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However, I can’t get it to actually work. Either it’s broken or the docs are misleading, or I just haven’t had enough coffee today.

You haven't had enough coffee! (Or perhaps your search engine is also under-caffeinated.)

As of Emacs 24.3, the current working directory is no longer on the desktop-path by default. Refer to the release notes in etc/NEWS

If you add the following to your .emacs file, the cd-into-your-desktop-containing-directory technique will work:

(setq desktop-path '("~/.emacs.d/" "~" "."))

These commands do work, but it’s inconvenient to manually enter them every time. I have to start emacs with --no-desktop (which is trivial) and then execute desktop-change-dir and then desktop-save-mode to activate desktop-save-mode.

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I think what never worked was to intermix these.

  • foo
bar
  • foo
bar

Works.

  • foo
    • bar
baz

This doesn’t work as expected because “baz” is the first item of a definition list.

  • foo
    bar
  • foo
    bar
  • foo
    bar


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  "Test")

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