Loading tags from a #+SETUPFILE is causing inconsistent behavior
in the tag-selection for both in-buffer selection via C-c C-q
(`org-set-tags-command`) and in-agenda selection via :
Bastien Thanks a lot for reporting this and for the
Loading tags from a #+SETUPFILE is causing inconsistent behavior in the
tag-selection for both
in-buffer selection via C-c C-q (`org-set-tags-command`) and
in-agenda selection via : (`org-agenda-set-tags`).
A test-case using orgmode 8.0.3 on Emacs 24.3 (with the bare minimum
Finally found the cause of the issue I had reported a few weeks back:
Anupam Looks like M-RET (`org-insert-heading`), and it's equivalent
Anupam M-S-RET (`org-insert-todo-heading`) are behaving a little
Anupam erratically when invoked from the _end_ of a heading that
Hello fellow Orgmode users,
Have installed orgmode 8.0.2 last night, and loving it so far. Facing
one issue (or change in behavior) though. This is on Emacs 24.3.
Looks like M-RET (`org-insert-heading`), and it's equivalent M-S-RET
(`org-insert-todo-heading`) are behaving a little erratically
In my custom agenda block, I wanted to distinguish between SCHEDULED and
DEADLINE items using a small character flag. The docstring for
`org-agenda-prefix-format' mentions %s as the one to use for the
scheduled/deadline string (as is used in the default agenda) - however,
this string does
Because of the autoload, these statements now need to be at the very
end of the init.el file. Not a big problem, but still something
that needs to be known (and was not required prior to 7.02).
mechanism to setup / modify the somewhat complex templates.
Any help is very much appreciated. Prior to this, I did not quite
realize how addicted I have become to the remember/capture method!
Anupam Sengupta anupamsg at gmail.com writes:
I use a _separate_ file for saving the settings using the Custom
interface. This includes all org-mode settings and templates, and have
been working well till 7.01h.
*However*, after upgrading to 7.02, I found that the capture templates
running GNU Emacs 23.2.50 and org-version does confirm org-7.02.
BTW, whats with the org-7.3 on http://orgmode.org?
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Marcelo == Marcelo de Moraes Serpa celose...@gmail.com writes:
Marcelo A symbian OS port would be nice too :)
Completely second that ... would be a great addition to my Nokia E71
... downloading on my iPod Touch right now.
MobileOrg 1.0 is
or by setting that variable globally.
On Sep 2, 2009, at 7:48 PM, Anupam Sengupta wrote:
*Problem*: `org-odd-levels-only' is not honored in a remember buffer for
creating child entries.
I have been using the clean outline view using
Ian == Ian Barton li...@manor-farm.org writes:
I currently export my schedule to google calendar with org's
icalendar export. But I have to manually upload the ics file, so
Ian If you have access to a server that supports WebDav you can
Ian create a Google
I routinely use time ranges (and occasionally time-stamp ranges) in my
org files to document the scheduled block of time for a meeting or
activity. As an example, I will mark meetings as:
* A Meeting
2009-03-12 Thu 10:00-11:00
As often happens with meetings, rescheduling needs to be done
I sometimes CLOCK in a little later than the actual start (say 5-10
minutes after the fact) and then manually edit the start time on the
entry. However, there does not seem to be a way to make Orgmode reset
the clock and start from the edited entry.
Austin == Austin Frank [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
Austin If you're interested in using GPG to accomplish these goals, I
Austin recommend the EasyPG (EPG) package created by Daiki Ueno. At this
Austin point I believe it's mostly used for Gnus, but it's intended to be a
I have set the default appointment duration for the events with only a start
date/time to be 60 mins. This works perfectly well in the Agenda view;
however, the iCalendar exported events still use 2 hours as the duration for
The function which is causing this seems to be
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