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* Bug(s) - Japanese radio links and tags in Japanese headlines
@ 2009-01-30  7:40 Seyen Shiro
  2009-01-30 17:59 ` Carsten Dominik
  0 siblings, 1 reply; 2+ messages in thread
From: Seyen Shiro @ 2009-01-30  7:40 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: emacs-orgmode

1. Writing something like <<<とらドラ!>>> and then using C-c C-c, or saving and
reopening the file does not trigger the radio link to activate. Normal internal
links work fine.

org-mode version: 6-19b
Emacs version: 22.3.1

File is in utf-8-unix

2. If the headline contains Japanese, and you then add a tag to it,
auto-aligning gets confused, and places the tag before the screen margin. The
more Japanese in the headline, the more spaces in the headline. Something like
this(hopefully the whitespace will get preserved):

** <<<とらドラ!>>>                                                        :hmm:  
** にんおいろいろいろいろいにんにん!                                    :stuff:
** <<<3dtotal>>>                                                       :3d:cg:

Of course, these both could be issues of broken Emacs unicode-stuff handling,
but maybe someone here knows workarounds.

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* Re: Bug(s) - Japanese radio links and tags in Japanese headlines
  2009-01-30  7:40 Bug(s) - Japanese radio links and tags in Japanese headlines Seyen Shiro
@ 2009-01-30 17:59 ` Carsten Dominik
  0 siblings, 0 replies; 2+ messages in thread
From: Carsten Dominik @ 2009-01-30 17:59 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: Seyen Shiro; +Cc: emacs-orgmode

Hi,

I don't think I do have the patience and time to track down problems
with character sets with character wider than normal - which I think
what is causing this.

I welcome patches, though!

- Carsten

On Jan 30, 2009, at 8:40 AM, Seyen Shiro wrote:

> 1. Writing something like <<<とらドラ!>>> and then using C-c C- 
> c, or saving and
> reopening the file does not trigger the radio link to activate.  
> Normal internal
> links work fine.
>
> org-mode version: 6-19b
> Emacs version: 22.3.1
>
> File is in utf-8-unix
>
> 2. If the headline contains Japanese, and you then add a tag to it,
> auto-aligning gets confused, and places the tag before the screen  
> margin. The
> more Japanese in the headline, the more spaces in the headline.  
> Something like
> this(hopefully the whitespace will get preserved):
>
> ** <<<とらドラ! 
> >>>                                                        :hmm:
> ** にんおいろいろいろいろいにんに 
> ん!                                    :stuff:
> **  
> <<<3dtotal>>>                                                       : 
> 3d:cg:
>
> Of course, these both could be issues of broken Emacs unicode-stuff  
> handling,
> but maybe someone here knows workarounds.
>
>
>
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