>>>>> "Josh" == Josh Moller-Mara <j...@cns.nyu.edu> writes:
Josh> Colin Baxter <m43...@yandex.com> writes:
>> As of today, TODO now appears with three sets of un-requested
>> double colons after it, as in TODO :: :: ::
>> The behaviour doesn't occur with emacs -q, so the cause is
>> presumably in my ~/.emacs. I can't work out what's wrong with my
>> org-todo-sequence, which is:
>> (setq org-todo-keywords (quote((sequence "TODO(t)" "STARTED(s)"
>> "NEXT(n@/!)" "WAITING(w@/!)" "HOLD(h@/!)" "CANCELLED(c@/!)"
>> "PHONE(p)" "BREAK(b)" "MEETING(m)" "DONE(d@/!)" ))))
Josh> This is happening with me too. But I suspect it has more to do
Josh> with org-todo-state-tags-triggers being set. I don't get the
Josh> double colons if I don't set org-todo-state-tags-triggers.
Josh> From what I can tell, doing something like (org-toggle-tag
Josh> "sometag" 'off) produces these double colons. It seems to have
Josh> to do with the way that org-split-string no longer returns
Josh> nil, but returns ("").
Josh> Best, Josh
Yes, you are correct. I can confirm that switching off
org-todo-state-tags-triggers removes the insertion of colons for me too.
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