Re: Do not show a TODO item in the global TODO list until certain date?

2022-10-21 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, Ihor Radchenko writes: > Try the following adjusted version: > > (defun org-agenda-skip-before-SHOWFROMDATE-property () > "Skip agenda item if :SHOWFROMDATE: property is set and the day is before > it" > (when-let* ((showfromdate (if (bound-and-true-p org-ql--current-element) >

Re: Habit tracking (add "DONE" state with configurable date/time)

2022-10-04 Thread Angel de Vicente
Ihor Radchenko writes: > org-todo-yesterday :-) fantastic. Not configurable but certainly enough for my purposes. Many thanks, -- Ángel de Vicente Research Software Engineer (Supercomputing and BigData) Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (https://www.iac.es/en)

Habit tracking (add "DONE" state with configurable date/time)

2022-10-04 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, I'm lately finding myself in this situation: I have a number of habits that I track, and I want to mark one of them to "DONE", but registering not the date when I change its state, but some other date/time (this usually happens, for example, with my "sports" habit, which I do late at

Re: Do not show a TODO item in the global TODO list until certain date?

2022-09-23 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, Bastien writes: >> As per the example I was giving, I don't want that entry to be scheduled >> for October 16 (and thus clutter my agenda view), I just want it to be >> visible in my Global TODO list from that date, so then, depending on how >> busy I'm around that date, then I can

Re: Do not show a TODO item in the global TODO list until certain date?

2022-09-15 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, Ihor Radchenko writes: > Also, I am doing something similar in my personal config using > SHOWFROMDATE property. See > https://github.com/yantar92/emacs-config/blob/master/config.org#properties > for inspiration. I tried the following but without success... my Emacs Lisp lack of

Re: Do not show a TODO item in the global TODO list until certain date?

2022-09-14 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, Ihor Radchenko writes: > Check out org-agenda-skip-function (see A.7 Special Agenda Views section > of the manual). > > Also, I am doing something similar in my personal config using > SHOWFROMDATE property. See > https://github.com/yantar92/emacs-config/blob/master/config.org#properties

Re: Do not show a TODO item in the global TODO list until certain date?

2022-09-14 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, "Rohit Patnaik" writes: >> (not a scheduled one, since I don't need to do it on a particular date) > > The `SCHEDULED' property is in fact the correct way to indicate that you wish > to > hide the task from the global to-do list until a particular date. `SCHEDULED' > indicates the day

Re: org-super-agenda global list of TODO items

2022-09-14 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, Angel de Vicente writes: > great. That looks very promising, and without the need to change the > source code. I will try it later on and report back. I ended up with this (and going back to unmodified source code for org-super-agenda, and it now works beautifully. , | (se

Re: org-super-agenda global list of TODO items

2022-09-14 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, Christophe Schockaert writes: > If I am right (I am playing with the config, it’s not in my daily setup yet > for > now), I could achieve this by defining "org-agenda-custom-commands" as shown > in > the "Projects" example : >

Do not show a TODO item in the global TODO list until certain date?

2022-09-14 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, I'm wondering if it is possible to have a TODO item, but to not show it in the global TODO list until certain date? For example: I need to get a new insurance for my motor bike, but insurance companies will not give me a quote until October 16, so I would like to create a TODO entry (not

Re: org-super-agenda global list of TODO items

2022-09-13 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, > This looks correct. The only suspicious group is the one with > :time-grid. Time grid is not supported in todo list by vanilla > org-agenda. I am not sure how well org-super-agenda handles it. > > I'd try to remove the "Schedule" group for TODO agenda. If it helps the > situation, you

Re: org-super-agenda global list of TODO items

2022-09-13 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, Ihor Radchenko writes: > How do you customize your org-super-agenda-groups variable? via customize-variable, which sets this in my custom-set-variables in my .emacs: , | '(org-super-agenda-groups |'((:name "Schedule" :time-grid t :transformer | (--> it |

Re: org-super-agenda global list of TODO items

2022-09-12 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, Ihor Radchenko writes: > Could you please elaborate what you mean by "organize"? Maybe the best is an image... If you look at https://github.com/alphapapa/org-super-agenda/blob/master/images/screenshots/index.org, you can see that the TODO items for a given date in the agenda are neatly

org-super-agenda global list of TODO items

2022-09-12 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, I just learnt about org-super-agenda today and it looks brilliant to keep my agenda a bit better organized. But I tend to use the "C-c a h" to view the daily agenda and the tasks. I managed to organize my todo items in the daily agenda view without issues, but I'm not sure what I have to

Re: Timestamp with repeater interval AND END DATE?

