Re: Timestamps

2021-11-30 Thread Jude DaShiell
Not to mention the documentation.


On Tue, 30 Nov 2021, David Masterson wrote:

> Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
> > I think the new standard is better since it allows for work or an agenda
> > item to cross one or more Midnights.
>
> If so, then the Org commands should be updated to follow the standard.
>
>



Re: Timestamps

2021-11-27 Thread Jude DaShiell
I think the new standard is better since it allows for work or an agenda
item to cross one or more Midnights.


On Sat, 27 Nov 2021, David Masterson wrote:

> Has the format for timestamps covering (say) a few hours changed?  The
> following is still possible with "C-c .", but (I think) it is not
> documented in the Org-Mode manual:
>
>   <2021-11-27 Sat 10:30-12:30>
>
> This seems to be the new standard:
>   <2021-11-27 Sat 10:30>--<2021-11-27 Sat 12:30>
>
>



Re: [PATCH] Bug: Unintended column added to table [9.4.6 (9.4.6-gab9f2a @ /home/user/.emacs.d/elpa/org-9.4.6/)]

2021-11-09 Thread Jude DaShiell
I've had this happen in an earlier version of org and found if I get on
the last record in a table at the beginning of the line and tab the number
of columns in the table plus 1 I get a blank new record added to the table
and the extra unintended column does not appear.  In the earlier version
of orgmode I use if I go down to the last record then tab once to get into
the first column of the table and then start entering data and finish the
data entry in that record or add more records, then the extra unintended
column does appear.  I only mention this behavior as confirmation of this
behavior.


On Tue, 9 Nov 2021, Spectira Chiando wrote:

> Ihor,
>  
> Patch is working great, have been using it heavily for the past month. Thanks 
> very much!
>  
> Spectria
>  
>     Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2021 at 1:54 AM
> From: "Ihor Radchenko" 
> To: spect...@mail.com
> Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: [PATCH] Bug: Unintended column added to table [9.4.6 (9.4.6-gab9f2a 
> @ /home/user/.emacs.d/elpa/org-9.4.6/)]
> Ihor Radchenko  writes:
>
> > spect...@mail.com writes:
> >
> >> In a preexisting org table, hitting  can add a new, unintended column
> >>
> >> Bug: After the 2nd iteration, org adds a unintended new column. Further 
> >> iteration adds more columns.
> >
> > Confirmed
> >
> > The problem appears somewhere inside org-table-justify-field-maybe
>
> And here is the fix.
>
> I am not familiar with org-table codebase, so feedback would be
> appreciated.
>
> Best,
> Ihor
>  
>
>



Re: forms and org-mode

2021-08-21 Thread Jude DaShiell
Interesting, thanks for your response.  I keep tables in their own files,
one table per file to minimize complexity.


On Sat, 21 Aug 2021, Tim Cross wrote:

>
> OK, but I'm still a little unclear exactly what you are asking about.
>
> If it is just a general question about whether Emacs Forms could be used
> for data input into an org table, the basic answer is yes, I think so.
>
> If your asking if anyone has done this - not that I'm aware of.
>
> If your asking how hard it would be to do, well that depends.
>
> The biggest challenge I can see is that Emacs forms expects a data file
> which  just consists of one record per line where each record is
> separated by a specific character. That part is not too hard. However,
> where things might get tricky is if you want to keep the data in an org
> file with other org data.
>
> I imagine you could maintain a table in a data file fairly easily. You
> can use the org '|' as the field separators and you would likely need to
> write an input and output filter function to remove white space and add
> it back on writing. None of this would be too hard.
>
> However, if you wanted an emacs forms interface to one or more tables
> inside a normal org file, it might be more tricky. You would need a far
> more sophisticated input/output filters and possibly need to narrow the
> file or do something else to help the filter functions target the data.
>
> It has been many years since I used Emacs Forms. From memory, I gave up
> on them as the level of maintenance exceeded the usefulness. I guess it
> all really depends on how much data you need to edit and how predictable
> the target data files are.
>
> .
> Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
> > My reason for using forms to do data input into org tables is to minimize
> > errors in the data input to the org tables.
> >
> > On Sat, 21 Aug 2021, Tim Cross wrote:
> >
> >>
> >> So you are asking about using Emacs forms for data input into an org
> >> table?
> >>
> >> Just not clear on what exactly your asking about.
> >>
> >> Jude DaShiell  writes:
> >>
> >> > A table with a time stamp column, a text column for notes and an interval
> >> > column rounded to nearest hour.  Any statistics to be calculated on that
> >> > intervals column.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > On Sat, 21 Aug 2021, Ihor Radchenko wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> Can you elaborate?
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
>
>
>



Re: forms and org-mode

2021-08-21 Thread Jude DaShiell
My reason for using forms to do data input into org tables is to minimize
errors in the data input to the org tables.

On Sat, 21 Aug 2021, Tim Cross wrote:

>
> So you are asking about using Emacs forms for data input into an org
> table?
>
> Just not clear on what exactly your asking about.
>
> Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
> > A table with a time stamp column, a text column for notes and an interval
> > column rounded to nearest hour.  Any statistics to be calculated on that
> > intervals column.
> >
> >
> > On Sat, 21 Aug 2021, Ihor Radchenko wrote:
> >
> >> Can you elaborate?
> >>
> >>
>
>
>



Re: forms and org-mode

2021-08-20 Thread Jude DaShiell
A table with a time stamp column, a text column for notes and an interval
column rounded to nearest hour.  Any statistics to be calculated on that
intervals column.


On Sat, 21 Aug 2021, Ihor Radchenko wrote:

> Can you elaborate?
>
>



forms and org-mode

2021-08-20 Thread Jude DaShiell
Would it even be useful to write a set of forms files and use those to
populate an org-mode table?




Re: a repeater doesn't increment

2021-07-27 Thread Jude DaShiell
I couldn't figure a way to make the field columns work for this many
different items.


On Tue, 27 Jul 2021, Nick Dokos wrote:

> Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
> > What I'm trying to do is more complex than that.
> > * Reorder pills
> > ** TODO order hctz, lisinipril, metformin, provacol, claritin, Co-q10,
> >Deadline: <8-2-2021 +4w>
> > ** TODO order Colase
> >Deadline: <10-13-2021 +14w>
> > ** TODO order Turmerick
> >Deadline: <8-30-2021 +8w>
> >
> > On Thu, 22 Jul 2021, Nick Dokos wrote:
> >
> >> Jude DaShiell  writes:
> >>
> >> > Does enough material exist on werg tutorials that document how to get a
> >> > repeater operational?  That or maybe I don't understand repeaters.  Had
> >> > the repeater I tried to use worked correctly it would have advanced the
> >> > original date by 4 weeks when that date got copied down to another cell.
> >> > I selected the whole line including both verticals and perhaps this works
> >> > when only a time stamp is copied.
> >> >
> >> >> I am likely doing this wrong but will describe what has been done.
> >> >> I put an agenda time stamp into a field in test.org and add +4w to the 
> >> >> end
> >> >> of the time stamp inside the >.
> >> >> I get on the left of the field column on the vertical character and type
> >> >> control-space to set mark.
> >> >> I move to the end of the field on the > sign and type space and another
> >> >> vertical to close the column entry for that field.
> >> >> Next I do control-c+x+v and am told strings are copied to the kill ring.
> >> >> Next I move down one line and type control-y to yank those strings out 
> >> >> of
> >> >> the kill buffer and paste them on that line.
> >> >> When this is done, I expected the time stamp to increment by 4 weeks.
> >> >> What happened was the same information got copied down and it didn't
> >> >> increment.
> >> >> What am I doing wrong?
> >> >>
>
> I still don't understand: in your most recent response (at the top of this 
> thread)
> you are talking about headlines with DEADLINE added (which seems the right 
> approach
> to me: is there a problem with it?) But in your original mail, as well as in 
> the followup, you are
> taling about "field columns" and "vertical characters" and "cop[ying] down to 
> another cell",
> which seems to imply that you have an Org mode table somewhere.
>
> Maybe you can elaborate a bit?
>



Re: a repeater doesn't increment

2021-07-22 Thread Jude DaShiell
What I'm trying to do is more complex than that.
* Reorder pills
** TODO order hctz, lisinipril, metformin, provacol, claritin, Co-q10,
   Deadline: <8-2-2021 +4w>
** TODO order Colase
   Deadline: <10-13-2021 +14w>
** TODO order Turmerick
   Deadline: <8-30-2021 +8w>

On Thu, 22 Jul 2021, Nick Dokos wrote:

> Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
> > Does enough material exist on werg tutorials that document how to get a
> > repeater operational?  That or maybe I don't understand repeaters.  Had
> > the repeater I tried to use worked correctly it would have advanced the
> > original date by 4 weeks when that date got copied down to another cell.
> > I selected the whole line including both verticals and perhaps this works
> > when only a time stamp is copied.
> >
>
> I may be misunderstanding, but are you trying to fill a column in a table
> with dates that are four weeks apart? If so, repeaters have nothing to do
> with it (AFAIK). You need `org-table-copy-increment' to be set to 28.
>
> --8<---cut here---start->8---
>
> | date | foo |
> |--+-|
> | <2021-07-22 Thu> | |
> | <2021-08-19 Thu> | |
> | <2021-09-16 Thu> | |
> | <2021-10-14 Thu> | |
> | <2021-11-11 Thu> | |
> | <2021-12-09 Thu> | |
>
>
> * Code
>
> #+begin_src elisp
> (setq-local org-table-copy-increment 28)
>
> #+end_src
>
> #+RESULTS:
> : 28
>
> --8<---cut here---end--->8---
>
> Then keep pressing `S-RET' to get the next date.
>
>
> >
> > On Tue, 20 Jul 2021, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> >
> >> I am likely doing this wrong but will describe what has been done.
> >> I put an agenda time stamp into a field in test.org and add +4w to the end
> >> of the time stamp inside the >.
> >> I get on the left of the field column on the vertical character and type
> >> control-space to set mark.
> >> I move to the end of the field on the > sign and type space and another
> >> vertical to close the column entry for that field.
> >> Next I do control-c+x+v and am told strings are copied to the kill ring.
> >> Next I move down one line and type control-y to yank those strings out of
> >> the kill buffer and paste them on that line.
> >> When this is done, I expected the time stamp to increment by 4 weeks.
> >> What happened was the same information got copied down and it didn't
> >> increment.
> >> What am I doing wrong?
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
>
>



Re: a repeater doesn't increment

2021-07-22 Thread Jude DaShiell
Hi, thanks this approach should work fine!


On Thu, 22 Jul 2021, Henrik Frisk wrote:

> Hi!
>
> Den tors 22 juli 2021 03:49Jude DaShiell  skrev:
>
> > Does enough material exist on werg tutorials that document how to get a
> > repeater operational?  That or maybe I don't understand repeaters.  Had
> > the repeater I tried to use worked correctly it would have advanced the
> > original date by 4 weeks when that date got copied down to another cell.
> > I selected the whole line including both verticals and perhaps this works
> > when only a time stamp is copied.
> >
>
> Check out this explanation:
>
> https://karl-voit.at/2017/01/15/org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift/
>
> I find it helpful and most of the time i prefer to use the
> org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift function as it gives me more control. In
> general, the date notation (+1w) is intended for the agenda wiew.
>
> Hope it helps,
> /Henrik
>



Re: a repeater doesn't increment

2021-07-21 Thread Jude DaShiell
Does enough material exist on werg tutorials that document how to get a
repeater operational?  That or maybe I don't understand repeaters.  Had
the repeater I tried to use worked correctly it would have advanced the
original date by 4 weeks when that date got copied down to another cell.
I selected the whole line including both verticals and perhaps this works
when only a time stamp is copied.


On Tue, 20 Jul 2021, Jude DaShiell wrote:

> I am likely doing this wrong but will describe what has been done.
> I put an agenda time stamp into a field in test.org and add +4w to the end
> of the time stamp inside the >.
> I get on the left of the field column on the vertical character and type
> control-space to set mark.
> I move to the end of the field on the > sign and type space and another
> vertical to close the column entry for that field.
> Next I do control-c+x+v and am told strings are copied to the kill ring.
> Next I move down one line and type control-y to yank those strings out of
> the kill buffer and paste them on that line.
> When this is done, I expected the time stamp to increment by 4 weeks.
> What happened was the same information got copied down and it didn't
> increment.
> What am I doing wrong?
>
>
>



a repeater doesn't increment

2021-07-20 Thread Jude DaShiell
I am likely doing this wrong but will describe what has been done.
I put an agenda time stamp into a field in test.org and add +4w to the end
of the time stamp inside the >.
I get on the left of the field column on the vertical character and type
control-space to set mark.
I move to the end of the field on the > sign and type space and another
vertical to close the column entry for that field.
Next I do control-c+x+v and am told strings are copied to the kill ring.
Next I move down one line and type control-y to yank those strings out of
the kill buffer and paste them on that line.
When this is done, I expected the time stamp to increment by 4 weeks.
What happened was the same information got copied down and it didn't
increment.
What am I doing wrong?




likely re-order date problem solution

2021-07-16 Thread Jude DaShiell
I think I figured out how to make re-order dates work in orgmode.
The start date is the date when items start getting used.  So subtract the
number of weeks before the next order is needed from the start date and
write that time stamp in with a + repeater value to cover the days until
the next order.  You get back your start date with a repeater.  So copy
that time stamp down and so long as the repeater continues to work you
should get a series of dates matching your re-order date requirements.
There may be an easier way to do this in orgmode but I haven't run across
that one yet.




4 otc meds

2021-07-07 Thread Jude DaShiell
I am planning a table to show re-order dates for 4 otc meds I take.  They
haven't got the same pill counts and another constraint will be not to
order on weekends.  Since this is intended to show repeating re-order
dates I figure to use formulas with pill counts in particular cells as
repeater items for the dates and have the dates show up vertically down
each four columns.  It will be interesting to see if this works and if it
does, I'll share it with the list since maybe others would be able to use
something like this in future.




Re: how to document/comment a complex org table formula

2021-07-05 Thread Jude DaShiell
So long as each piece of documentation has a continuation pointer to the
next piece of documentation in the chain I think that would work.


On Mon, 5 Jul 2021, Uwe Brauer wrote:

> >>> "JD" == Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
> > Why not use functional narrative form to document complex formulas?
> > formula name:
> > formula function:
> > formula uses:
> > formula returns:
>
>
> That would be also nice, however the problem I am facing to have a long
> and complicated expression with a lot of ifs, maybe best practise would
> be to split it and distribute it over various column and add comments as
> in
>
> #+begin_src elisp
> |+++---+---+|
> |  1 |  4 |  5 | 3 | 3 |  6 |
> |  3 | 12 | 15 | 9 | 2 | 11 |
> | 12 |  2 | 14 | 7 | 3 | 10 |
> #+TBLFM: $3=vsum($1..$2);f1:: #one comment
> #+TBLFM: $6=vsum($4..$5);f1:: #second comment
> #+end_src
>



Re: how to document/comment a complex org table formula

2021-07-05 Thread Jude DaShiell
Why not use functional narrative form to document complex formulas?
formula name:
formula function:
formula uses:
formula returns:
usually one line of text for each of those.  I know, this comes from
structured programming where no block of actual code is supposed to go
above 50 lines and that for many people cramps their styles.  It makes
maintenance a little easier though.


