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Re: How to stop results being hidden when using ":results drawer"?

From: Richard Stanton
Subject: Re: How to stop results being hidden when using ":results drawer"?
Date: Wed, 11 May 2022 10:51:16 -0700

I see that the same question was asked by John Kitchin in 2016. The accepted 
answer back then was either to put

#+STARTUP: showeverything

at the top of the org file or to use (setq org-startup-folded "showeverything”).

I don’t know if something has changed in org since then, but neither of these 
seems to work for me at the moment. All of my :results: drawers start out and 
remain hidden until I click on them and press TAB.

> On May 11, 2022, at 9:52 AM, Richard Stanton <rhstanton@berkeley.edu> wrote:
> I’m creating documents where I run Python code blocks that create LaTeX 
> mathematical output that I want to be able to export to either LaTeX/PDF or 
> HTML. 
> Using :wrap in the header works fine, except that LaTeX complains about the 
> unknown environment “results” (it still compiles the file to PDF fine).
> Using :wrap export latex works fine for LaTeX export, but I can’t get HTML 
> that way.
> The recommended method seems to be to use :results drawer. This works fine 
> from an export perspective to both LaTeX/PDF and to HTML. However, it has one 
> significant drawback when I’m actually creating the document: the results 
> drawer starts out hidden and to see what’s there I have to click on it. This 
> makes debugging the code in the first place a lot less convenient.
> Is there a way to use :results drawer and have the results NOT hidden by 
> default?
> Thanks for any suggestions!
> Richard Stanton

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