it seems some of my problems were due to recent org changes, which appear to have been reverted with todays updated org-plus-contrib. However, I am now seeing some other problems.
I’m a little confused with respect to advice and the chagnes which have been made. Am I right in assuming that emacspeak is still using the older defadvice rather than the suggested advice-add approach?
Also, I think there is something wrong in some of the advice defined for org-mode. In emacspeak-org.el Updated from git today), you have
for f in
`(defadvice ,f (around emacspeak pre act comp)
"Provide auditory feedback."
(when (ems-interactive-p) (emacspeak-speak-line)))))
as this is an ‘around’ advice, don’t you need to also call ad-do-it to actually execute the underlying function? I notice in org-mode files right now, C-a, which is bound to org-beginning-of-line just speaks the line and does not move the point. I suspect this is an error and you really want after rather than around for this advice?
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