On Mon, 5 Jul 2021, Tim Visher wrote:

> On Mon, Jul 5, 2021 at 10:14 AM Eric S Fraga  wrote:
>
> > Sorry; I cannot help you directly.
> >
> > My rule of thumb is that if formulas are getting too complex to
> > understand/recall clearly, it's time to use a proper programming
> > language instead.  The nice thing about org is you can have tables as
> > inputs to and outputs of src blocks...
> >
> > My papers often have awk source blocks that process tables to generate
> > statistics for some (numerical) experiments.
> >
> > Spreadsheets, org tables being an example of such, are brilliant tools
> > for simple calculations but are pretty much "write only programming
> > languages".
> >
>
> I had never heard of using an org table as input into a source block.
> That's really interesting.
>
> The OP also poses an interesting idea that I have occasionally wanted. I
> have generally accomplished this by simply including the documentation
> above or below the table. In other words just having human text around it
> that says 'This =formula= bit is because of X'.
>
> But the idea of a multiline TBLFM syntax seems to be already be almost
> supported. I was mildly shocked to find that this mostly works
>
> ```
> |---+---|
> | a | 1 |
> | b | 3 |
> |---+---|
> |   | 4 |
> #+TBLFM: @2$2=@-1*3
> #+TBLFM: @3$2=vsum(@I..II)
> ```
>
> Note that I don't need the usual `::` separation between formulas. Where it
> breaks down is that I can't seem to reevaluate the whole table's formula by
> whacking `C-u C-c C-c` anymore and, obviously, there's no syntax for adding
> comments. Also I doubt that I'd be able to use any of org's keys for
> editing formulas. I wonder how hard it would be to extend org's
> understanding of the TBLFM to allow for this kind of syntax.
>
> Once you had it then adding a comment character to it should be very simple.
>
> --
>
> In Christ,
>
> Timmy V.
>
> https://blog.twonegatives.com
> http://five.sentenc.es
>



Re: How to compute timespan in Agenda view?

2021-06-29 Thread Jude DaShiell
That would be useful even in tables.  If memory serves there's a duration
function but it's limited to time spans within 24 hours.


On Tue, 29 Jun 2021, Rodrigo Morales wrote:

>
> Let's say I move my cursor in the agenda view. Is there any built-in
> function for getting the timespan between the current date and the date
> at point?
>
> If there is no built-in function for accomplishing this. Could you point
> to some functions or variables that might help me to craft my own
> function?
>
>



Re: spreadsheet, calc descriptive statistics, the mode??

2021-03-29 Thread Jude DaShiell
Many years ago I found it curious mean and median were available but mode 
hadn't been done.



On Mon, 29 Mar 2021, Uwe Brauer wrote:


Hi

As far as I can see
#+begin_src

|   | Marks |   |
|---+---+---|
|   | 1 |   |
|   | 1 |   |
|   | 4 |   |
|   | 5 |   |
|   | 6 |   |
|---+---+---|
| 4 |   3.4 | vmod([1, 1, 4, 5, 6]) |
,#+TBLFM: 
@7$1=vmedian(@I$2..@II$2)::@7$2=vmean(@I$2..@II$2)::@7$3=vmod(@I$2..@II$2)
#+end_src


The mode as in explained for example in
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mode_(statistics)

Is not included in calc. Am I correct. I tried to search in the info but
cannot find anything

Regards

Uwe Brauer







unexpected timestamp conversion

2020-11-22 Thread Jude DaShiell
Is it possible to have emacs-orgmode replace an iso-8601 date and time
with only a correctly formatted timestamp?
Script started on 2020-11-22 15:07:15-05:00 [TERM="linux" TTY="/dev/tty1" 
COLUMNS="200" LINES="56"]
jude[~]$ emacs test.org


































































-UUU:F1  *scratch*  All L1 (Lisp Interaction ElDoc) 

test.org has auto save data; consider M-x recover-this-file
test.org has auto save data; consider M-x recover-this-fileFile Edit Options 
Buffers Tools Lisp-Interaction Help






















































-UUU:F1  *scratch*  All L1 (Lisp Interaction ElDoc) 

test.org has auto save data; consider M-x recover-this-fileFile Edit Options 
Buffers Tools Org Tbl Text Help






















































-UUU:F1  test.org   All L1 (Org Fill) 
--
1 |**| date |22 ||-2
1 |--|3 |  |32020/ 1 1 / 2 2 T 1 4 : 2 5 3 | date |2 
|--|1
4 |  |42020/11/22T14:25C-c- !Options Buffers Tools Scroll Goto 
Holidays Diary Sun/Moon Help-UUU:**--F1  test.org   All L4 (Org Fill) 
--
5  October 2020November 2020December 2020
4  Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
3   1  2  3  1  2  3  4  5  6  71  2  3  4  5
2   4  5  6  7  8  9 10  8  9 10 11 12 13 14  6  7  8  9 10 11 12
1  11 12 13 14 15 16 17 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
6  18 19 20 21 22 23 24 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
1  25 26 27 28 29 30 31 29 3027 28 29 30 31
   < Calendar ? info / o other / . today Sun, Nov 22, 2020  >



Date+time [2020-11-22]:   => [2020-11-22 Sun]Edit Options Buffers Tools Minibuf 
Help   22


Org Tbl Text Help[2020-11-22 Sun] |







-UUU:**--F1  test.org   All L4 (Org Fill) 
--
jude[~]$ exitg file /home/jude/test.org...Wrote /home/jude/test.org--C-x- C-c
exit

Script done on 2020-11-22 15:09:14-05:00 [COMMAND_EXIT_CODE="0"]

-- 

United States has 633 Billionaires with only 10 doing any annual
significant giving.




Re: New website - back to the old unicorn!

2020-10-26 Thread Jude DaShiell
Unicorn is an old name for the modern day rhinoceros if what I read is
correct.

On Mon, 26 Oct 2020, Nick Dokos wrote:

> Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2020 11:02:04
> From: Nick Dokos 
> To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: New website - back to the old unicorn!
>
> Sounds good to me.
>
> And thanks for all the work to update the site!
>

-- 
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significant giving.




Re: New website - back to the old unicorn!

2020-10-26 Thread Jude DaShiell
Can orgmode when doing an html export that has images without alt= tags
filled in give an exporter an option to supply descriptions for those
images if not done earlier in the html creation process?  How would
someone earlier in the html creation process before export stage
correctly associate an alt= tag with description with an image?  I'm
asking these questions for #a11y purposes.  Unless subsequent
development changed, orgmode cannot make accessible pdf files.  So if
this question remains relevant inside of a pdf file created by orgmode
does some indicator exist stating this pdf file was created by orgmode?
If you know that and you need something accessible you can contact the
originator of the file and ask them to use adobe and make the pdf file
accessible once you find the orgmode indicator in the file.

On Mon, 26 Oct 2020, Carsten Dominik wrote:

> Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2020 06:19:49
> From: Carsten Dominik 
> To: Bastien 
> Cc: org-mode list , TEC 
> Subject: Re: New website - back to the old unicorn!
>
> On Mon, Oct 26, 2020 at 11:11 AM Carsten Dominik  wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > I like it!
> >
> > :)
> >
> > Carsten
> >
> > P.S.  One of the pages advertises that this
> >
> >[[
> > https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5d/Konigsberg_bridges.png
> > ]]
> >
> > should inline an image.  Does not do it yet for me.  What am I missing?
> >
>
> Never mind, it works in export, not tin the buffer.  Still, the text on the
> webpage is a bit confusing.
>
> Carsten
>
>
> >
> > Carsten
> >
> > On Mon, Oct 26, 2020 at 10:42 AM Bastien  wrote:
> >
> >> Dear all,
> >>
> >> thanks to the initiative and the patient efforts of Timothy, our
> >> website has been revamped: new contents, new look and... the old
> >> unicorn!
> >>
> >> Thanks very much to Timothy and to everyone who contributed with
> >> feedback and ideas.
> >>
> >> This is a new basis that we will continue to polish and enhance.
> >>
> >> Enjoy :)
> >>
> >> https://orgmode.org
> >>
> >> --
> >>  Bastien
> >>
> >>
>

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Re: [join rows]

2020-06-08 Thread Jude DaShiell
paste is a unix command outside of emacs used to concatenate files
horizontally as opposed to vertically as cat does.

On Mon, 8 Jun 2020, Uwe Brauer wrote:

> Date: Mon, 8 Jun 2020 07:09:21
> From: Uwe Brauer 
> To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: [join rows]
>
> >>> "JD" == Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
>> If what's wanted here is a horizontal join of tables paste(1) might be
>
> I am not sure what paste(1) means here. Could you please explain?
>
>> used to start the process however the #TBLFMT: line for the new table
>> would need new formulas and column headers may need adjusting.
>> Something like this was possible in dBase III+ using modify structure if
>> memory serves.
>

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Re: [join rows] (was: join tables from different files)

2020-06-08 Thread Jude DaShiell
If what's wanted here is a horizontal join of tables paste(1) might be
used to start the process however the #TBLFMT: line for the new table
would need new formulas and column headers may need adjusting.
Something like this was possible in dBase III+ using modify structure if
memory serves.

On Mon, 8 Jun 2020, tbanelwebmin wrote:

> Date: Mon, 8 Jun 2020 02:18:45
> From: tbanelwebmin 
> To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: [join rows] (was: join tables from different files)
>
> Le 07/06/2020 ? 17:09, Uwe Brauer a ?crit?:
>
> > "t" == tbanelwebmin   writes:
> >
> > Yes you can.
> > Use an org-id
> >
> > Thanks! Nice!
> >
> >
> > I have a another question in this context:
> > can I join, say 4 tables, but row wise?
> > Say I have
> >
> > #+TBLNAME: RK
> > #+ATTR_HTML: :border 2 :rules all :frame border
> > | met | Q1 | Q2 |  Q3 | total |
> > |-+++-+---|
> > | RK  |  1 |  1 | 0.5 |   2.5 |
> > #+TBLFM: $5=$2+$3+$4
> >
> > #+TBLNAME: SVD
> > #+ATTR_HTML: :border 2 :rules all :frame border
> >  | met | Q1: | Q2 | Q3 | total |
> >  |-+-+++---|
> >  | SVD | 0.5 |  1 |  1 |   2.5 |
> > #+TBLFM: $5=$2+$3+$4;f1
> >
> > #+TBLNAME: MIN
> > #+ATTR_HTML: :border 2 :rules all :frame border
> > | met | Q1 |  Q2 | total |
> > |-++-+---|
> > | MIN |  2 | 0.5 |   2.5 |
> > #+TBLFM: $4=$2+$3
> >
> > #+TBLNAME: BDF
> > #+ATTR_HTML: :border 2 :rules all :frame border
> > | met |   Q1 |   Q2 | total |
> > |-+--+--+---|
> > | MIN | 0.75 | 1.75 |   2.5 |
> > #+TBLFM: $4=$2+$3
> >
> > Since they don't have the same amount of columns, I'd like to join the 4 
> > tables like this
> > #+TBLNAME: Total1
> > #+ATTR_HTML: :border 2 :rules all :frame border
> > | met |  Q1 | Q2 |  Q3 | total |
> > |-+-++-+---|
> > | RK  |   1 |  1 | 0.5 |   2.5 |
> > |-+-++-+---|
> > | SVD | 0.5 |  1 |   1 |   2.5 |
> > #+TBLFM: $5=$2+$3+$4;f1
> >
> > #+TBLNAME: Total2
> > #+ATTR_HTML: :border 2 :rules all :frame border
> > | met |   Q1 |   Q2 | total |
> > |-+--+--+---|
> > | MIN |2 |  0.5 |   2.5 |
> > |-+--+--+---|
> > | MIN | 0.75 | 1.75 |   2.5 |
> > #+TBLFM: $4=$2+$3
> >
> > Is this possible?
> >
> > regards
> > Uwe Brauer
>
> I'm not aware of anything specific for this purpose. A starting point could 
> be the `append' lisp function:
>
> #+begin_src elisp :var table1=RK :var table2=SVD :colnames t
> (append table1 table2)
> #+end_src
>
> #+RESULTS:
> | met | Q1: | Q2 |  Q3 | total |
> |-+-++-+---|
> | RK  |   1 |  1 | 0.5 |   2.5 |
> | SVD | 0.5 |  1 |   1 |   2.5 |
>
>
>
>

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Re: org-mode setting the browser with options

2020-04-29 Thread Jude DaShiell
Two different scripts one yproxy and the other nproxy.
Put the necessary running code in each.

On Wed, 29 Apr 2020, Neil Cherry wrote:

> Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2020 13:36:50
> From: Neil Cherry 
> To: Org Mode 
> Subject: org-mode setting the browser with options
>
> I need to use 2 different Windows browser (proxy and no-proxy is the reason).
>
> What I want to do is that if it's example.com use firefox (no options). If 
> it's
> example.org use chrome --no-proxy-server. I'm not exacly sure how to approach 
> this.
>
> Thanks
>
>

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org table integrity

2020-02-01 Thread Jude DaShiell
Does a way exist in orgmode to fix a column so that it only stores time
stamps?  A table I'm using has two columns that could this kind of error
protection and two that should contain text.



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re: a wide column problem

2020-02-01 Thread Jude DaShiell
I think the best that's now possible with orgmode is something like the
following.  I'll just need to be careful entering text into the work
column since the users of this table haven't even got emacs on their
computers let alone orgmode.

#+STARTUP align
| arrived| staff   | work   
   | left   |
|+-+---+|
|| | <40>   
   ||
| [2020-01-28 Tue 09:08] | Daedon and Doug | watch Doug laundry dishes  
   | [2020-01-28 Tue 13:08] |
|| | trash removal containers recovery  
   ||
| [2020-01-29 Wed 20:30] | umuaru  | brought food   
   | [2020-01-29 Wed 20:45] |
| [2020-01-30 Thu 13:00] | alex| fixed drains brought lunch and 
black bags | [2020-01-30 Thu 14:00] |
|| | put light cover on over stove  
   ||
|| |
   ||

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re: wide column problem

2020-02-01 Thread Jude DaShiell
The table should have a 40 character line wrap limit in the work column
and would look like this:
| arrived| staff   | work   
 | left   |
|+-+-+|
| [2020-01-28 Tue 09:08] | Daedon and Doug | watch Doug laundry dishes  
 | [2020-01-28 Tue 13:08] |
|| | trash removal containers recovery  
 ||
| [2020-01-29 Wed 20:30] | umuaru  | brought food   
 | [2020-01-29 Wed 20:45] |
| [2020-01-30 Thu 13:00] | alex| fixed drains brought lunch and 
black bags  | [2020-01-30 Thu 14:00] |
|| | put light cover on over stove  
 ||
|| |
 ||

I had to use ex to insert lines with field delimiters in the table then
cut and paste text to have gone in the second line of the first and third
records.

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Re: a wide column problem

2020-02-01 Thread Jude DaShiell
I only wrote text in a column and haven't tried anything for that column
yet.  I searched through info org and came close to stuff that looked
like it might work but only came close according to the documentation.
I've never done anything like this with org-mode before so figured it
might be a good idea to ask here first.

