It must be very simple to get rid of but I could not find something addressing the problem : I would like to avoid underlined spaces between two lines. The following screenshot illustrates the problem in an org itemize:
I use the classic
default-fill-column of 80.
describe-char value of the space character (in place of the red cursor) gives the following:
position: 500 of 1353 (37%), column: 0 character: SPC (displayed as SPC) (codepoint 32, #o40, #x20) preferred charset: ascii (ASCII (ISO646 IRV)) code point in charset: 0x20 script: latin syntax: which means: whitespace category: .:Base, a:ASCII, l:Latin to input: type "C-x 8 RET HEX-CODEPOINT" or "C-x 8 RET NAME" buffer code: #x20 file code: #x20 (encoded by coding system utf-8-unix) display: terminal code #x20 Character code properties: customize what to show name: SPACE general-category: Zs (Separator, Space) decomposition: (32) (' ') There are text properties here: face org-link font-lock-multiline t fontified t help-echo [Show] keymap [Show] mouse-face highlight
EDIT (by Tobias): Org-text for reproduction:
- Energy and Numerical Weather Predictin; aussi ce papier sur [[http://web.mit.edu/lorenzcenter/about/LorenzPubs/The_Statistical_Prediction_of_Solutions_1962.pdf][statistic prediction of sol of dynamics equations]] Local Variables: fill-column: 80 org-hide-emphasis-markers: t eval: (progn (setq org-descriptive-links nil) (org-toggle-link-display)) End: