Bob Newell | 5 Mar 06:34 2015
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Making 'mailto' org links use gnus styles

Aloha kakou,

I have some 'mailto' links in an org file in the expected form:

[[mailto:bobnewell <at> bobnewell.net]]

C-c C-o also does as expected, bringing up a blank email to the
addressee in question. But it uses 'browse-url' to do so, and just
brings up a simple mail interface, when I'd like to have my gnus
interface (with my BCCs, sig, etc.). I am able to get this to work (and
at the same time work with mailto links in w3m buffers) with the
following kludge that I threw together this afternoon (coded below and
yes, it's a horror story).

It just seems like there should be an easier/better way. Haved I failed
to find something simple?

I'm posting here as I encountered this with org-mode. Unsure if it
should (also) go in the 'gnus' groups.

----
(setq browse-url-mailto-function 'rjn-browse-url-mailto)

(defvar rjn-mail-addr)
(defvar rjn-mail-subject)
(defun rjn-browse-url-mailto (messy-mail-addr &optional whatever)
"Fix for url-browse and w3m mailto to work with gnus styles"
 (setq rjn-mail-addr (replace-regexp-in-string "mailto:" "" messy-mail-addr))
 (string-match "?subject=.*" rjn-mail-addr)
 (setq rjn-mail-subject (match-string 0 rjn-mail-addr))
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David Masterson | 5 Mar 04:11 2015
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Status of MobileOrg for iOS?

I had MobileOrg setup and *mostly* working, but I went away for awhile
and seem to be not how to get it to work now.  My main problem seems to
be that everytime I start to use MobileOrg, it captures a new item
whether I want it to or not.  I have it configured to use Dropbox and it
appears to work with my Emacs via org-mobile-push and org-mobile-pull.
MobileOrg itself, though, constantly captures new items and adds empty
items to the capture list.  A push/pull doesn't seem to change that.  I
guess I'm missing something.

What is the status of MobileOrg for iOS?

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Ken Mankoff | 4 Mar 22:13 2015
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Programatic Org Table Groups


I'm generating Org tables via code and the =:results table= option. By the way the "tabulate" python
package works great to convert Pandas DataFrames to Org Tables.

I can generate tables this way, but if I try to add groups, I cannot. The first column with the special "/"
character seems to be stripped. Below I can print two "//", but if I try to print one, the row is removed.

Is this a bug? Does anyone have a workaround for this?

Thanks,

  -k.

#+BEGIN_SRC python :results table
  import numpy as np
  val = np.arange(9)
  tab = np.append(np.array(['//','<','>']), val)
  return tab.reshape(4,3)
#+END_SRC
#+RESULTS:
| // | < | > |
|  0 | 1 | 2 |
|  3 | 4 | 5 |
|  6 | 7 | 8 |

Vaidheeswaran C | 4 Mar 19:21 2015
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Citation syntax: Underscore MUST(?) be allowed in cite keys?

1. Visit http://www.amazon.in/How-Read-Book-Touchstone-book/dp/0671212095
2. Add it to Zotero.
3. Export My Library to BibTeX format.
4. The attached file -- My Library 1.bib -- is what I get.

When I import the above .bib file to JabRef GUI, the keys that are
reported are \cite{adler_how_1972},
\cite{center_for_history_and_new_media_zotero_????}.

I am a novice comes to citation.  I had a vague impression by that `_'
is not allowed in cite keys.  If we go this way, then the above
workflow will be a nightmare.

Attachment (My Library 1.bib): text/x-bibtex, 2287 bytes
Vaidheeswaran C | 4 Mar 19:21 2015
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Citation syntax: Underscore MUST(?) be allowed in cite keys?

1. Visit http://www.amazon.in/How-Read-Book-Touchstone-book/dp/0671212095
2. Add it to Zotero.
3. Export My Library to BibTeX format.
4. The attached file -- My Library 1.bib -- is what I get.

When I import the above .bib file to JabRef GUI, the keys that are
reported are \cite{adler_how_1972},
\cite{center_for_history_and_new_media_zotero_????}.

I am a novice comes to citation.  I had a vague impression by that `_'
is not allowed in cite keys.  If we go this way, then the above
workflow will be a nightmare.

Attachment (My Library 1.bib): text/x-bibtex, 2287 bytes
Vaidheeswaran C | 4 Mar 18:20 2015
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WIP: New Citation Syntax, ODT & JabRef


This is a follow up to this message:

  http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2015-03/msg00011.html

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The prototype code that integrates the new Citation Syntax, ODT
exporter and JabRef citation manager is available in my personal
repo. (See http://repo.or.cz/w/org-mode/org-cv.git/)

Checkout URLs are:

  git://repo.or.cz/org-mode/org-cv.git
  http://repo.or.cz/org-mode/org-cv.git

Changes are available in master branch.  M-x find-library ox-jabref.el
and read the documentation there.

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The attached files are representative of what is possible right now.

Following files are produced by varying the `:style' attribute of
#+BIBLIOGRAPHY line.

