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Put your cursor on the offending text, then in the top menu, Options->Customize Emacs->Specific Face and you will go directly to the one you want to change.


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If you really want to disable all faces then you should deactivate font-lock-mode by doing M-x font-lock-mode. You could configure it to happen automatically by adding an org-mode-hook as follows in the user-config section of your dotfile: (defun my-disable-font-lock () (font-lock-mode 0)) (add-hook 'org-mode-hook 'my-disable-font-lock)


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Possibly a duplicate. Find out module slowing down emacs This may be what you're looking for. Emacs Lisp Profiler


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I figured out the problem. In my spacemacs dotfile, under my layers function, I had the line git commented out. I have since enabled the git layer and I now have all the associated magit commands.


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You can do this by using a quelpa recipe under dotspacemacs-additional-packages in your dotfile as follows: (ox-ipynb :location (recipe :fetcher github :repo "jkitchin/ox-ipynb"))) Currently, this possibility is only described in the docs about 'configuration layer development` Alternatively, ...


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You can achieve this by advising evil-ex-search as follows: (advice-add 'evil-ex-search :after #'recenter)


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As of org version 9.5-dev in 2021 (and possibly earlier), the option #+OPTIONS: broken-links:mark Produces nearly the desired behaviour: #+OPTIONS: broken-links:mark * Test Philosophers love [[determinism]] The documentation for the customization option org-export-with-broken-links is: org-export-with-broken-links is a variable defined in ‘ox.el’. Its ...


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One good solution that works here is by using simply pydoc (not helm-pydoc). Put your cursor somewhere on open and do M-x pydoc-at-point-no-jedi. Of course, you can bind some shortcut for it also.


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