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Samples of Modus themes with prism.el

Thanks for your patience. I didn't mean to overlook your messages for so long.

You are welcome! No worries: this is a volunteer effort, plus we have to account for the prevailing conditions. I hope you are doing well.

Those look great! I'm very happy to see Prism mentioned in the manual with example code. Thank you very much.

One thing I notice in those screenshots is that, in the 4-color version, at a certain depth, it seems that the colors stop repeating, and everything deeper is white/black. Assuming that the user would prefer the 4 colors to continue cycling to deeper levels, you could do that by setting Prism to use N colors (I'd generally recommend at least 16), and setting the desaturations and lightens to 0, so the colors wouldn't be modified as they continue cycling.

You did a really great job, especially on the 8- and 16-color versions. The contrast is excellent and the code is so readable!

You are right. That may be because the main foreground (black/white) is one of the four colours and the code at that point just happens to use that? Not sure right now. I had not observed any problem at the time, but I will check again.

Thank you!

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Any way to checkout PR from `issue_comment` event?

The only solution I found was to first use the checkout event and then separately use hub CLI, which is apparently installed by default and which can run hub pr checkout ${pr_num} in order to checkout whatever branch is associated with the PR (after parsing the PR num from the URL).

Is there a better way?

@aaronsteers do you even need to parse it? I though the following should do:

hub pr checkout ${{ github.event.issue.number }}
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Impossible to backup again on my repository for a snapshot not found

I am still asking; How much time passed between the last successful backup and snapshot was created, and the first time you detected the problem?

The cache is stored in one of several paths depending on your operating system and/or environment variables, see: https://restic.readthedocs.io/en/stable/manual_rest.html#caching - When you find it, it's a folder with a SHA256 hash as the name (same as your repository ID I think).

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issue closedtoshism/org-super-links

How to update the cache of IDs->locations after renaming files outside of emacs?

How to update the cache of IDs->locations after renaming files outside of emacs?

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issue commenttoshism/org-super-links

How to update the cache of IDs->locations after renaming files outside of emacs?

org-super-links does not keep any cache itself. if you are using org-id I believe it does keep some form of cache though.

Maybe this is useful https://github.com/tkf/org-mode/blob/master/lisp/org-id.el#L443

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issue commenttoshism/org-super-links

Could org-super-links works with Ivy?

I don't use Ivy but I don't see why it wouldn't be possible. The search interface is configurable through org-super-links-search-function and there are a few notes about how it could be added here https://github.com/toshism/org-super-links#org-super-links-search-function

If anyone wants to give it a try i'm happy to help advise.

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issue closedtoshism/org-super-links

MELPA package

I searched MELPA and found no org-super-links:

https://melpa.org/#/?q=org-super-links

Is this expected?

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issue commenttoshism/org-super-links

MELPA package

Unfortunately it is at the moment. I dropped the ball with getting it added to MELPA. I'll work on that soon.

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issue commentleotaku/flycheck-aspell

How to config flycheck-aspell?

No. All your suggested code snippet can't do the job.

That surprises me. But good that you found something that works for you.

So you want to also have predictive word suggestions from your dictionaries using something like company?

Yes.

Unfortunately, I won’t be able to help you with that.

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issue commentleotaku/flycheck-aspell

How to config flycheck-aspell?

You probably just need to ensure that the Flyspell package has been loaded, i.e. run (require 'flyspell).

No. All your suggested code snippet can't do the job. I found the following working code snippet from here:

(use-package flyspell :demand t
   :config
   (use-package 
     flyspell-correct-helm) 
   (defun flyspellCompletion() 
     (flyspell-mode 1) 
     (set (make-local-variable 'company-backends) 
          (copy-tree company-backends)) 
     (add-to-list 'company-backends 'company-ispell)) 
   (defun flyspell-most-modes() 
     (add-hook 'text-mode-hook 'flyspellCompletion) 
     (add-hook 'prog-mode-hook 'flyspellCompletion)
     (dolist (hook '(change-log-mode-hook log-edit-mode-hook)) 
       (add-hook hook (lambda () 
                        (flyspell-mode -1))))) 
   (flyspell-most-modes) 
   :bind (:map flyspell-mode-map
               ("C-." . flyspell-correct-wrapper)))

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So you want to also have predictive word suggestions from your dictionaries using something like company?

Yes.

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PR opened melpa/melpa

add rsync-mode recipe

Brief summary of what the package does

A minor mode to keep repositories in sync using the rsync command line tool.

Direct link to the package repository

https://github.com/r-zip/rsync-mode

Your association with the package

I am the primary author. The only other contributor is ajwhite445. @ajwhite445

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issue commentleotaku/flycheck-aspell

How to config flycheck-aspell?

And see the screenshot below when I click on the middle button:

You probably just need to ensure that the Flyspell package has been loaded, i.e. run (require 'flyspell).

I want to have a drop-down menu, just as we have for command completion with company, which is triggered by...

So you want to also have predictive word suggestions from your dictionaries using something like company? Unfortunately, I do not know of a way to enable something like this reliably.

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issue commentalphapapa/org-ql

Issue with org-ql-search and narrowed org subtree

No problem. Since it's very niche and seemingly affecting no one else, please feel free to close it. I will understand. If there are higher priority, more impactful things you can be working on, you should. :)

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issue commentleotaku/flycheck-aspell

How to config flycheck-aspell?

Could you be more specific with what you dislike about it?

I want to have a drop-down menu which is triggered by the threshold of a specific minimum input character number, say, 3, and then incrementally narrowed down as the input sequence increases.

If you want the menu that is triggered by middle-clicking with your mouse,

Yes.

(define-key global-map [mouse-2] #'flyspell-correct-word)

I tried with the following code:

(add-hook 'after-init-hook #'global-flycheck-mode)
(define-key global-map [mouse-2] #'flyspell-correct-word)

And see the screenshot below:

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