Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> writes: > Hello, > > Marco Wahl <marcowahls...@gmail.com> writes: > >> Let's say in an Org file you have the following plain list. >> >> * test >> >> - <2017-10-07 Sat 16:25> Start writing the RFC. >> - <2017-10-07 Sat 16:29> Thought: "Will somebody notice?" >> - <2017-10-07 Sat 16:30> Sent the RFC to the list. >> >> For each list item a corresponding line appears in the day agenda. >> >> .tmp .:16:25...... test >> .tmp .:16:29...... test >> .tmp .:16:30...... test >> >> Pressing TAB in the agenda would jump to the respective plain list item. >> >> Find the concrete patch below. >> >> WDYT? > > I have the feeling that both behaviours are useful. All things being > equal, this is the entry being displayed in the Agenda, not necessarily > the line containing the timestamp. Moreover this feature could be less > meaningful if `org-agenda-skip-additional-timestamps-same-entry' is > non-nil. > > Maybe an optional argument could allow one to switch from one behaviour > to the other. I have no strong opinion about this, though.
Thanks! I just found function `org-agenda-switch-to' which is similar to `org-agenda-goto' but does not the jump to the headline. I personally configure this function to be on shift-tab. (org-defkey org-agenda-mode-map [(backtab)] #'org-agenda-switch-to) So no need for a change. Thanks again and best regards Marco