On Sat, 1 Feb 2020, Bastien wrote:

> Date: Sat, 1 Feb 2020 03:55:38
> From: Bastien 
> To: Jude DaShiell 
> Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: a wide column problem
>
> Hi Jude,
>
> Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
> > For a table with a wide column can org-mode use a width on the column as
> > well as word wrap?
>
> What did you try?  Can you show how it should look like?
>
>

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a wide column problem

2020-01-31 Thread Jude DaShiell
For a table with a wide column can org-mode use a width on the column as
well as word wrap?
The work column is too wide in stafflog.org:

| arrived| staff   | work   
 | left   |
|+-+-+|
| [2020-01-28 09:08] | Daedon and Doug | watch Doug laundry dishes trash 
removal containers recovery | [2020-01-28 13:08] |
| [2020-01-29 20:30] | umuaru  | brought food   
 | [2020-01-29 20:45] |
| [2020-01-30 13:00] | alex| fixed drains brought lunch and black 
bags and put light cover on over stove | [2020-01-30 14:00] |
|| |
 ||

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Re: Bug? Multi day event with times

2020-01-26 Thread Jude DaShiell
On Sun, 26 Jan 2020, Detlef Steuer wrote:

> Date: Sun, 26 Jan 2020 12:49:55
> From: Detlef Steuer 
> To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Cc: Bastien 
> Subject: Re: Bug? Multi day event with times
>
> Am Sun, 26 Jan 2020 18:14:25 +0100
> schrieb Bastien :
>
> > Hi Detlef,
> >
> > Detlef Steuer  writes:
> >
> > > Stumbled upon this:
> > >
> > > ( emacs 26.3, org-contrib-plus 20191118, linux)
> > >
> > > In my orgfile I have:
> > > ** some travel
> > ><2020-01-30 Do 10:00>-<2020-02-01 Sa 16:00>
> > >
> > > In the agenda that is shown as:
> > > Donnerstag 30 January 2020
> > >   unsorted:   10:00-11:00 (1/3):  some travel
> > > Freitag31 January 2020
> > >   unsorted:   (2/3):  some travel
> > > Samstag 1 February 2020
> > >   unsorted:   16:00-17:00 (3/3):  some travel
> >
> > I'm not sure what's not working as expected here.
> >
> > Can you restate it again?
>
> Hi Bastien,
>
> the travel has a *time range*, but both times are used as *time stamps*
> with default length 1h, only the date part is used as a range.
>
> In the original case I tried to put the leaving times of my booked
> railway connections into the range hoping to see:
>
> Donnerstag 30 January 2020
>   unsorted:   10:00 (1/3):  some travel
> Freitag31 January 2020
>   unsorted:   (2/3):  some travel
> Samstag 1 February 2020
>   unsorted:   16:00 (3/3):  some travel
>
> I understand, why is shown what is shown.
> But maybe there is room for improvement.
>
> May be:
> Donnerstag 30 January 2020
>   unsorted:   10:00-23:59 (1/3):  some travel
> Freitag31 January 2020
>   unsorted:   (2/3):  some travel
> Samstag 1 February 2020
>   unsorted:   00:00-16:00 (3/3):  some travel
>
> Or
> Donnerstag 30 January 2020
>   unsorted:   10:00- (1/3):  some travel
> Freitag31 January 2020
>   unsorted:   (2/3):  some travel
> Samstag 1 February 2020
>   unsorted:   -16:00 (3/3):  some travel
>
> Is there a way to achieve one of the above?
>
> Thanks
> Detlef
>
There's a duration command in orgmode, but it handles at most 24 hours or
less.  If that duration could cross midnight, I think you could use that
and solve this problem.

> > >
> > Thanks,
> >
>
>
>

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Re: mobile org

2019-12-04 Thread Jude DaShiell
On Mon, 18 Nov 2019, Richard Lawrence wrote:

> Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2019 16:08:52
> From: Richard Lawrence 
> To: Jude DaShiell , emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: mobile org
>
> Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
> > Will mobile org work in Android PI?  If not, any good alternatives beyond
> > orgsly available?  I don't like to have to use dropbox and would like to
> > plug a usb cord into my computer and synchtronize my orgmode files that
> > way if possible.
>
> I saw this recently, and haven't seen it mentioned on the list:
>
> https://organice.200ok.ch/
>
> Here's an intro video: https://invidio.us/watch?v=aQKc0hcFXCk
>
> It's a browser-based interface rather than an app, so it should work
> just about anywhere. It doesn't solve the syncing problem itself;
> instead it allows you to sign in with Dropbox, Google Drive, or WebDAV.
> Still not great if you're trying to avoid the proprietary services and
> sync with a cable, but it looks like an interesting alternative to
> Orgzly.
>
I got orgsly and dropbox working on my phone.  I tried rclone dbxcli and
dropbox-cli and couldn't get any of them to link dropbox up to my
computer.  Probably packages need updates.

>

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android phone computer and orgmode

2019-12-03 Thread Jude DaShiell
Since I use a command line on the computer I got orgsly and dropbox
working on the phone.
If I can get rclone working on the computer with dropbox I'll have
synchronizing capability.
Other applications on archlinux and slint either don't work or aren't
accessible for screen reader users like me.

More later when I figure it out.


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Re: mobile org

2019-11-17 Thread Jude DaShiell
Thanks, I'll check that out.

On Sun, 17 Nov 2019, Alex Roper wrote:

> Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2019 21:14:34
> From: Alex Roper 
> To: Jude DaShiell , emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: mobile org
>
> I meant the standard one in termux, so this probably won't work for you
> then.
>
> One other thought, if your only concern with orgzly is Dropbox, you
> might consider an open source alternative such as Syncthing. I used to
> use that on my computers and phone to sync my org before moving to
> termux. By default it does use some sort of cloud locator service for
> NAT hole punching etc, but I believe you can turn that off.
>
> In general, though I do wish there were more options in this space.
>
> Alex
>
> On 11/17/19 6:03 PM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> > I can't do that unless termux emacs is a different application from
> > termux since I'm using talkback on android and termux and talkback work
> > strangely together.
> >
> > On Sun, 17 Nov 2019, Alex Roper wrote:
> >
> >> Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2019 19:13:48
> >> From: Alex Roper 
> >> To: Jude DaShiell , emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> >> Subject: Re: mobile org
> >>
> >> I use termux + emacs personally, and then sync with git from the command
> >> line. It's obviously not especially phone-optimized UX, typing on a
> >> command line...but depending on your needs and alternatives it may be
> >> acceptable.
> >>
> >> Alex
> >>
> >> On 11/17/19 4:01 PM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> >>> Will mobile org work in Android PI?  If not, any good alternatives beyond
> >>> orgsly available?  I don't like to have to use dropbox and would like to
> >>> plug a usb cord into my computer and synchtronize my orgmode files that
> >>> way if possible.  Last time mobile org got updated was 2013 according to
> >>> google play store unless later updates happened by git or github.  Mobile
> >>> org donate also had a 2013 last update in the google play store too and I
> >>> wouldn't have minded paying for that if it would work with Android Pi and
> >>> would also work with android Q.
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> --
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >>
> >
>
>

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Re: mobile org

2019-11-17 Thread Jude DaShiell
I can't do that unless termux emacs is a different application from
termux since I'm using talkback on android and termux and talkback work
strangely together.

On Sun, 17 Nov 2019, Alex Roper wrote:

> Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2019 19:13:48
> From: Alex Roper 
> To: Jude DaShiell , emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: mobile org
>
> I use termux + emacs personally, and then sync with git from the command
> line. It's obviously not especially phone-optimized UX, typing on a
> command line...but depending on your needs and alternatives it may be
> acceptable.
>
> Alex
>
> On 11/17/19 4:01 PM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> > Will mobile org work in Android PI?  If not, any good alternatives beyond
> > orgsly available?  I don't like to have to use dropbox and would like to
> > plug a usb cord into my computer and synchtronize my orgmode files that
> > way if possible.  Last time mobile org got updated was 2013 according to
> > google play store unless later updates happened by git or github.  Mobile
> > org donate also had a 2013 last update in the google play store too and I
> > wouldn't have minded paying for that if it would work with Android Pi and
> > would also work with android Q.
> >
> >
> >
> > --
> >
> >
>
>

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mobile org

2019-11-17 Thread Jude DaShiell
Will mobile org work in Android PI?  If not, any good alternatives beyond
orgsly available?  I don't like to have to use dropbox and would like to
plug a usb cord into my computer and synchtronize my orgmode files that
way if possible.  Last time mobile org got updated was 2013 according to
google play store unless later updates happened by git or github.  Mobile
org donate also had a 2013 last update in the google play store too and I
wouldn't have minded paying for that if it would work with Android Pi and
would also work with android Q.



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Re: [O] minimal testing setup for pdf export?

2019-08-30 Thread Jude DaShiell
Okay, orgmode pdf files will be inaccessible for the foreseeable future.
 Has anyone had any luck extracting text however mangled from one of
these with pdftotext or similar tools?  If that's not possible that will
be another good thing to know.

On Sat, 31 Aug 2019, Tim Cross wrote:

> Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2019 19:31:32
> From: Tim Cross 
> To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Cc: Nick Dokos 
> Subject: Re: [O] minimal testing setup for pdf export?
>
>
> I think the main thing which needs to be in the PDF is structure
> 'tagging'. Unfortunately, making truly accessible PDFs is the one area
> I've found where the 'TeX suite is weak. I was tracking some discussions
> about this on  the various TeX and Latex lists and it seems that to add
> the necessary information needed to create accessible PDFs requires a
> major redesign of TeX internals.
>
> It has been a while since I looked at this, but I do believe there are
> some add-on latex packages which can help a bit, but creating PDFs which
> meet minimal accessibility requirement tests is currently not possible.
>
> IIRC the speech-disabling feature is not part of the PDF spec. This is
> somethinhg added by Adobe (along with other DRM support). This is no
> 'switch' so to speak in plain PDF documents as the PDF spec predates
> considerations like TTS or even accessibility.
>
>
> Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
> > most of the books sold on google play books are speech-disabled by
> > publishers.  The adobe accessibility site has speech-enabled
> > accessibility examples.  I think it's a matter of a single control that
> > is either enabled or disabled.  Oh, the IRS has speech-enabled pdf tax
> > forms anyone can download.  I nearly forgot about that one.  The 1099R
> > form is a short one so it ought to be pretty quick to find the setting
> > in one of those forms.
> >
> > On Fri, 30 Aug 2019, Nick Dokos wrote:
> >
> >> Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2019 16:07:49
> >> From: Nick Dokos 
> >> To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> >> Subject: Re: [O] minimal testing setup for pdf export?
> >>
> >> Jude DaShiell  writes:
> >>
> >> > It would be helpful if when pdf get exported from orgmode they have
> >> > speech enabled by default.
> >> >
> >>
> >> Not sure that org mode can do anything about, since it's LaTeX that 
> >> produces
> >> the PDF. That said, I'm not sure what needs to be done: what's the 
> >> difference
> >> between a speech-enabled PDF and a non-speech-enabled one?
> >>
> >>
>
>
>

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Re: [O] minimal testing setup for pdf export?

2019-08-30 Thread Jude DaShiell
most of the books sold on google play books are speech-disabled by
publishers.  The adobe accessibility site has speech-enabled
accessibility examples.  I think it's a matter of a single control that
is either enabled or disabled.  Oh, the IRS has speech-enabled pdf tax
forms anyone can download.  I nearly forgot about that one.  The 1099R
form is a short one so it ought to be pretty quick to find the setting
in one of those forms.

On Fri, 30 Aug 2019, Nick Dokos wrote:

> Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2019 16:07:49
> From: Nick Dokos 
> To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: [O] minimal testing setup for pdf export?
>
> Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
> > It would be helpful if when pdf get exported from orgmode they have
> > speech enabled by default.
> >
>
> Not sure that org mode can do anything about, since it's LaTeX that produces
> the PDF. That said, I'm not sure what needs to be done: what's the difference
> between a speech-enabled PDF and a non-speech-enabled one?
>
>

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Re: [O] minimal testing setup for pdf export?

2019-08-30 Thread Jude DaShiell
It would be helpful if when pdf get exported from orgmode they have
speech enabled by default.

On Fri, 30 Aug 2019, John Hendy wrote:

> Date: Fri, 30 Aug 2019 10:45:08
> From: John Hendy 
> To: Matt Price 
> Cc: org-mode-email 
> Subject: Re: [O] minimal testing setup for pdf export?
>
> Whew, the world is whole again! No worries, and I've been in the exact
> same situation more than I'd like. We joke at work that if you want to
> fix a problem, just ask someone to come watch it happen and it will
> magically go away :)
>
> Glad you're on your way!
> John
>
> On Fri, Aug 30, 2019 at 9:27 AM Matt Price  wrote:
> >
> >
> >
> > On Thu, Aug 29, 2019 at 11:27 AM John Hendy  wrote:
> >>
> >> On Tue, Aug 27, 2019 at 6:34 PM Matt Price  wrote:
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > On Tue, Aug 27, 2019 at 1:33 PM John Kitchin  
> >> > wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> that does suggest that pdflatex is getting called somewhere else.
> >> >>
> >> >> Maybe you can edebug the export function and check the value of 
> >> >> default-directory to see where it is getting called.
> >> >>
> >> >> You could also try this
> >> >>
> >> >> #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
> >> >> (defun my-build (quoted-tex-file)
> >> >>   (message "Building %s. Called from %s" quoted-tex-file 
> >> >> default-directory))
> >> >>
> >> >> (setq org-latex-pdf-process 'my-build)
> >> >> #+END_SRC
> >> >>
> >> >> It won't build the pdf, but it will tell you in the messages where it 
> >> >> was called from. It might help figure out what is happening.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > huh.  that was kinda cool... but the value of default-directory seems to 
> >> > be correct.  However, this helped a bit:
> >> >
> >> > #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
> >> > (shell-command-to-string "echo $PWD")
> >> >
> >> > #+END_SRC
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > #+RESULTS:
> >> > : /home/matt/src/org-mode
> >> >
> >> > Not sure what's going on here, but this value is the same in a regular 
> >> > emacs and  "emacs -Q".  is this normal?
> >> >
> >>
> >> Did this get solved? It kind of bothers me to think it hasn't. I also
> >> think this is a case where erring on the side of overwhelming details
> >> would help a lot. Could you start from the beginning with the exact
> >> process using emacs -Q, post the full output of *Messages* and *Org
> >> PDF LaTeX Output*? Like in the above, you post the output of $PWD, but
> >> not what the *Messages* buffer contained from John's code. Maybe they
> >> are the same, maybe they are different, but we can't tell.
> >>
> >> Example:
> >> $ cd ~/
> >> $ emacs -Q
> >>
> >> M-x org-version
> >> Org mode version 9.1.9 (release_9.1.9-65-g5e4542 @
> >> /usr/share/emacs/26.2/lisp/org/)
> >>
> >> C-x C-f pdf-test.org
> >>
> >> File contents:
> >> * foo
> >> 
> >>
> >> C-x C-s
> >> C-c C-e l p
> >>
> >> $ ls ~/
> >> pdf-test.org
> >> pdf-test.pdf
> >> pdf-test.tex
> >>
> >> Alternatively, insert the code from John Kitchin:
> >>
> >> Wrote /home/jwhendy/pdf-text.org
> >> org-babel-exp process emacs-lisp at position 8...
> >> Saving file /home/jwhendy/pdf-text.tex...
> >> Wrote /home/jwhendy/pdf-text.tex
> >> Processing LaTeX file pdf-text.tex...
> >> Building pdf-text.tex. Called from /home/jwhendy/
> >> org-compile-file: File "/home/jwhendy/pdf-text.pdf" wasn?t produced.
> >> See "*Org PDF LaTeX Output*" for details
> >>
> >> I still don't feel I understand the full nature of your working
> >> directory, what does and doesn't get saved in that directory, etc. I'd
> >> love to help, but am not able to replicate for you!
> >>
> >> Thanks,
> >> John
> >>
> > John H,
> > Thank you so much for the detailed instructions. I had a moment this 
> > morning so I updated Emacs, rebooted my laptop, and started to follow your 
> > instructions as closely as possible... and I can no longer reproduce my 
> > problem. I feel like I should be happier than I am! I wonder if perhaps 
> > there was some kind of strange path problem caused by a software update 
> > that I didn't pay attention to.
> >
> > In any case, I am as always grateful for the efforts of people on this list 
> > -- I learned at least a little bit about latex export and feel that I might 
> > finally be getting a little closer to where I need to be.
> >
> > Meanwhile, if the issue shows up again I'll be sure to check back in.
> >
> > Thanks!
> > Matt
> >
> >
> >>
> >>
> >> >
> >> >> John
> >> >>
> >> >> ---
> >> >> Professor John Kitchin
> >> >> Doherty Hall A207F
> >> >> Department of Chemical Engineering
> >> >> Carnegie Mellon University
> >> >> Pittsburgh, PA 15213
> >> >> 412-268-7803
> >> >> @johnkitchin
> >> >> http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >> On Tue, Aug 27, 2019 at 8:57 AM Matt Price  wrote:
> >> >>>
> >> >>>
> >> >>>
> >> >>> On Tue, Aug 27, 2019 at 8:27 AM John Kitchin  
> >> >>> wrote:
> >> 
> >>  Can you manually compile the empty.tex file from the command line? eg
> >> 
> >>  pdflatex empty
> >> 
> >> >>> (reposting to group)
> >> >>>
> >> >>> 

