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How should I write inline equations in Org Mode so they export to LaTeX properly?
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Also, it is good to know that the dollar syntax $...$ is not always recommended in LaTeX (and the double dollar syntax, $$...$$, for displayed equations, in strongly discouraged). For further info ...

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Make the cursor stop at the last character of a line instead of the newline character
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(This is too long for a comment, and while not literally an answer, I hope it might help the OP.) While Drew's answer covers what you literally want, this is probably not what you need. Point in ...

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Can I set a particular file to automatically and silently accept changes?
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Yes. Put this at the end of your file. * COMMENT Config Local Variables: eval: (auto-revert-mode 1) End: This assumes Org-mode, for other modes use comments in the language used as explained in the ...

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Any functionality differences using a two-space vs one-space convention at the end of a sentence?
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This is not really an answer to the question as stated ("what do I lose if I set sentence-end-double-space to nil"), but rather something like the third way;-). (Also, it is a (partial) copy from a ...

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How to delete the first few n chars of every line?
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For the sake of completeness: deleting the first 3 characters from each line (formally: from the point on, or in the region) can be done by regexp-replacing ^... (or more generally: ^.\{3\}) with an ...

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Opposite of fill-paragraph
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A poor man's unfill can also be done by first setting the fill-column to some ridiculously high value (I use 9999) and then filling. For instance, C-u 9999 C-x f M-q C-u 70 C-x f. (Also, you might ...

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How to delete the first few n chars of every line?
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And one more possibility: F3C-aC-3C-dC-nF4 records a keyboard macro, saying basically "move to the beginning of line, delete three characters, and move to the next line". Then, you can replay it ...

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