2022-06-10 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, Robert Pluim writes: >>>>>> On Tue, 31 May 2022 15:36:01 +0100, Angel de Vicente >>>>>> said: > Angel> , > Angel> | *** Badminton 20:45-22:15 > Angel> | <%%(and (diary-cyclic 7 2022 05 30) (diary-block 202

Re: Timestamp with repeater interval AND END DATE?

2022-05-31 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, Eric S Fraga writes: > On Tuesday, 31 May 2022 at 14:46, Angel de Vicente wrote: >> Did I miss something in the manual? > > No, you did not miss anything. What you want cannot be done with a > single time stamp. Instead, there are two alternatives: > > 1. use

Timestamp with repeater interval AND END DATE?

2022-05-31 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hello, I have plenty of timestamps with a repeater interval (https://orgmode.org/manual/Timestamps.html), but on reading the manual I couldn't find how to specify an END DATE, so for example, "prepare homework for students" gets repeated every week, but not beyond June (the last month of the

Re: [O] Is it possible to sort checkboxes?

2017-11-07 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, never mind. As so many other times (blush) I figured out the answer right after posting the question. I was trying with a test file like the following and with the org-sort (C-c ^) command. I assumed I had to issue the command in the TODO line, which tells me there is "Nothing to sort".

[O] Is it possible to sort checkboxes?

2017-11-07 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, lately I'm using checkboxes a lot. They are fine, but I tend to have items with many checkboxes in them. As I work on an item I check some of them as done C-c C-c, but since I have many checkboxes and I don't always work in them in order, I end up having many checkboxes around, some checked

Re: [O] Is it possible for a TODO item not to be an outline item?

2017-10-11 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi Florian, Florian Beck <f...@fbeck.net> writes: > On 08.10.2017 13:40, Angel de Vicente wrote: >> So basically I would like to have that TODO item but somehow without >> creating a new section. Is it possible? > > Use > > --- > bla bla bla >

Re: [O] Is it possible for a TODO item not to be an outline item?

2017-10-08 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, Marco Wahl writes: > Georgiy Tugai writes: > >> Inline tasks come to mind. Here's your example with inline tasks: >> The command to insert an inline task is 'org-inlinetask-insert-task'; I >> believe that there is no default binding. > >

[O] Is it possible for a TODO item not to be an outline item?

2017-10-08 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, I'm starting to use org for notes, and I realize that I don't know how to create a TODO item but without it being an outline item. Sorry if this is not the proper terminology. Let me explain what I would like to have. Let's say I have a file where I want to keep details about a new machine

Re: [O] Figure not exporting properly in Beamer

2013-05-16 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, Sebastien Vauban sva-n...@mygooglest.com writes: Angel de Vicente wrote: I'm using Org 7.8.03 and I have a test file to create a Beamer presentation. At some point I have: ** Images #+CAPTION: Sample AMR #+label: fig:amr-sample [[file:amr.png]] Dunno if it will fix all of your

[O] Figure not exporting properly in Beamer

2013-05-15 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, I'm using Org 7.8.03 and I have a test file to create a Beamer presentation. At some point I have: ** Images #+CAPTION: Sample AMR #+label: fig:amr-sample [[file:amr.png]] and a few weeks ago, after processing this I got in the tex file: - \frametitle{Images}

Re: [O] Examples of orgmode+beamer presentations?

2013-04-17 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, thanks everybody for the tips and suggestions. In the end, I mostly googled around, took what I liked from here and there, and ended up with something good enough for the time being (later on I will tweak it again, mainly for the greying-out of images, which I didn't do it right now, but

[O] Examples of orgmode+beamer presentations?

2013-04-15 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, I'm trying to find examples of presentations made with orgmode and beamer. Ideally I would like to see sample presentations first (in PDF), so that I can get one that looks as close to what I would need, and then I would like to get the source code for it. Are there any good templates out

Re: [O] Examples of orgmode+beamer presentations?

