1 Feb 2010 02:49

### Re: Bug with cua-mode & org-support-shift-select

Vanilla emacs now has shift selection (as of version 23?), so try
disabling shift select in CUA and enabling the standard shift select.

M-x customize-variable shift-select-mode

On Sun, Jan 31, 2010 at 2:36 PM, Ivan Vanyushkin <vanav <at> vanav.com.ua> wrote:
> Hello.
>
> I want to use C-x/C-c/C-v and Shift-arrows selection with org-mode.
>
> GNU Emacs 23.1.50.1, org-mode 6.34, .emacs:
> (cua-mode 1)
> (setq org-support-shift-select t)
>
> If this two options are on, then Shift key selection with arrow keys doesn't
> work: no selection, just cursor movements. According to
> http://orgmode.org/manual/Conflicts.html I think that org-mode should
> support CUA. If not, what can you suggest for correct support of C-x/C-c/C-v
> + org-support-shift-select?
>
> As far as I can say, the reason of problem is there:
>
> In org.el:
> (defun org-call-for-shift-select (cmd)
>  (let ((this-command-keys-shift-translated t))
>    (call-interactively cmd)))
>
> Called like this: (org-call-for-shift-select 'forward-char)
>
> In cua-base.el Shift key is detected like this:


1 Feb 2010 07:19

### Re: The ditaa picture

Hey Eric,

Thanks for the tip, it works well here!

Yet another further question, is it possible to assign the directory where the picture should be exported to? For it is kind of messy if all the figures goes to the root directory.

Thanks a lot for your help,

Chao

On Sat, Jan 30, 2010 at 7:46 PM, Eric Schulte wrote:
Hi Chao,

I don't believe that it is currently possible to customize the file
names in the ways you have described using the standard begin_ditaa
blocks.  It is possible to have complete control over the file names
using org-babel, in which case the corresponding block would look like

--------
#+begin_src ditaa :file communication.png :exports results

blabla

#+end_src
--------

then the image will be created on export, and you can also preview the
image by pressing C-c C-o on the block.

(require 'org-babel-init)
(require 'org-babel-ditaa)

Best -- Eric

Chao Lu <loochao <at> gmail.com> writes:

> Dear all,
>
> When I'm using the ditaa in a org file called pearl.org, by
>
> --------
> #+begin_ditaa communication.png
>
> blabla
>
> #+end_ditaa
> --------
>
> It generates a file called communication_5e2f49c31c46339e8e3af9ef8a2fd2dfa3d1fe74.png,
> but this picture is right located at the same file as the org file(pearl.org). Is it
> possible to let it go to certain dir like the latex pictures do? And is it possible to
> let the generated picture has the prefix of the org file name automatically, like
> org_communication_5e2f49c31c46339e8e3af9ef8a2fd2dfa3d1fe74.png?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Chao
>
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1 Feb 2010 07:23

### Re: Hang after agenda export [6.34c]

manonfire <at> lavabit.com writes:

> Hello,
>
> this org-mode is fantastic but I experienced a little problem.
>
> When trying to export the agenda with C-x C-w filename, emacs hangs and
> causes high cpu load with all file types (txt,html,pdf). No file is
> created.
> This also happened with 6.33f.

I have a huge org file and I am not facing this problem with 6.34trans.

Do you mind sharing the org file. Looks like some issue with the file.

Thanks
Noorul

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1 Feb 2010 08:40

### Overview mode of info.js

Dear all,

As I'm trying to adjust the setting of info.js, I found when I set the view to be overview, it does not behave like what I expected. I just want the headlines to be shown, but by default, Org seems expand the content of the first section as well. So how could I modify this stuff?

Thanks a lot,

Chao

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1 Feb 2010 05:37

### Re: Hang after agenda export [6.34c]

The problem could be solved by removing the example code snippet suggested
in the manual (Page 104 for 6.34c) from .emacs which is

(setq org-agenda-exporter-setting)
'((ps-number-of-columns 2)
(ps-landscape-mode t)

Export to txt and html works now. But for pdf I get an error message:

"Symbol's function definition is void: flet"

>When trying to export the agenda with C-x C-w filename, emacs hangs and
>causes high cpu load with all file types (txt,html,pdf). No file is
>created.
>This also happened with 6.33f.
>The org-file is very simple, one heading with two scheduled items.

