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You can add the setting latex for calc-language to org-calc-default-modes. The following example Org file shows how you can do that with file-local variables: |----------+-----+----------+----------| | Fonction | var | Dérivée | | |----------+-----+----------+----------| | cos(x) | x | -\sin{x} | -\cos{x} | | \cos(x) | x | -\sin{x} | -\cos{...


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I do not know of any such hook. But you can add one. The following Elisp code shows how you can use cursor-sensor-mode and the cursor-sensor-functions text property to call hook functions when the formula overlays are entered or left. The hook where you can link in is org+-formula-cursor-sensor-functions. Switching on and off cdlatex-mode is demonstrated at ...


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I am (almost exclusively) using Emacs on WSL1. I've got X11 support by VcXsrv. It is very stable. You can mount Windows paths as drvfs. No problem there! My $HOME is my %USERPROFILE%. You can even mount windows network paths and usb drives. File access is much faster under WSL1 and even once more faster under WSL2. It is even possible to use magit under WSL....


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As mentioned by @JonatanLindén, fill-prefix is set to a string containing 18 spaces. This is because bibtex-clean-entry is using fill-prefix to align continuing text after equal sign. Setting fill-prefix to "" can solve the indentation issue. But to have better alignment when formating entry, you can advice bibtex-clean-entry to temporarily set fill-prefix. ...


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