[OS X Emacs] embedded calc and M-#

David Reitter david.reitter at gmail.com
Wed Jan 7 19:21:55 EST 2009


On 7 Jan 2009, at 18:57, Salvatore Enrico Indiogine wrote:
> Lucida Grande 13 points.    I do not know if it is variable-width or  
> monospaced.
> It is the Aquamacs default.

OK, that's the standard variable-width font.

I would use Options -> Appearance  to set a monospaced font (Monaco  
for instance) for the mode.

It may well be that this function in org-mode is ancient enough to  
assume that all fonts are mono-spaced, see posting below.

- David

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From: Carsten Dominik
Tue, 21 Oct 2008 01:37:54 -0700

Hi Larry,
this has come up before. You need to use a fixed-width chinese font as  
your default font, one where each character will occupy exactly two  
(or 1 or 3) ascii character widths. Org is smart enough to deal with  
integer width characters (quite a feat already, I assure you), but it  
cannot and likely never will handle variable width fonts.
- Carsten
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