainly see that it is bright 
green and italicised./
#+END_QUOTE
- --8<---cut here---end--->8---

then it doesn't show the text in between the quotes showing as italics
(it should show as bright green in my theme of 'darkest-midnight').

In the previous versions of org-plus, you can plainly see that it is
bright green and italicised.

Thanks
  Sharon Kimble.
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Re: setting up 'imenu'

2020-09-11 Thread Sharon Kimble
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Jeremie Juste  writes:

> Hello Sharon,

Hi Jeremie.
  
> Unfortunately I cannot reproduce your issue. I created a list of 56 sub 
> heading and I
> can view the heading Still a sample 0 until Still a sample 56.
>
>
> ** TODO * etc and onwards
> ** TODO * and another one
> ** Still a sample 0
> ** Still a sample 1
> ** Still a sample 2
> ** Still a sample 3
> ** Still a sample 4
>
> It might be because I am using [1] this  modification from  emacswiki
> https://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/ImenuMode.

This is my imenu setup from my config file -

- --8<---clip one---start->8---
** Imenu

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(require 'imenu+)
(global-set-key (kbd "C-x 2") 'imenu-add-to-menubar)
#+END_SRC
[2020-09-10 Thu 18:29]

Make sure auto automatically rescan for imenu changes

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(set-default 'imenu-auto-rescan t)
#+END_SRC
[2015-12-19 Sat 04:55]
[2017-01-16 Mon 23:39]

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
;; Jump to a definition in the current file. (This is awesome.)
;; (global-set-key (kbd "M-i") 'prelude-ido-goto-symbol)
;; (require 'imenu)
;; (set-default 'imenu-auto-rescan t)
;; (defun prelude-ido-goto-symbol ( symbol-list)
;;   "Refresh imenu and jump to a place in the buffer using Ido."
;;(interactive)
;;(unless (featurep 'imenu)
;;  (require 'imenu nil t))
;;   (cond
;; ((not symbol-list)
;;  (let ((ido-mode ido-mode)
;;(ido-enable-flex-matching
;; (if (boundp 'ido-enable-flex-matching)
;; ido-enable-flex-matching t))
;;name-and-pos symbol-names position)
;;(unless ido-mode
;;  (ido-mode 1)
;;  (setq ido-enable-flex-matching t))
;;(while (progn
;; (imenu--cleanup)
;;(setq imenu--index-alist nil)
;; (prelude-ido-goto-symbol (imenu--make-index-alist))
;; (setq selected-symbol
;;   (ido-completing-read "Symbol " symbol-names))
;; (string= (car imenu--rescan-item) selected-symbol)))
;;(unless (and (boundp 'mark-active) mark-active)
;;  (push-mark nil t nil))
;;(setq position (cdr (assoc selected-symbol name-and-pos)))
;;(cond
;; ((overlayp position)
;;   (goto-char (overlay-start position)))
;; (t
;;  (goto-char position)
;; ((listp symbol-list)
;;  (dolist (symbol symbol-list)
;;(let (name position)
;;  (cond
;;   ((and (listp symbol) (imenu--subalist-p symbol))
;;(prelude-ido-goto-symbol symbol))
;;   ((listp symbol)
;;(setq name (car symbol))
;;(setq position (cdr symbol)))
;;   ((stringp symbol)
;;(setq name symbol)
;;(setq position
;;  (get-text-property 1 'org-imenu-marker symbol
;; (unless (or (null position) (null name)
;; (string= (car imenu--rescan-item) name))
;;   (add-to-list 'symbol-names name)
;;   (add-to-list 'name-and-pos (cons name position
#+END_SRC
[2014-11-16 Sun 16:09]
[2017-01-16 Mon 23:49]
[2020-09-10 Thu 18:35]

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(require 'popup-imenu)
#+end_src
[2015-12-29 Tue 13:37]
[2017-01-17 Tue 10:39]

 imenu

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
;; setting up 'imenu'
;; (local-set-key "\C-x\C-a" 'show-all)
(add-hook 'org-mode-hook
(lambda () (imenu-add-to-menubar "Imenu")))
(setq org-imenu-depth 6)

(add-hook 'rst-mode-hook
(lambda () (imenu-add-to-menubar "Imenu")))
(setq adoc-imenu-depth 6)

(add-hook 'markdown-mode-hook
(lambda () (imenu-add-to-menubar "Imenu")))
(setq adoc-imenu-depth 6)

(add-hook 'LaTeX-mode-hook
(lambda () (imenu-add-to-menubar "Imenu")))
(setq latex-imenu-depth 6)
#+END_SRC
[2015-04-08 Wed 23:54]
[2017-01-17 Tue 11:04]

 FIXIT imenu-anywhere

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(require 'imenu-anywhere)
(global-set-key (kbd "C-+") 'imenu-anywhere)
#+END_SRC
[2014-11-14 Fri 11:15]
[2015-05-23 Sat 02:34]
[2017-01-17 Tue 11:05]
fails with - helm-build-sync-source is void
[2020-09-10 Thu 18:37]

 dired-imenu

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
;;(require 'dired-imenu)
#+end_src
[2015-05-04 Mon 13:54]
[2017-01-17 Tue 13:24]
[2020-09-10 Thu 18:38]

 FIXIT imenu-list

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(require 'imenu-list)
(global-set-key (kbd "M-g 1") #'imenu-list-smart-toggle)
(setq imenu-list-focus-after-activation t)
(setq imenu-list-auto-resize t)
#+END_SRC
[2017-08-10 Thu 12:07]
https://github.com/bmag/imenu-list


#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(defun ido-goto-symbol ( symbol-list)
  "Refresh imenu and jump to a place in the buffer using Ido."
  (interactive)
  (unless (featurep 'imenu)
(require 'imenu nil t))
  (cond
   ((not symbol-list)
(let ((ido-mode ido-mode)
  (ido-enable-flex-matching
   (if (boundp 'ido-enable-flex-matching)
   ido-enable-flex-matching t))
  

setting up 'imenu'

2020-09-10 Thread Sharon Kimble
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I'm having major problems with my imenu setup, and its like this.

- --8<---code one---start->8---
* Outlining and Plotting
  ** Level 2 heading
  ** etc and onwards
- --8<---cut here---end--->8---
  
- - 'Outlining and Plotting' is a level one header

- - 'Level 2 heading' is, not surprisingly, a level 2 header

Now, if the 'level 2 heading' has 50 items, it only actually shows 46
and does not show the remaining 4!

- --8<---code two---start->8---
* Outlining and Plotting
  ** Level 2 heading
  ** TODO * etc and onwards
  ** TODO * and another one
  ** Still a sample
- --8<---cut here---end--->8---

In the code snippet shown as 'code two', those showing as a 'TODO *
item' are articles that are unwritten, and all other items are written.

- - In the imenu it is very easy to see what articles are unwritten due to
  them showing with a beginning ' * '.

- - In the imenu unwritten articles show as 'From: * etc and onwards'
  where there are 10 or more items, they are folded.

So how can I get the imenu to show *all* the imenu items of written
articles please?

I've been looking in all the 'Customize group: imenu' buffers, but I
can't see where I can set it up as I want. Any ideas please?

Thanks
  Sharon.  
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Re: Mass conversion of items

2020-09-01 Thread Sharon Kimble
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Thanks for replying Tomas.
   writes:

> On Tue, Sep 01, 2020 at 04:09:27PM +0100, Sharon Kimble wrote:
>> -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-
>> Hash: SHA512
>> 
>> I'm hoping that someone can help with this problem I have.
>> 
>> I have several org-mode files which have some specific formatting in
>> individual items, specifically -
>> 
>> - --8<---cut here---start->8---
>> \uuline{foo}
>> - --8<---cut here---end--->8---
>> 
>> This gives a double-underling of 'foo' when exported to latex and built
>> into a pdf file.
>> 
>> I'm now in the situation when the double underlining also needs to be
>> italicised, and in org-mode its showing as -
>> 
>> - --8<---cut here---start->8---
>> /\uuline{foo}/
>> - --8<---cut here---end--->8---
>>   
>> This gives a double-underling and italicised of 'foo' when exported to
>> latex and built into a pdf file.
>> 
>> I would like to change about 150+ 'foos' and possibly using
>> 'replace-string' to do it. Also, 'foo' is lots of different words which
>> includes spaces between some of them. So how can I do it please?
>
> Hm. From your description it's unclear what exactly are you
> after. A couple of questions to try to zoom into that:
>
>  - You want to change the text in the curly braces, i.e. what
>you call 'foo' above? Is this text always different? Is it
>possible to state a rule describing how this text looks like
>and by what you want to replace it? Or is the process going
>to be manual?
>  - All that stuff: is it in one file or scattered across multiple
>files?

Okay, being very specific, all of '\uuline{foo}' remains, but with a
forward slash at the beginning and end of '\uuline{foo}' to achieve this
'/\uuline{foo}/'

Thanks
  Sharon.
>
> I'm sure there are a couple of other questions I just forget now,
> But we'll get there :)
>
> Cheers
>  - t
>
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Mass conversion of items

2020-09-01 Thread Sharon Kimble
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I'm hoping that someone can help with this problem I have.

I have several org-mode files which have some specific formatting in
individual items, specifically -

- --8<---cut here---start->8---
\uuline{foo}
- --8<---cut here---end--->8---

This gives a double-underling of 'foo' when exported to latex and built
into a pdf file.

I'm now in the situation when the double underlining also needs to be
italicised, and in org-mode its showing as -

- --8<---cut here---start->8---
/\uuline{foo}/
- --8<---cut here---end--->8---
  
This gives a double-underling and italicised of 'foo' when exported to
latex and built into a pdf file.

I would like to change about 150+ 'foos' and possibly using
'replace-string' to do it. Also, 'foo' is lots of different words which
includes spaces between some of them. So how can I do it please?

Thanks  
  Sharon.
- -- 
Debian 10.5, fluxbox 1.3.7, emacs 27.1, org 9.3.7
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imenu and drop-downs

2020-08-22 Thread Sharon Kimble
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I am using 'imenu' as a drop-down for giving an easy way to jump among
different headings in an org file.

But, I'm finding that level 2 headings are not showing all of the list
of available headings once the list is bigger than the screen!

So how can I get my list of headings under control please, and to regain
its usefulness?

Thanks
  Sharon.  
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Re: Document containing different text colours?

2020-08-06 Thread Sharon Kimble
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Thanks for replying Diego.

The text of the book will not be exported into latex or any other
forward-type document. I need the coloured text purely for my own
interest and usage. When, and if, I do export it to latex, LibreOffice
doc or whatever, it will just have the standard coloured text of black
text on a white background. But I need different coloured texts in
org-mode to show me graphically where I added in new text to the book,
and at what stage of the drafting.

For instance - first draft is white text, second draft is lime-green,
third draft is light-blue, fourth draft is pale-red, etc.

So in the above instance I would have white text, lime-green text,
light-blue text, pale-red text, etc ... all in the same document.

Is that clearer?

Thanks
  Sharon.
  
Diego Zamboni  writes:

> Hi Sharon,
>
> I'm not sure I understand what is it that you are trying to do. But color (or 
> any other visual) is a feature of the exporter you use rather than of 
> Org-mode itself. For example, if you are exporting to HTML, you can use the 
> following
> at the top of the document:
>
> #+html_head_extra: body { color: white; background-color: black; 
> }
>
> For LaTeX export, you should be able to add the correct settings using 
> #+LATEX_HEADER_EXTRA.
>
> Hope this helps,
> --Diego
>
> On Wed, Aug 5, 2020 at 2:37 PM Sharon Kimble  
> wrote:
>
> -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-
> Hash: SHA512
>
> In a book that I am writing, the text is white on black background which
> I like. But this is only the first draft, when its ready I shall go onto
> the second draft and then third draft, as many as necessary to polish
> the book before it goes to the beta-readers.
>
> So the first draft is white text on a black background, is it possible
> for all the second draft text to be in a different colour that I assign
> to it? And ditto third draft onwards?
>
> I envisage something like setting the text with 'M-x second-draft-text'
> which will then display the new text with its assigned colour. Which
> will also mean that the document will have multi-coloured text in it?
>
> Is this possible?     
>
> And if it is possible, how do I do it please?
>
> Thanks
>   Sharon. 
> - --
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Document containing different text colours?

2020-08-05 Thread Sharon Kimble
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In a book that I am writing, the text is white on black background which
I like. But this is only the first draft, when its ready I shall go onto
the second draft and then third draft, as many as necessary to polish
the book before it goes to the beta-readers.

So the first draft is white text on a black background, is it possible
for all the second draft text to be in a different colour that I assign
to it? And ditto third draft onwards?

I envisage something like setting the text with 'M-x second-draft-text'
which will then display the new text with its assigned colour. Which
will also mean that the document will have multi-coloured text in it?

Is this possible?  

And if it is possible, how do I do it please?

Thanks
  Sharon.  
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Re: org-footnote renumbering

2020-04-08 Thread Sharon Kimble
Kyle Meyer  writes:

> Sharon Kimble  writes:
>
>> In the org manual v9.3 on page 139 it explains how to renumber the
>> footnotes. I am presuming from reading it that it requires me to C-c
>> C-x r.
>
> I don't spot any mention of 'C-c C-x r'.  The table in the footnote
> section that lists keys is describing the menu that org-footnote-action
> (bound to 'C-c C-x f' by default) shows when it's called with a prefix
> argument.  So, the full sequence to get to 'r' listed in that table
> would be 'C-u C-c C-x f r`.

Thanks for replying Kyle.

I'm using 'C-u C-c C-x f r' and it isn't changing the footnote
numbering! I am adding file-2 to file-1 and then using the key mantra,
but the footnotes are not changing. In file-1 the last footnote is 756,
and in file-2 the first footnote is 670 (I've no idea why it suddenly
starts at 670, but it does.)

So where should the cursor be when using the key mantra please? On the
new chapter heading? On the first [fn:670]? Or where please?

Thanks
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org-footnote renumbering

2020-04-07 Thread Sharon Kimble


In the org manual v9.3 on page 139 it explains how to renumber the
footnotes. I am presuming from reading it that it requires me to C-c
C-x r.

But in my case that isn't working because I did have that key
combination set to 'org-mark-ring-goto'.

I have since reconfigured 'org-mark-ring-goto' to use 'C-c C-c r', but
how do I find what the default code-string for 'C-c C-x r' is please?
And then, how do I show it in my config please?

Thanks
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Re: tabbar or .... ?

2020-04-07 Thread Sharon Kimble
Eric S Fraga  writes:

Thanks for replying Eric.
  
> On Tuesday,  7 Apr 2020 at 10:49, Sharon Kimble wrote:
>> But, I'm using 'tabbar' and I've had to break the file up into 3
>> separate org-mode files because otherwise the buffer I'm working on
>> drops out of tabbar into its own frame. (File 1 is 1.5mbs, 2 is 1.1mbs,
>> and 3 is 413kbs.)
>
> Can you please explain this in more detail?  How does a buffer "drop out
> of tabbar"?

I can't explain it, but suddenly the buffer that I'm using loses its
separate tab in tabbar, as if its suddenly created a frame for itself.
It was most disturbing when it happened.
  
>
> Are you using the old tabbar.el implementation or the new tab-bar
> implementation available since Emacs v27?

I'm using tabbar from MELPA. I have tried Emacs-27 tab-mode but it
seemed to me that it wouldn't fit my case, where my tabbar groups all
org-mode buffers, and ditto my gnus mail buffers.
  
>
>> I have 'vlf' acting in my setup, but how can I avoid the file dropping
>> out of tabbar please?
>
> Ah, maybe it is the fault of vlf.  Your files are not that large so do
> you really need to use vlf?

I'm not convinced that I am actually using vlf. I'm configured to use
files up to 20mbs, and if necessary I could include a greater amount,
after all I do have 64gigs of ram available!
  
