Hi, This has been missing for a while for me and I recently checked the manual. It seems like org-insert-structure-template doesn't exist. I tried Emacs -q, same thing. I also loaded org-tempo, thought it has something to do with it, but nothing. How do I activate is so that C-c C-, works?
I've been using org for two years and the new website made me realize I can maybe help (with the "yes. Do this" link) simply by joining the email list and help with documentation. I'm not a coder (baby steps, here and there) but I've been blogging about org for a while. The website is awesome. Thanks for making it! Also, hello world. Original Message On Oct 26, 2020, 06:34, stardiviner wrote: > New website looks clean and elegant, thanks TEC. > > TEC writes: > >> Hi Everyone, just a quick note from me: >> >> Regarding the intermediate state, there are a few teething issues >> that >> have appeared when deploying the site on orgmode.org.* >> >> If we could hold off from announcing this on some of the more >> high-traffic forums till these get sorted out that would be >> appreciated >> :) We want people to get the best possible first impression of the >> revamp after all. >> >> Timothy. >> >> >> *The favicon, font, and .gif files are not served properly ATM for >> example > > -- > [ stardiviner ] > I try to make every word tell the meaning that I want to express. > > Blog: https://stardiviner.github.io/ > IRC(freenode): stardiviner, Matrix: stardiviner > GPG: F09F650D7D674819892591401B5DF1C95AE89AC3
What if you set the category in the function? So the function has something like cond (( or (org-category vacation) (org-category f_event) (background: red)) I obviously don't know how to write it, but the idea is that the categories are already set in the function. I won't have many, three tops, and I won't change them often -- no need to be fully dynamic. Sent from ProtonMail mobile Original Message On Jan 27, 2019, 15:35, Ken Mankoff wrote: > Hi, > > On 2019-01-27 at 12:20 -0800, JRSS wrote... >> This is a bit over my head still. I'm trying to wrap my head around it. >> >> I see what it does (colors day-of-the-week 1 and day-of-the-week-3, >> which are Monday and Wednesday, red) but not sure how to tie it to a >> category (so say, category "vacation" would be red). >> >> Once I have the function do that, I can go in and change it so that >> different categories will be different colors. > > It's a bit over my head for this use case too. Sorry. When I saw it I thought > the use case was a list of holidays, which is easier to implement. You could > maintain this list in an easy-to-access format as a variable near where you > implement this function. A dynamic list based on tagged Org items is > certainly more complicated. > > -k.
Thanks Ken, This is a bit over my head still. I'm trying to wrap my head around it. I see what it does (colors day-of-the-week 1 and day-of-the-week-3, which are Monday and Wednesday, red) but not sure how to tie it to a category (so say, category "vacation" would be red). Once I have the function do that, I can go in and change it so that different categories will be different colors. BTW - can (background: ) take hex-color values? Sent with ProtonMail Secure Email. ‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐ On Sunday, January 27, 2019 2:27 PM, Ken Mankoff wrote: > Hi, > > On 2019-01-27 at 07:20 -0800, JRSS ja...@protonmail.com wrote... > > > Does anyone know where I start getting something like this working? > > Programming is not my strong suit, but I can slowly wrap my head > > around some bits of code. > > It looks like this function might be a good place to start: > > https://emacs.stackexchange.com/questions/28905/color-specific-days-in-different-background-in-org-agenda > > -k.
I tried to post to stackoverflow but I'm not sure it took, so I'm trying here as well: I'm looking for a way to mark vacation days in my agenda view in different color. This would probably be triggered best by category (so when a header is marked as a vacation). I found [this post](https://julien.danjou.info/org-mode-and-holidays/) which is getting quite old, and he says it has been implemented into Emacs but I can't see it anywhere. It's based on Orgs ability to mark weekends in different color. Ideally, I'd like to have different colors for day headers in the agenda correspond to different categories. Vacation is just the one prime example for that. Does anyone know where I start getting something like this working? Programming is not my strong suit, but I can slowly wrap my head around some bits of code. Thanks!