@ -833,8 +833,12 @@ Therefore I decided to install the package and enable it for all =org-mode= buff
If I open a new Org file now I see it (more or less) nicely formatted but I'm still able to edit my document effortlessly without any annoyances (or at least without any annoying hidden or shown emphasis markers).
Though =org-apper= offers some more options than displaying the emphasis markers on “hover”. It is also possible to toggle the full display of links (URL + description with the brackets instead of just the description) by setting ~org-appear-autolinks~ to ~t~. Other toggling possibilities include keywords (as defined in ~org-hidden-keywords~), entities and submarkes (i.e. subscripts and superscripts) toggling.
The customization options don't stop there. It is also possible to customize a delay for the markers to appear after the cursor entered the emphasised part by defining ~org-appear-deplay~ and/or to only toggle in certain circumstances e.g. after a change was made. It is even possible to take the complete control over the “toggling” by setting ~org-appear-trigger~ to ~manual~ and using the ~org-appear-manual-start~ and ~org-appear-manual-stop~ functions (perhaps by binding them to some key(s)).
For me personally the default settings are perfect. I don't want to configure a delay since this may be too slow in certain situations and I prefer the default behaviour of =org-insert-link= for setting or updating links. All in all the package is a very good addition to my workflow and I can only recommend it to everyone in need for a similar solution.