>
> In any case, I'm not sure this is an org issue (but that could be
> because I've not understood your problem) so you may have better luck in
> the emacs help group.

I think that I've found a way round the problem, where I use just one
file for my converted website to org-mode buffer, but I can toggle
tabbar off, so I only show the buffer that I'm working on, and when
necessary I'll call the bibliography to the right of buffer, and also
the glossary underneath my main buffer. And then when I need to I can
just toggle tabbar back on again, and it all works nicely again.

Thanks
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tabbar or .... ?

2020-04-07 Thread Sharon Kimble


I'm converting a website (Romance University's site, where the original
site has closed and gone offline.), so I'm converting it to org-mode and
then building it with latex into a PDF file for my own interest. So far
I've converted 447 web-pages, into 843 pages of a PDF file. 

But, I'm using 'tabbar' and I've had to break the file up into 3
separate org-mode files because otherwise the buffer I'm working on
drops out of tabbar into its own frame. (File 1 is 1.5mbs, 2 is 1.1mbs,
and 3 is 413kbs.)

I have 'vlf' acting in my setup, but how can I avoid the file dropping
out of tabbar please?

I would prefer to keep using tabbar so that I can then have the
bibliography file alongside the file I'm working on whilst I'm adding to
it.

Any advice please?  

Thanks
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'org-structure-template-alist' is only partially working...

2020-04-01 Thread Sharon Kimble


I'm having great difficulty in getting 'org-structure-template-alist' to work 
properly.

This is what I'm using -  

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
;(require 'org-tempo)
(setq org-structure-template-alist
   '('("s" . "src emacs-lisp")
;("e" . "example")
'("q" . "quote")
'("v" . "verse")
'("C" . "comment")
'("b" . "src latex")
;("m" "#+begin_src latex-mode\n?\n#+end_src" "\n?\n")
;("t" "#+latex: " "?")
;("x" "#+BEGIN_SRC latex\n?\n#+END_SRC" "\n?\n")
;("h" "#+begin_html\n?\n#+end_html" "\n?\n")
;("a" "#+begin_ascii\n?\n#+end_ascii")
;("s" "#+BEGIN_SRC sh\n?+\n#+END_SRC" "\n?\n")
'("l" . "emacs-lisp")
;("u" "#+begin_src emacs-lisp\n\(use-package %0\n\:ensure 
t)\n\#+end_src")
'("i" . "index")
;("p" "#+BEGIN_COMMENT\n?\n#+END_COMMENT" "\n?\n")
'("f" . "src file")))
#+END_SRC
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

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Re: Bibliography entry in the menu-bar

2020-02-28 Thread Sharon Kimble
Nick Dokos  writes:

> Sharon Kimble  writes:
>
>> Simon Butler  writes:
>>
>>> Hi Sharon
>>>
>>> the menu is part of BibTeX-mode (https://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/BibTeX)
>>
>> Thanks Simon, I've now been able to provide a key-sequence for 'Online
>> Resource' like so -
>>
>> (global-set-key "\C-c C-e C-o" 'bibtex-Online)
>>
>>
>> however, it is shown in the drop-down-menu of bibtex commands as
>>
>> Online Resource   C-c SPC C-e SPC C-o
>>
>> How can I lose the 'SPC' in the drop-down list of commands please, so it
>> looks very similar to all the others?
>>
>
> IIUC, you want to say
>
>(global-set-key (kbd "C-c C-e C-o") 'bibtex-Online)

Thanks Nick, this works :)

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Re: Bibliography entry in the menu-bar

2020-02-28 Thread Sharon Kimble
Simon Butler  writes:

> Hi Sharon
>
> the menu is part of BibTeX-mode (https://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/BibTeX)

Thanks Simon, I've now been able to provide a key-sequence for 'Online
Resource' like so -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
(global-set-key "\C-c C-e C-o" 'bibtex-Online)
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

however, it is shown in the drop-down-menu of bibtex commands as

--8<---cut here---start->8---
Online Resource   C-c SPC C-e SPC C-o
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

How can I lose the 'SPC' in the drop-down list of commands please, so it
looks very similar to all the others?

Thanks
Sharon.

> hth
>
> Simon
>
> On 2020-02-26 17:14, Sharon Kimble wrote:
>> I'm hoping that someone can help, but when I'm in a buffer of my
>> bibliography, there is a drop-down list in the menu-bar, of buffer
>> commands titled 'Entry-Types'. But what program puts it there?
>>
>> I want to create a new command to an entry in it, but I don't know what
>> the originating program is. Can anyone help please?
>>
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Bibliography entry in the menu-bar

2020-02-26 Thread Sharon Kimble

I'm hoping that someone can help, but when I'm in a buffer of my
bibliography, there is a drop-down list in the menu-bar, of buffer
commands titled 'Entry-Types'. But what program puts it there?

I want to create a new command to an entry in it, but I don't know what
the originating program is. Can anyone help please?

Thanks
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TODO status in a drop-down list of buffers contents

2020-02-20 Thread Sharon Kimble

In an imenu drop-down list of a buffers contents, how can I get it to
show just the TODO status, and just show the sections title once the
TODO is removed, please?

Thanks
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Re: Glacial file operation!

2020-02-04 Thread Sharon Kimble
Bastien  writes:

> Hi Sharon,
>
> Sharon Kimble  writes:
>
>> So how can I either remove it, or negate its showing its effects in
>> every org-mode file please?
>
> Can you use `org-mode-hook' to deactivate whatever is getting in your way?

Thanks for replying.

I actually solved it after I'd emailed you ... I had a file containing
50+ org-mode links to various files, documents, and shell scripts. Once
I'd dumped it out of emacs, everything suddenly worked as normal! My
final thoughts on it is that wc-mode was trying to count the number of
words and stuff in all of the files after following the links!

Sorry
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Glacial file operation!

2020-02-04 Thread Sharon Kimble

I'm working with a series of files (its actually a website that I'm converting 
into a pdf, and exporting it from org-mode), and its becoming positively 
glacial in operation! And I think that 'wc-mode' is the culprit. And wc-mode is 
shown as a dependency in the paradox package-manager system.

So how can I either remove it, or negate its showing its effects in every 
org-mode file please?

I've commented it out in my config, but I'm still feeling its effects somehow.

Thanks
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org-word-count exemptions

2020-01-24 Thread Sharon Kimble

If I have a drawer titled 'mydrawer', how can I exempt it and its
contents from word-count please? This is using wc-mode and also in
org-word-count too.

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Re: alpha sort of TODO flagged tasks

2019-12-23 Thread Sharon Kimble
Nicolas Goaziou  writes:

> Hello,
>
> Sharon Kimble  writes:
>
>> How can I sort alphabetically some of my org-mode tasks which are in the
>> format of [1] please? I can sort them once the TODO flag is removed, but
>> I would like to sort them before then.
>
> I think you can do it the usual way, with `org-sort-entries'. Have you
> tried it? It works here.
>
> Regards,

Thanks Nicolas for replying.

I wasn't aware of 'org-sort-entries' and it does work extremely well, thanks.

Thanks
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alpha sort of TODO flagged tasks

2019-12-23 Thread Sharon Kimble

How can I sort alphabetically some of my org-mode tasks which are in the
format of [1] please? I can sort them once the TODO flag is removed, but
I would like to sort them before then.

Thanks
Sharon.

[1]
--8<---cut here---start->8---
** TODO foo
** TODO delta
** TODO oxymoron
** TODO clueless
--8<---cut here---end--->8---
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backup of abbrev_defs

2019-12-18 Thread Sharon Kimble

This is slightly off topic but I really need some help.

How can I reliably backup my abbrev_defs file along with my usual
backups of my org files, every time that it is saved with a new addition
please?

I've tried using a symlink to the file held in another directory, but
when I restarted emacs the symlink wasn't followed and it created a new
abbrev_def file from somewhere, I don't know where. The new file was
only 5.7kbs, whereas the correct one is 10.4kbs! I had to copy over all
my savings to the new file so that it was able to be read and used.

Hopefully, thanks
Sharon.
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Re: 'org-dynamic-block-define' is a void-function?

2019-12-08 Thread Sharon Kimble
Thanks for getting back to me Nicolas.

The problem seems to be resolved by closing emacs completely, rebooting,
and everything worked perfectly again.

Thanks
Sharon.

Nicolas Goaziou  writes:

> Hello,
>
> Sharon Kimble  writes:
>
>> On loading the most recent version of org-mode (yesterdays, being
>> 2019-12-03) I am consistently getting this occurring in debugger.
>>
>> --8<---cut here---start->8---
>> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-function org-dynamic-block-define)
>>   (org-dynamic-block-define "clocktable" (quote org-clock-report))
>
> This looks like a FrankenOrg. Your installation is suspicious. I don't
> know what is "paradox", but you may want to check if all loaded
> libraries are correct (e.g., by looking at `load-path').
>
> Regards,

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'org-dynamic-block-define' is a void-function?

2019-12-04 Thread Sharon Kimble

On loading the most recent version of org-mode (yesterdays, being
2019-12-03) I am consistently getting this occurring in debugger.

--8<---cut here---start->8---
Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-function org-dynamic-block-define)
  (org-dynamic-block-define "clocktable" (quote org-clock-report))
  load("/home/boudiccas/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20191203/org-clock" 
noerror nil nil mustsuffix)
  #f(compiled-function (f) #)("org-clock")
  mapcar(#f(compiled-function (f) #) ("ob" "ob-C" "ob-awk" 
"ob-clojure" "ob-comint" "ob-core" "ob-emacs-lisp" "ob-eval" "ob-exp" "ob-java" 
"ob-keys" "ob-latex" "ob-lob" "ob-octave" "ob-ref" "ob-ruby" "ob-sh" "ob-table" 
"ob-tangle" "obarray" "org-agenda" "org-agenda-property" "org-archive" 
"org-attach" "org-autolist" "org-bibtex" "org-bullets" "org-capture" 
"org-checklist" "org-cliplink" "org-cliplink-string" "org-cliplink-transport" 
"org-clock" "org-clock-budget" "org-clock-convenience" "org-compat" 
"org-cookbook" "org-crypt" "org-dashboard" "org-duration" "org-eldoc" 
"org-element" "org-entities" "org-faces" "org-footnote" "org-gcal" "org-habit" 
"org-id" "org-indent" "org-index" ...))
  org-reload(nil)
  funcall-interactively(org-reload nil)
  call-interactively(org-reload nil nil)
  command-execute(org-reload)
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

I have removed the 3/12 version, and then reinstalled it through
paradox, and its come up with the same problem each time I've done it.

I'm aware of [1] and this below, but I'm not inserting a new dynamic
block, just reloading org-mode after the update!

--8<---cut here---start->8---

Add a dispatcher command to insert dynamic blocks

You can add new dynamic blocks with function org-dynamic-block-define. All such 
dynamic blocks can be used by org-dynamic-block-insert-dblock command.

--8<---cut here---end--->8---

So the next question is, how do I fix it at this end please?

Thanks
Sharon.

[1] https://orgmode.org/Changes.html
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Re: how to highlight the background of my current paragraph?

2019-11-01 Thread Sharon Kimble
Diego Zamboni  writes:

> (sorry, further hijacking this thread)
>
> Eric: I made a slight improvement to your code (see the =setq e=) so that the 
> empty space at the end of the line gets highlighted as in the default 
> behavior instead of only highlighting the part of the line that contains text:
>
> #+begin_src emacs-lisp
> (defun esf/get-visual-line-range ()
>     (let (b e)
>       (save-excursion
>         (beginning-of-visual-line)
>         (setq b (point))
>         (end-of-visual-line)
>         (setq e (+ 1 (point)))
>         )
>       (cons b e)))
> #+end_src

Thanks Eric and Diego.

I've used Diego's script from above with a slight adjustment to achieve
my need for the highlighted line to show as 'gray' in the
face-background line.

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
  (defun esf/get-visual-line-range ()
(set-face-background 'hl-line "gray30")
(let (b e)
  (save-excursion
(beginning-of-visual-line)
(setq b (point))
(end-of-visual-line)
(setq e (+ 1 (point)))
)
  (cons b e)))
  (setq hl-line-range-function #'esf/get-visual-line-range)
#+end_src

Thanks both.
Sharon.

>
> --Diego
>
> On Thu, Oct 31, 2019 at 5:03 PM Diego Zamboni  wrote:
>
> Hi Eric,
>
> Nice! Thanks for the tip :)
>
> --Diego
>
> On Thu, Oct 31, 2019 at 4:56 PM Fraga, Eric  wrote:
>
> On Thursday, 31 Oct 2019 at 08:52, Diego Zamboni wrote:
> > Since I use =visual-line-mode= as well in my org documents, the 
> effect is
> > to highlight the whole current paragraph (which is a single line in 
> the
> > file).
>
> In case you find this useful, I found that highlighting the whole
> paragraph was too much; I want just the actual "physical" line where
> point is highlighted, whether it continues on or not.  I do this:
>
> #+begin_src emacs-lisp
>   (defun esf/get-visual-line-range ()
>     (let (b e)
>       (save-excursion
>         (beginning-of-visual-line)
>         (setq b (point))
>         (end-of-visual-line)
>         (setq e (point))
>         )
>       (cons b e)))
>   (setq hl-line-range-function #'esf/get-visual-line-range)
> #+end_src
>
> Of course, this is not what the OP wanted so excuse the diversion.
>
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how to highlight the background of my current paragraph?

2019-10-31 Thread Sharon Kimble

How can I set the background of my current paragraph to 'dark gray',
i.e. to highlight it, and the highlighting to follow whichever paragraph
I'm currently viewing/writing please?

I've been googling it but haven't found anything suitable so far.

Thanks
Sharon.
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Re: [O] M-x org-footnote-renumber ?

2019-08-13 Thread Sharon Kimble

Thanks John, but I've tried this and several other permutations as
suggested on Page 16 of the org manual, and I haven't found anything
that really works, so far!

Some background information - this is in the file header '#+startup:
showeverything fnadjust' and the footnotes are inline.

The latest footnote immediately before the parachuted section is
'[fn:73]', and the parachuted sections started footnote is '[fn:141]',
and that is what I'm trying to achieve, the footnote renumbered so that
they flow from '[fn:73]' to '[fn:74]' in the parachuted section, and
then onwards.

Thanks
Sharon.

--8<---cut here---start->8---

Maybe (org-footnote-renumber-fn:N)?

Sharon Kimble  writes:

> I am converting a website into a pdf file, article by article, currently
> 1,190 A4 pages with 2,882 footnotes and its not finished yet. The main
> file has 4 additional files linked to it by '#+include:
> /home/boudiccas/research/writing/book/file-1.org :minlevel 1' just
> before I generate the glossary, bibliography, and index.
>
> In 'file 5' I am actively converting/writing sections some of which need
> to be parachuted (meaning dropped into their alphabetical place) into
> some of the other files, but I know that when I do that the footnotes
> will not be renumbered.
>
> So how can I trigger a footnote renumber please?
>
> Is there something like 'M-x org-footnote-renumber' that I can run
> periodically in each sub-file to renumber the footnotes?
>
> Thanks
> Sharon.
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[O] M-x org-footnote-renumber ?

2019-08-13 Thread Sharon Kimble
I am converting a website into a pdf file, article by article, currently
1,190 A4 pages with 2,882 footnotes and its not finished yet. The main
file has 4 additional files linked to it by '#+include:
/home/boudiccas/research/writing/book/file-1.org :minlevel 1' just
before I generate the glossary, bibliography, and index.

In 'file 5' I am actively converting/writing sections some of which need
to be parachuted (meaning dropped into their alphabetical place) into
some of the other files, but I know that when I do that the footnotes
will not be renumbered.

So how can I trigger a footnote renumber please?

Is there something like 'M-x org-footnote-renumber' that I can run
periodically in each sub-file to renumber the footnotes?

