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Re: [O] different hoisting in two panes

From: Nick Dokos
Subject: Re: [O] different hoisting in two panes
Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2011 10:53:44 -0400

Joseph Buchignani <address@hidden> wrote:

> One of the major shortcomings of org-mode as an outliner is the following: 
> You cannot have different hoisting or outline visibility settings in two 
> panes of the same file. 
> For example, if you want to hide the body text and just view outline headings 
> in one pane, while you
> work on the body text of a specific entry in the other pane, you cannot do 
> this. 

Sure you can - check out "Indirect buffers" in the Emacs manual.


> This prevents flexible restructuring and writing on the fly. It removes much 
> of the usefulness of
> having multiple panes. 
> Is there any way to change this behavior? Or is it something hardcoded into 
> Emacs? 
> Thanks
> JB
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