I need to create a rather complex folder structure.
It is OK to create that in dired but I think even nicer and faster it
would be to create an org-mode outline which then exports this folder
structure to the org document's directory.
This could even be extended to create blank files
thanks for your reply.
some things that i expected from org x<=8 to occur are not
occurring on the dates i expected or in the time grid.
so i wonder:
1) what changed in repeater agenda behavior from org 8 to
- at least one and possibly several
2) where in the
Sharon Kimble writes:
> How can I renumber or resort my footnotes please?
=C-u C-c C-x f= (=org-footnote-action=) offers an action to sort footnotes, in
the footnotes section. You can also re-number them throughout the document
On Wednesday, 16 Nov 2016 at 12:39, Marco Wahl wrote:
> The short-cut key is available after turning off all the vimperator keys
> (which can be triggered by the "Insert"-key with my setting.) That's
> the way I use it.
D'oh... yes, thanks, works like a charm.
: Eric S Fraga (0xFFFCF67D),
> I use your approach but also use MobileOrg on Android as a channel to
> connect org to Google. I essentially have my org calendar entries in
> two different calendars on Google as a result. MobileOrg works well and
> also "assimilates" any new entries put in directly into the Google
>> Don't know about bookmarklet but have you tried the addon
> This works well for me except that the short-cut key is not
> recognised. This is probably due to some interaction with vimperator in
> Firefox. But the little gnu icon works
On Tuesday, 15 Nov 2016 at 22:51, Marco Wahl wrote:
> Don't know about bookmarklet but have you tried the addon
This works well for me except that the short-cut key is not
recognised. This is probably due to some interaction with
On Monday, 14 Nov 2016 at 21:50, Stephen Eglen wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I routinely export my diary entries to an ics file on the web so that
> google calendar can display them. This normally works well, although it
> is well known that the google calendar can take many hours before
I routinely export my diary entries to an ics file on the web so that
google calendar can display them. This normally works well, although it
is well known that the google calendar can take many hours before
updating the calendar.
Has anyone got any neater approaches for keeping
Hm - I seem to ask strange questions here. Any ideas?
Rainer M Krug writes:
> I have the following capture template and would like to re-use the tag
> entered by %^g . I try to use %\2 but this is not working.
> Is there a way that I can re-use the tag entered by
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