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I think you can put them at the end, maybe even in a heading that can be collapsed. You might try a drawer: :setup: #+STARTUP: overview #+LINK: coderepo x:/my/repo/%s #+LINK: scriptsrepo x:/mysrcript/repo/ :end: For me, that is folded when I open the file. Alternatively, I think you could put them in a separate setup.org file, and then include it as: #+...


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There is no such function: org-time-stamp is "sui generis". The best thing to do is to define a new function that calls org-time-stamp in the context of a temporary buffer and then returns the string that is inserted into that buffer: (defun my/org-time-stamp-string () (with-temp-buffer (org-mode) (org-time-stamp nil nil) (...


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Setting org-export-with-footnotes to nil seems to work fine: (let ((org-text (concat "* Header\n" "Text[fn:1].")) (my-backend (org-export-create-backend :parent 'html ;;:transcoders '((footnote-reference . ignore)) )) (org-export-with-footnotes nil)) (org-export-string-...


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Retask C-c C-o and/or add a modifier to the mouse click, like M-<click>. Essentially, instead of handling a normal click event, and following the link, they fire a function that opens the target document.


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Did you enable the BIND keyword by setting org-export-allow-bind-keywords to t? See the last paragraph of the Export Settings section of the manual (C-h i g(org)Export settings will get you there). Also, did you refresh the setup by pressing C-c C-c on the #+BIND: line or by killing the buffer and reopening the file? FWIW, it fires for me - in the sense that ...


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If you use a mono-space font, the columns should align. There is no clear way to align columns in emacs using a variable-spaced font.


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