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Regexp-Backslash \` matches the empty string, but only at the beginning of the buffer or string being matched against. \' matches the empty string, but only at the end of the buffer or string being matched against.


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This answer presents a method that does not need LaTeX but it needs SVG support. The following Elisp snippet defines a new major mode txtimg that behaves just like text-mode. A babel execution method for txtimg-mode makes that mode special. If you type C-c C-c on an imgtxt source code block and the newline before it the block are covered with an svg image ...


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It is possible if you can use embedded LaTeX fragments: Code: * headline 1 ** headline 2 #+LATEX_HEADER: \usepackage{dejavu}\renewcommand*\familydefault{\ttdefault} [[file:2019-05-21/dog-o.jpg]] $\parbox{5cm}{\normalfont This text should be displayed to the right of the image above.\\ Ideally, this would work for multiple lines, but if it's just one ...


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Can't be done. The image is an overlay over a single character (a "["), so as far as emacs is concerned, it's just a (big) character. If you put the cursor on the image (probably the easiest way is to put it on the line above and arrow down), then do C-u C-x = (or equivalently C-u M-x what-cursor-postion) you'll see what's going on. The best you can do is ...


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I believe you are looking for the variable disable-point-adjustment. You will want to dead its docstring to better understand how you want to use it (i.e. you'll have to reset it every time point "enters" one of those overlays).


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If you want to fill all the lines in a region, use the command M-x fill-region. To mark the entire buffer (so the region includes the entire file), use the command M-x mark-whole-buffer, which is also bound to the keybinding C-x h. If you only want to temporarily wrap the lines for easier reading, you can use visual-line-mode, combined with visual-fill-...


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This works for me: \nbsp{}^{123} test You might be like to define your own entity like this (this might look funny, the utf-8 actually has a utf-8 zero-space width below, and for ascii there is just no space.) : (add-to-list 'org-entities-user '("zwsp" "\\hspace{0pt}" ; latex nil ; not in math-mode "​" ...


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Add this header argument #+PROPERTY: header-args+ :comments link Tangle. You can now edit the tangled file itself and issue org-babel-detangle to get everything back into the org file.


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