Re: [O] join two or more tables

2019-08-18 Thread Jude DaShiell
In that situation I made 3 files header; t1, and t2.  The header file
had the two lines at the top of both tables.  The t1 and t2 files had
only record lines in them without the footer.  Then cat header t1 t2
>newtable.  Once done open newtable and be sure it works in emacs and
append that footer line to it and perhaps put it into a #Begin-src
#End-src block.

On Sun, 18 Aug 2019, Uwe Brauer wrote:

> Date: Sun, 18 Aug 2019 04:31:04
> From: Uwe Brauer 
> To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: [O] join two or more tables
>
> >>> "UB" == Uwe Brauer  writes:
>
>> Hi
>
>> I was googling this a bit, I found more complicated scenarios, but not
>> how to join one or more tables.
>
>> For example
>
>> #+begin_src
>
>> #+tblname: nut
>> | type | Fiber | Sugar | Protein | Carb |
>> |--+---+---+-+--|
>> | eggplant |   2.5 |   3.2 | 0.8 |  8.6 |
>> | tomatoe  |   0.6 |   2.1 | 0.8 |  3.4 |
>> | onion|   1.3 |   4.4 | 1.3 |  9.0 |
>> | egg  | 0 |  18.3 |31.9 | 18.3 |
>
>
>> #+tblname: nut2
>> | type | Fiber | Sugar | Protein | Carb |
>> |--+---+---+-+--|
>> | rice |   0.2 | 0 | 1.5 | 16.0 |
>> | bread|   0.7 |   0.7 | 3.3 | 16.0 |
>> | orange   |   3.1 |  11.9 | 1.3 | 17.6 |
>> | banana   |   2.1 |   9.9 | 0.9 | 18.5 |
>> | tofu |   0.7 |   0.5 | 6.6 |  1.4 |
>> | nut  |   2.6 |   1.3 | 4.9 |  7.2 |
>> | corn |   4.7 |   1.8 | 2.8 | 21.3 |
>> #+end_src
>
>
>> I want to generate a new table total-nuts, which is just a combination
>> of the two tables, nuts and nuts2
>
>
>> Uwe Brauer
>
> I found a solution posted in
>
> https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2009-09/msg00919.html
>
> However
>
> ** Elisp
> #+tblname: tab1
>  | 1 | 2 | 3 |
>  | 7 | 8 | 9 |
>
> #+tblname: tab2
>  |  4 |  5 |  6 |
>  | 10 | 11 | 12 |
>
>  Here's a solution in emacs lisp:
>
>  #+srcname: column-bind-elisp(a=tab1, b=tab2)
>  #+begin_src emacs-lisp
>  (mapcar* 'append a b)
>  #+end_src
>
>
> column-bind-elisp
>
> Does not exist any more.
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Uwe Brauer
>

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Re: [O] exported contacts problem

2019-08-02 Thread Jude DaShiell
I'm using nothing for contacts management by now.  I don't use moo or
gnus since I've had limited success setting up either one of them.  I
may take anotheeer throw at gnus since I have a gmail and panix account
and both accounts have usenet newsgroups capability.

On Sat, 3 Aug 2019, Tim Cross wrote:

> Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2019 16:33:37
> From: Tim Cross 
> To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: [O] exported contacts problem
>
>
> Are you using an emacs based email client like mu4e or gnus? What (if
> anything) do you use to manage contact information now i.e. BBDB, Asking as
> I am aware that some email clients have support for vcard processing and
> some contact managers also have support for vcard (i.e. bbdb), so
> initial processing may be easier from witin the mail client (new
> versions of mu4e are moving to use gnus as the message view mode, which
> has some advantced functions for dealing with vcard and ical
> attachments).
>
> There is also an org-vcard module, but last time I tried using this, I
> encountered some problems (can't remember what they were now - it was a
> while back, but it may have only support older vcard versions).
>
> Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
> > I have one email message with several .vcf file attachments.  Has orgmode
> > got any tool or tools I can use to import contacts from such a message
> > into an orgmode table?
>
>
>

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Re: [O] exported contacts problem

2019-08-02 Thread Jude DaShiell
I have about 80 contacts so this is a personal contacts situation not a
business contacts situation.

On Fri, 2 Aug 2019, Jean Louis wrote:

> Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2019 12:02:36
> From: Jean Louis 
> To: Jude DaShiell 
> Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: [O] exported contacts problem
>
> * Jude DaShiell  [2019-08-02 17:48]:
> > I have one email message with several .vcf file attachments.  Has orgmode
> > got any tool or tools I can use to import contacts from such a message
> > into an orgmode table?
>
> And by all means, I would never keep contact in Org file, that is for
> short list fine, but for any future planning, contacts shall be in a
> real database sorted by its lists.
>
> A list could be group of people, or account name, or company name, or
> organization, or interest lists.
>
> Neither bbdb nor Org is suitable for any serious collection of
> contacts. I have 192,000+ contacts, and when they are in database and
> I am using PostgreSQL, it gives me most of benefits, I can sort people
> into lists, groups, I can contact them, count interactions, open up
> their files, emails with a fast command, edit their data, add notes,
> send them faxes and SMS, maintain relations.
>
> Jean
>

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[O] exported contacts problem

2019-08-02 Thread Jude DaShiell
I have one email message with several .vcf file attachments.  Has orgmode
got any tool or tools I can use to import contacts from such a message
into an orgmode table?



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Re: [O] Incorrect clock duration calculation

2019-05-07 Thread Jude DaShiell
Duration must not endure for more than 24 hours since that's
unendoreable.

On Tue, 7 May 2019, Martin Schroeder wrote:

> Date: Tue, 7 May 2019 05:07:58
> From: Martin Schroeder 
> To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: [O] Incorrect clock duration calculation
>
> I noticed that on timestamps that begin or end at 00:00 the org mode
> org-evaluate-time-range function seems to produce wrong results. Here
> are some examples:
>
> For example, this should produce 2:00 duration:
> CLOCK: [2019-04-19 Fri 22:00]--[2019-04-19 Fri 00:00] => -22:00
> I tried this, but id did not work either:
> CLOCK: [2019-04-19 Fri 22:00]--[2019-04-19 Sat 00:00] => -22:00
> This works though but this does not cross day boundary:
> CLOCK: [2019-04-19 Fri 22:00]--[2019-04-19 Fri 23:00] =>  1:00
> This should produce 3:00 but it gives -21 even though the end time is
> later than start time:
> CLOCK: [2019-04-19 Fri 22:00]--[2019-04-19 Sat 01:00] => -21:00
>
> Does anyone have a solution for this?
>
>

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[O] two orgmode discoveries

2019-05-02 Thread Jude DaShiell
1) If you need to insert columns in tables remember to add them from right
to left only.  I had to repopulate an orgmode table after I modified
structure by adding a column to the right of already existing columns and
this involved file operations outside of orgmode.  I might be able to make
a bash script to automate insert-right process but will need to study
that.

2) Time duration calculates to zero if duration goes past midnight.  If
some way exists to join a duration value say that goes from 20:15 to
midnight and the next one that goes from midnight to 07:30 and come up
with 11:15 for a result this would be useful.



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[O] org-mode time durations

2019-02-13 Thread Jude DaShiell
I have a column of timestamps and these are more than 24 hours apart and
can't use the ;t format to get durations in a third column when two of
these timestamps are subtracted.  Fortunately, I can handle this
application with some basic programming.



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Re: [O] drawer handling

2019-02-07 Thread Jude DaShiell
Solved!  Two things to do with drawers in tables.  Put the drawer at the
end of a table.  If the table likely will expand, on the last entry in
the current table tab through the entry and tab once more so you leave a
blank line above the drawer that can have another entry added to it.
Drawers were mentioned in the context of notes in the org manual and
perhaps with this hack could also be mentioned in context with tables
too.

On Thu, 7 Feb 2019, Jude DaShiell wrote:

> Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2019 15:42:23
> From: Jude DaShiell 
> To: Nicolas Goaziou 
> Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: [O] drawer handling
>
> What I haven't tried yet is to put the drawer at the bottom of the
> table.  I'll try that next and see if that clears up my navigating
> problem.
>
> On Thu, 7 Feb 2019, Jude DaShiell wrote:
>
> > Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2019 15:28:17
> > From: Jude DaShiell 
> > To: Nicolas Goaziou 
> > Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> > Subject: Re: [O] drawer handling
> >
> > Here's an example org file, when opened in emacs I can get into the
> > drawer but not beyond the drawer.
> >
> > | President   | birth   | age | signature | 
> > key | deathcard   |
> > :notes:
> > See "Kaballah Of Numbers" Chapter 4 by Sephariel for tarot card calculation 
> > method.
> > :END:
> > |-+-+-+---+-+-|
> > | George Washington   | 22february1731  |  68 | 19 sun| 
> >  33 | 14 Temperance   |
> > | John Adams  | 30October1735   |  90 | 19 Sun| 
> >  32 | 22 the Fool |
> > | Thomas Jefferson| 13April1743 |  83 | 19 Sun| 
> >  22 | 21 The world|
> > | James Madison   | 16March1751 |  85 | 19 Sun| 
> >  32 | 1 Magician  |
> > | James Monroe| 28April1758 |  73 | 6 The Lovers  | 
> >  21 | 16 Tower|
> > | John Quincy Adams   | 11July1767  |  80 | 13 Death  | 
> >  37 | 22 The Fool |
> > | Andrew Jackson  | 15March1767 |  78 | 21 The World  | 
> >  30 | 21 The World|
> > | Martin VanBuren | 5December1782   |  79 | 11 Strength   | 
> >  29 | 19 The Sun  |
> > | William Henry Harrison  | 9February1773   |  68 | 15 The Devil  | 
> >  33 | 20 Judgement|
> > | John Tyler  | 29March1790 |  71 | 18 The Moon   | 
> >  28 | 18 The Moon |
> > | James Knox Polk | 2November1795   |  53 | 16 The Tower  | 
> >  30 | 7 The Chariot   |
> > | Zachary Taylor  | 24November1784  |  65 | 15 The Devil  | 
> >  31 | 18 The Moon |
> > | Millard Fillmore| 7January1800|  74 | 13 Death  | 
> >  31 | 15 The Devil|
> > | Franklin Pierce | 23November1804  |  64 | 19 The Sun| 
> >  33 | 12 The Hanged Man   |
> > | James Buchanan  | 23April1791 |  77 | 13 Death  | 
> >  22 | 18 The Moon |
> > | Abraham Lincoln | 12February1809  |  56 | 18 The Moon   | 
> >  27 | 20 Judgement|
> > | Andrew Johnson  | 29December1808  |  66 | 15 The Devil  | 
> >  34 | 19 The Sun  |
> > | Hiram Ulysses Simpson-Grant | 27April1822 |  63 | 18 The Moon   | 
> >  50 | 18 The Moon |
> > | Rutherford Birchard Hayes   | 4October1822|  70 | 22 The Fool   | 
> >  45 | 21 The World|
> > | James Abram Garfield| 19November1831  |  49 | 20 Judgement  | 
> >  34 | 16 The Tower|
> > | Chester Alan Arthur | 5October1829|  57 | 17 The Star   | 
> >  24 | 11 Strength |
> > | Stephen Grover Cleveland| 18March1837 |  71 | 19 The Sun| 
> >  45 | 18 The Moon |
> > | Benjamin Harrison   | 20August1833|  68 | 20 Judgement  | 
> >  32 | 16 The Tower|
> > | William McKinley| 29January1843   |  58 | 16 The Tower  | 
> >  27 | 20 Judgement|
> > | Theodore Roosevelt  | 27October1858   |  60 | 7 The Chariot | 
> >  39 | 1 The Magician  |
> > | William Howard Taft | 15September1857 |  72 | 12 The Hanged Man | 
> >  45 | 22 The Fool |
> > | Thomas Woodrow Wilson   | 29December1856  |  67 | 19 The Sun| 
> >  35 | 6 The Lovers|
> > | Warren Gamaliel Harding | 2November1865   |

Re: [O] drawer handling

2019-02-07 Thread Jude DaShiell
What I haven't tried yet is to put the drawer at the bottom of the
table.  I'll try that next and see if that clears up my navigating
problem.