Manonfire

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1 Feb 2010 07:42

### Re: a bug <at> remember template


On Jan 31, 2010, at 5:00 PM, zwz wrote:

> I use org-remember for my contact records.
>
> This is a template in org-remember-templates
> ("Contact" ?c "* %^{Name} \n%[~/.contact]\n" "contact.org" "Contacts")
>
> the content of the file "~/.contact":
> :PROPERTIES:
> :Mobile: %^{mobile}
> :Email:
> :END:
>
> I found that the prompt "%^{mobile}" works, but *the inactive time
> stamp "%u"
> does not.* It is not replaced.
>
> I guess it is a bug.
>

Maybe not a bug - this simplt depends on the sequence
in which % escapes are expanded in the template.

However, I can see that it could be nice to define the templates
in a separate file like you do - so I have changed the sequence now.
File insertion happens first, so that this should now work (untested).

HTH

- Carsten

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1 Feb 2010 07:47

### Re: How to disable localtoc of info.js


On Jan 30, 2010, at 8:21 AM, Chao Lu wrote:

> Dear all,
>
> I was trying to disable the localtoc in org file, using
>
> ----------------
> #+INFOJS_OPT: localtoc:nil
> ---------------
>
> But it doesn't work, does anyone have some idea?

Yes, read the manual more carefully   It is ltoc, not localtoc.

HTH

- Carsten

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1 Feb 2010 07:43

### Re: ics file not understood by google calendar

Hi Vagn,

you are saying that this used to work out of the box and no longer does?
Could you please git bisect to identify the offending commit?

Thanks.

- Carsten

On Jan 31, 2010, at 10:47 AM, Vagn Johansen wrote:

>
> Some time ago I could export to an ics file via C-c C-e i, store the
> file on a web server and point google calendar to it. This way I could
> (http://www.google.com/ig) which I use as my browser "home" page.
>
> This does not work anymore (Org-mode version 6.33f). The calendar is
> imported without error but there are no entries in the google
> calendars.
>
> Here is a small sample (that shows the problem)
>
> http://ozymandias.dk/test/test9365.org
>
> http://ozymandias.dk/test/test9365.ics
>
> From my custom file
>  ..
>  '(org-icalendar-include-todo (quote all) t)
>  '(org-icalendar-timezone "Europe/Berlin")
>  ..
>
>
> Note: I have also tried to import the ics file in the iCal program on
> a macbook (10.4). the todo items are shown on the list of entries at
> the right side of the screen, but none of the entries are shown in
> week/month/etc view in the middle.
>
> --
> Vagn Johansen
>
>
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1 Feb 2010 07:51

### Re: Bug: Docstring for "org-cycle" does not document "org-cycle-level" behavior

Fixed, thanks.

- Carsten

On Jan 29, 2010, at 9:52 PM, Ryan Thompson wrote:

> Title says it all. In recent versions of Org, doing org-cycle at the
> end of an empty headline will cycle that headline through different
> levels, if the appropriate variable is non-nil. However, the
> docstring does not mention this feature.
>
> org-version = 6.34c
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1 Feb 2010 08:22

### Re: Bug: \log and friends are not recognized as math [6.34b]

Hi Rasmus, thanks for this.

Unfortunately, it turns out, all of these are already in org-html-
entities.
But Org does not have a secure way to detect which of these macros
require
math mode and which not.

So here is a request for a volunteer.  Go through the list below
and mark all macros according to three criteria:

1. Does not exist in TeX/LaTeX
2. Requires math-mode
3. Does not require math mode.
4. Is there another category, like "this cannot be used in math mode?"

That would be a big help and let me fix the issue brought up by Rasmus.

As this is a long list, maybe first post here that you are going
to do it, so that not several people work on the same task.

Thanks.

- Carsten

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