Re: Working out what face is used

2020-01-08 Thread Norman Walsh
Norman Walsh writes: > In this case, I can’t put the cursor on the text. I’ve made a quick > skim of org-sticky-header.el and don’t see any obvious use of a > specific face. So I’m a bit stumped. FWIW, I made a rainbow out of the background colors and worked out what face it was, but I am still

Re: Working out what face is used

2020-01-08 Thread Tim Cross
You could try M-x list-faces-display, which will list all the defined faces with samples for each face. If your lucky, it will show the face your seeing (and you can change it). Norman Walsh writes: > Hello, > > This is a tangentially Org-related question. If I enable > org-sticky-headers,

Working out what face is used

2020-01-08 Thread Norman Walsh
Hello, This is a tangentially Org-related question. If I enable org-sticky-headers, it works just fine. I get, for example, at the top of the buffer: ** Top level heading / Second level heading Which is correct. But “ / ” and the rest of the line after “Second level heading” are in some