On Thu, 7 Feb 2019, Jude DaShiell wrote:

> Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2019 15:28:17
> From: Jude DaShiell 
> To: Nicolas Goaziou 
> Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: [O] drawer handling
>
> Here's an example org file, when opened in emacs I can get into the
> drawer but not beyond the drawer.
>
> | President   | birth   | age | signature | 
> key | deathcard   |
> :notes:
> See "Kaballah Of Numbers" Chapter 4 by Sephariel for tarot card calculation 
> method.
> :END:
> |-+-+-+---+-+-|
> | George Washington   | 22february1731  |  68 | 19 sun|  
> 33 | 14 Temperance   |
> | John Adams  | 30October1735   |  90 | 19 Sun|  
> 32 | 22 the Fool |
> | Thomas Jefferson| 13April1743 |  83 | 19 Sun|  
> 22 | 21 The world|
> | James Madison   | 16March1751 |  85 | 19 Sun|  
> 32 | 1 Magician  |
> | James Monroe| 28April1758 |  73 | 6 The Lovers  |  
> 21 | 16 Tower|
> | John Quincy Adams   | 11July1767  |  80 | 13 Death  |  
> 37 | 22 The Fool |
> | Andrew Jackson  | 15March1767 |  78 | 21 The World  |  
> 30 | 21 The World|
> | Martin VanBuren | 5December1782   |  79 | 11 Strength   |  
> 29 | 19 The Sun  |
> | William Henry Harrison  | 9February1773   |  68 | 15 The Devil  |  
> 33 | 20 Judgement|
> | John Tyler  | 29March1790 |  71 | 18 The Moon   |  
> 28 | 18 The Moon |
> | James Knox Polk | 2November1795   |  53 | 16 The Tower  |  
> 30 | 7 The Chariot   |
> | Zachary Taylor  | 24November1784  |  65 | 15 The Devil  |  
> 31 | 18 The Moon |
> | Millard Fillmore| 7January1800|  74 | 13 Death  |  
> 31 | 15 The Devil|
> | Franklin Pierce | 23November1804  |  64 | 19 The Sun|  
> 33 | 12 The Hanged Man   |
> | James Buchanan  | 23April1791 |  77 | 13 Death  |  
> 22 | 18 The Moon |
> | Abraham Lincoln | 12February1809  |  56 | 18 The Moon   |  
> 27 | 20 Judgement|
> | Andrew Johnson  | 29December1808  |  66 | 15 The Devil  |  
> 34 | 19 The Sun  |
> | Hiram Ulysses Simpson-Grant | 27April1822 |  63 | 18 The Moon   |  
> 50 | 18 The Moon |
> | Rutherford Birchard Hayes   | 4October1822|  70 | 22 The Fool   |  
> 45 | 21 The World|
> | James Abram Garfield| 19November1831  |  49 | 20 Judgement  |  
> 34 | 16 The Tower|
> | Chester Alan Arthur | 5October1829|  57 | 17 The Star   |  
> 24 | 11 Strength |
> | Stephen Grover Cleveland| 18March1837 |  71 | 19 The Sun|  
> 45 | 18 The Moon |
> | Benjamin Harrison   | 20August1833|  68 | 20 Judgement  |  
> 32 | 16 The Tower|
> | William McKinley| 29January1843   |  58 | 16 The Tower  |  
> 27 | 20 Judgement|
> | Theodore Roosevelt  | 27October1858   |  60 | 7 The Chariot |  
> 39 | 1 The Magician  |
> | William Howard Taft | 15September1857 |  72 | 12 The Hanged Man |  
> 45 | 22 The Fool |
> | Thomas Woodrow Wilson   | 29December1856  |  67 | 19 The Sun|  
> 35 | 6 The Lovers|
> | Warren Gamaliel Harding | 2November1865   |  58 | 12 The Hanged Man |  
> 37 | 16 The Tower|
> | John Calvin Coolidge| 4July1872   |  60 | 13 Death  |  
> 40 | 20 Judgement|
> | Herbert Clark Hoover| 10August1874|  90 | 18 The Moon   |  
> 34 | 9 The Hermit|
> | Franklin Delano Roosevelt   | 30January1882   |  63 | 11 Strength   |  
> 28 | 20 Judgement|
> | Harry S Truman  | 8May1884|  88 | 14 Temperance |  
> 38 | 21 The World|
> | David Dwight Eisenhower | 14October1890   |  78 | 21 The World  |  
> 48 | 10 Wheel of fortune |
> | John Fitzgerald Kennedy | 29May1917   |  46 | 16 The Tower  |  
> 34 | 8 Justice   |
> | Lyndon Baines Johnson   | 27August1908|  65 | 17 The Star   |  
> 44 | 10 Wheel Of Fortune |
> | Richard Milhous Nixon   | 9January1913|  81 | 20 Judgement  |  
> 42 | 11 Strength |
> | Leslie Lynch King   | 14J

Re: [O] drawer handling

2019-02-07 Thread Jude DaShiell
 Judgement  |  36 
| |
| | | |   | 
| |

On Thu, 7 Feb 2019, Nicolas Goaziou
wrote:

> Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2019 08:29:04
> From: Nicolas Goaziou 
> To: Jude DaShiell 
> Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: [O] drawer handling
>
> Hello,
>
> Jude DaShiell  writes:
>
> > If a drawer is associated with and below a table entry is it necessary to
> > hide the drawer's visibility in order to go below the drawer in the
> > original org file and edit entries below that drawer?  I'm using org
> > version 8.29 and just using tab doesn't get me below a drawer.
>
> I don't understand your issue. Could you show an example?
>
> Regards,
>
>

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[O] drawer handling

2019-02-06 Thread Jude DaShiell
If a drawer is associated with and below a table entry is it necessary to
hide the drawer's visibility in order to go below the drawer in the
original org file and edit entries below that drawer?  I'm using org
version 8.29 and just using tab doesn't get me below a drawer.



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Re: [O] Org without Emacs?

2019-01-30 Thread Jude DaShiell
Too bad Apple's IOS is so limited the app store only offers not emacs
along with the org clones which have to operate separately.

On Wed, 30 Jan 2019, nly wrote:

> Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2019 20:33:33
> From: nly 
> To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: [O] Org without Emacs?
>
> btw, you can run emacs on android, and use org from there.
>
> You can install termux from fdroid
> and then, at a termux shell, enter:
> $ pkg install emacs
>
> I use emacs for org and matrix because matrix clients on android are not as 
> nice.
>
> Cheers,
> Amar 
>
> On January 29, 2019 3:46:43 PM UTC, Scott Randby  wrote:
> >On 1/28/19 11:42 PM, Tim Cross wrote:
> >> Of course, this says nothing about the ethical position associated
> >with re-implementing functionality from a GPL'd sysem under a non-free
> >license. We can hope people do the right thing, but have no control to
> >enforce it. I also doubt it will cause any fracture in the org user
> >community - the bottom line is most of use came to org because of
> >Emacs. These other systems don't have Emacs and therefore are really
> >only a pale imitation.
> >
> >I'm one of those who came to Emacs because of Org. I read an article in
> >some magazine (Linux Journal?) about Org and knew I had to try it out.
> >Once I was into using Org, Emacs took over more and more of my
> >computing life. People who use a non-free semi-implementation of Org
> >may not even realize Emacs is the software that made Org possible and
> >that Emacs is so great, and I think that is sad.
> >
> >Scott
>
>

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[O] an org-mode linking question

2019-01-29 Thread Jude DaShiell
I have two files one with notes in it and another containing a table.  I'd
like to keep the notes out of the file with the table in it and like to
keep the table out of the notes file.  Though these two files mostly have
the same names I'm wondering if putting the notes file in a drawer
contained in the table file would be the best way to link these two files
so they stay together.  The notes file is accessed rarely with the table
file having more frequent accesses to update if that helps.



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Re: [O] headline and a table

2019-01-02 Thread Jude DaShiell
Great, thanks this worked perfectly!

On Wed, 2 Jan 2019, Eric S Fraga wrote:

> Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2019 09:51:15
> From: Eric S Fraga 
> To: Jude DaShiell 
> Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
> Subject: Re: [O] headline and a table
>
> On Saturday, 29 Dec 2018 at 09:41, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> > I have an orgmode table and a note in a headline and those two need to
> > stay together in the same file.  The table as is usual has headings.  What
> > I would like to know is if orgmode can do a boxed heading like this:
> > |--|---|
> > | date | notes |
> > |--|---|
>
> Yes, orgmode will definitely allow you to have:
>
> |--+---|
> | date | notes |
> |--+---|
>
> which you can achieve by typing
>
> "| date | notes C-u C-c - C-c -"
>
> (without the quotes, and there are other ways of achieving the same)
>
>

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[O] headline and a table

2018-12-29 Thread Jude DaShiell
I have an orgmode table and a note in a headline and those two need to
stay together in the same file.  The table as is usual has headings.  What
I would like to know is if orgmode can do a boxed heading like this:
|--|---|
| date | notes |
|--|---|

I can live with plus signs being used in such a structure but think this
kind of table heading would work better than:

* note
| date | notes |
|--|---|



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[O] duration feature especially useful

2017-12-18 Thread Jude DaShiell
I have some devices like an iphone which is all of 4 years old and going 
on 5.  I can use org-mode to log battery recharge and battery discharge 
durations with a basic org-mode table and in the event the discharge 
duration starts dropping off sharply maybe get to a store and replace the 
phone.  I put two inactive time stamps in a field for recharge and 
discharge and beside both of those fields I have a duration field where I 
do the math and record the hours and minutes.


I have an ~/org/logs/iphone.org file and have other directories under that 
~/org/ directory too.




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[O] 911 and Call Centers was employment stats that don't change (fwd)

2017-07-08 Thread Jude DaShiell
Is org-mode or a special-purpose contribution being used to handle 911 
response centers and call center activities?

If not, is org-mode even feasible for this kind of work?



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-- Forwarded message --
Date: Sat, 8 Jul 2017 09:50:47
From: Lisa Belville 
Reply-To: Blind exchange and discussion 
To: blin...@listserv.icors.org
Subject: 911 and Call Centers was employment stats that don't change

Here's some discussion about working as a 911 dispatcher and/or general call 
center reps from a blindness-oriented web site.Notice how critical the 
access to real time information is.


https://www.zonebbs.com/boards.php?t=30408

Lisa

Lisa Belville
missktlab1...@frontier.com
I'm great at multi-tasking. I can waste time, be unproductive, and 
procrastinate all at once.




Re: [O] org-mode basic spreadsheet question

2017-02-18 Thread Jude DaShiell
I think I figured something out.  The only reason I'm writing the list 
about it is because it may help others out with similar situations.  I can 
put ($) in headings were columns contain all currency figures.  That would 
normally be a prefix to those numbers so I might write ($) amount as a 
column heading but I would not be surprised if I got an org-mode 
spreadsheet with a heading like performance (%) in it and could understand 
that all entries in that column were percentages.  This may be a way to 
handle both prefixes and suffixes in spreadsheet applications for org-mode 
in the future.




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[O] basic spreadsheet question

2017-02-14 Thread Jude DaShiell
When currency is calculated, is it possible in org-mode to have a "$" 
prefix on currency amounts?



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[O] test.org

2017-01-27 Thread Jude DaShiell
Interesting, I put a vertical on a line to start an org-mode table and 
keyed data dictionary in followed by a space another vertical and a return 
key.  Then I put vertical followed by a space followed by variable 
followed by space followed by vertical followed by type followed by space 
followed by vertical followed by space followed by description followed by 
space followed by vertical followed by return followed by vertical 
followed by hyphen followed by tab.  I got onto line 4 in column 3 but 
line one acquired all of the verticals from line 2 in addition to what it 
already had.


| data dictionary |  | |
| variable| type | description |
|-+--+-|
| |  | |

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[O] titles on tables

2017-01-26 Thread Jude DaShiell

Is it possible to do something like:
| Data Dictionary |
| variable | type| description|
|-

As a table header or maybe even somehow have data dictionary centered?
I made a table earlier without the title line and tried doing a retrofit 
that didn't work.  If this isn't possible and the table won't be exported 
to html or other formats does another way exist to do this?




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Re: [O] org table clean up command

2016-11-18 Thread Jude DaShiell
I ran another check, and there is serious reason to like and use org-mode! 
org-mode did to the automatic clean up on that column when I saved the org 
table file with emacs.  I find this to be very helpful.



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[O] org table clean up command

2016-11-18 Thread Jude DaShiell
I wrote a table in org-mode and a certain column in that table should have 
all content entries starting in character position 32.  I ran cut on the 
table and sent output to another file in order to inspect my work and 
found at least one line of the table for that column had content starting 
in column 28.  I opened the file again in org-mode and located the row and 
column and checked the content start position and that showed as being in 
column 32.  So this brings up two questions.
1) When I saved that org file after checking it and found content output 
starting in column 32 rather than in character position 28, did org-mode 
clean up the table for me?
2) If org-mode did not clean up the table, does a command exist I can use 
to cause such a clean up to happen?



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Re: [O] multiple tables in orgmode document?

2016-11-01 Thread Jude DaShiell
I could start a document out with a table and maybe write some text 
outside of that table below it but then I would need to write a 
different table below that text with different column headings and 
different content.
If necessary, I could also write one table per document and text in 
separate documents but then I'd need to use #INCLUDE statements in those 
files or use the cat command to merge them together correctly.


On Tue, 1 Nov 2016, John Kitchin wrote:


Date: Tue, 1 Nov 2016 20:15:20
From: John Kitchin <jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu>
To: Jude DaShiell <jdash...@panix.com>
Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Subject: Re: [O] multiple tables in orgmode document?

You mean besides something like:

| a | b |
|---+---|
| 2 | 3 |


Some text

#+name: some-ther-table
| x | y |
| 4 | 5 |
| 7 | 8 |

etc...


Jude DaShiell writes:


First, can it be done?
Second, can I write text between tables in the document?
Third, can I start a table after first line of document and also end that
table?

Earlier I wanted to write a document containing notes and tables and found
it difficult getting emacs-orgmode to end the first table.  I wanted to
put a dashed line with verticals in it like what we do with the |-
command just after writing column headings and couldn't figure out how to
do that.






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[O] multiple tables in orgmode document?

2016-11-01 Thread Jude DaShiell

First, can it be done?
Second, can I write text between tables in the document?
Third, can I start a table after first line of document and also end that 
table?


Earlier I wanted to write a document containing notes and tables and found 
it difficult getting emacs-orgmode to end the first table.  I wanted to 
put a dashed line with verticals in it like what we do with the |- 
command just after writing column headings and couldn't figure out how to 
do that.




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[O] swindle.org

2016-06-01 Thread Jude DaShiell
Here's a small org file for logging all of those attempted swindle calls. 
Use this and if you talk to authorities or consumer protection types 
you'll have your ducks in a row.


| date | message | call | notes |
|--+-+--+---|
|  | |  |   |

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[O] nethack and orgmode

2016-03-28 Thread Jude DaShiell

| level \ row \ column \note \ |   |
|  | - |
|  |   |

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Re: [O] Orgmobile android does not work anymore (fwd)

2015-10-22 Thread Jude DaShiell



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-- Forwarded message --
Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2015 03:28:15
From: Mart van de Wege 
To: help-gnu-em...@gnu.org
Newsgroups: gnu.emacs.help
Subject: Re: Orgmobile android does not work anymore

jj.r&@gmail.con (Jean-Jacques R?torr?) writes:


I used orgmobile android mobile connected to Dropbox on my Samsung GT-S5830,
but since my change for Motorola Moto E, impossible to syncroniser.
Is orgmobile android  still maintained for android 5.0.2 ?


Do you get any useful errors? I'm using orgmobile syncing with a WebDAV
directory at home (over a VPN, but that's immaterial), and it works just
fine.

Mart

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--- AJS, quoting an uncertain source.



Re: [O] org-mode and scrum

2015-10-18 Thread Jude DaShiell
Thanks much, between the two of us I think we helped out one aspiring 
blind software engineer and others who use the archives of the nfbcs 
list later.