Thanks
Sharon.
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[O] M-x org-footnote-renumber ?

2019-08-12 Thread Sharon Kimble

I am converting a website into a pdf file, article by article, currently
1,190 A4 pages with 2,882 footnotes and its not finished yet. The main
file has 4 additional files linked to it by '#+include:
/home/boudiccas/research/writing/book/file-1.org :minlevel 1' just
before I generate the glossary, bibliography, and index.

In 'file 5' I am actively converting/writing sections some of which need
to be parachuted (meaning dropped into their alphabetical place) into
some of the other files, but I know that when I do that the footnotes
will not be renumbered.

So how can I trigger a footnote renumber please?

Is there something like 'M-x org-footnote-renumber' that I can run
periodically in each sub-file to renumber the footnotes?

Thanks
Sharon.
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Re: [O] Resize an org-table

2019-05-02 Thread Sharon Kimble
William Denton  writes:

Thanks for replying Bill.

I did try shortening the column widths in the manner that you suggested but it 
took so long for the table to be displayed, that I gave up, hence me wanting to 
try some other possible solution.

Thanks
Sharon.

> On 1 May 2019, Sharon Kimble wrote:
>
>> How can I resize an org-mode table that was created on a desktop machine but 
>> is now needed on a
>> laptop with a much smaller screen? The desktop uses a 25-inch monitor, 
>> whereas the laptop screen
>> is only 16-inch, so I need to find some way of 'shrinking' the table to fit 
>> the smaller screen.
>
> With a bit of experimenting you might find some column widths, like <40>, 
> that work to make it fit,
> as explained here:
>
> https://orgmode.org/org.html#Column-Width-and-Alignment
>
> Bill
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> Caveat lector.  ---   STAPLR: http://staplr.org/
>

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Re: [O] Problem with including file

2019-05-02 Thread Sharon Kimble
"Andreas Kiermeier"  writes:
Andreas.

Just a very quick glance at your problem, and in the tex output you've shown 
there is a double closing bracket on 'pdflang={English}}'. If you correct that 
then your output might be better, I don't know, but its certainly worth a try.

Thanks
Sharon.

> Hi,
>
> I’ve just run into a problem with exporting a file to latex.
>
> In a nutshell, my org files usually contain various analyses and output in R.
>
> I generally don’t include the source in the file, but instead tangle all 
> source blocks at the end and include the source code file in an Appendix. 
> This has worked in
> the past, but now the included file is not actually include.
>
> An example (close to minimal) consist of the two files below - test.org and 
> test.R (both in the same folder).
>
> When exporting test.org to PDF, the source block is correctly exported, while 
> the included file does not appear to be included at all (see also test.tex 
> below).
>
> Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Andreas
>
> --- begin test.org 
>
> #+STARTUP: content indent hidestars fninline
>
> #+PROPERTY: header-args:R :session *R* :cache no
>
> #+PROPERTY: header-args+ :results output
>
> #+PROPERTY: header-args+ :exports results
>
> #+PROPERTY: header-args+ :eval never-export
>
> #+PROPERTY: header-args+ :tangle yes
>
> #+OPTIONS: toc:nil H:5
>
> #+LATEX_HEADER: \usepackage{minted}
>
> * Intro
>
> #+begin_src R :results none :exports code
>
> ls()
>
> #+end_src
>
> * Data Analysis Source Code  
>
> #+INCLUDE: "test.R" src R
>
> --- end test.org 
>
> --- begin test.R 
>
> ls()
>
> --- end test.R 
>
> --- begin test.tex 
>
> % Created 2019-05-02 Thu 14:08
>
> % Intended LaTeX compiler: pdflatex
>
> \documentclass[11pt]{article}
>
> \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
>
> \usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
>
> \usepackage{graphicx}
>
> \usepackage{grffile}
>
> \usepackage{longtable}
>
> \usepackage{wrapfig}
>
> \usepackage{rotating}
>
> \usepackage[normalem]{ulem}
>
> \usepackage{amsmath}
>
> \usepackage{textcomp}
>
> \usepackage{amssymb}
>
> \usepackage{capt-of}
>
> \usepackage{hyperref}
>
> \usepackage{here}
>
> \usepackage{color}
>
> \usepackage{fancyhdr}
>
> \usepackage{fancybox}
>
> \usepackage{xspace}
>
> \usepackage{minted}
>
> \author{Andreas Kiermeier}
>
> \date{\today}
>
> \title{}
>
> \hypersetup{
>
> pdfauthor={Andreas Kiermeier},
>
> pdftitle={},
>
> pdfkeywords={},
>
> pdfsubject={},
>
> pdfcreator={Emacs 25.3.1 (Org mode 9.2.3)},
>
>  pdflang={English}}
>
> \begin{document}
>
> \section{Intro}
>
> \label{sec:org6eb9726}
>
> \begin{minted}[]{r}
>
> ls()
>
> \end{minted}
>
> \section{Data Analysis Source Code}
>
> \label{sec:org98a88b4}
>
> \end{document}
>
> --- begin test.text 
>

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[O] Resize an org-table

2019-05-01 Thread Sharon Kimble

How can I resize an org-mode table that was created on a desktop machine but is 
now needed on a laptop with a much smaller screen? The desktop uses a 25-inch 
monitor, whereas the laptop screen is only 16-inch, so I need to find some way 
of 'shrinking' the table to fit the smaller screen.

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Sharon.
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Re: [O] Open drawers ...

2019-03-19 Thread Sharon Kimble
Eric S Fraga  writes:

> On Monday, 18 Mar 2019 at 18:26, Sharon Kimble wrote:
>> Is it possible to open all drawers of a file from one command please?
>>
>> Or to have them opened when the file is loaded up, either on restart
>> of emacs or be manually opened, please?
>
> Put
>
> #+startup: showeverything

Thank you Eric, this is working a treat, and will shortly become my 'de facto' 
standard for certain files :)

Thanks
Sharon.
>
> and all drawers will be open when you visit the file and if you type C-u
> C-u TAB when already in the file.  In the info manual at Document
> Structure -> Visibility Cycling -> Initial visibility (section 2.2.2).

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[O] Open drawers ...

2019-03-18 Thread Sharon Kimble

Is it possible to open all drawers of a file from one command please?

Or to have them opened when the file is loaded up, either on restart of emacs 
or be manually opened, please?

Thanks
Sharon.
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[O] SOLUTION - Re: How to colorize text in square brackets?

2019-02-14 Thread Sharon Kimble
Sharon Kimble  writes:

> How can I colorize text within square brackets please, like [fu] ?
>
> I need them colorized as they will hold reminders for myself at that position 
> whilst I'm writing.
>

When I posted this question I knew that the answer would probably lie somewhere 
within font-lock-add-keywords, but I was unable to find it until I started 
googling for 'font-lock-keyword-face' which I was already using. This search 
then lead me to these two pages [1] and [2].

And that lead to this code which achieves what I was trying to accomplish, the 
text within the square boxes to be coloured totally different from its 
surrounding text, meaning that now I can write my book and leave myself 
reminders of various questions, which when I've found the answers can then be 
deleted.

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(font-lock-add-keywords 'org-mode
'(("\\[\\(.*\\)\\]"
 1 font-lock-type-face prepend)))
#+END_SRC
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Thanks
Sharon.

[1] - 
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7401787/emacs-mode-how-to-specify-that-thing-in-square-brackets-should-be-colored
[2] - 
https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/elisp/Faces-for-Font-Lock.html
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[O] How to colorize text in square brackets?

2019-02-11 Thread Sharon Kimble

How can I colorize text within square brackets please, like [fu] ?

I need them colorized as they will hold reminders for myself at that position 
whilst I'm writing.

Thanks
Sharon.
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[O] How to reference a page number from file 2 but in file 1?

2019-01-28 Thread Sharon Kimble

This is the reference in file 2 -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
* Testing
** Testing number one
:mydrawer:
See \uline{Testing number one} on page 
\pageref{2c2a0555-27a4-4ac1-b124-ffb60ee2af00}
:END:
\label{2c2a0555-27a4-4ac1-b124-ffb60ee2af00}
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

And I'm looking to see this in file 1 'See \uline{Testing number one} on page 
\pageref{2c2a0555-27a4-4ac1-b124-ffb60ee2af00}' where the pageref shows the 
page number.

Can it be done please, and if so, how?

Thanks
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[O] A section in file 2 being referenced in file 1, then exported to latex and built into a PDF?

2019-01-27 Thread Sharon Kimble

How can I, in org-mode, reference another heading in a different file in the 
same directory please?

For example -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
* Testing
** Testing number one
:mydrawer:
See \uline{Testing number one} on page 
\pageref{fu2:2c2a0555-27a4-4ac1-b124-ffb60ee2af00}
:END:
\label{2c2a0555-27a4-4ac1-b124-ffb60ee2af00}
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Is in /home/boudiccas/research/writing/fu/fu2.org

and I want the reference to appear in the org-mode file in 
'/home/boudiccas/research/writing/fu/fu.org'

And show as -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
* Testing
** testing one

# See \uline{Testing number one} on page 
\pageref{{fu2.org}:{2c2a0555-27a4-4ac1-b124-ffb60ee2af00}

# See \uline{Testing number one} on page 
\pageref{{fu2.org}:2c2a0555-27a4-4ac1-b124-ffb60ee2af00}

# See \uline{Testing number one} on page 
\pageref{fu2.org:2c2a0555-27a4-4ac1-b124-ffb60ee2af00}

# See \uline{Testing number one} on page 
\pageref{fu2:2c2a0555-27a4-4ac1-b124-ffb60ee2af00}

# See \uline{Testing number one} on page 
\pageref{2c2a0555-27a4-4ac1-b124-ffb60ee2af00}

--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Both files are exported to latex and built into a pdf file.

In the second example I have tried various things, including

--8<---cut here---start->8---
# #+latex_header: \include{/home/boudiccas/research/writing/fu/fu2}

# #+latex_header: \input{/home/boudiccas/research/writing/fu/fu2.org}
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

but none were successful.

So everything that I have tried, and fails, is commented out.

So how can I do it please? Is it actually possible to do it?

Thanks
Sharon.
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Re: [O] Org Elpa deployment failing for past 2 weeks

2019-01-22 Thread Sharon Kimble
Kaushal Modi  writes:

> Hello,
>
> The Org Elpa deploys a new release every week on Mondays.
>
> But it looks like that release has been failing for past 2 weeks.
>
> Here's the log file from yesterday that shows the error during make cleanall: 
> https://orgmode.org/elpa/build-org-pkg.txt
>
> --
> Kaushal Modi
>

And I confirm that it is still failing, with the last update available of 
2018-12-30.

Can someone fix it please, so that we can stay up to date?

Thanks
Sharon.
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Re: [O] exporting to latex and docx not honouring carriage returns to tabbing

2018-10-11 Thread Sharon Kimble
Tim Cross  writes:

> Sharon Kimble  writes:
>
>> Eric S Fraga  writes:
>>
>>> On Tuesday,  9 Oct 2018 at 12:06, Sharon Kimble wrote:
>>>> Brilliant, thanks very much Robert, you've saved the project as I didn't
>>>> fancy having to work with the document in LibreOffice. These are the
>>>> settings that I've finally gone with -
>>>>
>>>> #+LaTeX_Header: \parskip=0pt
>>>> #+LaTeX_Header: \parindent=2em
>>>
>>> This is close to the default behaviour for the LaTeX article class.  Did 
>>> you have something setting these to different values?
>>
>> Yes, I have a custom class called 'my-report' which has no packages
>> outlined in it, here it is.
>>
>> --8<---cut here---start->8---
>> #+begin_src emacs-lisp
>> (with-eval-after-load 'ox-latex
>> (add-to-list 'org-latex-classes
>>  '("my-report" "\\documentclass{report}
>>[NO-DEFAULT-PACKAGES]"
>>;;[EXTRA]"
>>;;("\\part{%s}" . "\\part*{%s}")
>>("\\chapter{%s}" . "\\chapter*{%s}")
>>("\\section{%s}" . "\\section*{%s}")
>>("\\subsection{%s}" . "\\subsection*{%s}")
>>("\\subsubsection{%s}" . "\\subsubsection*{%s}")
>>("\\paragraph{%s}" . "\\paragraph*{%s}")
>>("\\subparagraph{%s}" . "\\subparagraph*{%s}"
>>   (custom-set-variables '(org-export-allow-bind-keywords t))
>> #+end_src
>> [2016-04-14 Thu 08:47]
>> [2016-09-09 Fri 00:54]
>> [2017-01-17 Tue 13:17]
>> http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/org-latex-export.html
>> --8<---cut here---end--->8---
>>
>>
>>>> except for the first paragraph in a new chapter.
>>>
>>> Yes, the first paragraph after any heading will not be indented.  That is 
>>> also default and is actually what most books use.
>>
>> Yes, I'm learning, and checking with the book that I'm currently reading :)
>>
>> Thanks
>> Sharon.
>
> While Eric and Robert have provided some really useful tips on some
> ad-hoc tweaks you can make to latex/pdf output, I would also encourage
> you to look at the many other document styles. As Eric points out, the
> tweaks look to be changing the 'report' class to be more like the
> 'article' class. Have you tried just using the article class instead of
> report? Note also there is a 'book' class as well, which may well
> produce something more in line with what your after if you are wanting
> output which looks more like a published book. Then there are all the
> other 'publishers' styles to consider as well as other style packages
> like KomaScript, HiTec etc. 
>
> While these tweaks are often very useful, they really should be used
> sparingly as they can have unforeseen consequences, especially when you
> begin to use other packages. It is important to remember that some org
> features rely on some of these additional packages to produce good
> export results. Once you start 'tweaking' the output, it can quickly
> spiral out of control. You fix one thing only to create two new issues.
>
> One of the most common mistakes I see when people start using latex as
> the basis for document generation is ad hoc tweaking of the style. This
> is an unfortunate consequence of most of us being exposed to traditional
> word processors such as MS Word or Libre Office. Producing good quality
> documents is a very complex topic and Donald Knuth spent a lot of time
> researching all the aspects of type setting and layout to produce a
> consistently good and reliable system with TeX. Things have evolved and
> we have new requirements (such as on-line documents which are read
> electronically and not printed in hard copy). Additional packages have
> been added to address these types of enhancements. 
>
> The real trick with TeX/LaTeX is to work with the system and not against
> it. If you find it necessary to constantly tweak indent, paragraph
> spacing, line height, line breaks,  etc, then you are probably using the
> wrong document style. Try other styles and look for one which meets the
> majority of your requirements and only then consider tweaking it. As you
> will probably need more than one, you will likely end up with a number
> of custom definitions in addition to 'my-report'. I have around 5 base
> ones as well as a handful of ones specific to par

Re: [O] exporting to latex and docx not honouring carriage returns to tabbing

2018-10-09 Thread Sharon Kimble
Eric S Fraga  writes:

> On Tuesday,  9 Oct 2018 at 12:06, Sharon Kimble wrote:
>> Brilliant, thanks very much Robert, you've saved the project as I didn't
>> fancy having to work with the document in LibreOffice. These are the
>> settings that I've finally gone with -
>>
>> #+LaTeX_Header: \parskip=0pt
>> #+LaTeX_Header: \parindent=2em
>
> This is close to the default behaviour for the LaTeX article class.  Did you 
> have something setting these to different values?

Yes, I have a custom class called 'my-report' which has no packages
outlined in it, here it is.

