First of all, I want to sincerely thank everybody who’s involved in developing org-roam. It’s been a life-saver in my modest research projects. I don’t use pure Zettelkasten and rarely produce evergreen notes, but it’s good enough for me to take literature notes and not get lost in countless papers.
There are just two minor annoyances that I don’t know how to fix with my superficial emacs/org-mode knowledge.
I prefer my org files to be folded on startup. Some of my files are pretty long, so I don’t want to be exposed to a wall of text from the get-go.
So, when I follow a backlink from the
org-roam-buffer, it just leads me to the correct heading, not the paragraph. Pressing
<TAB> does nothing because the cursor is placed inside the paragraph. To see the actual paragraph, I need to press
<S-TAB> three times.
The GIF below shows current behavior:
Obviously, I’d like to have it unfold the said heading and show the paragraph I need. The preferred behavior works when you specify org’s initial visibility to
#+startup: showall. See below:
Is it possible to automatically unfold content without changing the visibility option?
In v1, there was an option to change
org-roam-link face. Why? To distinguish them from links to outer sources like websites and other files.
No such option is available in v2. Is there a workaround?
I’m very sorry if these are very nit-picky… and thanks in advance.