On Apr 20, 2008, at 4:09 PM, Jose Robins wrote:
On a related note, I have some emphasis formatting/cell width problems within tables.
I have some custom emphasis alist along with hiding the emphasis markers defined so...
'(org-emphasis-alist (quote (("*" bold "<b>" "</b>") ("/" italic "<i>" "</i>") ("_" underline "<u>" "</u>") ("=" org-code "<code>" "</code>" verbatim) ("~" org-verbatim "" "" verbatim) ("+" (:strike-through t) "<del>" "</del>") ("&" font-lock-keyword-face "" "") ("#" j-green-face "" "") ("^" j-highlight-face "" ""))))
where j-green-face or essentially the default face with the color green etc.
When I do an emphasis inside a table, the emphasis special characters would disappear and the correct formatting would appear on the word, however the right cell vertical divider character would get pulled in by 1 character. <tab> does not resize the table cell properly. I need to manually insert a space to move the divider to the right and then everything would work as expected. Just a minor annoyance..
Not sure if I explained the issue correctly...
does C-c C-c fix the alignment, or not?
Chris Randle wrote:
I define an Emacs abbrev of, say, "hnbc" to exapand to "how now brown
cow", and then type "hnbc[space]" inside an org table cell. After it has
expanded it pushes the trailing cell divider away, even though the cell
width was adequate. Tabbing out of the cell doesn't re-fit the cell
divider - it stays "stuck" where it was after the expansion.
It's slightly odd, because if I type lots of leading spaces before the
abbrev and then tab, org happily moves the expanded text back to the
beginning of the cell, but still doesn't move the trailing divider.
C-c C-c fixes it, and also moving the cursor over to the trailing cell
divider and backspace one char and tab.
Any other workarounds or suggestions?
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