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exporting, converting, printing, and publishing Org documents to a variety of other formats using Org mode's export facilities. PDF, HTML, ASCII, etc., are some of the common export formats.

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When writing scientific papers within org-mode, the usual way to go is to specify citations, e.g., with the help of org-ref and then to export the whole thing to LaTeX/PDF, which does also resolve the …
asked Feb 15 '17 by Timm
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I found out that my wishes can be fullfilled with this: (font-lock-add-keywords 'org-mode '(("\\(@@latex:\\)\\(.*?\\)\\(@@\\)" (1 font-lock-comment-face) (2 '(org-latex-and-related …
answered Oct 17 '17 by Timm
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It's very neat that simple org-mode lists get exported to itemize (or enumerate) environments in LaTeX. Yet I would like also to be able to change the face of an \item bullet using square brackets, as …
asked Oct 6 '17 by Timm
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Two ways to color text in org-mode come into my mind: 1.) Simply add the usual LaTeX code @@latex:{\color{green}@@This@@latex:}@@ is green. 2.) Use John Kitchin's org-colored-text.el After downloa …
answered May 14 '18 by Timm
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I've learned here that there are two ways to modify an \item: - [@123] will set the counter of enumerations (or "ordered lists") to 123. - [$Rightarrow$] :: bla will generate a "description". Bot …
answered Oct 7 '17 by Timm
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The answer that @Lgen gave works as far as the export is concerned, but it breaks visibility cycling (the headline level is lifted). As the thread on the org-mode mailing list suggests, empty headline …
answered Oct 13 '17 by Timm
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You need to use a "closing" heading: *** :B_ignoreheading: :PROPERTIES: :BEAMER_env: ignoreheading :END: Hence, your example should look like t …
answered Oct 24 '18 by Timm
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When using org-mode as a front-end to LaTeX, I'm making heavy use of inline code like @@latex:\textit{something italic}@@. Right now, this is mainly displayed as normal text (with proportional font an …
asked Oct 16 '17 by Timm
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Say you have a figure in your org-mode file like the following one: #+NAME: fig:first-figure #+CAPTION: Some caption #+BEGIN_figure This is a figure. #+END_figure This is exported to LaTeX code wh …
asked Jun 30 by Timm