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Emacs hide some of the documents in Typescript

I'm using Doom emacs. I developing an App in Typescript. I just encounter a strange behavior of Emacs that compact the description of lsp-buffer like in the image below. Does anyone know how to ...
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Indent Headers in outline-minor-mode

In org mode, we can use the org-indent-mode hook to indent each header level, making a document with an outline more readable. However, with outline-minor-mode, we the org-indent hook doesn't seem to ...
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Reverting back to higher heading

Here is a sample text to illustrate my difficulty: * H1 L1 Some introductory text for H1 ** H2 L2 Some text relating to H2 L3 This is part of H2. But I would like it to be part of H1 only, not part of ...
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Show only headers in outline mode when I open my dot emacs

I use outline-minor-mode to organize my .emacs file. I have this code at the end to activate it in the file: ;;; Local Variables: ;;; eval: (outline-minor-mode 1) ;;; eval: (hide-body) ;;; outline-...
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New bidi problems with outline-mode / org-mode (Arabic, Hebrew,..)

Some time ago (maybe 3 months) I've noticed some problems with the bidi support (right-to-left languages) in org-mode. One problem I can't reproduce: The characters have then a strange form but If I ...
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"outline-regexp" doesn't match headings that matches ";;;###autoload"

The context Consider this file main.el ;;; Heading no. 1 ; This is not a heading ;; This is not a heading ;;;This is not a heading because there is no space after the the ";;;" ;;; Heading ...
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Emacs outline-mode custom heading and space between headers

I'm trying to define a structure for outline-minor-mode so I can organize my init.el conf without relying in org. So far I could not get to work with two levels of heading, I would like to have ;;; ...
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Remapping the `g` prefix key for all modes (Evil, org and outline minor mode), assigning a single function to `g`

The question is quite intricate. I am using doom-emacs and evil and I am customizing the keys. Usually, something like (define-key evil-normal-state-map "g" 'evil-paste-after) would work. ...
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outshine mode changes outline-regexp from markdown's

patient StackExchange, I am learning org-mode and liking its header-folding capacities, which seem much easier than outline-minor-mode. Most of my work is done in markdown mode, though, so I am ...
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How to count direct or indirect children in org or outline mode

I want to count the number of children in a subtree in org-mode. I am able to count the number of recursive children with (outline-next-heading): (defun outline-count-subheadings (&optional ...
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how to tell org mode to make subsequent lines children of the hierarchy

I have a list like this: remember to undo: product 0 discrimination limit(100) ENV['MANUAL_...'] When point is at the beginning of line 1, how can I tell org mode to make subsequent lines children ...
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Add code block line in emacs

In visual studio, there is a very convenient line with + and - to show the code which blocks it belongs to. I was wondering if there was the same function in emacs. ,
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Create a “rabbit hole” task stack that can be pushed/popped?

I frequently fall into a sort of working anti-pattern involving “rabbit holes.”¹ Here’s the form it takes (with a concrete e.g. in parentheses): Start working on something (the “real task”) ...
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bookmark-jump to a hidden part of a buffer

In elisp buffers, I use outline-mode in order to manage headings similarly as in org-mode. But when I jump to a bookmark which points to a hidden part of a buffer (because it is below a folded heading)...
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Custom Outline mode key binding

I want to set a key binding for outline-next-visible-heading but I fail to do so. I believe using hooks is a solution for this so I added this to my .emacs (defun outline-mode-test-hook() (define-...
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outline levels without different length of the match

I'm new to Emacs. I'm trying to use the outline-mode with a specific requirement. I would like to have the number 1 corresponding to the level 1, the number 2 corresponding to level 2 and so on: ...
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outline minor mode folding enhancements wanted

This query is two questions both related to latex major mode (not Auctex), outline minor mode, code folding. I eventually solved these questions myself. My "answers are given below the ========== ...
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How to hide frame environment in outline minor mode?

I am using AUCTex and outline-minor-mode to produce Latex presentations with beamer. I wonder how I could tell the outline-minor-mode to hide the content of a frame. I am not into LISP by now, so ...
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outline mode: Fold everything when loading file (specifically LaTeX mode)

I am using outline minor mode for LaTeX mode and would like emacs to automatically hide all section environments when opening a .tex file. How could I do that?
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cycle between headline levels in org mode?

I find that I would like to expose different levels of detail in my org mode buffers; especially while reviewing possbile next steps across many projects. org-shifttab comes close. It will cycle ...
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org mode not showing all the text in my file?