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(with-eval-after-load 'ox-latex
(add-to-list 'org-latex-classes
 '("my-report" "\\documentclass{report}
   [NO-DEFAULT-PACKAGES]"
   ;;[EXTRA]"
   ;;("\\part{%s}" . "\\part*{%s}")
   ("\\chapter{%s}" . "\\chapter*{%s}")
   ("\\section{%s}" . "\\section*{%s}")
   ("\\subsection{%s}" . "\\subsection*{%s}")
   ("\\subsubsection{%s}" . "\\subsubsection*{%s}")
   ("\\paragraph{%s}" . "\\paragraph*{%s}")
   ("\\subparagraph{%s}" . "\\subparagraph*{%s}"
  (custom-set-variables '(org-export-allow-bind-keywords t))
#+end_src
[2016-04-14 Thu 08:47]
[2016-09-09 Fri 00:54]
[2017-01-17 Tue 13:17]
http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/org-latex-export.html
--8<---cut here---end--->8---


>> except for the first paragraph in a new chapter. 
>
> Yes, the first paragraph after any heading will not be indented.  That is 
> also default and is actually what most books use.

Yes, I'm learning, and checking with the book that I'm currently reading :)

Thanks
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Re: [O] exporting to latex and docx not honouring carriage returns to tabbing

2018-10-09 Thread Sharon Kimble
Robert Klein  writes:

> On Mon, 08 Oct 2018 16:54:39 +0100
> Eric S Fraga  wrote:
>
>> On Monday,  8 Oct 2018 at 10:56, Sharon Kimble wrote:
>> > My finished output in the pdf will have every line indented/tabbed
>> > to 4 spaces and have a carriage-return at the end of each
>> > paragraph, with no spacings in between paragraphs.
>> >
>> > I can get it how I want in org-mode, but when its exported to latex
>> > and converted into a pdf file, the whole section comes out in one
>> > block of text!  
>> 
>> Both LaTeX and org define new paragraphs by a blank line.   Spaces at
>> the start of a line only have meaning, in org, if the lines are part
>> of a list (and never mean anything in LaTeX).
>> 
>> I am not sure exactly what you want to achieve so it is difficult to
>> suggest anything.  Try separating your paragraphs with empty lines to
>> see how much closer this gets you to what you want.
>> 
>
> What Eric says.
>
> Then try to add to the org-file a line
>
> #+LaTeX_Header: \parskip=0pt
>
> so the spacing between paragraphs is 0.  Then add
>
> #+LaTeX_Header: \parindent=0pt
>
> so the first line of a paragraph isn't indented.
>
> If you want to get /all/ the text indented by “4 spaces”, put a line
>
> #+LaTeX: \setlength{\leftskip}{2em}
>
> at the top of your document.
>
>
> If you want only parts indented, put the line before the beginning of
> the part to be indented and put this line after it:
>
> #+LaTeX: \setlength{\leftskip}{0em}
>
> Does this help?

Brilliant, thanks very much Robert, you've saved the project as I didn't
fancy having to work with the document in LibreOffice. These are the
settings that I've finally gone with -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+LaTeX_Header: \parskip=0pt
#+LaTeX_Header: \parindent=2em
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

and I've found that having that parindent of 2em gives a very close
approximation of each paragraph beginning with four spaces, except for
the first paragraph in a new chapter. Weird, but true! Just part of what
my finished document has to look like, open any fiction book and you see
what its supposed to look like. When it works right, its beautiful, but
when its wrong, its a right mare!

Thank you very much, and now I've learnt how to do it, it'll make the
whole thing much easier.

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[O] exporting to latex and docx not honouring carriage returns to tabbing

2018-10-08 Thread Sharon Kimble

I have a problem in an org-mode file which is then exported to latex and
then converted into a pdf. And the file is the draft of my fiction book.

My finished output in the pdf will have every line indented/tabbed to 4
spaces and have a carriage-return at the end of each paragraph, with no
spacings in between paragraphs.

I can get it how I want in org-mode, but when its exported to latex and
converted into a pdf file, the whole section comes out in one block of
text!

Its as if something isn't honouring a carriage return and neither
recognising the 4 spaces!

So how can I achieve my goal please?

I've tried manually doing a return and then deleting the space it
creates for the next line to then have its obligatory 4 spaces of
indentation but its not working as I want, so how can I do it please?

I've also tried exporting the file to docx using pandoc, and its not
recognising any carriage-returns in its output either.

Thanks
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Re: [O] One column TOC?

2018-08-13 Thread Sharon Kimble
Robert Klein  writes:

> Hi,
>
> On Sun, 12 Aug 2018 13:25:34 +0200
> Eric S Fraga  wrote:
>
>> On Sunday, 12 Aug 2018 at 06:49, alain.coch...@unistra.fr wrote:
>> > Sharon Kimble writes on Sun 12 Aug 2018 00:36:  
>> >  > 
>> >  > I've been puzzling over this for several weeks now, how can I
>> >  > get the  
>> >  
>> >  > TOC of a document, written in org-mode and exported as latex and
>> >  > then built into a PDF, have just one column of its TOC, instead
>> >  > of what seems to be its default of 2 columns, please?  
>> >
>> > That is funny, for me it has always been one column.  How do you do
>> > two columns?
>> 
>> It might depend on the LaTeX class used.  It's not an org issue.
>
> Indeed.  I remember looking for a way to make the Toc two column.  My
> LaTeX export now sports a line
>
> \usepackage[toc]{multitoc}
>
> plus some configurations.
>
> If you don't find a “#+LaTeX_Header: ” line \usepackaging some toc
> package or stuff, you might want to look at your emacs initialization
> file.  In particular look for a modification of the
> “org-latex-packages-alist” variable.
>
> Best regards
> Robert

Thanks Eric and Robert.

I had a look and found that I too had multitoc loaded in, and when I
commented it out my TOC became one only column, which is what I want.

Many thanks both

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[O] How to get <

2018-08-11 Thread Sharon Kimble

I'm not sure if this is an org-mode problem or a general emacs one, so if its 
in the wrong place, sorry, and if you can tell me where it should be placed for 
a better result, then great. :)

Anyway, I'm writing something that has interspersed things like <>
or <<10-08-2018>> or <<2018-08-11>>, so there's no set pattern except
they're all prefaced with <<, but how can I show these in possibly a
Imenu menu to help in moving about in the document, please.

Or is there some other simpler or easier way of getting these to show in
a drop-down menu from the menubar please?

Thanks
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[O] One column TOC?

2018-08-11 Thread Sharon Kimble

I've been puzzling over this for several weeks now, how can I get the
TOC of a document, written in org-mode and exported as latex and then
built into a PDF, have just one column of its TOC, instead of what seems
to be its default of 2 columns, please?

Thanks
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[O] Headings in a TOC but not exported to latex, but how?

2018-07-20 Thread Sharon Kimble

I've just learnt how to do table of contents for an org-mode file.

I'm working on one file that is exported to latex and then built into a
pdf document, where I've got several level 1 headings that I don't want
to export to latex so I've tagged them as :NOEXPORT:. However I do want
to include them in the org-mode TOC, so how can I do it please?

Thanks
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[O] How to keep footnotes hidden when creating a new footnote

2018-04-23 Thread Sharon Kimble

I'm writing a document that currently has over 500 footnotes, which is
then exported to latex and subsequently built into a PDF file. But every
time that I write a new footnote, all the other footnotes show as
visible, whereas previously they were hidden under their second-level
title.

How can I get the 'old' footnotes to remain hidden, unopened and not
visible please?

Thanks
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Re: [O] How to get 'repeating footnotes' please?

2018-04-13 Thread Sharon Kimble
"Berry, Charles" <ccbe...@ucsd.edu> writes:

>> On Apr 10, 2018, at 5:42 AM, Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> 
>> wrote:
>> 
>> Samuel Wales <samolog...@gmail.com> writes:
>> 
>>> [fn:apples: ...]
>>> 
>>> [fn:apples]
>> 
>> I'm sorry Samuel, but it seems like you haven't read all of my initial
>> question, where I stated 'All my footnotes are 4 digits like
>> '[fn:0010]'.' I'm not going to change my habits of using numerical
>> footnotes that have been in documents for over ten years now to alpha
>> footnotes. Sorry, its just not going to happen!
>> 
>> But I am open to any other suggestions which involve numerical
>> footnotes?
>> 
>
>
> Numerical footnotes work the same as alpha AFAICS. So, Samuel's suggestion 
> works, but I think you
> may be asking a question about repeating the *text* of a footnote rather than 
> merely referencing it
> from a different location. If so, there may be a latex solution for you. 
> Perhaps this helps:
>
>   http://www.tex.ac.uk/FAQ-repfootnote.html
>
> and the fixfoot package is what you need.
> ??
>
> If not maybe you can elaborate on what the desired latex should be.

Thanks Chuck.

Yes it is 'repeating text' that I want in my reused footnotes.

The problem with the latex solutions that you've proposed is that they
rely on what I call 'static footnotes' meaning that the footnote number
always stays the same, whereas org-mode uses 'dynamic footnotes' meaning
that if you insert one between 3 and 4 they are automatically renumbered
to "3 and new one 4 and 5".

When you're writing a long document, be it a book or an article or even
a letter and you use footnotes, its very handy for them to be
recalibrated every time that you use or insert a footnote. This
recalibration or automatic renumbering is a godsend I've found, and is
one of the strengths of org-mode, especially when you're memory is
becoming increasingly problematic and you keep forgetting what you want
to say.

And that's why I'm trying to get repeat text in org-modes dynamic
footnotes. In every experiment that I've made using [fn:0001] as my
reference point it has failed, seemingly due to an inability to graft
latex commands into an org-mode dynamic footnote, which is then exported
and published as an latexed PDF.

To help in potentially debugging or getting this going I'm also
including my very minimalist totally nonsensical MWE -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+STARTUP: fnadjust
#+LaTeX_class: memoir

* Introduction
# \minitoc

You can also find information about your rights and choices, including refusing 
treatment, setting
down your wishes for your future treatment, and _how_ [fn:1] to give someone 
the legal right to make
decisions for you if you are no longer capable.

# \footnote{how is a banana\label{fn:repeat}}
[fn:1] how is a banana\label{1:how is a banana}

# [fn:1] \footnote{how is a banana\label{fn:repeat}}

** What is palliative care?

It can be delivered alongside particular treatments, such as chemotherapy or 
radiotherapy.
Palliative care helps people with advanced or terminal illnesses have the best 
possible _quality of
life_ [fn:2]. This also includes support for their families.

# Specialist palliative care is typically delivered by a team with diverse 
expertise in caring for
# people with progressive and life-limiting illness.

[fn:2] The individuals's ability to enjoy normal life activities.


*** What is palliative care?

End-of-life care includes palliative care. If you have an illness that can't be 
cured, palliative
care makes you as comfortable as possible, by managing your pain and other 
distressing symptoms. It
also involves psychological, social and spiritual support for you and your 
family or carers. This is
called a holistic approach, because it deals with you as a "whole" _person_. 
\footref{1:repeat}
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

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Re: [O] How to get 'repeating footnotes' please?

2018-04-10 Thread Sharon Kimble
Samuel Wales  writes:

> [fn:apples: ...]
>
> [fn:apples]

I'm sorry Samuel, but it seems like you haven't read all of my initial
question, where I stated 'All my footnotes are 4 digits like
'[fn:0010]'.' I'm not going to change my habits of using numerical
footnotes that have been in documents for over ten years now to alpha
footnotes. Sorry, its just not going to happen!

But I am open to any other suggestions which involve numerical
footnotes?

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[O] How to get 'repeating footnotes' please?

2018-04-08 Thread Sharon Kimble

How can I have repeat footnotes in an org-mode file that is exported to
latex and then built into a pdf file please? All my footnotes are 4
digits like '[fn:0010]'.

For example, if I had '[fn:0001] Apples are green' on page 3 of my
document, how can I then have the same footnote on page 53 please?

Thanks
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Re: [O] 2-column mode for many cooking recipes

2018-03-01 Thread Sharon Kimble
Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> writes:

> I have this as a recipe -
>
> ** Date Bread
> \index[pies]{Date bread}\index[menu]{Bread!date}\index[cook]{Bake!date 
> bread}\index{Fruit!dates}
> /12 ounces stoned dates/\\
> /1 teaspoonful bicarbonate of soda/\\
> /1 cupful boiling water/\\
> /4 ounces margarine/\\
> /1 egg/\\
> /2 cups flour/\\
> /$\frac{1}{2}$ cup sugar/\\
> /pinch of salt/
>
> Cut dates into pieces, shake soda over the dates, and pour water over. Add 
> margarine cut into small
> pieces and stir well. Break egg into mixture, then add sugar and flour. 
> Divide into two loaf tins
> and bake 90 minutes in moderate oven, Regulo 4 (cite:0187).
>
> How can I have the ingredients in a left-most column and the method in a
> right-most column please? So that everything below the index entries is
> in 2-column mode which ends after the citation. And it can then be
> renewed below the next index entries of the next entry, ad infinitum.
>
> This is for an org-mode document that is exported to latex and built
> into a pdf file.
>
As a follow-up to this, and thanks to Akater and Eric for their input -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
** Macaroon Tart
\index[pies]{Macaroon 
tart}\index[menu]{Tart!macaroon}\index[cook]{Bake!macaroon tart}
#+begin_ingredients
/\uline{short pastry}/\footnotemark \\
/jam/\\
/1 teacupful sugar/\\
/almond essence/\\
/1 teacupful semolina/\\
/1 reconstituted powdered egg/\\
/3 ounces margarine/
#+end_ingredients
#+begin_steps
- Line the sandwich tin with short pastry.
- Spread jam over it and fill with mixture creamed together from all of the 
above ingredients.
- Bake in fairly hot oven for over 20 minutes (cite:0186).
#+end_steps

\footnotetext{See \uline{Short Pastry+} in Part 1 - Basics, Biscuits, Bread & 
Pastries}
\footnotetext{See Short Pastry+ in Part 1 - Basics, Biscuits, Bread \& Pastries}
\footnotetext{See *Short Pastry+* in Part 1 - Basics, Biscuits, Bread \& 
Pastries}
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

In a minipage like Eric suggested, org-mode footnotes do not work, they
end up putting the footnote at the bottom of their minipage, which isn't
ideal.

The solution is as I've shown above to use \footnotemark and then the
\footnotetext{foo} where you want.

But to get the new footnote to show t the bottom of the page like the
rest of the document you also need to have in your preamble
'#+latex_header: \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc}' which will then place
your new footnote at the bottom of the generated PDF.

But, and its a big but, you can't have any text decorations (think
*bold*, _underline_, etc) in your footnote text as it breaks the
positioning and display of the footnotes. As shown in this latex
output -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
\section{Macaroon Tart}
\label{sec:orgb1ba005}
\index[pies]{Macaroon 
tart}\index[menu]{Tart!macaroon}\index[cook]{Bake!macaroon tart}
\begin{ingredients}
\emph{\uline{short pastry}}\footnotemark \\
\emph{jam}\\
\emph{1 teacupful sugar}\\
\emph{almond essence}\\
\emph{1 teacupful semolina}\\
\emph{1 reconstituted powdered egg}\\
\emph{3 ounces margarine}
\end{ingredients}
\begin{steps}
\begin{itemize}
\item Line the sandwich tin with short pastry.
\item Spread jam over it and fill with mixture creamed together from all of the 
above ingredients.
\item Bake in fairly hot oven for over 20 minutes (\cite{0186}).
\end{itemize}
\end{steps}

\footnotetext\{See \uline{Short Pastry+} in Part 1 - Basics, Biscuits, Bread \& 
Pastries\}
\footnotetext{See Short Pastry+ in Part 1 - Basics, Biscuits, Bread \& Pastries}
\footnotetext{See *Short Pastry+* in Part 1 - Basics, Biscuits, Bread \& 
Pastries}
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

The first footnote text breaks because of having the underlined text
inside it, it inserts a backslash just before the first opening curly
bracket, and places a backslash just before the closing curly bracket.
Not good!

The second footnote text works.

The third footnote text breaks because of the org-mode decoration,
specifically the stars to either side of 'Short Pastry+'.

