Given I'd like to keep using
global-flycheck-mode, how can I make sure flycheck is automatically disabled when editing org-mode documents? Or maybe is just activate it for code blocks?
I found this discussion but I admit I don't know what to do with this information. :\
I'm trying to create a timestamp with both date and time in org-mode (without adding to agenda), and I read from the docs that I should be using this cord:
C-u C-c !
However, I get this in my minibuffer:
Seems like its waiting for more input. I'm an Emacs n00b so I'm not really sure what's happening here. I get the same behavior with
Both versions with
. work fine, though:
C-u C-c .
What's happening here?
UPDATE: Thanks to suggestions from the comments below, I've determined Flycheck is doing something to screw this up: here's my flycheck config
(use-package flycheck :ensure t :init (global-flycheck-mode)) (add-hook 'after-init-hook #'global-flycheck-mode)
Where can I look to find if there is a colliding key binding?