recent versions of maint and probably master have nil instead of
current time in org-today.
Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument number-or-marker-p nil)
time-subtract(nil (0 0 0))
(message "org today is %s" (org-today))
(time-subtract nil (list 0 (* 3600
Nicolas Goaziou writes:
> stardiviner writes:
>> Oh, sorry, seems yes.
> OK. A couple of comments if you don't mind.
>> +(defcustom org-drill-pronounce-command ""
>> + "Org-drill pronounce command."
>> + :type 'string
>> + :safe #'stringp
>> + :group 'org-drill)
> This is
sounds like a reasonable fix.
Samuel Wales writes:
> recent versions of maint and probably master have nil instead of
> current time in org-today.
> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument number-or-marker-p nil)
> time-subtract(nil (0 0 0))
> (message "org today is %s" (org-today))
I have a custom function for exporting image links in org-mode (I have my
html exported to the parent folder of my .org files, and I just want to
keep one copy of the image files).
How can I get the "attr_html" of the link for a custom
org-set-link-parameters function? As far as I can tell,
Sorry, the quotation of the file content beamer-fr.org missed. Here is:
#+OPTIONS: H:2 toc:nil author:t
is there some configuration setting where empty lines in lists get folded?
Here is what I would like to have.
List item 1 with some text and an empty line at the end to separate the
text from List item 2
- List item 1
Text on first line
Text on second line
- List item 2
Nicolas Goaziou writes:
> cesar mena writes:
>> Nicolas Goaziou writes:
>>> However, we still need to move forward. So, I suggest to revert the
>>> change about inactive timestamps. Inactive timestamps cannot be
>>> repeated. This is less disruptive than the current
I am using scimax from John Kitchin [[https://github.com/jkitchin/scimax
]]and I recommend it to you warmly.
In my /user/user.el, here is what is about beamer :
Dear org-mode community,
I'm a noob, started using org-mode about probably only 9 months ago.
However, I'd say my latex knowledge is intermediate, so that helps.
I followed some of the instruction in
order to get dual
I just noticed a place where it would be appropriate to use
regexp-opt instead of doing:
(concat ":\\(" (mapconcat 'car value "\\|") "\\):"
regexp-opt promises to be more efficient.
>From 2a70a709dcbdb1ff7d00b20de8410935d725ac70 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
One way is through a filter. In the filter function you get an info
argument that contains the information you want. I hacked this together and
it does add a tooltip to the link, but it is not elegant or obvious, and it
does not do any checking for the type of link, whether an attr exists, etc.
Hi Nicolas and all,
@Nicolas: Thanks for org-num-mode.
> A few weeks ago, I posted on this ML a proof of concept about dynamic
> numbering of headlines in an Org buffer. Since then, I worked on it more
> seriously, improved it, and threw in some features. Here is an excerpt
> of its commentary
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