- cite-numeric.odt
- cite-chicago-full-note.odt
- cite-chicago-author-date.odt

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Rainer Stengele | 4 Mar 17:42 2015
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clocktables include "\emsp" - how to get rid of that?

Hi,

I am getting "\emsp" in my clocktable reports.
I use

#+BEGIN: clocktable :maxlevel 4 :fileskip0 t :tcolumns 0 :level nil :scope agenda-with-archives
:timestamp nil :block 2015-03 :step day :link t  :stepskip0 t
#+END:

to create these clocktable

Daily report: [2015-03-02 Mo]
| File                  | Headline                                                 |   Time |
|-----------------------+----------------------------------------------------------+--------|
|                       | ALL *Total time*                                         | *9:00* |
|-----------------------+----------------------------------------------------------+--------|
| Projectmanagement.org | *File time*                                              | *2:45* |
|                       | \emsp [[..][Project Managament: Weekly meetings etc.]]           |   2:45 |
|                       | \emsp\emsp [[..][TODO *00 - Project Managament -...]]            |   2:45 |

Anybody has an idea where this comes from and how to get rid of it?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer

Rainer Stengele | 4 Mar 16:46 2015
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lots of CLOCK lines displayed when opening a TODO

Hi!

I have lots of weekly reoccuring meetings and do collect the clocked time for each meeting.
After a while I have lots of CLOCK lines. Opening the TODO shows all the CLOCK lines shown, but my focus is on
text below the CLOCK lines.
I started to use multiple LOGBOOK blocks in order to hide older CLOCK lines. Seems to work fine with clocking etc.
My requirement would be to only open the first LOGBOOK block when opening the headline (TODO).
That way I could hide older entries from using screen space and instead see the text below immediately.

Anybody else uses multiple LOGBOOK blocks that way? Other ideas how to work?
Any chance to get this regarded as an enhancement idea?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer

* TODO [#A] Weekly Services - Action Items
:LOGBOOK:
CLOCK: [2015-03-04 Mi 10:15]--[2015-03-04 Mi 11:30] =>  1:15
CLOCK: [2015-03-02 Mo 11:00]--[2015-03-02 Mo 12:15] =>  1:15
:END:
:LOGBOOK:
CLOCK: [2015-02-25 Mi 10:00]--[2015-02-25 Mi 11:00] =>  1:00
CLOCK: [2015-02-16 Mo 10:00]--[2015-02-16 Mo 11:15] =>  1:15
CLOCK: [2015-02-06 Fr 09:30]--[2015-02-06 Fr 09:45] =>  0:15
CLOCK: [2015-02-06 Fr 10:00]--[2015-02-06 Fr 11:00] =>  1:00
CLOCK: [2015-01-23 Fr 13:45]--[2015-01-23 Fr 14:00] =>  0:15
CLOCK: [2015-01-22 Do 14:30]--[2015-01-22 Do 14:45] =>  0:15
CLOCK: [2015-01-22 Do 13:45]--[2015-01-22 Do 14:00] =>  0:15
CLOCK: [2015-01-21 Mi 09:45]--[2015-01-21 Mi 10:45] =>  1:00
CLOCK: [2015-01-20 Di 09:45]--[2015-01-20 Di 10:00] =>  0:15
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OSiUX | 4 Mar 16:01 2015
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org.css for mobile-friendly

Testing my blog [0] (org-mode publish) in
mobile-friendly [1] obtain bad result. :(

Same result for orgmode.org, maybe somebody have
better CSS for org-mode export?

thanks!

[0] http://osiux.com
[1] https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly/?url=orgmode.org

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James Harkins | 4 Mar 12:18 2015

(org-element-property :title ...) not returning a string

I've got:

(defun org-scdoc-headline (headline contents info)
  "Transcode a HEADLINE element from Org to ASCII.
CONTENTS holds the contents of the headline.  INFO is a plist
holding contextual information."
  ;; Don't export footnote section, which will be handled at the end
  ;; of the template.
  (unless (org-element-property :footnote-section-p headline)
    (let* ((title (org-element-property :title headline))
	   (allcaps (upcase title))
    ... blah blah

It's choking on (upcase...) because 'title' ends up being an element object, and *not* the value of the
:title property.

Why?

http://orgmode.org/worg/dev/org-export-reference.html is not helpful in answering this question.

hjh

Jacob Gerlach | 3 Mar 21:08 2015
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Escape individual underscore?

Hi List,

I want to include a literal underscore in LaTeX export, like FOO_BAR. Right now I get:
FOO$_{\text{BAR}}$

Contrary to this stackexchange question, if I try to escape the underscore with a backslash, I get:
FOO$\backslash$$_{\text{BAR}}

I've found that I can set org-export-with-sub-superscripts to "{}" to avoid this problem, but I'd rather escape individual underscores on a case by case basis. Is this possible?

As an aside, section 11.7.2 of the org info says "Configure the variable `org-use-sub-superscripts' to
change this convention." Fortunately the docstring for org-use-sub-superscripts points out that display and export functionality are now controlled by separate variables. I would propose a patch to update the info to clarify that two variables are used, but I'm not currently set up to do so.

Regards,
Jake

Gmane