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Felipe Morales
@fmoralesc
thanks
Dmytri Kleiner
@dmytri
would clash with tables if the table underlines are three or two dashes, but not otherwise
i.e. it wont mach 4 dashes, or dashes at the beginning or end of the line
Felipe Morales
@fmoralesc
I remember now, it was horizontal lines that I removed because of this conflict. I don't remember why I didn't have these in... Anyway, it's merged ;)
Dmytri Kleiner
@dmytri
cool, thansk
James Sutton
@zeryx
Hey is this a general pandoc gitter as well as vim-pandoc specifically?
I've got a question about doc -> X conversions, I checked my charset from my doc/docx/odt saves and they are all "binary" charsets which ofc can't be converted to any other format via pandoc because they aren't utf-8
any ideas on how to solve this ? I'm trying to create a nice universal file converter that wraps primarily around pandoc but the primary conversion (doc -> X) not working is really hurting
Felipe Morales
@fmoralesc
hi. sorry, this is mostly about vim-pandoc, but i would have helped if i could. sadly, i'm not sure myself how that could work...
have you tried dropping an e-mail to the pandoc-discuss mailing list? it is very active.
James Sutton
@zeryx
I usually steer clear of mailing lists as a form of communication, but it looks like it might be the only real option for help on this
Felipe Morales
@fmoralesc
James Sutton
@zeryx
that's certainly an option :P
matrixbot
@matrixbot
@schmittlauch:matrix.org vim-pandoc-syntax does some weird highlighting for me, but I don't want to open an issue yet before checking it's not a layer 8 error:
@schmittlauch:matrix.org posted an image: Screenshot_20161114_150037.png
@schmittlauch:matrix.org often some single words are highlighted and I don't know why. Here's a screenshot oft a test file
@schmittlauch:matrix.org I'm new to gitter, how is the convention in regard to pasting multi-line files? Shall I use a pastebin?
@schmittlauch:matrix.org Btw, I'm using both vim-pandoc and vim pandoc-syntax. This issue could be related to vim-pandoc/vim-pandoc-syntax#195 although I use now special color scheme
matrixbot
@matrixbot
@schmittlauch:matrix.org for clarification: I'd like to know why single words are higlighted in red (background) and whether that's intended
Lorenzo de Lellis
@polytropos_twitter
Hello, is there any way of disabling the custom behaviour of gf in vim-pandoc? I've tried by setting g:pandoc#hypertext#use_default_mappings=o and g:pandoc#hypertext#open_editable_alternates=0 with no success.
Will Spurgin
@wspurgin
Anyone with neovim encounter this problem before:
line   16:
E121: Undefined variable: g:pandoc#modules#enabled
E15: Invalid expression: g:pandoc#modules#enabled
Am I supposed to set these somewhere? I didn't see any mention of it in the README
^ Can verify, happens on Vim 7.4 too. If it matters, I'm on OS X, python 2.7.12
qingkong1998
@qingkong1998
add HTMLwith outline preview in browser, or bookmarks list like Word
Rida Ayed
@RidaAyed
Hi. Sorry but how do I use this plugin?
Rida Ayed
@RidaAyed
Having test.md in buffer I try ':Pandoc -html output.html' and get no result nor feedback in vim?
Michał Siedlaczek
@elshize
Hi guys, I'm having a problem using vim-pandoc-syntax, I can't find any way to configure this and maybe someone knows:
When I write a quote that doesn't end with a comma, but the next letter is not capital, it gets highlighted. E.g., in the following "she" will be highlighted:
"Oh no!" she exclaimed.
even though it's correct. I couldn't figure out what makes it so and how to disable it. It only happens when pandoc sytax is enabled.
Jey Kottalam
@jey
Somehow it's the case that :help pandoc doesn't work even though I can read the help files added by other vim plugins just fine (e.g. :help julia-vim works). I'm using the current master branch of vim-pandoc and NeoVim 0.2.0
Oh, and I'm using pathogen 2.4 to load my plugins.
sgon00
@sgon00
In markdown file a block inside ``` becomes λ and —. is this expected?
sgon00
@sgon00
Is this expected?
sgon00
@sgon00
Is that possible to open :TOC by default?
sgon00
@sgon00
BTW, I just know vim-pandoc today. It's very cool. Even though I don't install and don't use pandoc, vim-pandoc is the best plugin on markdown editing in vim. It should have other name than vim-pandoc since I am not using pandoc at all.
codeslover
@codelover-dev
Hi everyone one. how you all doing well. I just install vim-pandoc plugin on mac.
how can edit a gdoc or docx file with vim ? thank you .
vestingz
@vestingz
Hello everyone. I am new to vim(nvim) so please excuse my poor knowledge. I am using vim-pandoc, especially because of cite key autocompletion. However I cant get my head around how it work in practice. Where to point to my bib-file? And what are the right keyboard shortcuts to use? Thanks
Thomas Reuß
@treuss
Is there any way to configure Pandoc to put generated PDFs in a dedicated folder?
It would be super handy to be able to put generated PDF-files in [...]/pdf/ with filename =expand("%:r").pdf
Felipe Morales
@fmoralesc
@treuss You can create a command template to adjust the -o argument pandoc receives.
Thomas Reuß
@treuss
@fmoralesc That would be the kind of solution I was hoping for. Nevertheless I havent found a way to make vim-pandoc to pass the current file's name to pandoc's -o as a parameter.
Timothy Brown
@keyofnight
Hey folks. I'm having trouble with let g:pandoc#formatting#mode = 'hA'
When I edit a paragraph and undo it the change... it takes a long time.
and when the undo finishes, it says, "XXX changes; before #1"
Where XXX is some large number that scales with how long the edit was.
Timothy Brown
@keyofnight
When I disable the folding module... things go back to normal.
Seth Bromberger
@sbromberger
Hi all. Could someone step me through creating markdown tables with vim-pandoc / vim-pandoc-syntax ? I've tried copying the examples from the screenshots but they don't render properly (columns aren't aligned, etc.)
Thibault Vatter
@tvatter
Hi, in the keyboard mapping section of the docs, I can't seem to find anything the refold an unfolded document. Is there a simple way to do that?
Zachary Yedidia
@zyedidia
Is there an option to disable the WYSIWYG features? Particularly in math mode.
Caleb Maclennan
@alerque
@zyedidia Almost everything can be turned off individually, see :help vim-pandoc-settings for details of all the settings you can override. What did you have in mind specifically?
shemot
@h8ed
When using the vim-pandoc plugin, it doesn't respect my movement key mappings (I've mapped h j k l to j k l ;). How can I go above fixing this? For some reason j and k want to revert to default vim mappings but l and ; work just as I personally mapped them..
basically making editing markdown files or other files that pandoc is enabled on, well, unusable