2013-04-15 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, Ista Zahn istaz...@gmail.com writes: I'm not clear on whether you are looking for templates or examples, anything will do but if the later, maybe my slides at http://projects.iq.harvard.edu/rtc/event/introduction-r will be of some interest. Scroll down to the bottom and download the

Re: [O] automatically mark DONE when all sub checkboxes are checked

2012-02-10 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, John Hendy jw.he...@gmail.com writes: I don't get any error, but it doesn't work. Also, the example in worg had an extra parenthesis at the end of it... not sure if that's goofing it up. I don't know lisp, so I just deleted one of the last parentheses and loading my .emacs stopped

Re: [O] org-version reported as 6.33x after upgrading to the latest and greatest with Emacs' Package Manager

2012-01-31 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, Jambunathan K kjambunat...@gmail.com writes: Angel de Vicente ang...@iac.es writes: which looks good, but if I do M-x org-version I get: Org-mode version 6.33x [...] 1. Did you restart Emacs? yes 2. If you remove (require 'org-install) does it help? no 3. Emacs-24.1 (currently

Re: [O] org-version reported as 6.33x after upgrading to the latest and greatest with Emacs' Package Manager

2012-01-31 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, Jambunathan K kjambunat...@gmail.com writes: Any idea on how to test if org is getting confused with 6.33 beyond reporting that as its version? In your .emacs file, *just before* package-initialize add this and restart Emacs. (when (featurep 'org) (error Some mysterious force has

Re: [O] Org without X on Debian

2012-01-31 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, Karl ignora...@gmx.de writes: Does anybody use Org in a non-graphical environment? Is it possible to make the (all) keys work? I use it inside GNUscreen running in a gnome-terminal. I have also tried (for a limited time) to make all the keys work but to no avail. If you find more

[O] org-version reported as 6.33x after upgrading to the latest and greatest with Emacs' Package Manager

2012-01-30 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, I'm running Emacs 23.2.1 (bundled with Ubuntu 11.04), and until now I was running the org-mode package that came with it (6.33x). Today I decided to update to the latest org version, and I followed the instructions at http://orgmode.org/worg/org-faq.html#installing-via-elpa When I do M-x

[O] Appointment reminders in Orgmode

2011-10-06 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, I'm moving all my appointments to OrgMode, and I'm trying to find a way to get reminders of those appointments (something like the AppointmentMode http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/AppointmentMode). Is there something that can be made to work with Org? Thanks, -- Ángel de Vicente

Re: [O] Appointment reminders in Orgmode

2011-10-06 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com writes: I'd say this is clearly within the minimum self-search effort expected before asking on the list, don't you agree? indeed. Shame on me... I had looked in the org manual (texinfo) for the word appointment but didn't find anything (but

Re: [O] Web bookmarks in ORG?

2011-07-15 Thread Angel de Vicente
Bastien b...@altern.org writes: Hi Angel, maybe you can have a look at GNU recutils: http://www.gnu.org/s/recutils/ I'd be curious to know if recutils has been used to store and manage bookmarks, but I think it's a natural fit. We had some discussion with the author, Jose E. Marchesi,

[O] Web bookmarks in ORG?

2011-07-11 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, Is there anyone using ORG for keeping web bookmarks? Basically I'm looking at Delicious-like functionality, where I just put tags to web addresses and I can search the bookmarks either for their name or with tags. I have looked at webjump and w3m but they seem to keep old-fashioned ways for

Re: [O] Web bookmarks in ORG?

2011-07-11 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, Jason Dunsmore emacs-orgm...@dunsmor.com writes: Angel de Vicente ang...@iac.es writes: Is there anyone using ORG for keeping web bookmarks? Basically I'm looking at Delicious-like functionality, where I just put tags to web addresses and I can search the bookmarks either for their name

Re: [O] Web bookmarks in ORG?

2011-07-11 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, Jambunathan K kjambunat...@gmail.com writes: Hi, Is there anyone using ORG for keeping web bookmarks? Basically I'm looking at Delicious-like functionality, where I just put tags to web addresses and I can search the bookmarks either for their name or with tags. Look at quickurl. I

Re: [Orgmode] Re: C-c l failing to create link in BBDB??

2007-05-14 Thread Angel de Vicente
Hi, Could it be that there is a mismatch between the coding systems? Things are working ok here (org 4.73, bbdb from cvs, emacs 22.1.50) Yes, apparently that was the trick. I'm not sure exactly what was causing the problem, but I started over with a fresh .bbdb file, and copied the old records