On Thursday, 15 Aug 2019 at 12:51, Laurent Geneste wrote:
>I try to change the style of src code blocks export with odt
>exporter but it does not work as expected.
It doesn't work for me either. I struggled with this some time ago and
never did figure it out. I did learn a lot about the
I posted the following message in StackOverflow
I try to change the style of src code blocks export with odt
exporter but it does not work as expected.
On Wednesday, 14 Aug 2019 at 15:57, Nick Dokos wrote:
> "Fraga, Eric" writes:
>> I have this setting in my Emacs initialization:
>> (setq org-agenda-overriding-columns-format "%5TODO %TIMESTAMP %40ITEM
>> %LOCATION %TAGS")
> Shouldn't you be using
Gustavo Barros writes:
> `org-latex-babel-language-alist' and
> `org-latex-polyglossia-language-alist' have the language code for
> Brazilian as =("bt-br" . "brazilian")=. I am a native Brazilian and
> our language is Portuguese, and Brazilian Portuguese is a variant.
> That to say that
> Certainly. Would you want to provide a patch to the manual?
Yes, thank you, patch attached (on top of current maint branch).
I don't know how robust the footnote indexing is, e.g. putting #+cindex
above instead of below [fn] lead to errors during 'make info'; but the
version attached does
Štěpán Němec writes:
> I think it would be much more helpful if, instead of a footnote to one
> related special case (`org-edit-special'), this information was indexed
> ("escape character" and "comma" come to mind) and also mentioned in or
> linked to from section 16.3 (Escape
Eric Abrahamsen writes:
> David Masterson writes:
>> Eric Abrahamsen writes:
>>> But Org can be an excellent *interface* to those tools, mostly through
>>> dynamic blocks. I've started using small sqlite databases to keep track
>>> of things, and dynamic blocks as sql composers/views, and