Re: [O] Demoting in plain list displays asterisk as space

2018-06-26 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 26.06.2018 um 15:45 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 25.06.2018 um 13:58 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:

Hello,

Rainer Stengele  writes:


Having this item list:

- 1
- 2

with cursor in the "-2" row demoteing the item with org-shiftmetaright results 
in

- 1
 2

where the expected "  * 2" is displayed as "    2".
describe-char with cursor at the expected asterisk position reveals
that "*" is displayed as space:


I cannot reproduce it. Please check your configuration.

Regards,


Thanks, Nicolas, for doing a test.

I know already that it works with a minimal config.
My problem really is I have no clue where to start searching and would have hoped for an experienced user to give me a hint which (probably) 
org variable could let that asterisk disappear.

I find it quite difficult to find out the one culprit leading to such an effect.
I know about bisecting the .emacs init file but what about the configuartion 
variables?
Ho would you "bisect" that one?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Hi again,

I just included the (custom-set-variables ..) and ((custom-set-faces ..)
forms from my custom.el file into my mini-init.el and did not find the reason 
there so will need to bisect my init files.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer



Re: [O] Demoting in plain list displays asterisk as space

2018-06-26 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 25.06.2018 um 13:58 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:

Hello,

Rainer Stengele  writes:


Having this item list:

- 1
- 2

with cursor in the "-2" row demoteing the item with org-shiftmetaright results 
in

- 1
 2

where the expected "  * 2" is displayed as "2".
describe-char with cursor at the expected asterisk position reveals
that "*" is displayed as space:


I cannot reproduce it. Please check your configuration.

Regards,


Thanks, Nicolas, for doing a test.

I know already that it works with a minimal config.
My problem really is I have no clue where to start searching and would have hoped for an experienced user to give me a hint which (probably) 
org variable could let that asterisk disappear.

I find it quite difficult to find out the one culprit leading to such an effect.
I know about bisecting the .emacs init file but what about the configuartion 
variables?
Ho would you "bisect" that one?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




[O] Demoting in plain list displays asterisk as space

2018-06-25 Thread Rainer Stengele

Hi all,

Having this item list:

- 1
- 2

with cursor in the "-2" row demoteing the item with org-shiftmetaright results 
in

- 1
2

where the expected "  * 2" is displayed as "2".
describe-char with cursor at the expected asterisk position reveals that "*" is 
displayed as space:

-
position: 7 of 10 (60%), column: 2
character: * (displayed as *) (codepoint 42, #o52, #x2a)
preferred charset: ascii (ASCII (ISO646 IRV))
code point in charset: 0x2A
   script: latin
   syntax: _which means: symbol
 category: .:Base, a:ASCII, l:Latin, r:Roman
 to input: type "C-x 8 RET 2a" or "C-x 8 RET ASTERISK"
  buffer code: #x2A
file code: #x2A (encoded by coding system utf-8-dos)
  display: composed to form "*" (see below)

Composed by the rule:
(? )
The component character(s) are displayed by these fonts (glyph codes):
  : uniscribe:-outline-DejaVu Sans 
Mono-normal-normal-normal-mono-12-*-*-*-c-*-iso8859-1 (#x03)
See the variable ‘reference-point-alist’ for the meaning of the rule.

Character code properties: customize what to show
  name: ASTERISK
  general-category: Po (Punctuation, Other)
  decomposition: (42) ('*')

There are text properties here:
  composition  [Show]
  fontifiedt
  keymap   [Show]
  line-prefix  ""
  mouse-face   highlight
  wrap-prefix  [Show]
-

Demoting once more results in:
- 1

+

I cannot seem to find the reason why the "*" is displayed as empty char (space).
I already found out that there are no overlays at that point.
Does anybody have a hint?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] BUG: unwanted ":" in org agenda tags-todo result lines

2018-05-28 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 26.05.2018 um 12:32 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:

Hello,

Rainer Stengele  writes:


Emacs  : GNU Emacs 25.3.1 (x86_64-w64-mingw32) of 2017-09-17
Package: Org mode version 9.1.13 (release_9.1.13-763-g2621db @ 
c:/Users/rstengele/AppData/Roaming/.emacs.d/org/lisp/)

I configured a minimal Emacs startup file as here

(add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/org/lisp/")
(require 'org)
(global-set-key "\C-ca" 'org-agenda)

;; test specific settings
;; (setq org-complete-tags-always-offer-all-agenda-tags t)
(setq org-agenda-files '("~/org/bug-agenda.org"))

(setq org-agenda-custom-commands
'(("H" "tags-todo"  ;; standard Aegis view
 ((tags-todo "ACTIVE")


The file "~/org/bug-agenda.org" contains the following:

* TODO todo 1   
:ACTIVE:
SCHEDULED: <2018-05-25 Fr>
* TODO todo 2   
:ACTIVE:
SCHEDULED: <2018-05-25 Fr>


Starting with "emacs.exe -Q -l ~\mini-init.el"

the resulting agenda is this:

Headlines with TAGS match: ACTIVE
bug-agenda: TODO todo 1 : 
:ACTIVE:
bug-agenda: TODO todo 2 : 
:ACTIVE:

Please look at the ":" after the 2 todo lines. I do not know where these are 
coming from and consider them unwanted.
Can someone please recreate and try to fix this please?


