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I am having some trouble with that jit-lock message: it does not work in indirect buffer.

I think it is not related with my config files in .emacs because I tried the function without loading my .emacs and the issue persists.

So, I need a direction about what to do and what information should I provide you in order for helping me to fix that issue that's stopping me from using the org-goto function.

Please, note I understand very little about lisp-emacs, I usually grab some snippets from internet. That's why I am not very sure about what information should I provide.

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    No need to know about Lisp: just provide a step-by-step description of how you end up getting that message. From what you write about all I know is that org-goto is somehow involved, but it's pretty fuzzy.
    – Stefan
    Oct 23, 2017 at 21:01
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    If you could provide a recipe for recreating the issue, starting from running emacs -Q, that should be sufficient for people to help figure out what's going on.
    – phils
    Oct 23, 2017 at 21:01

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If someone came to the same issue (or related), know that I solved it by not loading twice org from different packages (Elpa and Melpa) in Emacs.

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    Please accept your own answer. That prevents the question to pop up in the list again and again.
    – Tobias
    Nov 24, 2017 at 15:27

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