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Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
@toshism That goes for any variable starting with dotspacemacs by the way. :-)
Tosh Lyons
@toshism
good to know, thanks
Ning Xu
@xuning97
Let me try as well.
https://gist.github.com/TheBB/54e906df5b4b83bb5e94
This works fine for me.
Toggle with SPC o f
Kreisleriana
@Kreisleriana
having trouble with inline images in org buffers. They do show up when evaluating the buffer using (org-display-inline-images t t). However, running C-c C-x C-v on a buffer showing the links to the files results in “no images to display inline”. It is the same org buffer, hence file type is okay, links work when clicked. But how do I toggle the display of linked images?
Ning Xu
@xuning97
@TheBB still trying to find a way to show which function in the mode line and found your previous reply
Xi Xiao
@Xixiao007
@AlejandroCatalina look at here , http://www.wunderground.com/fi/helsinki
Ning Xu
@xuning97
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Aron Gabor
@ashnur
SPC f f works
Ning Xu
@xuning97
@TheBB spacemacs|define-mode-line-segment was said to be void
Kreisleriana
@Kreisleriana
OS X 10.11 running emacsmac-port and the v0.105.4 spacemacs BTW
Aron Gabor
@ashnur
well, it almost works, not quite
Xi Xiao
@Xixiao007
@xuning97 have you tried spaceline-define-segment?
Christoph Paulik
@cpaulik
Anybody here that uses the rust layer?
Xi Xiao
@Xixiao007
@xuning97 what you said sounds like the obsolete function name
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
i guess you should pass the right ars to spaceline-define-segment too, which i don't know xd
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
@xuning97 Yeah, we use spaceline now.
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
anyone got a example of using spaceline-define-segment to create a new section in the spaceline?
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
@xuning97 But… I just implemented it upstream anyway XD. Update packages in a few hours and it should work.
TheBB/spaceline@e140876
@AlejandroCatalina There are tons of examples here: https://github.com/TheBB/spaceline/blob/master/spaceline-segments.el
Ning Xu
@xuning97
@TheBB @AlejandroCatalina @Xixiao007 thanks
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
cool thankns
Ning Xu
@xuning97
@TheBB from the spaceline description, I thought it’s mainly an extracted part of spacemacs
Alejandro Catalina
@AlejandroCatalina
going to class, see you later
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
@xuning97 It is. I had to change the names though.
I can't call it spacemacs something if it's not part of Spacemacs.
Ning Xu
@xuning97
@TheBB but at the same time, there are functions defined in spacemacs start with spaceline-xxx
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
There are? Where?
Ning Xu
@xuning97
@TheBB spaceline-define-segment?
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
That's not defined in Spacemacs.
Ning Xu
@xuning97
it’s shiped with spacemacs as one layer?
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
Maybe you're confused because Spacemacs uses that package... but it's still not part of the Spacemacs source code. Same with all the other packages that Spacemacs uses (helm, company, you name it).
Ning Xu
@xuning97
I don’t know when did I installed space line :-)
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
Spacemacs installs hundreds of packages for you. Spaceline is one of them.
Ning Xu
@xuning97

yeah, so for the introduction This package provides features for three kinds of users.

You just want to use the Spacemacs mode-line theme and forget about it.
You want to use something similar to the Spacemacs mode-line theme, but with a handful of easy tweaks.
You want an easy-to-use library for building your own mode-line from scratch, and you think the Spacemacs theme looks good.

Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
Yeah... Spacemacs falls more or less into the first category.
Ning Xu
@xuning97
It seems an extraction from spacemacs mode-line, for some user who doesn’t use spacemacs :-)
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
No, it's extracted from Spacemacs so that it can be used by Spacemacs and non-Spacemacsers.
Ning Xu
@xuning97
@TheBB I got it now
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
Otherwise I would have to maintain the same code in two places.
Ning Xu
@xuning97
Thanks a lot ;-)
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
:+1:
Stuart Mumford
@Cadair
I have a quick question
Ning Xu
@xuning97
Better have this "it's extracted from Spacemacs so that it can be used by Spacemacs and non-Spacemacsers.” in the introduction
Stuart Mumford
@Cadair
I was trying to shortcut page up and page down
but I couldn’t work out what command to put in the definition
Nick Donais
@Vezill
oo emacs-w64 project has a version of 25 compiled, time to screw around a bit in it
Eivind Fonn
@TheBB
@Cadair Use SPC hdk to see what functions are bound to keys.
Stuart Mumford
@Cadair
If I have (global-set-key (kbd "K") 'scroll-down-command )