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Org #+INCLUDE: turning what I want to be a 2nd level header into a 1st level header

Test case: a.org * This is a big section I have some content here ** And a second level section And more content here *** And a third level section And more content here b.org ** I ...
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How to set mail-user-agent to mu4e-user-agent

Pressing , m in an org buffer does org-mime-org-buffer-htmlize and opens the htmlized message in message-mode but I want it in mu4e-compose-mode. How can I have this message opened in mu4e in order ...
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shr: render local images

I'd like to use the internal shr "package" of emacs to display local images. The thing is that I can display online images but not local ones, that's quite strange isn't it! Reproduce: Put in a ...
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Theme background not exported for HTML source code block

I have some code snippets within an org file: #+BEGIN_SRC python print 42 #+END_SRC When exporting to HTML (org-export-dispatch), the syntax highlighting seems to follow my current theme, but the ...
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How to debug collision between elpy and htmlize during org-export

Description Below I include a minimal Emacs init file a minimal org file Attempting to export the org file to HTML (by using C-c C-e h h) results in the error Wrong type argument: processp, nil. A ...
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How can I print a buffer exactly as it looks on the screen?

How can I print a buffer exactly as it looks on screen, including the use of variable-pitch fonts? (I'm also curious why htmlfontify-buffer ignores variable-pitch-mode.) I am using org-mode and use ...
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`htmlize` not taking CIDER font-locking into account

I'm using htmlize to give Org-mode code blocks syntax highlighting when exported as HTML, but the exported code only captures some of the font-locking. In particular, for Clojure, it does not capture ...