[O] Re: Continuation of main section text after subsections ?

2011-03-27 Thread William Gardella
or LaTeX and editing that output. You've just stumbled into one of them... I'd support some kind of fix, but it'd be moderately to very involved and far beyond my level of comfort with Elisp. I also agree that it'd be hard to specify. -- William Gardella J.D. Candidate Class of 2011, University

[O] Re: Continuation of main section text after subsections ?

2011-03-27 Thread William Gardella
...I'm sure it's possible (because with Elisp practically everything is possible), but out of my depth. :) -- William Gardella J.D. Candidate Class of 2011, University of Pittsburgh School of Law

[O] Re: Continuation of main section text after subsections ?

2011-03-27 Thread William Gardella
Achim Gratz strom...@nexgo.de writes: William Gardella gardell...@gmail.com writes: I think org-mode should aim to be flexible enough to accomodate all writers, writing tasks, and writing styles. With flexibility comes complexity, which runs counter to org should be simple. Agreed

[O] Re: Continuation of main section text after subsections ?

2011-03-27 Thread William Gardella
or LaTeX and editing that output. You've just stumbled into one of them... -- William Gardella J.D. Candidate Class of 2011, University of Pittsburgh School of Law

[O] Re: zotero (or mendeley) integration with org

2011-03-29 Thread William Gardella
bibliography database to one paper kind of system. Best, Will -- William Gardella J.D. Candidate Class of 2011, University of Pittsburgh School of Law

[O] Re: zotero (or mendeley) integration with org

2011-03-29 Thread William Gardella
search engines and library websites decide to use some kind of free software infrastructure, or at least a relatively open and consistent API...alas, I don't know if library science is really evolving in that direction yet. -- William Gardella J.D. Candidate Class of 2011, University of Pittsburgh

Re: [O] clocking ongoing items

2012-12-14 Thread William Gardella
Hi Rainer, Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes: Hi all! I wonder how others are clocking ongoing isues, which are not really todos but more like issues collecting clocked time for work done regularly. Example: Reading mail and organising daily priorities of tasks. This todo

Re: [O] Struggling with large: :LOGBOOK: .. :END: blocks

2012-04-06 Thread William Gardella
Hi Rainer, Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes: Wouldn't it be a nice thing to be able to configure the number of visible block entries? This could result in: Opening the :LOGBOOK block with TAB shows this: * TODO text :LOGBOOK: CLOCK: [2012-03-27 Di 13:00]--[2012-03-27 Di

Re: [O] S-TAB acts like M-TAB in console sessions

2012-04-25 Thread William Gardella
Thorsten Jolitz tjol...@googlemail.com writes: Hi List, I have a strange problem with org-global-cycle (S-TAB) in console sessions. It mainly doesn't do anything, and C-h k shows M-TAB is bound to pcomplete, which it actually is, but I'm hitting S-TAB not M-TAB. Otherwise, the S (shift)

Re: [O] Org referring to Gnus mail

2012-04-26 Thread William Gardella
Fran├žois Pinard pin...@iro.umontreal.ca writes: Hello. In my Org files, I have many references to Gnus articles which are part of mailgroups. When batch reading email with Gnus, I'm OK with the newsreader paradigm, in which an article is almost deleted as soon as it gets read: it will not

Re: [O] Can I export from org mode to org mode?

2012-05-04 Thread William Gardella
Piter_ x.pi...@gmail.com writes: Hi everybody. I keep my notes in one big org file. It have grown big One solution could be filtering tree and display only the information I need, another id to split it into smaller files by topic. I would appreciate a hint on how to do the later. Thanks.

Re: [O] italicise across lines

2012-05-25 Thread William Gardella
Enda enda...@yahoo.com writes: Is there is a way to italicise across lines like /italicised text/ rather than /italicised/ /text/ Actually, Org will italicize items like your first example, but only for blocks of text of up to two lines in length. For a longer block you want

Re: [O] Org, Mobile Org, DropBox

2012-08-08 Thread William Gardella
Hi Ken, Ken Mankoff mank...@gmail.com writes: Hi, I'm interested in using Mobile Org (on 2 devices) DropBox. However, the mobile devices are read-only. Do I need to do the org-mobile-push and have the files move from ~/org to ~/Dropbox/MobileOrg, or can I just store all my org files in

[Orgmode] Re: should the mail list be splitted resp. sub-tagged ?

2010-12-17 Thread William Gardella
(which is a very good thing!) in a separate corner of my computing life from my email. From there it's easier to narrow down what's relevant to org-mode topics I have an interest in, and I can also leave newsgroup to its own devices when I don't have time to look at this list. -- William

[Orgmode] Re: should the mail list be splitted resp. sub-tagged ?

2010-12-17 Thread William Gardella
?) it's more or less the same difference, interface- and ease-wise :) Best, -- William Gardella J.D. Candidate Class of 2011, University of Pittsburgh School of Law ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. Emacs

[Orgmode] Re: export html - doc

2010-12-20 Thread William Gardella
understand. Unlike taking your chances with the copy/paste behavior of apps that aren't Emacs (egads!), latex2rtf will try to preserve the formatting in a fairly consistent (if far from perfect) way. Best, Followup-To: poster -- William Gardella J.D. Candidate Class of 2011, University of Pittsburgh