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Re: [O] Org Writer's room

From: Matt Price
Subject: Re: [O] Org Writer's room
Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2012 06:55:29 -0500

On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 6:25 AM, Rainer M Krug <address@hidden> wrote:
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> On 06/12/12 11:51, David Engster wrote:
>> Rainer M. Krug writes:
>>> On 06/12/12 09:36, Jambunathan K wrote:
>>>> On the left is the navbar. - You can quickly navigate to any heading, a 
>>>> table or a
>>>> captioned figure.
>>> Couldn't the navbar from emacs be used for that? I haven't used it in a 
>>> long time, but in
>>> ecb (Emacs Code Browswer) it is used for this - see Screenshots on
>>> http://ecb.sourceforge.net/ for how it looks there.
>> Speedbar can use 'imenu' to get a list of tags, and org supports 'imenu', so 
>> it pretty much
>> works right away, also without ECB. Just do
>> (require 'speedbar) (speedbar-add-supported-extension ".org")
>> and fire up speedbar with
>> M-x speedbar You can now be able to click on org files and you should see 
>> the section headings.
>> It should also be possible to generate a speedbar frame or
> Very nice - and much easier.
>> buffer which only shows the tags of the current file, like ECB does, but I 
>> would have to look
>> that up if that's important.
> I actually like, that it shows all buffers, which makes switching much easier.
> And also, multi file setup can be handled much easier this way.
> Now the next step would be to
> a) automatically start the speedbar when an org file is opened and
> b) shows the buffers.

It would be neat if clicking on a link in speedbar opened up an
_indirect_ buffer using org-tree-to-indirect-buffer.  I like having
just the one node available as a way to ensure concentration on the
task at hand.

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