Maybe the org-mode exporter to latex could be altered to allow
underlines in footnotes in minipages, but I suspect that it can't be
done. I think that its one of those weird latex-isms, love it or hate
it, you've got to use it to achieve nirvana!

So to summarise -

- if you want footnotes in minipages, you must
- use \footnotemark where you want the footnote inside the minipage, and 
\footnotetext{foo} outside the minipage,
- use #+latex_header: \usepackage[bottom]{footmisc} to place your built 
footnote at the page end, and finally 
- do not use any org-mode decoration of text to achieve *bold*, _underline_, 
etc within your \footnotetext{foo}, use 

Re: [O] 2-column mode for many cooking recipes

2018-02-28 Thread Sharon Kimble
Eric S Fraga <esfli...@gmail.com> writes:

> On Wednesday, 28 Feb 2018 at 09:56, Sharon Kimble wrote:
>> I have this as a recipe -
>
> [...]
>
>> How can I have the ingredients in a left-most column and the method in a
>> right-most column please? So that everything below the index entries is
>> in 2-column mode which ends after the citation. And it can then be
>> renewed below the next index entries of the next entry, ad infinitum.
>>
>> This is for an org-mode document that is exported to latex and built
>> into a pdf file.
>
> You could use special blocks (section 12.10.10 of org manual).  See
> attached example for your recipe.  Does require LaTeX magic...

Unfortunately I spoke too soon.

With this recipe -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
** Macaroon Tart
\index[pies]{Macaroon 
tart}\index[menu]{Tart!macaroon}\index[cook]{Bake!macaroon tart}
#+begin_ingredients
/\uline{short pastry} [fn:4]/\\
/jam/\\
/1 teacupful sugar/\\
/almond essence/\\
/1 teacupful semolina/\\
/1 reconstituted powdered egg/\\
/3 ounces margarine/
#+end_ingredients
#+begin_steps
- Line the sandwich tin with short pastry.
- Spread jam over it and fill with mixture creamed together from all of the 
above ingredients.
- Bake in fairly hot oven for over 20 minutes (cite:0186).
#+end_steps

[fn:4] See \uline{Short Pastry+} in Part 1 - Basics, Biscuits, Bread & Pastries
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Using this code snippet from my init file -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(setq org-footnote-section nil)
(setq org-footnote-auto-adjust t)
#+END_SRC
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

All footnotes are shown at the end of the page.

However with Eric's code snippet the footnotes are shown at the end of
'#+end_ingredients', so how can I get it back at the foot of the page
when exported to latex and built into a PDF again please?

Also the footnote has changed from a numerical superscript to an
alphabetical superscript! How could I get them back to numerical ones
please?

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Re: [O] 2-column mode for many cooking recipes

2018-02-28 Thread Sharon Kimble
Eric S Fraga <esfli...@gmail.com> writes:

> On Wednesday, 28 Feb 2018 at 09:56, Sharon Kimble wrote:
>> I have this as a recipe -
>
> [...]
>
>> How can I have the ingredients in a left-most column and the method in a
>> right-most column please? So that everything below the index entries is
>> in 2-column mode which ends after the citation. And it can then be
>> renewed below the next index entries of the next entry, ad infinitum.
>>
>> This is for an org-mode document that is exported to latex and built
>> into a pdf file.
>
> You could use special blocks (section 12.10.10 of org manual).  See
> attached example for your recipe.  Does require LaTeX magic...

This is what Eric has suggested -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
* Recipes
#+begin_export latex
\definecolor{verypaleblue}{rgb}{0.95,0.95,1}
\makeatletter\newenvironment{ingredients}{\begin{lrbox}{\@tempboxa}\begin{minipage}{0.3\textwidth}}{\end{minipage}\end{lrbox}\colorbox{verypaleblue}{\usebox{\@tempboxa}}}\makeatother
\makeatletter\newenvironment{steps}{\begin{lrbox}{\@tempboxa}\begin{minipage}{0.6\textwidth}\centering}{\end{minipage}\end{lrbox}\usebox{\@tempboxa}}\makeatother
#+end_export

** Date Bread
#+begin_ingredients
/12 ounces stoned dates/\\
/1 teaspoonful bicarbonate of soda/\\
/1 cupful boiling water/\\
/4 ounces margarine/\\
/1 egg/\\
/2 cups flour/\\
/$\frac{1}{2}$ cup sugar/\\
/pinch of salt/
#+end_ingredients
#+begin_steps
- Cut dates into pieces, shake soda over the dates, and pour water over.
- Add margarine cut into small pieces and stir well.
- Break egg into mixture, then add sugar and flour.
- Divide into two loaf tins and bake 90 minutes in moderate oven, Regulo 4.
#+end_steps
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

And to use these two blocks I've written 2 new snippets -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
# -*- mode: snippet -*-
# name: 2 column, part 1, recipes
# key: xin
# --
#+begin_ingredients
$0
#+end_ingredients
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

and -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
# -*- mode: snippet -*-
# name: 2 column, part 2, recipes
# key: xst
# --
#+begin_steps
$0
#+end_steps
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

And its now all working very well, and greatly enhances the look of the
printed page.

Thanks very much Eric, its working perfectly.

Thanks
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Re: [O] superscript footnote number underlined?

2018-02-28 Thread Sharon Kimble
Akater <nuclearsp...@gmail.com> writes:

> Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> writes:
>
>> How can I have the footnote number in an org-mode file, exported to
>> latex and then built as a PDF file, be underlined please?
>
> Try adding the following LaTeX directive.
>
> #+latex_header: \renewcommand{\thefootnote}{\underline{\arabic{footnote}}}
>
> Note: both footnote number in text and in the footnote itself will be
> underlined.

Thanks Akater, this works perfectly. 

Thanks
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[O] 2-column mode for many cooking recipes

2018-02-28 Thread Sharon Kimble

I have this as a recipe -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
** Date Bread
\index[pies]{Date bread}\index[menu]{Bread!date}\index[cook]{Bake!date 
bread}\index{Fruit!dates}
/12 ounces stoned dates/\\
/1 teaspoonful bicarbonate of soda/\\
/1 cupful boiling water/\\
/4 ounces margarine/\\
/1 egg/\\
/2 cups flour/\\
/$\frac{1}{2}$ cup sugar/\\
/pinch of salt/

Cut dates into pieces, shake soda over the dates, and pour water over. Add 
margarine cut into small
pieces and stir well. Break egg into mixture, then add sugar and flour. Divide 
into two loaf tins
and bake 90 minutes in moderate oven, Regulo 4 (cite:0187).
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

How can I have the ingredients in a left-most column and the method in a
right-most column please? So that everything below the index entries is
in 2-column mode which ends after the citation. And it can then be
renewed below the next index entries of the next entry, ad infinitum.

This is for an org-mode document that is exported to latex and built
into a pdf file.

Thanks
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[O] superscript footnote number underlined?

2018-02-20 Thread Sharon Kimble

How can I have the footnote number in an org-mode file, exported to
latex and then built as a PDF file, be underlined please? I'm finding
them very difficult to see when the page is printed in black on white,
and I'm hoping that underlining the superscript footnote number will
make it stand out more from the rest of the text.

Thanks
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Re: [O] export to latex but *not* export the citations

2018-01-19 Thread Sharon Kimble
John Kitchin <jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu> writes:

> I don't think that it is possible for the snippet I sent to remove the the 
> parentheses as they are not part of the link. 
>
> You can either replace them all interactively with a regexp, e.g.
>
> #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
> (goto-char (point-min))
> (query-replace-regexp "(\\(cite:.*\\))" "\\1")
> #+END_SRC
>
> That regexp assumes they are all cite links (e.g. no citep, etc), and that 
> there are no spaces between the (). This is what I would do, it should prompt 
> you for each replacement, and you will end up pressing y 381 times.
>
> Alternatively, you can use this approach to remove the links from a copy of 
> the buffer right before it is exported. This will leave the original links in 
> place.
>
> #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
> (let ((org-export-before-processing-hook (lambda (backend)
>    (goto-char (point-max))
>    (while (re-search-backward "(cite:.*)" nil t)
>      (setf (buffer-substring (match-beginning 0) (match-end 0)) "")
>   (org-latex-export-as-latex))
> #+END_SRC

Thanks very much for this John.

I've used your second version with a slight alteration and the complete
snippet now shows as -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
* Build :noexport:
#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(let ((org-export-before-processing-hook (lambda (backend)
   (goto-char (point-max))
   (while (re-search-backward "(cite:.*)" nil t)
     (setf (buffer-substring (match-beginning 0) (match-end 0)) "")
  (org-latex-export-to-latex))
#+END_SRC
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

This then allows me to build my pdf file using my 'pdfbuild' script as per 
normal.

The reason why I've gone for your second code snippet is because it
still leaves the original curled brackets in situ so that I can do a
'normal' build at any time and export it as a latex file for building
with.

I've tried it out on 3 different files which I am most readily
converting to latex at the moment, and its worked very well in all of
them, so thanks John kudos to you :)

I suppose the next logical question is - how do I assign some keys to it
so that I can trigger the revamped build from elsewhere in the document?
Or even include it in my 'Mono' menu using "easymenu"?

Thanks
Sharon.

> John
>
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> On Fri, Jan 19, 2018 at 8:45 AM, Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> 
> wrote:
>
> John Kitchin <jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu> writes:
>
> > You can try this:
> >
> > * Build :noexport:
> >
> > Put this heading in your file, and run this block.
> >
> > #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
> > (flet ((org-ref-format-cite (keyword desc format) ""))
> >  (org-latex-export-to-latex))
> > #+END_SRC
> >
> > It will temporarily redefine the cite export function. It appears it
> > replaces them with a space, but this should be a problem for latex.
> >
> Sorry list, I inadvertently sent this direct to John.
>
> Thanks John for this, its not quite working as I'd like, so I'll explain 
> it with examples.
>
> * Case 1 - original setup
>
> --8<---cut here---start->8---
> Source =
>
> The remaining 'other place'
> deaths include over 150 described as 'psychiatric hospitals', 
> 'psychiatric hospitals (security)' or
> 'psychiatric unit' (cite:0113).
>
> Pdf =
>
> The remaining
> ’other place’ deaths include over 150 described as ’psychiatric 
> hospitals’, ’psychiatric hospitals
> (security)’ or ’psychiatric unit’ (WILSON , 2015).
> --8<---cut here---end--->8---
>
> * Case 2 - brackets removed round citation
>
> --8<---cut here---start->8---
> Source =
>
> The remaining 'other place'
> deaths include over 150 described as 'psychiatric hospitals', 
> 'psychiatric hospitals (security)' or
> 'psychiatric unit' cite:0113.
>
> Pdf =
>
> The remaining
> ’other place’ deaths include over 150 described as ’psychiatric 
> hospitals’, ’psychiatric hospitals
> (security)’ or ’psychiatric unit’ WILSON , 2015.
> --8<---cut here---end--->8---
> 

Re: [O] export to latex but *not* export the citations

2018-01-19 Thread Sharon Kimble
John Kitchin <jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu> writes:

> You can try this:
>
> * Build :noexport:
>
> Put this heading in your file, and run this block.
>
> #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
> (flet ((org-ref-format-cite (keyword desc format) ""))
>  (org-latex-export-to-latex))
> #+END_SRC
>
> It will temporarily redefine the cite export function. It appears it
> replaces them with a space, but this should be a problem for latex.
>
Sorry list, I inadvertently sent this direct to John.

Thanks John for this, its not quite working as I'd like, so I'll explain it 
with examples.

* Case 1 - original setup

--8<---cut here---start->8---
Source =

The remaining 'other place'
deaths include over 150 described as 'psychiatric hospitals', 'psychiatric 
hospitals (security)' or
'psychiatric unit' (cite:0113).

Pdf =

The remaining
’other place’ deaths include over 150 described as ’psychiatric hospitals’, 
’psychiatric hospitals
(security)’ or ’psychiatric unit’ (WILSON , 2015).
--8<---cut here---end--->8---


* Case 2 - brackets removed round citation

--8<---cut here---start->8---
Source =

The remaining 'other place'
deaths include over 150 described as 'psychiatric hospitals', 'psychiatric 
hospitals (security)' or
'psychiatric unit' cite:0113.

Pdf =

The remaining
’other place’ deaths include over 150 described as ’psychiatric hospitals’, 
’psychiatric hospitals
(security)’ or ’psychiatric unit’ WILSON , 2015.
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

* Case 3 - with John's coding

--8<---cut here---start->8---
Source =

The remaining 'other place'
deaths include over 150 described as 'psychiatric hospitals', 'psychiatric 
hospitals (security)' or
'psychiatric unit' (cite:0113).

And with your coding and built as pdf =

The remaining
’other place’ deaths include over 150 described as ’psychiatric hospitals’, 
’psychiatric hospitals
(security)’ or ’psychiatric unit’ ().
--8<---cut here---end--->8---


* Case 4 - with John's coding

--8<---cut here---start->8---
Source =

The remaining 'other place'
deaths include over 150 described as 'psychiatric hospitals', 'psychiatric 
hospitals (security)' or
'psychiatric unit' cite:0113.

And with your coding and built as pdf =

The remaining
’other place’ deaths include over 150 described as ’psychiatric hospitals’, 
’psychiatric hospitals
(security)’ or ’psychiatric unit’ .
--8<---cut here---end--->8---


- Case 1 is the start point and as it currently is.
- Case 2 is an interim stage, with the circular brackets round the
  citation removed. When its exported the sentence looks ugly with out
  any differentiation between the text and the citation.
- Case 3 is with John's coding snippet being applied and the whole
  exported, and it leaves the circular brackets round the citation
  behind but no citation.
- Case 4 is with John's coding snippet applied after the circular
  brackets have been removed, and is nirvana! :)

But it would be a mammoth undertaking going through and removing all the
circular brackets round the citations, and there's 381 references in the
bibliography, so is it possible for your code snippet to temporarily
remove the circular brackets as part of its building the tex file
please?

Thanks John, I do appreciate it

Sharon.


> Sharon Kimble writes:
>
>> I'm writing a document which currently has 408 pages and over a 1,000
>> footnotes, and with a size of 1.1 mbs.
>>
>> I'm exporting it to latex using 'org-latex-export-to-latex' and am now
>> wondering is it possible to export it *and* omit the citations? The
>> citations currently are showing in the org-mode source file as
>> '(cite:)'.
>>
>> So to clarify - the org-mode document is exported to latex and then
>> built into a pdf file in a separate process. The org-mode document has
>> citations, showing in the org-mode document as '(cite:)', where the
>> '' is any one of four figures which don't have any impact on reality
>> in org-mode, though org-ref allows them to be seen as a quasi-bibtex
>> display in the mini-buffer. When the pdf file is built they are
>> converted into authoryear citations, and its these citations that I'm
>> looking to *not* display in the pdf file. I would like the citations to
>> still show in the org-mode source document but not to show in the final
>> built pdf file.
>>
>> The file, or program, that is building the pdf can be seen at [fn:1].
>>
>> So how can I do it please?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Sharon.
>>
>> [fn:1] 'pdfbuild' - fro

[O] export to latex but *not* export the citations

2018-01-19 Thread Sharon Kimble

I'm writing a document which currently has 408 pages and over a 1,000
footnotes, and with a size of 1.1 mbs.

I'm exporting it to latex using 'org-latex-export-to-latex' and am now
wondering is it possible to export it *and* omit the citations? The
citations currently are showing in the org-mode source file as
'(cite:)'.

So to clarify - the org-mode document is exported to latex and then
built into a pdf file in a separate process. The org-mode document has
citations, showing in the org-mode document as '(cite:)', where the
'' is any one of four figures which don't have any impact on reality
in org-mode, though org-ref allows them to be seen as a quasi-bibtex
display in the mini-buffer. When the pdf file is built they are
converted into authoryear citations, and its these citations that I'm
looking to *not* display in the pdf file. I would like the citations to
still show in the org-mode source document but not to show in the final
built pdf file.