On Sun, 18 Oct 2015, Shakthi Kannan wrote:


Date: Sun, 18 Oct 2015 05:19:08
From: Shakthi Kannan <shakthim...@gmail.com>
To: Jude DaShiell <jdash...@panix.com>
Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Subject: Re: [O] org-mode and scrum

Hi,

--- On Sat, Oct 17, 2015 at 1:23 PM, Jude DaShiell <jdash...@panix.com> wrote:
| Have we got any software engineers on this list who use or have used
| org-mode for doing scrum?
\--

I use emacs-scrum:

 https://github.com/ianxm/emacs-scrum

SK




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[O] org-mode and scrum

2015-10-17 Thread Jude DaShiell
Have we got any software engineers on this list who use or have used 
org-mode for doing scrum?  How useable is org-mode for scrum anyway?  Over 
on nf...@nfbnet.org accessible scrum tools came up as a topic since most 
of the members of nfbcs are doing stuff with computers and are blind.  I 
perhaps mistakenly advocated use of org-mode either for a single blind 
software engineering student or that student's team and got lots of static 
back on it.  How eell-informed is that static?  The team gets to choose 
and use its own scrum tool.  grello was used last year and wasn't fully 
capable and gera was suggested but this would cost everyone on the team 
$10.00 per month to use.




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Re: [O] maybe ordered list broken

2015-09-07 Thread Jude DaShiell
It was my file that had the wrong format.  This brings up another 
couple questions.  What is the correct left margin for notes/list items 
that will take up more than a single line using ordered list mode inside 
org-mode?  A second question and if an answer or answers for this one 
exist they may be helpful for others.  Can org-mode be set so that say in 
ordered list mode when a note or list item gets beyond x margin org-mode 
will wrap lines and keep succeeding lines between the correct left margin 
for continuation lines and the x right margin?  That is, a user can type a 
list item/note on a single line or at least it appears that way to them, 
but org-mode will automatically split continuation lines correctly and 
that is how the ordered list mode will save that document.




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[O] maybe ordered list bug

2015-09-06 Thread Jude DaShiell
I am studying python to the best of my ability.  I have a file 
python_notes.org.  As of now it has 93 list entries in it which are notes.
I am unable to either add text to the 93rd note or add another list item 
which would be a note of 94) to the file.  My disk space is not wiped out 
either.  Version of org-mode came with emacs 24.51 that I'm using.  If 
anyone takes a look at this file, by now it has several lines in it.  To 
keep things brief anyone interested can look at 
http://www.panix.com/~jdashiel/python_notes.org in a few minutes since I 
have to put the file in my web space first.  What I would like to know is 
if I made any formatting mistakes that are causing this to happen and if 
not is this a bug in ordered list mode in emacs-orgmode?




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[O] Emacspeak and org mode (fwd)

2015-08-12 Thread Jude DaShiell



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Date: Wed, 12 Aug 2015 02:17:21
From: Tim Cross tcr...@une.edu.au
To: emacspeak emacsp...@cs.vassar.edu
Subject: Emacspeak and org mode
Resent-Date: Wed, 12 Aug 2015 02:29:40 -0400 (EDT)
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Dear All,

is anyone else experiencing signficant loss of functionality with =
emacspeak and org mode recently?

I=E2=80=99ve noticed that in the last week, a number of significant =
problems with org mode and emacspeak. Unfortunately, I upgraded both my =
emacspeak and org mode at about the same time, so I=E2=80=99m not sure =
whether the issue is with emacspeak or org mode.

I run the org-plus-contrib package from the org mode elpa repository. =
I=E2=80=99m running emacspeak from github.

Things I have noticed

1. When adding a note from an agenda view ie. after hittinng =E2=80=98z=E2=
=80=99, while entering the note, emacspeak just keeps repeating =
=E2=80=9Cbefore headline at position =E2=80=9D, which makes using =
the note feature near impossible
2. running org-babel-load-file to generate new code files from babel =
code is extremely slow
3. Clocking in/out in the agenda doesn=E2=80=99t seem to work correctly =
and I think is throwing an error (but it isn=E2=80=99t spoken, so I need =
to dig deeper).
4. When working in an *.org file, moving down lines withe either C-n or =
arrow down, every now and again, emacspeak speaks the top/first heading =
line instead of the line of text the cursor is at. You have to move up =
and down a few times before it will speak the line rather than the =
headline

plus a number of other issues.

I=E2=80=99m not looking for an angel to come and fix this. I=E2=80=99m =
just after any input to know if

1. anyone else seeing similar recently?
2. any clues as to whether this is due to changes in emacspeak or =
org-mode

and of course, if you have fixes/work-arounds, I=E2=80=99ll take them =
too!

regards,

Tim





Tim Cross

IT Security Manager
Information Technology Directorate

University of New England
Armidale N.S.W. 2351 Australia

Email: tcr...@une.edu.au
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[O] orgmode and R?

2015-08-03 Thread Jude DaShiell
Can the orgmode spreadsheet access R either directly or indirectly through 
maybe babel?  If this is possible, do any tutorials exist with some worked 
examples?  I have R and emacs-R-mode installed so I can access R from 
emacs at least.




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Re: [O] searching for csv utilities

2015-06-18 Thread Jude DaShiell
I spent time looking for vmode in info org using a regular expression 
search and couldn't find it either.  That capability is probably in R 
though it may be under another name.  I have emacs-ess package and R 
installed on this system though haven't used them yet.  I also found sbcl 
so if it gets too difficult to get stuff done with R I'll have an option 
open to start studying common lisp and write a mode function I can use 
with common lisp in conjunction with orgmode.


Interestingly, I did find pop_stdev() in postgresql but it turned out to 
be one of those situations like you were better off never having found 
that function since I managed to break a query that was working up until I 
added that extra code into it.  I was using aliases and pop_stdev() needs 
explicit casting to work at all for some reason.  That's what happens on 
learning curves every so often.




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[O] calc vmode function is probably broken

2015-06-04 Thread Jude DaShiell
I write that since a few minutes ago, I sorted columns 2-5 in numerical 
order with m-x org-table-sort-lines then returned to the top of file and 
did cu+cc+cc and checked the mode row and vmode still returned only zeros.




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Re: [O] searching for csv utilities

2015-06-03 Thread Jude DaShiell

Hi Jonathan,

calc has vmode if that helps any.
On Wed, 3 Jun 2015, Jonathan Leech-Pepin 
wrote:



Date: Wed, 3 Jun 2015 12:38:37
From: Jonathan Leech-Pepin jonathan.leechpe...@gmail.com
To: Jude DaShiell jdash...@panix.com
Cc: Org Mode Mailing List emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Subject: Re: [O] searching for csv utilities

On 3 June 2015 at 12:07, Jude DaShiell jdash...@panix.com wrote:


This is a piece of a modified ecm that may show what's going on.

cut here.
|--+-+++|
| Averages:| ||||
| Counts:  | ||||
| Maximums:| ||||
| Medians: | ||||
| Minimums:| ||||
| Modes:   | ||||
| Standard Deviations: | ||||
| Sums:| 108.69) | 70.45) | 66.62) | 92.93) |
|--+-+++|
#+TBLFM: @$2..@$=vmean(@I..@;%.2f)

I haven't even attempted the rest of the math since I have no way to
predict where any of the results will land.



@ means last line, @ is second to last, @ third to last and so on.
So for 7th from the bottom it would be @.

Re: PrintF specification
Everything after the =;= is considered part of the specification, so the
=)= used to close the vmean is actually part of the specification.
Changing that to =vmean();%.2f= will correct it.



For your sample ECM (plus original data and one sample line to actually
confirm median works) you would work with the following (Apologies for the
very long TBLFM line):

I was unable to find a built-in to determine the mode.  I've found sample
functions on Stack Overflow that would calculate it based on a list, but
I'm not familiar enough with Org-Table format on how to go from cell
references =@I..@II= to a list of values for the sake of manipulating them.

: | Date |Sys |Dia |Pul |  Sugar |
: |--++++|
: | [2014-04-27 Sun] |125 | 88 | 78 | 92 |
: | [2014-04-28 Mon] |102 | 88 | 86 | 92 |
: | [2014-04-29 Tue] |115 | 88 | 85 | 95 |
: |--++++|
: | Averages:| 114.00 |  88.00 |  83.00 |  93.00 |
: | Counts:  |   3.00 |   3.00 |   3.00 |   3.00 |
: | Maximums:| 125.00 |  88.00 |  86.00 |  95.00 |
: | Medians: | 115.00 |  88.00 |  85.00 |  92.00 |
: | Minimums:| 102.00 |  88.00 |  78.00 |  92.00 |
: | Modes:   |||||
: | Standard Deviations: |  11.53 |   0.00 |   4.36 |   1.73 |
: | Sums:| 342.00 | 264.00 | 249.00 | 279.00 |
: |--++++|
: #+TBLFM: @$2..@$=vsum(@I..@II);%.2f::@$2..@$=vsdev(@I..@II
);%.2f::@$2..@$=vmin(@I..@II);%.2f::@$2..@

$=vmedian(@I..@II);%.2f::@$2..@$=vmax(@I..@II);%.2f::@

$2..@$=vcount(@I..@II);%.2f::@$2..@

$=vmean(@I..@II);%.2f


Regards,
Jonathan

On Tue, 2 Jun 2015, Jonathan Leech-Pepin wrote:


 Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2015 08:04:20

From: Jonathan Leech-Pepin jonathan.leechpe...@gmail.com
To: Jude DaShiell jdash...@panix.com
Cc: Org Mode Mailing List emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Subject: Re: [O] searching for csv utilities

Hello,

On 2 June 2015 at 07:44, Jude DaShiell jdash...@panix.com wrote:

 | Date |   Sys | Dia | Pul | Sugar |

|--+---+-+-+---|
| [2014-04-27 Sun] |   125 |  88 |  78 |92 |
| [2014-04-28 Mon] |   102 |  88 |  86 |92 |
| Averages:| =$2=vmean(@..@) | | |   |
#+TBLFM: $2=$2=vmean(@..@)



The formula in question is the culprit in this case (at least as stated
there).

: $2=$2=vmean(@..@)

Second column is equal to the second column which is equal to the mean of
all the values in the second column (including the header Sys).

If you change the table as follows:

| Date |   Sys | Dia | Pul | Sugar |
|--+---+-+-+---|
| [2014-04-27 Sun] |   125 |  88 |  78 |92 |
| [2014-04-28 Mon] |   102 |  88 |  86 |92 |
|--+---+-+-+---|
| Averages:| 113.5 |  88 |  82 |92 |
#+TBLFM: @$2..@$=vmean(@I..@II)

All the values will properly compute.  If you want to avoid the second
HLINE above Averages: then change =@II= to =@= (penultimate row)

Regards,
Jon


 This is a cut down version of my full record set.  Sometimes when I key

formulas in I get ?ERROR back for a result after keying in c-c+c-c once
I've completed the formula and hit tab.  If I do c-u+c-c+c-c that
sometimes
generated ?ERROR.  Other times I key in a formula and the cursor gets
locked and I have to hit c-g to exit #+TBLFM: mode; I

Re: [O] searching for csv utilities

2015-06-03 Thread Jude DaShiell

Jonathan,

Your modified ecm in this case works.
Having applied the ecm to a larger file with seven additional 
calculation rows in it the averages are now displaying on the sums line.
I tried @-7 at the start of the #+TBLFM: line and that generated about 
as many errors as someone's first efforts at a Cobol program.
I also put a printf format string into that TBLFM: line that rounds 
averages to two decimal places and also prints out right parens at the 
end of each result.  Is that an emacs-orgmode convention?  I think the 
2$2 piece of the #+TBLFM: line tells emacs-orgmode to put that 
calculation's results on the last line of the file and in column 2.


Are these calculations elisp format?  If so, I didn't read the elisp 
section of the spreadsheet info for emacs-orgmode yet.


On Tue, 2 Jun 2015, Jonathan Leech-Pepin wrote:


Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2015 08:04:20
From: Jonathan Leech-Pepin jonathan.leechpe...@gmail.com
To: Jude DaShiell jdash...@panix.com
Cc: Org Mode Mailing List emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Subject: Re: [O] searching for csv utilities

Hello,

On 2 June 2015 at 07:44, Jude DaShiell jdash...@panix.com wrote:


| Date |   Sys | Dia | Pul | Sugar |
|--+---+-+-+---|
| [2014-04-27 Sun] |   125 |  88 |  78 |92 |
| [2014-04-28 Mon] |   102 |  88 |  86 |92 |
| Averages:| =$2=vmean(@..@) | | |   |
#+TBLFM: $2=$2=vmean(@..@)



The formula in question is the culprit in this case (at least as stated
there).

: $2=$2=vmean(@..@)

Second column is equal to the second column which is equal to the mean of
all the values in the second column (including the header Sys).

If you change the table as follows:

| Date |   Sys | Dia | Pul | Sugar |
|--+---+-+-+---|
| [2014-04-27 Sun] |   125 |  88 |  78 |92 |
| [2014-04-28 Mon] |   102 |  88 |  86 |92 |
|--+---+-+-+---|
| Averages:| 113.5 |  88 |  82 |92 |
#+TBLFM: @$2..@$=vmean(@I..@II)

All the values will properly compute.  If you want to avoid the second
HLINE above Averages: then change =@II= to =@= (penultimate row)

Regards,
Jon



This is a cut down version of my full record set.  Sometimes when I key
formulas in I get ?ERROR back for a result after keying in c-c+c-c once
I've completed the formula and hit tab.  If I do c-u+c-c+c-c that sometimes
generated ?ERROR.  Other times I key in a formula and the cursor gets
locked and I have to hit c-g to exit #+TBLFM: mode; I don't know what's
actually happening when that situation arises since other than suddenly
finding the cursor locked I can neither tell what state I'm in or if a few
more keystrokes are needed or if I've generated an error situation.

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Re: [O] searching for csv utilities

2015-06-03 Thread Jude DaShiell

This is a piece of a modified ecm that may show what's going on.

cut here.
|--+-+++|
| Averages:| ||||
| Counts:  | ||||
| Maximums:| ||||
| Medians: | ||||
| Minimums:| ||||
| Modes:   | ||||
| Standard Deviations: | ||||
| Sums:| 108.69) | 70.45) | 66.62) | 92.93) |
|--+-+++|
#+TBLFM: @$2..@$=vmean(@I..@;%.2f)

I haven't even attempted the rest of the math since I have no way to 
predict where any of the results will land.
On Tue, 2 
Jun 2015, Jonathan Leech-Pepin wrote:



Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2015 08:04:20
From: Jonathan Leech-Pepin jonathan.leechpe...@gmail.com
To: Jude DaShiell jdash...@panix.com
Cc: Org Mode Mailing List emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Subject: Re: [O] searching for csv utilities

Hello,

On 2 June 2015 at 07:44, Jude DaShiell jdash...@panix.com wrote:


| Date |   Sys | Dia | Pul | Sugar |
|--+---+-+-+---|
| [2014-04-27 Sun] |   125 |  88 |  78 |92 |
| [2014-04-28 Mon] |   102 |  88 |  86 |92 |
| Averages:| =$2=vmean(@..@) | | |   |
#+TBLFM: $2=$2=vmean(@..@)



The formula in question is the culprit in this case (at least as stated
there).

: $2=$2=vmean(@..@)

Second column is equal to the second column which is equal to the mean of
all the values in the second column (including the header Sys).

