[OS X Emacs] Problems with org-mode
rpgoldman at sift.info
Thu Nov 11 23:23:24 EST 2010
On 11/11/10 Nov 11 -10:19 PM, David Reitter wrote:
> On Nov 11, 2010, at 7:33 PM, Robert Goldman wrote:
>> 2. I have TRIED not to use auto faces, but I find that when I un-choose
>> the auto-faces check box (1) aquamacs does NOT prompt me to save options
>> (2) if I quit and restart the auto-faces check box comes back.
> That's unfortunate, and I'll look into it.
> Does turning off autofaces mode actually help?
> If it does, you should be able to turn it off by adding
> (aquamacs-autoface-mode 0)
> to your ~/Library/Preferences/Aquamacs Emacs/Preferences.el file.
>> I have tried reading the manual about Aquamacs auto-faces and I confess
>> to not understanding at all how it relates to the standard emacs faces.
>> Is there some explanation of this somewhere that might help me grok it?
>> I also confess that I find emacs faces already more than sufficiently
>> confusing, without adding anything further to the mix! ;-)
> auto-faces defines some default faces specific to major modes, for instance in order to provide monospaced fonts for programming modes.
> It uses an Emacs mechanism (`face-remapping-alist') to replace the default faces in a buffer with the default face assigned for the mode.
> The mode-specific default faces are always named after the major mode. For instance, org-mode will have a face called `org-mode-default'.
> I'd like to stress that this only affects the default face. Other faces defined by the major mode (e.g., syntax highlighting = "font-locking") should not be affected.
> It works for me, by the way. "DONE" is green.
OK, my bad. I have just discovered what's wrong, and I believe that
it's an org-mode problem. I had an org custom command for the day's
agenda, and when I use /that/ command, it gives me the bad faces. If I
use the standard org-agenda entry point, I get the day's agenda with
Sorry to lead you down the garden path, David. Thanks (as always) for
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