I am new to Emacs and struggling to learn it. I have a test.org file: * Heading ** Sub-Heading *** Third-level When I open the file, the buffer just displays: * Heading... Where did all the ...
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How to determine if a buffer will respond to outline-mode commands

I'm hacking together an extension which will display a sidebar with an outline of whatever document you're working on. It was initially written to support writing in markdown-mode, but the technique I'...
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How to fold the highest headline which I am currently in?

I often do the following sequence in my org-mode file: Go to the root headline from current position Fold the whole subtree Is there a way to this sequence with a shortcut?
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How to show all contents of current subtree and fold all the other subtrees?

When using org build subtree navigation functions to move around, I want to show all the content of current one recursively, and hide any other subtrees that having a higher or same level of the ...
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Test whether org-mode heading or list is folded

How can I test in elisp whether an org-mode tree node (either a heading or a list item) is folded? Looking at the code it seems the logic is a little complicated and only in org-cycle-internal-local, ...
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Move point to previous/next parent heading

This answer describes how to move point to the next or previous heading. I would like to move point to the next or previous heading, which is one level higher up the tree (at the parent level). For ...
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Shift-c acts as Control in Outline mode

I recently started having an issue. I am unsure as to how long it has existed, but it must have occurred during the past week. Whenever I type Shift-c, Emacs does not interpret it as the character C, ...
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how to start outline-minor-mode with latex-mode?

I have the following in my .emacs: (add-hook 'latex-mode-hook #'outine-minor-mode) (add-hook 'latex-mode-hook (lambda () (outline-minor-mode 1))) (I am aware this redundant, I am ...
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Set face of outline ellipsis?

Q: how do I change the face of the outline ellipsis? When working with outlines, the (customizable) ellipsis indicates when a section is folded and there is hidden text, eg: * A heading... ** A ...
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Change overlaid text of an outline header?

Q: how do I add a new outline header regexp but change the overlaid text? I often write presentations with Beamer in LaTeX. As such, there are a lot of frame (ie, "slide") environments: \begin{...
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Truncate only certain lines and use continuation lines elsewhere?

Q: how can I use truncate-lines in only part of a buffer? As a general rule, I prefer continuation lines to truncating lines. However, it would be nice to truncate only certain kinds of lines in a ...
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Move point to current org heading

In Org mode: How can I move point (up) to the current heading (or the first line under the heading)?
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Hide all header contents in Org mode

outline-show-all reveals the contents of all headers in org-mode. How can I do the opposite? There's no outline-hide-all command.
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make org-blank-before-new-entry distinguish between a TODO list and a text outline?

Like many of us, I use org-mode for two different things: As a TODO list manager As a text outliner I'd like my blank lines to work differently based on context. TODO list: no blank lines ...
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Show all parentless headings in Outline

I'm using the Outline minor mode. (Or the major mode or Org mode, but in these modes the scenario in this question is rare.) I want to show all of the headings that have no parent, plus the text ...
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How create a function to navigate between text and header?

I tried org-mode, and I'm impressed. My org-file for notes is organized like this: Header 1 Sub header 1 Foo [ cursor here] Bar Sub header 2 Currently I use the function org-...
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Trying to enable keybindings for 'outshine': "set before outline-mode is loaded"

I'm just getting started with outshine, and I'm trying to enable outshine's keybindings, but I am stumped by the directive in the readme to ...set the outshine prefix (M-#) in your init file before ...
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Configure indentation logic to ignore certain lines?

I am using outshine to organize my code (verilog/systemverilog language). Here is an example use: // * Class definition class my_class extends my_base_class; // code .. // ** Task 1 ...
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Can I use org-mode to structure my .emacs or other .el configuration file?

My .emacs configuration file gets bigger and bigger and I'd like to get a better overview and structuring by adding headings, subheadings and being able to hide or show them like I can do with Emacs ...
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How to use AUCTeX and outline-minor-mode together for folding? [duplicate]

I'd like to easily hide or show the text below individual headings in a large Latex document. I thought this should be possible with outline-minor-mode, however I can not get it to work. I can ...
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Show siblings of visible headers after hide-other

I'm using Outline mode (usually the minor mode, but it shouldn't matter) or Org mode. I have a file that looks like this: -*-outline-*- * Chapter 1 ** Section 1.1 *** Subsection 1.1.1 foo *** ...
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