Fixed. Thank you.

Regards,


Thanks, Nicolas.

works as expected now.

Regards,
Rainer



[O] BUG: unwanted ":" in org agenda tags-todo result lines

2018-05-25 Thread Rainer Stengele

Hi,

Emacs  : GNU Emacs 25.3.1 (x86_64-w64-mingw32) of 2017-09-17
Package: Org mode version 9.1.13 (release_9.1.13-763-g2621db @ 
c:/Users/rstengele/AppData/Roaming/.emacs.d/org/lisp/)

I configured a minimal Emacs startup file as here

--8<---cut here---start->8---
(add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/org/lisp/")
(require 'org)
(global-set-key "\C-ca" 'org-agenda)

;; test specific settings
;; (setq org-complete-tags-always-offer-all-agenda-tags t)
(setq org-agenda-files '("~/org/bug-agenda.org"))

(setq org-agenda-custom-commands
  '(("H" "tags-todo"  ;; standard Aegis view
 ((tags-todo "ACTIVE")
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

The file "~/org/bug-agenda.org" contains the following:

--8<---cut here---start->8---
* TODO todo 1   
:ACTIVE:
  SCHEDULED: <2018-05-25 Fr>
* TODO todo 2   
:ACTIVE:
  SCHEDULED: <2018-05-25 Fr>
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Starting with "emacs.exe -Q -l ~\mini-init.el"

the resulting agenda is this:

--8<---cut here---start->8---
Headlines with TAGS match: ACTIVE
  bug-agenda: TODO todo 1 : :ACTIVE:
  bug-agenda: TODO todo 2 : :ACTIVE:
--8<---cut here---end--->8---

Please look at the ":" after the 2 todo lines. I do not know where these are 
coming from and consider them unwanted.
Can someone please recreate and try to fix this please?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer





Re: [O] error while creating agenda clocktable

2018-04-27 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 27.04.2018 um 15:47 schrieb Bastien:

Hi Rainer,

Rainer Stengele <rainer.steng...@online.de> writes:


I will copy the new function and modify it to fit my needs.


Thanks for this - please share your experience so that we can better
guide people in updating their code.

The only backward-incompatible change is that :tags is now :match
and :tags can now be nil or t to allow to insert tags.

You might also want to test the new feature.

Thanks,


Hi Bastien,

thanks for the request, I am glad to do do.

What I really want is a very simple clocktable in my agenda view:

Only 2 columns, CATEGORY, the total clocked time and the sum of clocked time 
for each CATEGORY in the agenda view.
Using the standard org-clocktable-write-default I see this:

|---+---+---+--|
|   | GESAMT| *Gesamtdauer*   | 
*2:45* |
|---+---+---+--|
| Projectmanagement.org | *Dateizeit* | * |
* |
|   | project 1 | *project 1: Projektmanagement*  | 
0:15 |
|   | project 2 | *project 2: Projektmanagement*  | 
1:15 |
..

..
my goal is to end up with column 2 and 4:

|---+--|
| CATEGORY  | *2:45* |
|---+--|
| *Dateizeit* |* |
| project 1 | 0:15 |
| project 2 | 1:15 |

as I only use 1 project org file and only 1 headline under which I clock my 
project time.
I would of course be more than happy to have new clocktable options to inhibit the filename column and also the headline lock column, not 
sure how that is named in the code.


In the past I just copied the org-clocktable-write-default and modified it 
brutally in order to just output my 2 needed columns.
That of course makes it sensitive to code changes..

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer



Re: [O] error while creating agenda clocktable

2018-04-27 Thread Rainer Stengele

Hi Bastien,

I see that org-clocktable-write-default has been modified quite a bit.
I will copy the new function and modify it to fit my needs.

So please consider this case closed.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer

Am 27.04.2018 um 14:05 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Hi Bastien,

I am addressing you because I read that something changed with the agenda 
clocktables.
Maybe related to that E-Mail:

Subject: Re: agenda clockreport -- include tags?
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2018 01:34:50 +0200

After updating today I cannot get the agenda clocktable anymore.
I use my own formatter function rst/org-clocktable-write-default, which worked 
fine before.

Can you please look into this?

