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Re: [O] Carriage return in macro

From: Tim
Subject: Re: [O] Carriage return in macro
Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2013 13:40:40 -0400
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At Mon, 26 Aug 2013 12:16:53 +0200,
Nicolas Goaziou wrote:
> > Is there any way to have carriage returns within the text of the
> > macro ?
> No, there isn't. Macros target small substitutions.
> > I have already tried using the #+BEGIN_ODT...#+END_ODT construct, but that
> > *really* messes with the format of the text within it.
> What do you mean? I don't know odt exporter very well, but contents of
> the block should be included as-is.
If I put several lines into an #+BEGIN_ODT..#+END_ODT block, all whitespace 
formating is lost.  A list like

- List one
- List two
- List three 


- List one - List two - List three

This is why I started puting the formatting on each line, and rather than 
type all of the <text:p... on every line, i created a macro.  Ill just stick
with that i guess... still better than using a word processer ;-) 


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