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is an Emacs major mode for keeping notes, maintaining TODO lists, planning projects, and authoring documents with a fast and effective plain-text system. Because Org mode is a vast subject area, other tags must accompany the `org-mode` tag.

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Here's a function from this pragmatic emacs entry (see the comment by Jay Dresser) that might do the trick for you. It will export a heading with a particular property on save. If you'd didn't like th …
answered Apr 9 '18 by mclear
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Have you tried (eval-after-load "org" '(require 'ox-md nil t)) as discussed in this answer? Once loaded you should see the export option in the normal org export list.
answered Jun 10 '17 by mclear
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On the latest version of org-mode I have the following set-up: (setq org-file-apps '(("\\.docx\\'" . default) ("\\.mm\\'" . default) ("\\.x?html?\\'" . default) ("\\.pdf\\'" . …
answered Feb 10 '17 by mclear
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The link you provide looks a bit like tufte-css. You might try ox-tufte to get the sidenotes and the right fonts, etc.
answered Mar 12 '17 by mclear
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Here are the settings I use for diary loaded into org-mode. You need to get urls for the apple calendars you want to show in org. I found the discussion by Adolfo Villafiorita very helpful. You'll …
answered Apr 27 '19 by mclear
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Here's what I have in my config for this: (with-eval-after-load 'org ; chars for prematch (setcar org-emphasis-regexp-components " ('\"{“”\[\\") ; chars for postmatch (setcar …
answered Jun 25 '18 by mclear
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To get what you want you have to either remap the keys in your init file or modify evil-org. You probably will want to do the former. And I think org-metaleft and org-metaright will do what you want ( …
answered Nov 22 '16 by mclear
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Here's the function I use: (setq org-agenda-custom-commands '(("x" agenda) ("y" agenda*) ; or agenda entries planned this week/day with an hour specification like [h]h:mm ("z" todo "T …
answered Jun 28 '18 by mclear
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Here are my settings. I got a lot of help on this from Aaron Bieber's discussion. (setq org-refile-targets '((org-agenda-files :maxlevel . 8) ("~/.emacs.d/config.org" :max …
answered Jun 15 '19 by mclear
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You should take a look at the function org-babel-do-load-languages. I think you'll want something like this: (org-babel-do-load-languages 'org-babel-load-languages '((python . t) (C . t) (cal …
answered Jun 3 '18 by mclear
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If you want more flexibility in your markdown export you should look at pandoc and ox-pandoc
answered Jun 3 '18 by mclear
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I would like to use org-publish to generate files for a website. I would prefer to do this using the ox-pandoc exporter rather than org-mode's own publishing exporters. But I can't quite seem to see h …
asked May 24 '16 by mclear
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I'd like to use org-wiki to keep a personal wiki. Org-wiki will also publish to html. In doing so it converts all org links of the form wiki:foo to foo.html. It does this using the function org-wiki-- …
asked May 13 '17 by mclear
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You could also just use ox-pandoc, which does all this properly. Though you need to have pandoc installed.
answered Jul 11 '18 by mclear
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try (setq mac-right-option-modifier 'none) ;; unbind right key for accented input Though for my mac you use shift and 3 to get the '#' sign. But in any case it is good to keep one of the 'option' …
answered Oct 8 '19 by mclear

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