Robert Horn <rjh...@alum.mit.edu> writes: > Is there a short simple key sequence that will take you to the last > entry in a date-tree and open that headline? Slightly better would be > a way to go to the last, and open the last N headlines. It could be > generalized into "go to end of current item and open last N items of > whatever depth" when applied to other outline forms. > > I know how to do this with tabs and cursor movement to walk down the > tree opening headlines as needed. This requires more work and paying > attention. > > I have not found a simple way to do this. Does one exist?
Can't you just do something like this on the top-level headline for the tree C-c C-k C-c C-f M-7 C-c C-p (where N=7 in this example) That puts the cursor on the 7th-last heading (hope that makes sense) It's not particularly short though... C-c C-k - show all siblings C-c C-f - go forward to next headline M-7 C-c C-p - go back to previous heading 7 times or maybe C-c C-f C-b C-c C-r You should be able to build a local interactive function that takes a prefix argument for N to get you where you want to be. You can also use M-3 S-TAB to open show level 3 tasks and then navigate the folded tree. HTH, Bernt