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[Orgmode] Re: `C-u 2 S-Tab' with `#+STARTUP: odd'

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: [Orgmode] Re: `C-u 2 S-Tab' with `#+STARTUP: odd'
Date: Mon, 12 Oct 2009 15:15:33 +0200

On Oct 12, 2009, at 9:24 AM, Michael Brand wrote:

Thank you for the fix of the function org-shifttab in org-version 6.31a.

I wonder how the function org-outline-level is intended to work. Should it show the outline level or count the stars like in org- version 6.31a and one has to take into account `odd' himself to get the outline level when implementing own stuff which use e. g. the function org-shifttab?

org-outline-level shows the number of stars, independently of org-odd- levels


   (org-reduced-level (org-outline-level))

to get normalized levels.

Inside org, you need to check which function works with what kind
of level, this is unfortunately not entirely abstracted.


- Carsten

yes, I agree it would be consistent to adapt the interpretation
of the prefix arg when using odd-levels.
I have fixed this, it is available in git now, and will be in
the next release (6.31).
- Carsten
On Sep 10, 2009, at 1:48 PM, Michael Brand wrote:
I like the org-indent-mode with the soft-indentation but even more I
like the hard-indentation with `#+STARTUP: odd hidestars' instead for
which I have a question.

This is the content of the example file oddeven:
-*- mode: org -*-
#+STARTUP: oddeven hidestars content
* 1 Org Mode
** 1.1 Introduction
*** 1.1.1 Installation

This is the content of the example file odd:
-*- mode: org -*-
#+STARTUP: odd hidestars content
* 1 Org Mode
*** 1.1 Introduction
***** 1.1.1 Installation

The different _Emacs-faces_ (colors) for the heading levels are the same
when comparing the two files. This Emacs-internal adaptation I
appreciate a lot.

C-u 2 S-Tab shows _two_ levels with the file oddeven but only _one_ with
the file odd. Is this how it is intended to work for the file odd?

org-version is 6.30e.

- Carsten

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