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Re: Emacspeak and org mode



Tim,

Not immediately  noticing this.

I'm running pretty much the latest org-mode and emacs is a couple of
months old I think.

I tried the note feature and it works for me.

I'll try and upgrade things and see if it breaks as described.


Kind regards

Bart

Tim Cross <tcross@une.edu.au> writes:

> Dear All,
>
> is anyone else experiencing signficant loss of functionality with emacspeak and org mode recently?
>
> I’ve noticed that in the last week, a number of significant problems with org mode and emacspeak. Unfortunately, I upgraded both my emacspeak and org mode at about the same time, so I’m not sure whether the issue is with emacspeak or org mode.
>
> I run the org-plus-contrib package from the org mode elpa repository. I’m running emacspeak from github.
>
> Things I have noticed
>
> 1. When adding a note from an agenda view ie. after hittinng ‘z’, while entering the note, emacspeak just keeps repeating “before headline at position xxxx”, which makes using the note feature near impossible
> 2. running org-babel-load-file to generate new code files from babel code is extremely slow
> 3. Clocking in/out in the agenda doesn’t seem to work correctly and I think is throwing an error (but it isn’t spoken, so I need to dig deeper).
> 4. When working in an *.org file, moving down lines withe either C-n or arrow down, every now and again, emacspeak speaks the top/first heading line instead of the line of text the cursor is at. You have to move up and down a few times before it will speak the line rather than the headline
>
> plus a number of other issues.
>
> I’m not looking for an angel to come and fix this. I’m just after any input to know if
>
> 1. anyone else seeing similar recently?
> 2. any clues as to whether this is due to changes in emacspeak or org-mode
>
> and of course, if you have fixes/work-arounds, I’ll take them too!
>
> regards,
>
> Tim
>
>
>
>
>
> Tim Cross
>
> IT Security Manager
> Information Technology Directorate
>
> University of New England
> Armidale N.S.W. 2351 Australia
>
> Email: tcross@une.edu.au
> Phone: +61 2 6773 3210
> Mobile: +61 428 212 217
>
Bart
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Bart Bunting

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