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org-mode , export , how to 'force' newline on lines between paragraphs?
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To separate paragraphs by a single line all you need is to add an empty line between each paragraph in your org-file like following: First paragraph Second paragraph \\ is only required to add ...

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Embbed html/javascript in org-mode html export
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#+INCLUDE: "someFile.html" html should result in an included rendered version of the html file and not just "quote the source file".

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Enable Linum Mode for all files (with extension) but not other buffers?
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The linum-off.el file by Matthew Fidler should be what you are looking for. Here is a copy of his code: (require 'linum) (defcustom linum-disabled-modes-list '(eshell-mode wl-summary-mode ...

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Drill user specified tags with org-drill
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I haven't found any in-place function that could do any of my two requirements, but I defined a function for my first requirement. Hopefully, somebody else finds this useful (or has even a better ...

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"C-c C-v" for "View TODO items in a sparse tree" not working
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You are using the wrong command. To view TODO items in a sparse tree, you need to use C-c / t. The tutorial to refer to does show it correctly. C-c C-v is meant for working with code.

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Avoid displaying "=>" when a field is clipped in org-table?
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The answer to the following stackexchange question pretty much leads the way to how to fulfill your requirement. Copy the org-table-align command (from org-table.el -> M-x find-library RET org-table) ...

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How to org-export this tag into HTML?
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Your syntax seems to be wrong. Instead of #+ATTR_HTML: :dir:rtl try #+ATTR_HTML: :dir rtl, that should work.

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