(I have not managed to make it work myself but I haven't tried hard.)
On Wed, 27 May 2020 at 08:21, Faye Jackson
> I think the subject of the post says it all. While using org-mode I often
> have a lot of LaTeX
There are a number of interesting topics here. Like others, I would be very
keen to share my org-based projects with non-Emacs users. I also only have
very limited time & skills to contribute. There is an existing extension
for org-mode on vscode here:
On Wednesday, 27 May 2020 at 15:31, Nicolas Goaziou wrote:
> Isn't it what C-b is for in the export interface?
Why am I not surprised... Yes, that looks like what I need/want!
: Eric S Fraga via Emacs 28.0.50, Org release_9.3.6-640-g9bc0cc
On Monday, 25 May 2020 at 12:47, Vladimir Nikishkin wrote:
> If I manually set #+attr_latex: :width 8cm above the #+RESULTS, it is
> displayed as expected, but If I recompute the picture, it is pasted
> above my manually added attr line.
Name your src block (using #+name:) and then the results
would it be possible to incorporate something along these lines in
ox-latex.el (and ox-beamer.el):
(defun headless-latex ()
"exports to a .tex file without any preamble"
(org-latex-export-as-latex nil nil nil t nil)
Eric S Fraga writes:
> would it be possible to incorporate something along these lines in
> ox-latex.el (and ox-beamer.el):
> #+begin_src emacs-lisp
> (defun headless-latex ()
> "exports to a .tex file without any preamble"
> (org-latex-export-as-latex nil
First of all, THANKS for org-mode! I have been using it for several
years, and it's fantastic.
I recently have upgraded to org 20200525 from your package repo because
org-roam requires a newer org-mode than I had. GNU ELPA has 9.3.6,
which would be new enough, but all of my machines
myself, I recently posted a patch, received zero reaction, and have the
impression it's now lost in the logs of this mailing list. indeed
something which flashed to my mind while writing this email: we're
dealing with an emacs software, part of emacs, can we just use M-x
On Wed, May 27, 2020 at 12:59:24PM -0500, Mario Frasca wrote:
> myself, I recently posted a patch, received zero reaction, and have the
> impression it's now lost in the logs of this mailing list. indeed
> pretty inefficient!
Or the devs haven't had a chance yet.
> something which flashed to my
Kévin Le Gouguec writes:
> Bastien writes:
>> Brandon Guttersohn writes:
>>> Hey all, I think I may have a small fix for executing C source blocks
>>> in org-babel. Or, possibly just a bad case of user error.
>>> The issue (in emacs 27 with -q) is that it doesn't seem possible to
> Brandon Guttersohn writes:
>> Hey all, I think I may have a small fix for executing C source blocks
>> in org-babel. Or, possibly just a bad case of user error.
>> The issue (in emacs 27 with -q) is that it doesn't seem possible to
>> specify non-system header files
Jacob MacDonald writes:
> I noticed that after updating my Org I was getting errors instead of
> eldoc locations in my .org buffers. Thankfully the fix was a simple
> oneliner. Patch attached.
As you noted in your next message, this ended up being a part of a
larger issue and resolved with a fix
Kevin Liu writes:
> Basically, the last position in the narrowed org-capture is actually
> the first position on the next line, so when you go to (end-of-buffer)
> and start typing you start clobbering the next headline.
> I tested this with emacs -Q, capturing an `entry` with `file+headline`
John Goerzen writes:
> I recently have upgraded to org 20200525 from your package repo because
> org-roam requires a newer org-mode than I had. GNU ELPA has 9.3.6,
> which would be new enough, but all of my machines fail downloading the
> tar of that version from ELPA with "invalid request", so
When I eval `(org-icalendar-combine-agenda-files nil)`, it takes about 15
Some strange messages in the *Messages* buffer include:
22 files scanned, 7 files contains IDs and in total 23 IDs found.
But my `org-agenda-files` variable only contains 12 files and no #+INCLUDE
Using official emacs 26.3 binaries for Windows, TexLive, and imagemagick
LaTeX preview messes up if
scale in org-format-latex-options is set to 1.5 or higher. To reproduce try
saving the following (also attached) as an org file and running it with a
completely clean emacs
> I attached the patch.
> I think this feature will be helpful for use who archive web page data usually
> like me. To be more portable, I also added an defcustom option for other
> external command. And use an if condition to detect whether external command
Thanks, it does indeed seem to be fixed on master.
On 27 May 2020 18:23, Kyle Meyer wrote:
> Kevin Liu writes:
>> Basically, the last position in the narrowed org-capture is actually
>> the first position on the next line, so when you go to (end-of-buffer)
>> and start typing you start
All drawers default to open at startup except for property drawers. This
includes :LOGBOOK: drawers, which can be quite long and block view of an
I ran a git bisect and discovered that the bug was introduced with
commit 8b05c06d427e850d45684f69c5165cd7684e1071 on May 9.
I have a org table and want to add a new colum, which natural numbers
which are randomly ordered
So I tried
But the column contains real numbers
What can I do
Jack Kamm writes:
> Thanks for reporting. I've just fixed this issue in master (commit
> The problem was that ob-python adds tab indentation to the code body
> before putting it inside a main() function, which adds spurious
> indentation to multiline strings passed
Russell Adams writes:
> On Wed, May 27, 2020 at 12:59:24PM -0500, Mario Frasca wrote:
>> myself, I recently posted a patch, received zero reaction, and have the
>> impression it's now lost in the logs of this mailing list. indeed
>> pretty inefficient!
> Or the devs haven't had a chance yet.
Hi Matt --
> A heads up... I believe this changes the scope of the :var variables,
> since they previously were local to the main() function and now they are
> declared globally. After this change, some of my existing python source
> blocks (i.e., ones in which I attempt to assign a new value to
I would like to both render html and show a source block for the rendered
html (I am aware of ob-browser, but I want this to be dynamic html content,
not an image)
I would have thought the following would work, but noweb returns an empty
Well, this is solvable with css is it not?
Kyle Meyer writes:
> Ihor Radchenko writes:
>> Is there even a need to call the whole (org-mode). The new buffer is
>> an indirect buffer. It should already have org-mode activated (at least,
>> we can check for it and not call (org-mode) unnecessarily). If we just
>> want to reset initial
Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and
what in fact did happen. You don't know how to make a good report? See
Your bug report will be posted to the Org mailing list.
> This looks helpful, but I think this should be an add-on rather than
> integrated into the org-attach. I'm glad to learn about monolith, but
> far fewer users are likely to have it installed than have wget or curl
> installed. You might also want to check out org-board, which has similar
This old thread describes similar behavior:
Basically, the last position in the narrowed org-capture is actually the first
position on the next line, so when you go to (end-of-buffer) and start typing
I think the subject of the post says it all. While using org-mode I often have
a lot of LaTeX fragments scattered in my documents for mathematics, and I
typically use the startup functionality to load all those previews when a file
Due to this, I'd be really interested in
The exported html from Org Mode contains a style for element pre.src,
overflow: visible. This causes code elements with reasonably
long lines to extend out of the box boundaries, causing a horizontal
scroll of the document.
Changing overflow: visible to overflow: auto
should solve this, making the
I attached the patch.
I think this feature will be helpful for use who archive web page data usually
like me. To be more portable, I also added an defcustom option for other
external command. And use an if condition to detect whether external command
available, else warning user.
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