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Re: [O] Editing Quote blocks remotely

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] Editing Quote blocks remotely
Date: Thu, 07 Apr 2016 16:00:25 +0200

Rasmus <address@hidden> writes:

> With org-narrow-to-block you have to pay attention to the boundaries of
> the block, but indeed it goes most of the way.  Of course it’s trivial to
> fix that.
> The nice part would be to be able to edit the content of the block in a
> different buffer.  It’s good for dumping passages and doing further
> editing (e.g. and emphases).

C-x o C-x n b (modulo the block markers to ignore)

>> Also, quote blocks are quite different from example blocks since they
>> can contain other elements, including other blocks. This can lead to
>> surprising behaviour, IMO.
> I’m not sure I see how that’s relevant in this case, but I could easily be
> overlooking some detail.

At every buffer position within an example block, `org-element-at-point'
returns an example-block element. This is not true for quote blocks.
IOW, it may not be always obvious that you are within a quote block.


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