If you change the table as follows:

| Date |   Sys | Dia | Pul | Sugar |
|--+---+-+-+---|
| [2014-04-27 Sun] |   125 |  88 |  78 |92 |
| [2014-04-28 Mon] |   102 |  88 |  86 |92 |
|--+---+-+-+---|
| Averages:| 113.5 |  88 |  82 |92 |
#+TBLFM: @$2..@$=vmean(@I..@II)

All the values will properly compute.  If you want to avoid the second
HLINE above Averages: then change =@II= to =@= (penultimate row)

Regards,
Jon



This is a cut down version of my full record set.  Sometimes when I key
formulas in I get ?ERROR back for a result after keying in c-c+c-c once
I've completed the formula and hit tab.  If I do c-u+c-c+c-c that sometimes
generated ?ERROR.  Other times I key in a formula and the cursor gets
locked and I have to hit c-g to exit #+TBLFM: mode; I don't know what's
actually happening when that situation arises since other than suddenly
finding the cursor locked I can neither tell what state I'm in or if a few
more keystrokes are needed or if I've generated an error situation.

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Re: [O] searching for csv utilities

2015-06-03 Thread Jude DaShiell
First, I tried usinb multiple #+TBLFM: lines to do all of the math and 
that only did the first line of calculations which was the sums which 
appear last.  After replacing the double colons between calculation 
lines in the single line form of the #+TBLFM: line seven of the 8 lines 
worked correctly.  The vmode() function only returned zeros since the 
columns weren't sorted.  I did find a calc-sort function in the calc 
info and tried vmode(sort(@I..@II))%.2f (nested functions) and that also 
returned zeros on the mode line.  Must be some other way to use that 
function I'll have to search out.  Thanks much for the help on this 
project, it probably will be stolen from and used in other projects 
here.



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Re: [O] searching for csv utilities

2015-06-02 Thread Jude DaShiell

| Date |   Sys | Dia | Pul | Sugar |
|--+---+-+-+---|
| [2014-04-27 Sun] |   125 |  88 |  78 |92 |
| [2014-04-28 Mon] |   102 |  88 |  86 |92 |
| Averages:| =$2=vmean(@..@) | | |   |
#+TBLFM: $2=$2=vmean(@..@)

This is a cut down version of my full record set.  Sometimes when I key 
formulas in I get ?ERROR back for a result after keying in c-c+c-c once 
I've completed the formula and hit tab.  If I do c-u+c-c+c-c that 
sometimes generated ?ERROR.  Other times I key in a formula and the cursor 
gets locked and I have to hit c-g to exit #+TBLFM: mode; I don't know 
what's actually happening when that situation arises since other than 
suddenly finding the cursor locked I can neither tell what state I'm in or 
if a few more keystrokes are needed or if I've generated an error 
situation.


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[O] search for csv utilities

2015-06-01 Thread Jude DaShiell
I'll be searching for a csv table editor to replace emacs-orgmode.  I have 
concluded emacs-orgmode spreadsheet is unusable and the amount of data is 
at 400 records now and will grow.  I can export to my iPhone and use 
numbers sheets or excel in that environment to get the statistical 
calculations I need done.  A year ago, I thought since postgresql couldn't 
do population standard deviation calculations I'd be able to get that 
working with emacs-orgmode even if calc had to be used to get that done. 
I was wrong.
This sometimes doesn't mess up my notes when doing outlines and lists but 
is no longer suitable for math.



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[O] org 8.29

2015-05-30 Thread Jude DaShiell

I got #ERROR unexpectedly with:
#+TBLFM: $2=vmean(@..@)
This time all I want to calculate are averages for four columns.
I expect I'll do additional #+TBLFM: lines with additional calculations on 
them later.
I read the References section under info org spreadsheet and from what I 
read this seemed perfectly reasonable.  To my knowledge no blank lines 
exist in that vector except for the last line I created by completing the 
record above it.



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[O] pdf screen reader accessibility?

2015-04-07 Thread Jude DaShiell

Let's try this with a slightly better url.
http://webstandards.sonoma-county.org/content.aspx?sid=1014id=1123#Content
My point is blind people that go down the emacs route when learning linux 
get introduced to org-mode as part of that process.  If they colaborate 
with other blind emacs users on a job that requires them to use pdf files 
as colaboration documents, are those blind emacs and org-mode users going 
to be able to read each other's official documents and have management 
that required the use of pdf documents in the first place also able to 
read those documents?
I take it there's no problem using adobe reader on windows to read an 
org-exported pdf file.  I may have to use windows and adobe reader on 
windows and find an org-mode pdf-export file and do a full accessibility 
check on it with windows before this question gets answered.  Thanks for 
your time and interest.




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[O] couldn't find this example in info org

2015-04-06 Thread Jude DaShiell
Spreadsheet section, couldn't find equivalent of (@..@) for when you 
have table coordinates that look like c4.  Does such an equivalent exist?


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[O] pdf screen reader accessibility?

2015-04-06 Thread Jude DaShiell

http://www.adobe.com/accessibility/products.html
is a good place to start.
When a document gets written in Microsoft Word, its language is made part 
of that document.  If that document is later converted to a pdf file that 
language information is taken in by the conversion process then becomes 
the first component that starts to make screen reader accessibility of a 
pdf file possible.  Other components exist, but without that language 
attribute presence, screen reader accessibility is disabled.  Another 
major requirement is ocr scanned content pictures by themselves in pdf 
files are worthless to screen readers.  I'm using speakup over here on 
archlinux and am curious if it is now possible or some day will be 
possible for me to export to a screen reader accessible pdf file I can 
share with other screen reader users with no fear that the file won't be 
accessible.




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[O] orgmode bug capture procedure

2015-04-06 Thread Jude DaShiell
With a linux command that is defective, I can run script and get me a 
typescript file to send to an author.  Is that my best bet for capturing 
an emacs-orgmode bug?



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[O] pstdev() syntax?

2015-04-04 Thread Jude DaShiell
I used a $+TBLFM: $2=pstdev(@..@) and am none too sure that's even 
correct syntax to calculate a population standard deviation on column 2. 
What would be the syntax to make this operation also happen on columns 3-5 
as well?  I didn't get into spread notation of b2:b330 since I don't know 
the syntax for calculating a whole column in the spreadsheet format.


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[O] org-exported pdf files?

2015-04-04 Thread Jude DaShiell
Do those files by default conform to screen reader accessibility standards 
or can such files be made to conform to screen reader accessibility 
standards?  Since adobe was responsible for creating pdf files Adobe has 
screen reader accessibility standards on its website.



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[O] statistical operations with org-mode?

2015-03-29 Thread Jude DaShiell
After having read through the org-mode info on spreadsheets several times 
and having also read through the calc info a few times I have not ben able 
to get pstdev() to produce anything but errors.  Having checked over the 
data in a table, I found a couple instances where data values were missing 
so I expect this could account for the errors by itself.  In column 3 I 
put the formula =pstdev(@..@) and also tried with =pstdev($3).  What is 
the correct syntax?  I wasn't sure which if any would work after having 
done all of that reading.




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Re: [O] What to use for tables with lengthy text in cells?

2015-03-05 Thread Jude DaShiell
Why not do it this way?  An org table gets a second file created along 
with it.  That second file holds all writing going into the table.  That 
second file has a link for each cell too.  All links point to the 
original org table file and each entry in the second file at its end has 
a return link that returns the user to the original org table.  
Alternatively, all of this could be stored in the table file itself with 
perhaps only the large content cells having links to below the table 
proper area which when opened would show the longer text and provide a 
return link back to the original cell in the table.  Probably all it 
would need is a #+DATA header separating the table from the longer cells 
content area so users could know what was what when examining the file.  
If this sounds too off the wall, I had some high quality coffee this 
morning.

On Tue, 3 Mar 2015, Tory S. Anderson wrote:

 It's not a perfect solution (many of us have wished for some way of doing 
 multi-line cells in orgmode, but there's no clear solution...) but I use a 
 combination of width restraints[1] and toggle-truncate-lines, which I've 
 bound to F5. If it comes to the worst, I would probably pull out csv-mode 
 and use a CSV file. I think the problem is that there's no simple way to wrap 
 within just a cell in Emacs. 
 
 Charles C. Berry ccbe...@ucsd.edu writes:
 
  On Mon, 2 Mar 2015, Charles C. Berry wrote:
 
  On Mon, 2 Mar 2015, Matt Price wrote:
 
  I have a project which will require me to enter about a paragraph in each
  of 5 fields several times a day. I would use org tables, but I need to be
  able to see the table contents in the buffer, and org hides long lines. I
  tried using table.el but it feels incredibly clumsy - for instance, I 
  can't
  find a way to add a row to the end of the table, which seems crazy.
  
  I am wondering  what other people do in this situation - I guess I could
  use a spreadsheet or an odt document but I would much rather stay in emacs
  if I can.
 
  I sometimes use babel blocks for this purpose.
 
 
  But I did not give an example of filling in a table using that
  strategy.
 
  So here is an example of how you would use that strategy to fill out a
  table with fields that get edited. Obviously, you can use the string
  resulting from org-fill-template in other ways than in the example
  below.
 
 
  * Not exported 
  :noexport:
 
  Define a table template (and put it out of the way in a subtree that
  is not exported)
 
  #+name: tmplt
  #+BEGIN_SRC org
 | Never change me | %a|
 | %b  | Dont modify me either |
  #+END_SRC
 
  Define the fill-in cells and be sure they are not exported:
 
  #+name: pcta
  #+BEGIN_SRC org
  this is ~a~.
  #+END_SRC
 
  #+name: pctb
  #+BEGIN_SRC org
  this is *b*.
  #+END_SRC
 
 
  * This gets exported
 
  #+HEADER: :var a=pcta() :var b=pctb() :var tm=tmplt() 
  #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp :wrap latex :exports results
 (org-export-string-as
  (org-fill-template tm `((a . ,a)(b . ,b)))
  'latex t)
  #+END_SRC
 
  #+RESULTS:
  #+BEGIN_latex
  \begin{center}
  \begin{tabular}{ll}
  Never change me  this is \verb~a~.\\
  this is \textbf{b}.  Dont modify me either\\
  \end{tabular}
  \end{center}
  #+END_latex
 
  HTH,
 
  Chuck
 
 Footnotes: 
 [1]  
 http://orgmode.org/manual/Column-width-and-alignment.html#Column-width-and-alignment
 
 
 

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Twitter: @JudeDaShiell



[O] long outline entries

2015-01-22 Thread Jude DaShiell
Is there any way in org-mode to have two things happeautomatically when a 
long outline entry gets keyed into a file?  First the lines of the outline 
entry do not go beyond a defined right margin and split on spaces.  
Second, subsequent lines created by above wrapping start on a left margin 
that makes it clear to org-mode that these additional lines are all part 
of the original outline entry since they're inside the indents created by 
the stars and space that started the original outline entry?  A question 
to clarify things a little bit may help.  Let's say an entry starts with 
three stars followed by a space followed by the start of the outline item.  
In order for things to lok neat and be correct, would org-mode start a 
wrapped line from that outline item if it was longer say than 65 
characters total on line 2 and space 5?



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[O] tables question

2014-09-06 Thread Jude DaShiell
Can anything be put into a table for org-mode that will prompt a user with 
each column heading as the user tabs into that column?  I expect for 
especially large tables either horizontally or vertically this would be of 
assistance to data entry so as to prevent wrong information from getting 
into wrong columns.



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[O] bug 17524 in emacs 24.550.1

2014-08-30 Thread Jude DaShiell
I'm using archlinux which is a rolling distribution so have this version 
of emacs on my machine.  I did not experience this bug with org-mode until 
after installing eww which was not part of emacs 24.550.1 installed on 
archlinux.  I ran into it opening an org-mode table, but if I open a bash 
shell script the bug does not appear.  I did have some warnings when 
installing eww using bzr earlier.  I did not save these warnings then.  
If anyone would be interested, I could repeat that install process using 
script as a wrapper and grep all warnings and errors from the typescript 
file and post those here.

jude jdash...@shellworld.net




[O] bug16524 complication

2014-08-30 Thread Jude DaShiell
The eww branch put no code on my machine the second time I ran it.  I made 
the mistake of not configuring bzr oritinally and bzr put everything into 
a ~/trunk subdirectory.  After configuring bzr by making a repository for 
it according to the article on archwiki for bzr, the bzr command appeared 
to run normally but both the bzr.repo directory and trunk directory were 
empty upon completion.  Also, I found my .emacs had been modified by the 
original bzr process with much code I don't yet understand.  After having 
checked out th branch originally I had to run autogen.sh and then 
configure and then make and finally make install.

I had to use the --create-prefix on the init line of bzr doing 
configuration from archwiki article in otder to clear the error that came 
up (undocumented) and used $HOME as my prefix value.



jude jdash...@shellworld.net




[O] prioritizing and categorizing items in checklist

2014-08-26 Thread Jude DaShiell
I probably either messed the formatting of my list up or tried to do 
something emacs-orgmode can't yet handle.   If I have formatting problems 
could someone look this list over and let me know how to fix them?
cut here.
#+TAGS @TODO @DONE
#+LastUpdate: [2014-08-26 Tue]
* :CATEGORY:@Clotheing:
** [#A] [X] replace 4 undershirts, :DONE:
** [#A] [x] get shoehorn,  :done:
** [#B] [ ] get mittens and winter coat when available,:todo:
** [#A] [ ] get four pair compression socks,

* :CATEGORY:@hygiene:
** [#A] [/] pick up tool for gums from Dr. Serici's office was left there at 
end of appointment and they don't stock those at KMart. :done:
** [#A] [/] get mouth wash,:done:
** [#B] [ ] get floss  :todo:
* :CATEGORY:@food:
** DONE [#B] [x ] get snacks for when I don't get to soda socials,
** [#A] [ ] get restaurant phone numbers that will deliver added to Iphone,
* :CATEGORY:@technology:
** [#A] [ ] get external serial modem from staples (backup for hughesnet),
** [#A] [ ] get flat screen monitor for computer,
** [#A] [ ] get small am/fm radio for top of computer to listen to fm signals 
emitted by computer for when sighted assistance isn't available,
** [#A] [ ] At Apple Store find how many charges remain on Iphone 4s battery 
and get replacement cost for battery,
** [#A] [ ] start return process for obsolete apple computer,
** [#A] [ ] Replace obsolete Apple computer maybe with Ipad,
** [#A] [ ] November 2014 - get straight talk for Iphone,
** [#B] [ ] replace talking watch,
** [#B] [ ] get ac adapter for shortwave set from RadioShack,
** [#A] [ ] get flat screen monitor for computer,
** [#A] get small am/fm radio to listen to fm signals given off by computer and 
learn meaning of signals,
** [#A] [ ] get 2 replacement hard drives,
** [#A] [ ] Recurring check availability of any faster internet providers in 
area that
don't throttle data,
* :CATEGORY:@Retirement:
** [#A] [ ] find out from Dan what the correct Pennsylvania Withholding 
percentage is for federal retirees living in Pennsylvania; no withholding has 
yet been arranged for Pennsylvania.
** [#A] [ ] do social security card replacement paper work,
** [#A] [ ] get two pieces of mail addressed to me at current address without 
sticky labels,
** [#A] [ ] take social security card and two pieces of mail to d.m.v. and get 
Pennsylvania state id,
** [#A] [ ] November 2014 - evaluate 2015 healthcare plans,
** [#A] [ ] November 2014 - choose and change healthcare plans,
** [#B] [ ] Set up provisional budget with Jill,
*** [#B] [ ] Prepare financials for Dan,
** [#B] [ ] Find out if Dan is aware of Ed Slot and his material,
** [#B] [ ] Ask Dan for advice on best disposition of MetLife policy
containing I.R.A.
** [#B] [ ] Optimize tax avoidance for future,
** [#C] [ ] Prepare and file 2014 tax forms Maryland, Pennsylvania, and
Federal,
** [#C] [ ] Set up working budget based on work done with Dan and Jill,
* :CATEGORY:@Maintenance:
** TODO [#A] [ ] have computer cleaned out dust and fur burn motherboards,
** TODO [#A] [ ] check all hard drives for warranty expiration dates and label 
hard drives with expiration dates,



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[O] basic checklist getting more complex

2014-07-26 Thread Jude DaShiell
I put together a basic checklist for a familymember and was asked to 
categorize all items in the list and then to priortize all items in each 
category.  I've never done either of these things to a basic checklist so 
figured to ask what's the best way to do this so each item in the list 
once categorized and prioritized doesn't loose its category or priority if 
the checklist items somehow get out of order for some reason.
I could use single level headlines for categories but if the document 
looses any one of those headlines, the category structure is degraded.