The file, or program, that is building the pdf can be seen at [fn:1].

So how can I do it please?

Thanks
Sharon.

[fn:1] 'pdfbuild' - from tex to PDF - version 2 = 
http://www.sharons.org.uk/pdfbuild2.html
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[O] How to renumber footnotes please?

2017-12-18 Thread Sharon Kimble

I have a problem with my footnotes, specifically I have in a book of
cooking recipes, written in org-mode which is then exported to latex and
built into a PDF file, the following line -

/short crust pastry \uuline{1} [fn:90] OR \uuline{2} [fn:91] OR \uuline{3} 
[fn:92] OR \uuline{4} [fn:93]/\\

And a bit later I'm using the exact same line of - /short crust pastry
\uuline{1} [fn:90] OR \uuline{2} [fn:91] OR \uuline{3} [fn:92] OR
\uuline{4} [fn:93]/\\

But there are other footnotes in between which should change the
footnotes number. So how do I renumber them please? I've tried using
'C-u C-c C-x f S' but its made no difference, so how can I do it please?

Thanks
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Re: [O] double underlines and external references

2017-12-18 Thread Sharon Kimble
John Kitchin <jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu> writes:

Thanks for replying John.

> I see, if it is just export you can still use a link with custom exporters 
> for internal and external recipes. eg: [[irec: some recipe label]] might 
> export to \uline{some recipe label} and [[erec:some other recipe]] might 
> export to \
> uuline{some other recipe}, and you would use the ulem latex package to get 
> those commands. 

\uuline is working very nicely, and I've set it up through a yasnippet

--8<---cut here---start->8---
# -*- mode: snippet -*-
# name: double-underline
# key: ulx
# --
\uuline{
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Thanks
Sharon.

> The colors I was referring to were for your benefit in org-mode to make it 
> easy to see which kind of link it is.
>
> Another alternative is a macro:
>
> #+MACRO: irec  \uline{$1}
> #+MACRO: erec  \uuline{$1}
> #+LATEX_HEADER: \usepackage{ulem}
> {{{irec(some label)}}} and {{{erec(some other label)}}}
>
> This exports to: \uline{some label} and \uuline{some other label} 
>
> John
>
> ---
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> Doherty Hall A207F
> Department of Chemical Engineering
> Carnegie Mellon University
> Pittsburgh, PA 15213
> 412-268-7803
> @johnkitchin
> http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu
>
> On Wed, Dec 13, 2017 at 10:05 AM, Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> 
> wrote:
>
> John Kitchin <jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu> writes:
>
> > You could just use regular links for this. You could setup a face 
> function that changes the color depending on it being internal or external, 
> or you could make separate links for them. See 
> > 
> http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu/blog/2016/11/04/New-link-features-in-org-9/ 
> for many examples of what kinds of things can be done.
> >
> > John
>
> Thanks for replying John.
>
> I don't think I was quite as explicit as I should've been. I'm exporting
> my org-mode documents into latex ones, which are then building a PDF,
> which can then be printed in black and white (with no other colours
> being allowed), with the ultimate aim of it being professionally printed
> as books.
>
> Hence my need for both, double and single line, underlines.
>
> But I'm also open to any other way of finding some other way of showing
> the different links, but I can only use either black or white colours.
>
> Thanks
> Sharon.
>
> > ---
> > Professor John Kitchin 
> > Doherty Hall A207F
>     > Department of Chemical Engineering
> > Carnegie Mellon University
> > Pittsburgh, PA 15213
> > 412-268-7803
> > @johnkitchin
> > http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu
> >
> > On Wed, Dec 13, 2017 at 6:56 AM, Sharon Kimble 
> <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> wrote:
> >
> >     For my current series of books that I'm writing in org-mode which is
> >     being exported to latex, I need to differentiate between recipes in 
> the
> >     current working file, and to recipes in an external file. This is 
> in a
> >     series of books all containing recipes. So what I'm looking for is 
> the
> >     ability to use a single underline for internal, and a double 
> underline
> >     for external. I can do a single underline easily in org-mode, but 
> I'm
> >     having problems with a double underline.
> >
> >     But is it the best method, using single and double underlines? Can
> >     anyone suggest some other ways of doing it, please? Like, for 
> instance,
> >     can I have a reference to a particular section in another file?
> >
> >     Thanks
> >     Sharon
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>
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Re: [O] double underlines and external references

2017-12-13 Thread Sharon Kimble
John Kitchin <jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu> writes:

> You could just use regular links for this. You could setup a face function 
> that changes the color depending on it being internal or external, or you 
> could make separate links for them. See 
> http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu/blog/2016/11/04/New-link-features-in-org-9/ 
> for many examples of what kinds of things can be done.
>
> John

Thanks for replying John.

I don't think I was quite as explicit as I should've been. I'm exporting
my org-mode documents into latex ones, which are then building a PDF,
which can then be printed in black and white (with no other colours
being allowed), with the ultimate aim of it being professionally printed
as books.

Hence my need for both, double and single line, underlines.

But I'm also open to any other way of finding some other way of showing
the different links, but I can only use either black or white colours.

Thanks
Sharon.


> ---
> Professor John Kitchin 
> Doherty Hall A207F
> Department of Chemical Engineering
> Carnegie Mellon University
> Pittsburgh, PA 15213
> 412-268-7803
> @johnkitchin
> http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu
>
> On Wed, Dec 13, 2017 at 6:56 AM, Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> 
> wrote:
>
> For my current series of books that I'm writing in org-mode which is
> being exported to latex, I need to differentiate between recipes in the
> current working file, and to recipes in an external file. This is in a
> series of books all containing recipes. So what I'm looking for is the
> ability to use a single underline for internal, and a double underline
> for external. I can do a single underline easily in org-mode, but I'm
> having problems with a double underline.
>
> But is it the best method, using single and double underlines? Can
> anyone suggest some other ways of doing it, please? Like, for instance,
> can I have a reference to a particular section in another file?
>
> Thanks
> Sharon
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[O] double underlines and external references

2017-12-13 Thread Sharon Kimble

For my current series of books that I'm writing in org-mode which is
being exported to latex, I need to differentiate between recipes in the
current working file, and to recipes in an external file. This is in a
series of books all containing recipes. So what I'm looking for is the
ability to use a single underline for internal, and a double underline
for external. I can do a single underline easily in org-mode, but I'm
having problems with a double underline.

But is it the best method, using single and double underlines? Can
anyone suggest some other ways of doing it, please? Like, for instance,
can I have a reference to a particular section in another file?

Thanks
Sharon
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[O] export from a symlink to the source directory?

2017-10-25 Thread Sharon Kimble

If I have a file symlinked to another directory, is it possible for it
to be exported to the original source directory as a .tex file please?

Example -

Original file ~/research/rhubarb/rhubarb17.org

Symlinked to ~/.emacs.d/org/rhubarb17.org

But when I export the file from the symlink to a latex file I end up with 
~/.emacs.d/org/rhubarb17.tex

Whereas what I'm looking for is ~/research/rhubarb/rhubarb17.tex

So how can I do that please?

Thanks
Sharon.
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[O] enhancement - cross-reference to another file?

2017-10-14 Thread Sharon Kimble

Is it possible to cross reference to another org-mode file in a
different directory?

Example - cooking 1 has an entry for Mayonnaise, so can file 2 have an
entry for mayonnaise but cross-referenced to cooking 1?

--8<---cut here---start->8---
id1=cooking1.org

** Mayonnaise
[[*Mayonnaise][Mayonnaise]]
blurb and blah
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

--8<---cut here---start->8---
id2=cooking2.org

** Mayonnaise 3

See also [[*id1:Mayonnaise][Mayonnaise]] and also [[*Mayonnaise 2][Mayonnaise 
2]]

--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Can it be done do you think please?

Thanks
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Re: [O] How to get the eacute above the e in saute or Saute?

2017-10-12 Thread Sharon Kimble
Kaushal Modi <kaushal.m...@gmail.com> writes:

> On Thu, Oct 12, 2017 at 10:08 AM Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> 
> wrote:
>
> I'm copying out loads of old recipes into org-mode exported to latex and
> build a pdf, which is working very nicely, except for one thing -
>
>  
>
> I can't work out how to get the eacute in 'Saute' or 'saute'. How can I
> get it please?
>
> 1. You mean.. how to type that in Emacs in the first place?

Yes, so that it can then be exported into 'texlive-2017' and ultimately
built into the pdf.


> 2. Or it's fine in the Org file, but does not export correctly? 
>
> I can help if it's the first question.. just type "C-x 8 ' e" to get "é" (and 
> "C-x 8 ` e" to get "è").
> --

Ok, thanks, that works, but how can I assign a keypress to it as I need
to use it very often, several times each day. Plus I've got a backlog to
work through too.

Thanks
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[O] How to get the eacute above the e in saute or Saute?

2017-10-12 Thread Sharon Kimble

I'm copying out loads of old recipes into org-mode exported to latex and
build a pdf, which is working very nicely, except for one thing - I
can't work out how to get the eacute in 'Saute' or 'saute'. How can I
get it please? Its the little thing above the letter 'e' which is
slanting from bottom left to top right above the letter e!

So how can I do it please?

Thanks
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[O] Unable to open some files in emacs with emacs 25.3.

2017-09-13 Thread Sharon Kimble

Ever since updating to emacs 25.3 yesterday I find that I cannot open
some of my files in emacs. This is the case in point -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
 [[~/cron/boudiccas.crontab]] 
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

On Monday that link would open the file in emacs, today, it doesn't and
the only change is the new emacs version.

So how do I fix it or get round it please?

To avoid cross-posting I'm going to send this email separately to the
'help-gun-emacs' list.

Thanks
Sharon.
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Re: [O] BUG - strange characters showing in agenda after times displayed

2017-09-12 Thread Sharon Kimble
Matt Lundin <m...@imapmail.org> writes:

> Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> writes:
>
>> Matt Lundin <m...@imapmail.org> writes:
>>
>>> Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> writes:
>>>
>>>> With the new release of org-mode to 9.1 I am finding with every build of
>>>> a new agenda that this is displaying for items with a time as part of
>>>> them -
>>>>
>>>>   organiser:   8:30΄ьԔלڤ  Scheduled: TODO email org-mode list
>>>>
>>>> This is new and has only appeared with the new agenda which is generated
>>>> after the release of org-mode 9.1.
>>>>
>>>> How do I stop it and get rid of it please?
>>>
>>> I cannot replicate this. My guess is that it is related to a particular
>>> configuration setting on your machine. For instance, what is the value
>>> of org-agenda-time-grid? The order of items in this variable changed
>>> with the upgrade to 9.1.
>>
>> ;; Enable display of the time grid so we can see the marker for the current 
>> time
>> (setq org-agenda-time-grid (quote ((daily today remove-match)
>>#("" 0 16 (org-heading t))
>>(0900 1100 1300 1500 1700
>>
>> But time-grid is not enabled in my agenda.
>
> This setting is definitely the problem. I can now reproduce the behavior.
>
> The order of items in org-agenda-time-grid changed recently, which I
> think is the root of the problem. The value for this variable should be
> a list of four (not three) items. Even if time grid is not enabled, the
> 3rd item in the setting is used to generate trailing characters that
> follow the time string in the agenda. This should be a string, not a
> list of numbers.
>
> You can type C-h v org-agenda-time-grid for all the details. Here is the
> default value of org-agenda-time-grid for reference. Note how the order
> differs from your current setting:
>
> ((daily today require-timed)
>  (800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000)
>  ".." "")
>

Thanks Matt. This code snippet gets my agenda back into its normal
good-looks.

Thanks
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[O] changing individual agenda items dates, en-bloc?

2017-09-11 Thread Sharon Kimble

How can I change individual items in my agenda so that although they may
have a date of 2017-09-01 and be repeated daily but haven't been
accessed in the intervening time period, I can easily change it to miss
out all the unexpired dates and be rescheduled for a date of my choosing
please?

I seem to remember that there was some way, either through a add-on
package or a sequence of commands, but I can't seem to find it now.

Thanks
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Re: [O] proliferation of agenda tasks, but how to stop it please?

2017-09-10 Thread Sharon Kimble
Matt Lundin <m...@imapmail.org> writes:

> Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> writes:
>
>> How can I stop my 31-day agenda from showing each and every daily task
>> for each and every day, when all I need to see them on is today please?
>>
>> The change has only occurred since updating to
>> 'org-plus-contrib-20170906'.
>
> I believe you can put the following in your agenda file:
>
> (setq org-agenda-show-future-repeats nil)
>
> This has replaced the variable org-agenda-repeating-timestamp-show-all. 

Thanks Matt.

That sorted out the problem.

Thanks
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Re: [O] BUG - strange characters showing in agenda after times displayed

2017-09-10 Thread Sharon Kimble
Matt Lundin <m...@imapmail.org> writes:

> Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> writes:
>
>> With the new release of org-mode to 9.1 I am finding with every build of
>> a new agenda that this is displaying for items with a time as part of
>> them -
>>
>>   organiser:   8:30΄ьԔלڤ  Scheduled: TODO email org-mode list
>>
>> This is new and has only appeared with the new agenda which is generated
>> after the release of org-mode 9.1.
>>
>> How do I stop it and get rid of it please?
>
> I cannot replicate this. My guess is that it is related to a particular
> configuration setting on your machine. For instance, what is the value
> of org-agenda-time-grid? The order of items in this variable changed
> with the upgrade to 9.1.

--8<---cut here---start->8---
;; Enable display of the time grid so we can see the marker for the current time
(setq org-agenda-time-grid (quote ((daily today remove-match)
   #("" 0 16 (org-heading t))
   (0900 1100 1300 1500 1700
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

But time-grid is not enabled in my agenda.

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Re: [O] BUG - strange characters showing in agenda after times displayed

2017-09-10 Thread Sharon Kimble
Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> writes:

> Hello,
>
> Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> writes:
>
>> With the new release of org-mode to 9.1 I am finding with every build of
>> a new agenda that this is displaying for items with a time as part of
>> them -
>>
>>   organiser: 8:30΄ьԔלڤ Scheduled: TODO email org-mode list
>>
>> This is new and has only appeared with the new agenda which is generated
>> after the release of org-mode 9.1.
>>
>> How do I stop it and get rid of it please?
>
> This is probably a bug. Could you provide an ECM? I'm not observing the
> same here.

ECM? What's that? I know what a 'MWE' is, but 'ECM' has me flummoxed.
And according to google, ECM could be Enterprise content management, or
engine control module, or Error Code Modeler, or electronic control
module, or Electronic Content Management!

I know that every profession has its jargon, and emacs probably has the
same, but I am at a loss here! So please let me know what an 'ECM' is
and then maybe I can provide it?

Thanks
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Re: [O] BUG - org-agenda-show-future-repeats not mentioned in org.pdf

2017-09-10 Thread Sharon Kimble
Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> writes:

> Hello,
>
> Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> writes:
>
>> Seeing this new variable I've been trying to set it up to stop all the
>> future displays of each and every task being displayed in my 31 days
>> agenda.
>>
>> I've updated my git/org-mode and then built the new 'org.pdf', opened it
>> and then had a quick browse for 'org-agenda-show-future-repeats'. I then
>> did a search of the whole file and it isn't mentioned at all!
>
> The manual cannot possibly (and doesn't) contain a reference to every
> variable.
>
>> I was hoping to see something which showed how to use it, as currently I
>> have each and every repeat showing for each and every day of my 31-day
>> agenda. 
>
> You can know how to use it by looking at its docstring. I copy it here
> for reference:
>
>Non-nil shows repeated entries in the future part of the agenda.
>When set to the symbol ‘next’ only the first future repeat is
>shown.

Thanks for replying.

