It’s been a while, but I’m back to Org-Mode again. This time I’m using it as a convenient and simple way to draft my paper on source levels (exporting to LaTeX). And of course, since it’s been a while, I’m constantly having to look things up that I’m certain I knew before. Like line-wrapping.
To use line wrapping where lines are split on the spaces between words (instead of splitting at the screen width regardless of where you are in a word) is much better on the eyes. To do that, it’s:
And if you don’t want to have to type that in every time, just put the following line in your .emacs file:
(global-visual-line-mode 1) ; 1 for on, 0 for off.
AND… because I love to see what Google Images will kick back, the exact search terms “line wrapping in emacs 23” gave me this:
To a certain friend of mine (you know who you are): I tried using Bing, but there was nothing nearly this exciting or totally unrelated as this. Sorry. Next time!