Robert Pluim <rpl...@gmail.com> writes: > How about: > > diff --git a/lisp/org-agenda.el b/lisp/org-agenda.el > index 78fe13303..9049b3a42 100644 > --- a/lisp/org-agenda.el > +++ b/lisp/org-agenda.el > @@ -5772,7 +5772,7 @@ displayed in agenda view." > r (replace-match "" nil nil r))) > (if (string-match "\\S-" r) > (setq txt r) > - (setq txt "SEXP entry returned empty string")) > + (setq txt (org-no-properties (org-get-heading t t t t)))) > (setq txt (org-agenda-format-item extra txt level category tags > 'time)) > (org-add-props txt props 'org-marker marker > 'date date 'todo-state todo-state
Thanks for looking at this. Ok - That gives me a headline in the agenda, but a wrong one (more or less, a random headline in the same file, at a seemingly unrelated location). > (Iʼm guessing yet-another-config-variable is unnecessary) I think so toom yes. > >> You can use them in timestamps as well, which is useful for > >> weird time > >> periods > >> > >> ** Just before midnight on a few days 23:00-24:00 > >> <%%(org-block 2020 8 31 2020 9 2)> > >> <%%(org-block 2020 9 10 2020 9 12)> > > Michael> But it seems those time stamps are not allowed to span > Michael> multiple lines > Michael> (at least I don't get it work). Seems org doesn't > Michael> recognize them as > Michael> such? > > Itʼs working fine for me in org-9.3.6. Note that I have my default > agenda view set to a fortnight, and those dates span two different > weeks. I didn't mean time spans. What doesn't work for me are time _stamps_ that span multiple text lines. Thanks, Michael.