Re: Random Justification Issues ?
- Buffer variables:
:fill-col ..................... "95"
:fill-mode .................... "L"
:ofill-col .................... "95"
:ofill-mode ................... "L"
Okay, it's not too big a deal, it just was weird that after several
months of "normal behavior" it suddenly started doing this.
What I can't figure out is that my writing is strictly left-justified
and I certainly don't use extra-spacing in my paras, except possibly
for the odd tab. I do run my right margin a bit ragged and use fill-
para to straighten things out afterwards.
I found using C-c C-l in my macros works just as good, except it
prompts me for "Indent to <<<<<<<< ?" every so often as well.
Minor deal at this point. As it's easy to answer no and have the
macro continue on.
I'm more surprised by the fact that I haven't come across this until
Thanks for you input, all.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jon Green <jon@j...> wrote:
> Hi Gadrin,
> Yes this old problem. The root cause is the 'smart' (or not so as
> this case) fill paragraph. It attempts to determine if the text is
> left/center/right aligned. The 'center' algorithm looks at the
> the left and right of the text, if they are the same (+/-1) then it
> assumes center. Most of the time this is OK EXECPT when it goes
> and is really annoying. There I times when the indent and lenght of
> first line cause this problem (i.e. it is content related).
> When BOTH is enabled it is typically all right once you get the
> right sorted out correctly. I know this is really annoying, but I
> that you might have a case that it has got worse, certainly I have
> noticed this more recently. As I find it so annoying I will have
> look over the algorithm that is used and see if we can make it a
> less sensitive to automatically dropping into the center mode.
> I do not think that using ifill-paragraph makes much difference as
> underlying justification is performed by fill-paragraph. Maybe we
> add a control to completely disable center justification unless
> - I do not use it that often except explicitly.