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Try the following functions. Below it's your function adapted to split top level headlines into different Org files. (defun my-org-export-each-level-1-headline-to-org (&optional scope) (interactive) (org-map-entries (lambda () (let* ((title (car (last (org-get-outline-path t)))) (dir (file-name-directory buffer-file-name)) ...


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The process is: export the Org mode file (say foo.org) to a tjp file (foo.tjp). process the tjp file with tj3: `tj3 foo.tjp view the resulting HTML (Plan.html) file with a browser (both Firefox and Chrome worked for me). Print from the browser to PDF, but make sure to first open More settings and select the Background graphics (Chrome) or Print backgrounds (...


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I'm no expert by any means but one partial solution is proposed here: https://groups.google.com/g/taskjuggler-users/c/MCs8jz-T4nQ/m/VCOcjc4lqp4J Basically they say to print the page from a web browser while visiting the .html file generated by org-taskjuggler-export-process-and-open. However, at least on Firefox the generated pdf skips the colors and ...


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org-export-string-as should be a built in function of ox.html You can use it like this: (org-export-string-as "*bold*" 'html)


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I am not sure if it still helps and if it is exactly what you need... I am using something like within spacemacs: ;;----------------------------------------------------------------------- (message "--- START : filemanage ----") (let ((srcuf (concat dotspacemacs-directory "user_filemanage.org")) (uf (concat dotspacemacs-...


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