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PDF export is handled by LaTeX, which provides endless ways to customize your document presentation. A relatively simple way to apply side-by-side formatting to tables in org-mode is to wrap them in minipage environments: #+ATTR_LATEX: :options {0.4\textwidth} #+begin_minipage | one | two | three | |-----+-----+-------| | cat | dog | fish | |-----+-----+---...


Your init file defines a notes class that can be used by org when exporting to LaTeX: #+LATEX_CLASS: notes It works fine, in the sense that it produces a latex output that starts out like this: \documentclass{notes} ... But then, the org exporter calls pdflatex (or xelatex or something else depending on your setup) to process the LaTeX file. And guess ...


You can use special blocks to achieve this: * section 1 \hfill #+attr_latex: :options {0.95\textwidth} #+begin_minipage - S1 - S2 #+end_minipage


You can add arbitrary LaTeX code to your org mode file like this: * Section 1 #+LATEX: \hfill #+LATEX: \begin{minipage}{0.95\textwidth} - S1 item 1 - S1 item 2 #+LATEX: \end{minipage} That will produce exactly what you want (plus a label, but that's standard).


As suggested by @Drew, this can be achieved by setting isearch-filter-predicate appropriately. Indeed, the docstring for query-replace includes: C-h f query-replace ... Ignore read-only matches if ‘query-replace-skip-read-only’ is non-nil, ignore hidden matches if ‘search-invisible’ is nil, and ignore more matches using ‘isearch-filter-...


The issue you describe was a bug in AUCTeX which was fixed with this change. This change loads hyperref.el when you request the beamer class and are asked for class options, making LaTeX-hyperref-package-options-list available before the style hook runs.

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