You are assuming that everyone knows what a 'docstring' is, and how to
get it or find out about it. Unfortunately, I don't fit into that
category, so when I saw on "http://orgmode.org/Changes.html; 'See
docstring for details.' I was, and still am, completely flummoxed by it,
which is why I looked for it in an updated 'org.pdf'.

Thanks
Sharon.

>
>> If we have changes, especially major ones like this, could they not be
>> mentioned in the org.pdf with perhaps a new chapter titled 'Changes' and
>> then giving details of how to use the new commands, please?
>
> The variable was introduced in <http://orgmode.org/Changes.html>
>
>
> Regards,

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[O] proliferation of agenda tasks, but how to stop it please?

2017-09-09 Thread Sharon Kimble

How can I stop my 31-day agenda from showing each and every daily task
for each and every day, when all I need to see them on is today please?

The change has only occurred since updating to 'org-plus-contrib-20170906'.

Thanks
Sharon.
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[O] BUG - strange characters showing in agenda after times displayed

2017-09-09 Thread Sharon Kimble

With the new release of org-mode to 9.1 I am finding with every build of
a new agenda that this is displaying for items with a time as part of
them -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
  organiser:   8:30΄ьԔלڤ  Scheduled: TODO email org-mode list
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

This is new and has only appeared with the new agenda which is generated
after the release of org-mode 9.1.

How do I stop it and get rid of it please?

Thanks
Sharon.
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[O] BUG - org-agenda-show-future-repeats not mentioned in org.pdf

2017-09-09 Thread Sharon Kimble

Seeing this new variable I've been trying to set it up to stop all the
future displays of each and every task being displayed in my 31 days
agenda.

I've updated my git/org-mode and then built the new 'org.pdf', opened it
and then had a quick browse for 'org-agenda-show-future-repeats'. I then
did a search of the whole file and it isn't mentioned at all!

I was hoping to see something which showed how to use it, as currently I
have each and every repeat showing for each and every day of my 31-day
agenda. I've tried -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
(setq org-agenda-show-future-repeats n)

OR

(setq org-agenda-show-future-repeats 0)

OR

(setq org-agenda-show-future-repeats 1)
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

But I still can't disable *all* my repeats showing for every day. 

If we have changes, especially major ones like this, could they not be
mentioned in the org.pdf with perhaps a new chapter titled 'Changes' and
then giving details of how to use the new commands, please?

I do have another bug that's irritating me, but that's for a separate post.

Thanks
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Re: [O] Old org.el ending up in current tar packages?

2017-08-29 Thread Sharon Kimble
Adam Porter <a...@alphapapa.net> writes:

> It seems that org.el in org-20170821.tar is out of date.  Sharon Kimble
> noticed that something was wrong, and after much digging, we found that
> org-clock.el has been updated to have calls to
> org-time-string-to-seconds with 2 arguments, but the function definition
> in org.el only takes 1 argument.
>
> This is very strange, because the addition of the extra arg to
> org-time-string-to-seconds was made back on July 7, and that introduced
> a bug which was fixed in org-clock.el on August 5, yet the tarball from
> August 21 has the pre-July 7 org-time-string-to-seconds function.
>
> See
> https://github.com/Fuco1/org-clock-budget/issues/5#issuecomment-324331793
> for more details.

I have just updated to 'org-plus-contrib-20170828' and the original
problem still remains. I am still unable to use 'org-clock-budget'[1]
with the error report of "(wrong-number-of-arguments (1 . 1) 2) in
org-clock-sum", which was the original problem.

Sharon.


[1] https://github.com/Fuco1/org-clock-budget/issues/5
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Re: [O] How to wavy/double underline an org-mode link?

2017-07-24 Thread Sharon Kimble
Eric S Fraga <e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk> writes:

> On Saturday, 22 Jul 2017 at 10:35, Sharon Kimble wrote:
>
> [...]
>
>> I've found that I can underline each org-mode link by putting '_' before
>> and after each link, which is then exported to a latex file and built
>> into the pdf and does work. But, I am already underlining each glossary
>> entry in the main body of the text, so to differentiate I would like
>> either a wavy underline, or a double underline. But how please?
>
> Have a look at org-link-parameters variable and this page for LaTeX
> suggestions on how to double-underline:
>
> http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/249616/ddg#249617

Thanks to Eric and Rasmus who replied.

I did try using a double-underline but it looked so horrible I changed
it very quickly!

This is what I've ended up using -

--8<---cut here---start->8---

%% 
https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/311132/how-to-style-hrefs-underlined-and-coloured-throughout-the-document?noredirect=1=1

\usepackage{ulem}

\makeatletter
\begingroup
  \catcode`\$=6 %
  \catcode`\#=12 %
  \gdef\href@split$1#$2#$3\\$4{%
\hyper@@link{$1}{$2}{\dashuline{$4}}% or \underline
\endgroup
  }%
\endgroup
\makeatother

%% 
https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/49862/having-all-links-underlined-with-dotted-line?noredirect=1=1

\usetikzlibrary{calc}

\makeatletter
\newlength\link@width
\newsavebox\link@box

\newcommand{\formatlink}[1]{%
   % --- save the box to be displayed (so that e.g. footnote counters do not
   % get incremented twice)
   \savebox{\link@box}{#1}%
   % --- calculate the width of the box for later use
   \settowidth\link@width{\usebox{\link@box}}%
   % --- draw the link
   \tikz[baseline=(todotted.base)]{
   \node[inner sep=-1pt,outer sep=0pt] (todotted) {\usebox{\link@box}};
   \draw[dotted, thick] 
  ($(todotted.base)-(.5\link@width,2pt)$) -- +(\link@width,0); 
   }%
}

\AtBeginDocument{%
   % --- replace \ref command
   % \let\oldref=\ref
   % \renewcommand\ref[1]{\formatlink{\oldref{#1}}}
   % --- replace hyperref command
   \let\oldhyperref=\hyperref
   \renewcommand\hyperref[2][]{\formatlink{\oldhyperref[#1]{#2}}}
   % --- replace footnote command
   % \let\oldfootnote=\footnote
   % \renewcommand\footnote[1]{\formatlink{\footnotemark}\footnotetext{#1}}
   % --- replace cite command
   % \let\oldcite=\cite
   % \renewcommand\cite[1]{\formatlink{\oldcite{#1}}}
   % --- introduce secref command   
   % \newcommand\secref[1]{\hyperref[#1]{Section \oldref{#1}}}
}
\makeatother
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

I've saved it as 'code-1.tex' and just use it as '#+latex_header:
\input{/home/boudiccas/research/code-1}' at the end of my package list
in my org-mode source document.

And its now working perfectly. 

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[O] How to wavy/double underline an org-mode link?

2017-07-22 Thread Sharon Kimble

I'm writing a document that is available in two formats, one a pdf file
and the other a paper copy of it, and its been pointed out to me that
some sentences don't seem to make sense in the paper copy. When I've
looked at that particular sentence in the source document, an org-mode
file, I see that the relevant section is actually an org-mode link.

So what I'm looking for is something like a wavy underline under each of
the org-mode links which will appear in both versions. But how do I do
it please? It will need to be a generalised command, meaning that it can
very easily be applied as there are 387 links to be adjusted!

I've found that I can underline each org-mode link by putting '_' before
and after each link, which is then exported to a latex file and built
into the pdf and does work. But, I am already underlining each glossary
entry in the main body of the text, so to differentiate I would like
either a wavy underline, or a double underline. But how please?

Thanks
Sharon.
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Re: [O] sideways table

2017-07-07 Thread Sharon Kimble
John Hendy <jw.he...@gmail.com> writes:

> On Fri, Jul 7, 2017 at 12:20 PM, Sharon Kimble
> <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> wrote:
>>
>> I'm trying to use 'sideways' with an org-mode table being exported to
>> latex. But its not working. This is my table header -
>>
>> --8<---cut here---start->8---
>> #+CAPTION: Table of Parochial Fees from 1 January 2017 - Funerals, Burials 
>> and Monuments (cite:0204).
>> #+ATTR_LATEX: :booktabs t :environment longtable :float sideways
>> --8<---cut here---end--->8---
>>
>> If I don't have ':environment longtable' then the pdf compiling fails saying 
>> that -
>>
>> --8<---cut here---start->8---
>> ! LaTeX Error: Environment sidewaystable undefined.
>>
>> See the LaTeX manual or LaTeX Companion for explanation.
>> Type  H   for immediate help.
>>  ...
>>
>> l.12122 \begin{sidewaystable}
>>  [htbp]
>>
>> --8<---cut here---end--->8---
>>
>> So how can I use 'sideways' with a table please? Its not clear exactly
>> what to do from the org-mode manual, and google doesn't provide any
>> solutions either.
>>
>
> I've run into this question before, but am not sure this is the same
> thread I resolved it:
> - https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2014-03/msg00373.html
>
> Namely: #+attr_latex: :float sidewaystable
>
> Another option I use regularly:
> - https://www.mail-archive.com/emacs-orgmode@gnu.org/msg110703.html
>
> Namely: lscape pacakge longtable
>
>
Thanks for this John.

I've finally got it to work by using this -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+latex_header: \usepackage{lscape}


#+latex: \begin{landscape}
#+CAPTION: Table of Parochial Fees from 1 January 2017 - Funerals, Burials and 
Monuments (cite:0204).
#+ATTR_LATEX: :booktabs t
blah
#+latex: \end{landscape}
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Not quite an org-mode success, but at least its working.

Thanks
Sharon.
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[O] sideways table

2017-07-07 Thread Sharon Kimble

I'm trying to use 'sideways' with an org-mode table being exported to
latex. But its not working. This is my table header -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+CAPTION: Table of Parochial Fees from 1 January 2017 - Funerals, Burials and 
Monuments (cite:0204).
#+ATTR_LATEX: :booktabs t :environment longtable :float sideways
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

If I don't have ':environment longtable' then the pdf compiling fails saying 
that -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
! LaTeX Error: Environment sidewaystable undefined.

See the LaTeX manual or LaTeX Companion for explanation.
Type  H   for immediate help.
 ...  
  
l.12122 \begin{sidewaystable}
 [htbp]

--8<---cut here---end--->8---

So how can I use 'sideways' with a table please? Its not clear exactly
what to do from the org-mode manual, and google doesn't provide any
solutions either.

Thanks
Sharon.
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TGmeds = http://www.tgmeds.org.uk
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Re: [O] exporting org-mode to latex gives unwanted \label on all sections

2017-07-03 Thread Sharon Kimble
Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> writes:

> Hello,
>
> Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> writes:
>
>> I have an org-mode document that I'm exporting to latex which works
>> pretty well. But, there is one problem - for every title in all of the
>> sections, org-mode export has put a label on even where I have none in
>> my source file!
>
> It doesn't hurt, does it? Org uses them to resolve internal references.
>
> If you really need to, I guess you can write an headline filter so as to
> remove them.
>
Thanks for replying Nicolas.

Its not a major problem but its annoying when I've manually cleared all
extraneous references put in by me accidentally, and then discover that
org-mode is placing them during exporting. Because they don't appear in
my org-mode document I'm unaware of them and can therefore not utilise
them in new cross-references. They only appear in the generated latex
file and not in the org-mode source document.

Thanks
Sharon.
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[O] exporting org-mode to latex gives unwanted \label on all sections

2017-07-03 Thread Sharon Kimble

I have an org-mode document that I'm exporting to latex which works
pretty well. But, there is one problem - for every title in all of the
sections, org-mode export has put a label on even where I have none in
my source file!

Example -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
* Preface
\minitoc

** Disclaimer


The author of this book has used her best efforts in preparing this book and 
the information
contained in it. This book is distributed as is, without warranty of any kind, 
either express or
implied, respecting the contents of this ebook, including but not limited to 
implied warranties for
the ebook's quality, performance, or fitness for any purpose. The author and 
any dealers and
distributors shall not be liable to the purchaser or any other person or entity 
with respect to
liability, loss, or damages caused or alleged to have been caused directly or 
indirectly by this
ebook. This document is provided as is.

\begin{mdframed}[outerlinecolor=black,outerlinewidth=2pt,linecolor=cccolor,middlelinewidth=3pt,roundcorner=10pt]
\textcolor{red}{The author takes no responsibilities for any problems,
  damages, or loss of sanity resulting from improper usage of hormones. If
  you are in any doubt, do NOT take the tablets, or whatever but post a
  question to your relevant newsgroup or refer to a competent medical
  doctor or endocrinologist. Messing about with something you do not
  understand may seriously damage your health. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.}
\end{mdframed}

** Introduction
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Becomes -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
\chapter{Preface}
\label{sec:org07cbb06}
\minitoc

\section{Disclaimer}
\label{sec:orgd2a1339}


The author of this book has used her best efforts in preparing this book and 
the information
contained in it. This book is distributed as is, without warranty of any kind, 
either express or
implied, respecting the contents of this ebook, including but not limited to 
implied warranties for
the ebook's quality, performance, or fitness for any purpose. The author and 
any dealers and
distributors shall not be liable to the purchaser or any other person or entity 
with respect to
liability, loss, or damages caused or alleged to have been caused directly or 
indirectly by this
ebook. This document is provided as is.

\begin{mdframed}[outerlinecolor=black,outerlinewidth=2pt,linecolor=cccolor,middlelinewidth=3pt,roundcorner=10pt]
\textcolor{red}{The author takes no responsibilities for any problems,
  damages, or loss of sanity resulting from improper usage of hormones. If
  you are in any doubt, do NOT take the tablets, or whatever but post a
  question to your relevant newsgroup or refer to a competent medical
  doctor or endocrinologist. Messing about with something you do not
  understand may seriously damage your health. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.}
\end{mdframed}

\section{Introduction}
\label{sec:orge89bb2c}
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

So how can I get rid of this unwanted \label action please?

Thanks
Sharon.
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Re: [O] minitocs not displaying in latex export

2017-07-01 Thread Sharon Kimble
Rasmus <ras...@gmx.us> writes:

> Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> writes:
>
>> I'm having great difficulties in getting minitocs appearing in my chapters. 
>> This is my preamble -
>
> Not quite answering your question, but did you try to use titletoc?
>
>  * Chapter
>
>  #+TOC: headlines 1 local 
>
> Note that the package has to be loaded before hyperref.  See also the
> manual under "Table of contents".
>

Thanks for this Rasmus.

I did try using 'titletoc' which didn't give such nice output as
'minitoc', so I set about finding out what the minitoc problem was.

Under TeX-live 2016 my document compiled perfectly with all 24 of its
minitocs, but it failed under TeX-live 2017. So I've sent a bug report
to the newsgroup that it only compiles 'doc.maf', 'doc.mtc' and
'doc.mtc0' and nothing else.

So hopefully it will soon be fixed.