If a cannonical emacs-orgmode procedure exists for doing these things and 
it's already documented I could use an url pointing to the material if 
anyone knows of one.



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Re: [O] org-drill and emacspeak (fwd)

2013-07-23 Thread Jude DaShiell


---
jude jdash...@shellworld.net
About to block another web browser version?  Ask yourself what Tim
Berners-lee would do.


-- Forwarded message --
Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2013 08:11:57
From: Bart Bunting b...@ursys.com.au
To: T. V. Raman tv.raman...@gmail.com
Cc: emacsp...@cs.vassar.edu
Subject: Re: org-drill and emacspeak
Resent-Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2013 08:12:03 -0400 (EDT)
Resent-From: emacsp...@cs.vassar.edu

Hi,

To revisit a topic that is over a year old.

I am once again trying to get org-drill to play nicely with emacspeak.

A quick refresher on what it is and where I'm up to:

Org drill is like a flash card system for org-mode.  Cards are defined
and then when org-drill is called the question is shown and then you hit
a key to reveal the answer.  At that point you are prompted to enter a
value of 0 to 5 describing how well you remembered or didn't as the case
may be.  From that info the item is rescheduled to be drilled again.
  

I have the first bit working for simple cards (there are several types
but I'm just working on the most simple case first).  So emacspeak reads
you the contents of the card.

The problem I'm now facing is that the function that is called after the
answer is revealed to ask how easily you remembered the card uses a
while loop to get input from the user and then calls read-key-sequence
to prompt and read the actual key.

As well as values 0 to 5 which exit the loop you can use arrow keys to
move around the revealed answer.  The problem appears to be that
anything that emaspeak says as you move lines or for that matter when
the answer is revealed is overridden by the prompt asking how well you
did.

As the prompt is inside the function in a while loop I can't (as far as
I can tell) just use emacspeak-speak-messages to nil as in my previous
question.

Although doing that to read-key-sequence kills the prompt and with the
addition of a couple of (emacspeak-speak-line) calls inside the
org-drill-reschedule function it half works although you of course lose the
prompt altogether and it involves editing the code rather than advising
it.

I guess that i could some how add the advice to silence
read-key-sequence in the start of the around advice to org-drill-reschedule and 
then
remove it at the end of the advice again.  Feels hairy and only half
achieves what I want.  Without adding the emacspeak-speak-line calls
inside the org-drill-reschedule function itself nothing is gained at all
really.


Sorry for the long email hope it made some sort of sense.

I've pasted the problematic defun below.  Any suggestions on how to
tackle this one
would be appreciated.

Kind regards
Bart


(defun org-drill-reschedule ()
  Returns quality rating (0-5), or nil if the user quit.
  (let ((ch nil)
(input nil)
(next-review-dates (org-drill-hypothetical-next-review-dates)))
(save-excursion
  (while (not (memq ch '(?q ?e ?0 ?1 ?2 ?3 ?4 ?5)))
(setq input (read-key-sequence
 (if (eq ch ??)
 (format 0-2 Means you have forgotten the item.
3-5 Means you have remembered the item.

0 - Completely forgot.
1 - Even after seeing the answer, it still took a bit to sink in.
2 - After seeing the answer, you remembered it.
3 - It took you awhile, but you finally remembered. (+%s days)
4 - After a little bit of thought you remembered. (+%s days)
5 - You remembered the item really easily. (+%s days)

How well did you do? (0-5, ?=help, e=edit, t=tags, q=quit)
 (round (nth 3 next-review-dates))
 (round (nth 4 next-review-dates))
 (round (nth 5 next-review-dates)))
   How well did you do? (0-5, ?=help, e=edit, t=tags, 
q=quit
(cond
 ((stringp input)
  (setq ch (elt input 0)))
 ((and (vectorp input) (symbolp (elt input 0)))
  (case (elt input 0)
(up (ignore-errors (forward-line -1)))
(down (ignore-errors (forward-line 1)))
(left (ignore-errors (backward-char)))
(right (ignore-errors (forward-char)))
(prior (ignore-errors (scroll-down))) ; pgup
(next (ignore-errors (scroll-up)  ; pgdn
 ((and (vectorp input) (listp (elt input 0))
   (eventp (elt input 0)))
  (case (car (elt input 0))
(wheel-up (ignore-errors (mwheel-scroll (elt input 0
(wheel-down (ignore-errors (mwheel-scroll (elt input 0)))
(if (eql ch ?t)
(org-set-tags-command
(cond
 ((and (= ch ?0) (= ch ?5))
  (let ((quality (- ch ?0))
(failures (org-drill-entry-failure-count)))
(unless *org-drill-cram-mode*
  (save-excursion
(org-drill-smart-reschedule quality
(nth quality next-review-dates)))
  

Re: [O] converting people to Emacs and org-mode

2013-04-23 Thread Jude DaShiell
Accessibility standards cover this area pretty thoroughly.  
http://governor.state.tx.us/disabilities/accessibledocs/ has some 
information that might be bent to emacs-orgmode's purposes.

On Tue, 23 Apr 2013, Eric S Fraga wrote:

 Bastien b...@gnu.org writes:
 
  Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes:
 
  And I've not only given up trying to convert anybody to Emacs, I have
  also given up trying to explain why a dark background with light text is
  much better on the eyes.  Too much inertia and bad practices out there
  unfortunately.
 
  On this slightly off-topic subject, an oculist told me the dark
  background did not really matter, what matters is the contrast.
  Very high and very low are not good, something inbetween (but
  he could point to a way to quantify this.)
 
 It is indeed all about contrast and the problem is that, in many
 environments, the lighting of the environment is significantly lower
 brightness than a white background screen.  YMMV, of course ;-)
 
 Note that this is for emitting devices as opposed to reflective
 surfaces, such as paper and e-readers, where black on white is better.
 
 Personally, I have problems with my eyes unfortunately and I do need to
 configure systems so that I don't end up with headaches every day.
 
 Off-topic but a very important selling point for Emacs, IMO.  It is so
 easy to change colour themes and have results that look good in
 seconds.  Contrast this with most other software where it is just plain
 difficult if not impossible to configure the colours as one would
 like.  And org mode works very well with most of the colour themes I
 have tried.
 
 Anyway, back to normal programming on this channel! :-)
 
 

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Re: [O] Org-mode documentation within Emacs

2013-04-23 Thread Jude DaShiell
If I remember, m-x org-info ought to do something.
On Tue, 23 Apr 2013, 
Suvayu Ali wrote:

 Hi Karl,
 
 On Tue, Apr 23, 2013 at 04:04:31PM +0200, Karl Voit wrote:
  
  I am using Org-mode documentation from the HTML web page all the
  time.
  
  I once got a tipp that the Org-mode documentation can be found
  within Emacs. Back then, it worked and I could navigate through Org
  docu with n/p. However, I never used this method afterwards.
 
 When in doubt Worg is your friend.
 
 http://orgmode.org/worg/org-faq.html#update-info-manual-to-latest
 
 Cheers,
 
 

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Re: [O] MobileOrg app not available in the Belgian App Store?

2013-04-09 Thread Jude DaShiell
So far as I could tell, http://mobileorg.ncogni.to/ didn't have 
mobileorg available for anything at all.  The page just announced the 
management change status of the project and that it was removed from the 
apple store.   There was I think a dropbox link on the page that wasn't 
labeled so I didn't use it to find out what it would do.  If that was 
the download link, then I missed it entirely.  It would be helpful if 
Apple store would notify people when a particular project that was 
temporarily removed from the apple store when the project is either 
permanently removed or restored to the apple store too but that doesn't 
happen either yet.

On Tue, 9 Apr 2013, Sean Escriva wrote:

 Hi All,
 
 I'm the current maintainer for the MobileOrg github repo. I'm
 currently working on getting the app back in the app store as soon as
 possible. Within 2 weeks depending on the review process, according to
 the previous maintainer that's where it got hung up before so I'll
 have to wait and see.
 
 Alex who runs the spandrel.org account is helping out as his time permits.
 
 The current release works with the latest Dropbox API and also
 provides a new option to launch in capture mode. I have been testing a
 debug build on my device for about 2 weeks and am satisfied with it
 enough to get it back in the store and available for all.
 
 Feature requests/issues/support will all be handled via github issues
 as much as possible, but feel free to contact me directly as well if
 you like.
 
 I'll send an update to the list as soon as there's any more info.
 
 Glad there's still people that find it useful!
 
 thanks,
 -sean
 
 
 On Mon, Apr 8, 2013 at 8:02 AM, Rainer M. Krug rai...@krugs.de wrote:
  Guido Van Hoecke gui...@gmail.com writes:
 
  Hi,
 
  rai...@krugs.de (Rainer M. Krug) writes:
 
  Guido Van Hoecke gui...@gmail.com writes:
 
  Guido Van Hoecke gui...@gmail.com writes:
 
  Hi Holger and David
 
  On 05/04/13 17:51, Holger Wenzel wrote:
  Hi Guido,
 
  I wanted to install the MobileOrg app on my iPhone, but iTunes claims
  that there is no such app in the Belgian App Store?!
 
  Did I miss something?
 
  did you go to http://mobileorg.ncogni.to/
  Yep, they link to the appstore, and the app is not available
 
  Yes. I think there was a problem with the Dropbox API changing. It
  looks like a patch has been submitted that fixes the issue but I think
  there was also some complication with api keys or something. The
  change-over of maintainer probably complicates things as well.
 
  Well, I got the source from GitHub and built it with XCode.
 
  Building for the Simulatore works fine. However building for the iPhone
  fails. I'll open a separate thread for that rather than highjack this
  thread.
 
  Fixed by getting latest GHUnitIOS.framework from
  https://github.com/downloads/gabriel/gh-unit/GHUnitIOS-0.5.6.zip
 
  So if you guys have access to a MAC and XCode, this is one way to get it
  on your devices :)
 
  Now the obvious question from somebody who neither has a Mac nor knows
  anything about the intricacies of the Apple app store:
 
  What is the problem at the moment with releasing the working version for
  iOS? I would really much like to have it back as I seem to be
  approaching emacs-land (first org-mode, now gnus, and next?).
 
  I'm just passing this on to mobile...@spandrel.org which is the contact
  address listed at https://github.com/mobileorg/mobileorg
 
  Great - thanks.
 
 
  Hope this helps,
 
 
  Hope so to - at least a clarification and possibley a time line.
 
  Cheers,
 
  Rainer
 
 
  Guido
 
 
  Cheers,
 
  Rainer
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Re: [O] MobileOrg app not available in the Belgian App Store?

2013-04-09 Thread Jude DaShiell
I may be able to come up with a G5 later this year have had to live 
several years without the mac mini since lightning killed it 52 days 
before Steve Jobs died.  If necessary then I'll be able to go the git 
route and use xcode.

On Tue, 9 Apr 2013, Jude DaShiell wrote:

 So far as I could tell, http://mobileorg.ncogni.to/ didn't have 
 mobileorg available for anything at all.  The page just announced the 
 management change status of the project and that it was removed from the 
 apple store.   There was I think a dropbox link on the page that wasn't 
 labeled so I didn't use it to find out what it would do.  If that was 
 the download link, then I missed it entirely.  It would be helpful if 
 Apple store would notify people when a particular project that was 
 temporarily removed from the apple store when the project is either 
 permanently removed or restored to the apple store too but that doesn't 
 happen either yet.
 
 On Tue, 9 Apr 2013, Sean Escriva wrote:
 
  Hi All,
  
  I'm the current maintainer for the MobileOrg github repo. I'm
  currently working on getting the app back in the app store as soon as
  possible. Within 2 weeks depending on the review process, according to
  the previous maintainer that's where it got hung up before so I'll
  have to wait and see.
  
  Alex who runs the spandrel.org account is helping out as his time permits.
  
  The current release works with the latest Dropbox API and also
  provides a new option to launch in capture mode. I have been testing a
  debug build on my device for about 2 weeks and am satisfied with it
  enough to get it back in the store and available for all.
  
  Feature requests/issues/support will all be handled via github issues
  as much as possible, but feel free to contact me directly as well if
  you like.
  
  I'll send an update to the list as soon as there's any more info.
  
  Glad there's still people that find it useful!
  
  thanks,
  -sean
  
  
  On Mon, Apr 8, 2013 at 8:02 AM, Rainer M. Krug rai...@krugs.de wrote:
   Guido Van Hoecke gui...@gmail.com writes:
  
   Hi,
  
   rai...@krugs.de (Rainer M. Krug) writes:
  
   Guido Van Hoecke gui...@gmail.com writes:
  
   Guido Van Hoecke gui...@gmail.com writes:
  
   Hi Holger and David
  
   On 05/04/13 17:51, Holger Wenzel wrote:
   Hi Guido,
  
   I wanted to install the MobileOrg app on my iPhone, but iTunes 
   claims
   that there is no such app in the Belgian App Store?!
  
   Did I miss something?
  
   did you go to http://mobileorg.ncogni.to/
   Yep, they link to the appstore, and the app is not available
  
   Yes. I think there was a problem with the Dropbox API changing. It
   looks like a patch has been submitted that fixes the issue but I 
   think
   there was also some complication with api keys or something. The
   change-over of maintainer probably complicates things as well.
  
   Well, I got the source from GitHub and built it with XCode.
  
   Building for the Simulatore works fine. However building for the 
   iPhone
   fails. I'll open a separate thread for that rather than highjack this
   thread.
  
   Fixed by getting latest GHUnitIOS.framework from
   https://github.com/downloads/gabriel/gh-unit/GHUnitIOS-0.5.6.zip
  
   So if you guys have access to a MAC and XCode, this is one way to get 
   it
   on your devices :)
  
   Now the obvious question from somebody who neither has a Mac nor knows
   anything about the intricacies of the Apple app store:
  
   What is the problem at the moment with releasing the working version for
   iOS? I would really much like to have it back as I seem to be
   approaching emacs-land (first org-mode, now gnus, and next?).
  
   I'm just passing this on to mobile...@spandrel.org which is the contact
   address listed at https://github.com/mobileorg/mobileorg
  
   Great - thanks.
  
  
   Hope this helps,
  
  
   Hope so to - at least a clarification and possibley a time line.
  
   Cheers,
  
   Rainer
  
  
   Guido
  
  
   Cheers,
  
   Rainer
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