|7 Apr 2020|
|12:46:46||Gergely Polonkai|| |
so for dumb clients this information is lost
Good point, thanks.
|12:54:39||Gergely Polonkai||should i open an issue on github?|
Feel free to if you want. I don't know if it can easily be fixed. I suppose we could do a plain-text Org export like is done for the HTML body, but I don't know if that would work well. Are there many "dumb" clients that have that problem?
|13:01:50||Gergely Polonkai|| |
i don’t think so, it just came to my mind somehow
|8 Apr 2020|
|19:54:48||lorenzocabrini|| I'm currently getting |
|19:55:48||lorenzocabrini||Yesterday, I installed org-drill and it pulled in a newer version of Org. Could that be related?|
In reply to lorenzocabriniProbably not, but who knows. Try to reproduce the error with "emacs -q" or with emacs-sandbox.sh.
|19:56:27||lorenzocabrini||I should be on Org 9.3.6 now|
|19:56:42||lorenzocabrini||OK, hold on|
|19:59:08||lorenzocabrini|| by the way, |
Quick question, and this is actually from inside Emacs, so the rooms work fine at least.
If I run
And where would it go?
I recommend using emacs-sandbox.sh. It handles that simply, in a temporary sandbox directory. so e.g. "emacs-sandbox.sh -i quelpa-use-package" and then you can install matrix-client with that.
Ok, thanks. going to give that a try and let you know. Thanks as always for all the help, by the way.
@alphapapa: yes, I'm in an Emacs sandbox now and it works fine
let me open an issue on it. maybe somebody else is experience the same thing.
please ensure that it's not a problem with your personal config before you open an issue
I'll look through that as well.
It's not really a dealbreaker for me because I still see all the room buffers with M-x b, so I can move around from there.
Not as pretty, but it works.
You might like the matrix-bufler feature as well
It's really just the room sidebar that doesn't play nice.
Yes, even when I try to get the room list with
|9 Apr 2020|