Thanks
Sharon.
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[O] minitocs not displaying in latex export

2017-06-28 Thread Sharon Kimble

I'm having great difficulties in getting minitocs appearing in my chapters. 
This is my preamble -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+LaTeX_class: my-report
#+latex_header: 
\usepackage[a4paper,left=25mm,right=25mm,top=25mm,bottom=30mm,footskip=5mm,headsep=2mm]{geometry}
#+latex_header: \input{/home/boudiccas/research/hormones/hormones18/titlepage}
#+LATEX_CLASS_OPTIONS: 
[a4paper,11pt,oneside,openany,british,svgnames,dvipsnames]
#+latex_header: 
\usepackage[backend=biber,style=authoryear,doi=true,hyperref=true,backref=true,backrefstyle=two,date=year,maxcitenames=3]{biblatex}
#+LATEX_HEADER: 
\addbibresource{/home/boudiccas/research/hormones/hormones18/hormones18.bib}
#+latex_header: \input{/home/boudiccas/research/codebase}
#+latex_header: \makeindex[title=General Index,options=-s 
./index.ist,columnseprule,intoc]
#+latex_header: \makeindex[name=horm,title=Index of Hormones,options=-s 
./index.ist,columnseprule,intoc,columns=2]
#+latex_header: \makeindex[name=side,title=Index of Hormones 
Side-Effects,options=-s ./index.ist,columnseprule,intoc,columns=2]
#+latex_header: \makeindex[name=inter,title=Index of Interactions,options=-s 
./index.ist,columnseprule,intoc,columns=2]
#+latex_header: \usepackage{bookmark,hyperref}
#+latex_header: 
\hypersetup{linktoc=all,colorlinks,linkcolor={red},citecolor={magenta},urlcolor={blue}}
#+latex_header: \usepackage[toc,nopostdot,style=listgroup]{glossaries}
#+latex_header: \input{hormones18.glos}
#+latex_header: \makeglossaries
#+latex_header: \glsenablehyper
#+latex_header: \renewcommand{\glstextformat}[1]{\underline{\color{red}\em #1}}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{todo}
#+latex_header: \usepackage[nostamp,firstpage]{draftwatermark}
#+LaTeX_header: \setcounter{secnumdepth}{1}
#+latex_header: \setcounter{tocdepth}{1}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{everypage}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{booktabs}
#+latex_header: \usepackage[mark]{gitinfo2}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{upgreek}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{pifont}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{textgreek}

#+latex_header: \usepackage{bookmark}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{color,soul,xcolor}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{caption}
#+latex_header: \setlength\parindent{0pt} % sets indent to zero
#+latex_header: \usepackage{chngcntr}
#+latex_header: \counterwithout{footnote}{chapter}
#+latex_header: \usepackage[Lenny]{fncychap} 
#+latex_header: \usepackage[toc]{multitoc}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{minibox}
#+latex_header: \renewcommand{\footnotesize}{\normalsize}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{morewrites}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{calc,tikz} 
#+latex_header: \definecolor{ocre}{HTML}{F16723}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{imakeidx}
#+latex_header: \footnotesep\baselineskip
#+latex_header: \setlength{\parskip}{5pt}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{framed}
#+latex_header: \colorlet{shadecolor}{PaleTurquoise} %% use \begin{shaded}
#+latex_header: \usepackage[defaultlines=2,all]{nowidow}
#+latex_header: \sloppy
#+latex_header: \flushbottom
#+latex_header: \usepackage{url}
#+latex_header: \urlstyle{same} %%## 2017/01/30
#+latex_header: \usepackage[useregional,showdow]{datetime2}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{enumitem}
#+latex_header: \setlist{nolistsep}
#+latex_header: \setlist[itemize]{noitemsep}
#+latex_header: \setlist[enumerate]{noitemsep}
#+latex_header: \renewcommand*\glspostdescription{\dotfill} %%## for syn 
2017/01/30
#+latex_header: \usepackage{array}
#+latex_header: \usepackage[framemethod=tikz]{mdframed}
#+latex_header: \usetikzlibrary{shadows}
#+latex_header: \definecolor{cccolor}{rgb}{.67,.7,.67}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{tcolorbox}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{float}

#+include: /home/boudiccas/research/header.org
#+latex_header: \usepackage{minitoc}


#+latex_header: \setlength{\parskip}{5pt} % gap between paragraphs
#+latex_header: \setlength{\parsep}{0pt} % space between paragraphs within an 
item
#+latex_header: \setlength{\topskip}{0pt} % between header and text
#+latex_header: \setlength{\topmargin}{0pt} % gap above header
#+latex_header: \setlength{\topsep}{0pt} % space between first item and 
preceding paragraph
#+latex_header: \setlength{\partopsep}{0pt} % extra space added to \topsep when 
environment starts a new paragraph
# # http://www-h.eng.cam.ac.uk/help/tpl/textprocessing/squeeze.html
#+latex_header: \linespread{0.9}
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

This is in an emacs org-mode file which is then exported to latex.
According to the 'hormones18.log' minitoc is being loaded, but in the
projects folder it only shows these files - 'hormones18.maf',
'hormones18.mtc', and 'hormones18.mtc0'.

What do I need please to persuade it to produce all the required
minitocs in the chapters?

Thanks
Sharon.
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[O] Non-appearance of tables in PDF export under \listoftables

2017-06-26 Thread Sharon Kimble

I'm having great difficulty in getting my tables to show up in
'\listoftables', the 'Table' header shows in my pdf but nothing else
related to tables in the preamble after the TOC.

Taking this table as an example -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+LABEL: tab:table1
#+NAME: tab:table1
#+CAPTION: Previous versions of this document
#+ATTR_LATEX: :booktabs t :placement [H]
| *Title*   | *Version* | *Published* |
|-+-+---|
| Hormones 2016   | 1.5 | May 2016  |
| Hormones 2017   | 1.6 |   |
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Which is exported to latex as this -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
\section{Previous versions}
\label{sec:orgd5daa04}
\begin{table}[H]
\centering
\begin{tabular}{lrl}
\toprule
\textbf{Title} & \textbf{Version} & \textbf{Published}\\
\midrule
Hormones 2016 & 1.5 & May 2016\\
Hormones 2017 & 1.6 & \\
\bottomrule
\end{tabular}
\caption{\label{tab:org2f5a19c}
Previous versions of this document}

\end{table}
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

I am using my own latex-class called 'my-report' which is like this in
my config.org -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
(with-eval-after-load 'ox-latex
(add-to-list 'org-latex-classes
 '("my-report" "\\documentclass{report}
   [NO-DEFAULT-PACKAGES]"
   ;;[EXTRA]"
   ;;("\\part{%s}" . "\\part*{%s}")
   ("\\chapter{%s}" . "\\chapter*{%s}")
   ("\\section{%s}" . "\\section*{%s}")
   ("\\subsection{%s}" . "\\subsection*{%s}")
   ("\\subsubsection{%s}" . "\\subsubsection*{%s}")
   ("\\paragraph{%s}" . "\\paragraph*{%s}")
   ("\\subparagraph{%s}" . "\\subparagraph*{%s}"
  ;; (custom-set-variables '(org-export-allow-bind-keywords t))
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

And here is my main preamble -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+TITLE: Hormones 2017\\
# #+TITLE: Part 1
#+AUTHOR: Sharon Kimble\\
#+AUTHOR: (S.E.N., R.G.N)\\
#+AUTHOR: redacted
#+DATE: \today \\
#+DATE: Build - 2017.\thevernum
#+STARTUP: fnadjust
#+LaTeX_class: my-report
#+LATEX_CLASS_OPTIONS: 
[a4paper,11pt,oneside,openany,british,svgnames,dvipsnames]
#+latex_header: 
\usepackage[a4paper,left=25mm,right=25mm,top=25mm,bottom=30mm,footskip=5mm,headsep=2mm]{geometry}
#+latex_header: \input{/home/boudiccas/research/hormones17/titlepage}
# #+LATEX_CLASS_OPTIONS: [british,svgnames,dvipsnames]
#+latex_header: 
\usepackage[backend=biber,style=authoryear,doi=true,hyperref=true,backref=true,backrefstyle=two,date=year,maxcitenames=3]{biblatex}
#+LATEX_HEADER: 
\addbibresource{/home/boudiccas/research/hormones17/hormones17.bib}
#+latex_header: \input{/home/boudiccas/research/codebase}
#+latex_header: \makeindex[title=General Index,options=-s 
./index.ist,columnseprule,intoc]
#+latex_header: \makeindex[name=horm,title=Index of Hormones,options=-s 
./index.ist,columnseprule,intoc,columns=2]
#+latex_header: \makeindex[name=side,title=Index of Hormones 
Side-Effects,options=-s ./index.ist,columnseprule,intoc,columns=2]
#+latex_header: \makeindex[name=other,title=Index of Other Drugs 
Side-Effects,options=-s ./index.ist,columnseprule,intoc,columns=2]
#+latex_header: \makeindex[name=inter,title=Index of Interactions,options=-s 
./index.ist,columnseprule,intoc,columns=2]
# #+latex_header: \makeindex[name=sti,title=Index of STI's,options=-s 
./index.ist,columnseprule,intoc,columns=2]

#+latex_header: \usepackage{hyperref}
#+latex_header: 
\hypersetup{linktoc=all,colorlinks,linkcolor={red},citecolor={magenta},urlcolor={blue}}
# #+latex_header: 
\hypersetup{linktoc=all,colorlinks,linkcolor={black},citecolor={black},urlcolor={black}}
#+latex_header: \usepackage[toc,nopostdot,style=listgroup]{glossaries}
#+latex_header: \input{hormones17.glos}
#+latex_header: \makeglossaries
#+latex_header: \glsenablehyper
#+latex_header: \renewcommand{\glstextformat}[1]{\underline{\color{red}\em #1}}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{todo}
#+latex_header: \usepackage[firstpage]{draftwatermark}
#+LaTeX_header: \setcounter{secnumdepth}{0}
#+latex_header: \setcounter{tocdepth}{1}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{everypage}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{booktabs}
#+include: /home/boudiccas/research/header.org
#+latex_header: \usepackage{textgreek}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{pifont}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{upgreek}
#+latex_header: \usepackage{longtable}


#+latex_header: \setlength{\parskip}{5pt} % gap between paragraphs
#+latex_header: \setlength

[O] [SOLVED] Re: Mouse-over on bibliographic citation

2017-06-22 Thread Sharon Kimble
John Kitchin <jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu> writes:

> Can you add this to your org-file, run it and tell me what the output is:
>
> #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
> (org-ref-find-bibliography)
> #+END_SRC
>
> Also run M-x org-ref to see what bibliography org-ref thinks it is
> using in that file. There were some recent changes to
> (org-ref-find-bibliography) that might be causing this problem.

--8<---cut here---start->8---
Bibliography
No bibliographystyle found.
Using these bibtex files: (/home/boudiccas/research/hair17/hair17.bib 
/home/boudiccas/research/age-and-trans/cancer/cancer.bib)
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

>
> Do you have a bibliography link in the file you are working in?
>

This is in a file called hair17.org and this is its bibliography
install -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+latex_header: 
\usepackage[backend=biber,style=authoryear,doi=true,hyperref=true,backref=true,backrefstyle=two,date=year,maxcitenames=3]{biblatex}
#+LATEX_HEADER: \addbibresource{/home/boudiccas/research/hair17/hair17.bib}
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Right, I've sorted the problem out. Somehow I had various things that I
was building the pdf with, meaning #+latex_header:, which included a
reference to 'cancer.bib'. I thought that it was commented out, but when
I deleted all comments out latex_headers I've found that it is only
referencing hair17.bib as shown in this output.

--8<---cut here---start->8---
Bibliography
No bibliographystyle found.
Using these bibtex files: (/home/boudiccas/research/hair17/hair17.bib)
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Sorry for all the hassle and noise that I've caused.

Sorry
Sharon.

>
> Sharon Kimble writes:
>
>> John Kitchin <jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu> writes:
>>
>>> this is a bug in the current org-mode 9.0.8. You have to revert it to org 
>>> 9.0.7 for now. It has been fixed, but I am not sure when it will show up.
>>
>> Thanks for this John.
>>
>> I can confirm that with today's release of 'org-mode plus contribs' the
>> desired over effect has returned, but with a caveat - its showing the
>> wrong bibliographic entry! I have this in my config file -
>>
>> --8<---cut here---start->8---
>> #+begin_src emacs-lisp
>> (require 'org-ref)
>> (setq reftex-default-bibliography '("~/research/death/death.bib"))
>>
>> ;; see org-ref for use of these variables
>> (setq org-ref-bibliography-notes "~/research/notes.org"
>>   org-ref-default-bibliography '("~/research/death/death.bib")
>>   org-ref-pdf-directory "~/research/death/pdfs")
>>
>> (setq bibtex-completion-bibliography "~/research/death/death.bib"
>>   bibtex-completion-library-path "~/research/death/pdfs"
>>   bibtex-completion-notes-path "~/research/death/helm-bibtex-notes")
>> #+end_src
>> [2016-09-20 Tue 04:15]
>> [2017-01-17 Tue 11:34]
>> --8<---cut here---end--->8---
>>
>> Going back to '(cite:0072)' the mouse-over now shows 'NHS, , /Ovarian
>> cancer/ (2015).', which is the reference in 'death.bib'!
>>
>> I'm using the exact same code-block as pre-the updated org-mode, and
>> I've restarted emacs, so I'm not sure what ought to be changed, if
>> anything, but I'm unhappy with what its now showing as its not correct.
>>
>> Do I need to revamp my code-block, and if so, how please?
>>
>> Thanks
>> Sharon.
>>
>>>
>>> On Wed, Jun 21, 2017 at 5:50 PM, Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> 
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>> I've got this strange problem and I'm not sure when it started, possibly
>>> when this new computer was first put to use last Friday afternoon with a
>>> fresh install of Debian 9, or maybe before then, I'm not sure.
>>>
>>> Anyway, whenever I mouse-over a bibliographic citation in an org-mode
>>> document, it used to say for (cite:0072) '\Hair loss, 2015,
>>> http://www.regrowth.com/hair-loss-articles/ \' but now just shows
>>> 'LINK:cite:0072'.
>>>
>>> I am using 'org-ref' which is up to date, as is org-mode, and both from
>>> ELPA.
>>>
>>> This is what my bibliography item actually is -
>>>
>>> --8<---cut here---start->8---
>>> @Online{0072,

Re: [O] Mouse-over on bibliographic citation

2017-06-22 Thread Sharon Kimble
John Kitchin <jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu> writes:

> this is a bug in the current org-mode 9.0.8. You have to revert it to org 
> 9.0.7 for now. It has been fixed, but I am not sure when it will show up.

Thanks for this John.

I can confirm that with today's release of 'org-mode plus contribs' the
desired over effect has returned, but with a caveat - its showing the
wrong bibliographic entry! I have this in my config file -

--8<---cut here---start->8---
#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(require 'org-ref)
(setq reftex-default-bibliography '("~/research/death/death.bib"))

;; see org-ref for use of these variables
(setq org-ref-bibliography-notes "~/research/notes.org"
  org-ref-default-bibliography '("~/research/death/death.bib")
  org-ref-pdf-directory "~/research/death/pdfs")

(setq bibtex-completion-bibliography "~/research/death/death.bib"
  bibtex-completion-library-path "~/research/death/pdfs"
  bibtex-completion-notes-path "~/research/death/helm-bibtex-notes")
#+end_src
[2016-09-20 Tue 04:15]
[2017-01-17 Tue 11:34]
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Going back to '(cite:0072)' the mouse-over now shows 'NHS, , /Ovarian
cancer/ (2015).', which is the reference in 'death.bib'!

I'm using the exact same code-block as pre-the updated org-mode, and
I've restarted emacs, so I'm not sure what ought to be changed, if
anything, but I'm unhappy with what its now showing as its not correct.

Do I need to revamp my code-block, and if so, how please?

Thanks
Sharon.

>
> On Wed, Jun 21, 2017 at 5:50 PM, Sharon Kimble <boudic...@skimble.plus.com> 
> wrote:
>
> I've got this strange problem and I'm not sure when it started, possibly
> when this new computer was first put to use last Friday afternoon with a
> fresh install of Debian 9, or maybe before then, I'm not sure.
>
> Anyway, whenever I mouse-over a bibliographic citation in an org-mode
> document, it used to say for (cite:0072) '\Hair loss, 2015,
> http://www.regrowth.com/hair-loss-articles/ \' but now just shows
> 'LINK:cite:0072'.
>
> I am using 'org-ref' which is up to date, as is org-mode, and both from
> ELPA.
>
> This is what my bibliography item actually is -
>
> --8<---cut here---start->8---
> @Online{0072,
>   Title                    = {Hair loss},
>   Author                   = {regrowth},
>   Url                      = 
> {http://www.regrowth.com/hair-loss-articles/},
>   Year                     = {2015}
> }
> --8<---cut here---end--->8---
>
> So how can I regain my previous mouse-over abilities please?
>
> Thanks
> Sharon.
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>

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