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Re: #org #annotate #lentic.el #annotate.el -- was Re: function to copy o

From: Gene Sullivan
Subject: Re: #org #annotate #lentic.el #annotate.el -- was Re: function to copy org buffer substring with link description only
Date: Thu, 7 Jan 2016 19:52:51 -0500

What I wanted is a means for helping those with an org-mode link to retain
ALL/both data rather than jettisoning either the URL or the description.

There seems a chasm between an org-mode file and each of the various
end-goal re-uses and/or destination file formats available via `export'.
I was attempting to brainstorm ways of preserving both data and the
relations between data within the org-mode file so it can be available for
possible future use ... while allowing someone hell-bent on only ONE use --
in a surface-structural `visualization' -- to use only the portions exposed
without destroying or discarding the portions of no immediate use.

On Thu, Jan 7, 2016 at 4:15 PM, Phillip Lord <>

> Gene <> writes:
> > Also, given the ability to use lenticular text with emacs it might be
> nice if
> > the target text created by removing the non-descriptive part of an org
> link
> > could be treated as lenticular text of sorts wherein the description
> would
> > used as if literal text while the URL were retained in some way as a
> silent,
> > invisible partner.
> I am not 100% sure what you want here; are you after something that is
> just a visualisation? I thought that org does that already -- i.e. it
> just makes the link invisible and leaves just the description.
> Phil

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