Error message see here:


Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument listp 15)
   assoc("CATEGORY" 15)
   (cdr (assoc p (nth 4 entry)))
   (or (cdr (assoc p (nth 4 entry))) "")
   (closure ((tcol) (narrow-cut-p) (content) (recalc) (headline . #("*Helbako-RO-BMW: Projektmanagement*" 0 1 (:org-clock-minutes 15 
wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "Helbako-RO-BMW" invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline 
t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t) 1 34 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category 
"Helbako-RO-BMW" org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t) 34 35 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 
2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "Helbako-RO-BMW" keymap (keymap (down-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (drag-mouse-3 . 
org-mouse-move-tree) (C-down-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (C-drag-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree) (follow-link . mouse-face) 
(mouse-3) (mouse-2 . org-open-at-mouse)) mouse-face highlight invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold 
org-level-1) fontified t))) (entry 1 #("*Helbako-RO-BMW: Projektmanagement*" 0 1 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face 
org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "Helbako-RO-BMW" invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) 
fontified t) 1 34 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "Helbako-RO-BMW" org-emphasis 
t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t) 34 35 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) 
line-prefix "" org-category "Helbako-RO-BMW" keymap (keymap (down-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (drag-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree) 
(C-down-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (C-drag-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree) (follow-link . mouse-face) (mouse-3) (mouse-2 . 
org-open-at-mouse)) mouse-face highlight invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t)) nil 
nil 15 (("CATEGORY" . "Helbako-RO-BMW"))) (entries (1 #("*Waltron: Projektmanagement*" 0 1 (:org-clock-minutes 75 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 
(face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "Waltron" invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) 
fontified t) 1 27 (:org-clock-minutes 75 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "Waltron" org-emphasis t 
font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t) 27 28 (:org-clock-minutes 75 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) 
line-prefix "" org-category "Waltron" keymap (keymap (down-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (drag-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree) 
(C-down-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (C-drag-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree) (follow-link . mouse-face) (mouse-3) (mouse-2 . 
org-open-at-mouse)) mouse-face highlight invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t)) nil 
nil 75 (("CATEGORY" . "Waltron"))) (1 #("*00 - Project Managament - general*" 0 1 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face 
org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "PM - daily" invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) 
fontified t) 1 34 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "PM - daily" org-emphasis t 
font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t) 34 35 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) 
line-prefix "" org-category "PM - daily" keymap (keymap (down-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (drag-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree) 
(C-down-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (C-drag-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree) (follow-link . mouse-face) (mouse-3) (

[O] error while creating agenda clocktable

2018-04-27 Thread Rainer Stengele

Hi Bastien,

I am addressing you because I read that something changed with the agenda 
clocktables.
Maybe related to that E-Mail:

Subject: Re: agenda clockreport -- include tags?
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2018 01:34:50 +0200

After updating today I cannot get the agenda clocktable anymore.
I use my own formatter function rst/org-clocktable-write-default, which worked 
fine before.

Can you please look into this?

Error message see here:


Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument listp 15)
  assoc("CATEGORY" 15)
  (cdr (assoc p (nth 4 entry)))
  (or (cdr (assoc p (nth 4 entry))) "")
  (closure ((tcol) (narrow-cut-p) (content) (recalc) (headline . #("*Helbako-RO-BMW: Projektmanagement*" 0 1 (:org-clock-minutes 15 
wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "Helbako-RO-BMW" invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline 
t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t) 1 34 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category 
"Helbako-RO-BMW" org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t) 34 35 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 
2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "Helbako-RO-BMW" keymap (keymap (down-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (drag-mouse-3 . 
org-mouse-move-tree) (C-down-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (C-drag-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree) (follow-link . mouse-face) 
(mouse-3) (mouse-2 . org-open-at-mouse)) mouse-face highlight invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold 
org-level-1) fontified t))) (entry 1 #("*Helbako-RO-BMW: Projektmanagement*" 0 1 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face 
org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "Helbako-RO-BMW" invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) 
fontified t) 1 34 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "Helbako-RO-BMW" org-emphasis 
t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t) 34 35 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) 
line-prefix "" org-category "Helbako-RO-BMW" keymap (keymap (down-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (drag-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree) 
(C-down-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (C-drag-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree) (follow-link . mouse-face) (mouse-3) (mouse-2 . 
org-open-at-mouse)) mouse-face highlight invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t)) nil 
nil 15 (("CATEGORY" . "Helbako-RO-BMW"))) (entries (1 #("*Waltron: Projektmanagement*" 0 1 (:org-clock-minutes 75 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 
(face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "Waltron" invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) 
fontified t) 1 27 (:org-clock-minutes 75 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "Waltron" org-emphasis t 
font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t) 27 28 (:org-clock-minutes 75 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) 
line-prefix "" org-category "Waltron" keymap (keymap (down-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (drag-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree) 
(C-down-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (C-drag-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree) (follow-link . mouse-face) (mouse-3) (mouse-2 . 
org-open-at-mouse)) mouse-face highlight invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t)) nil 
nil 75 (("CATEGORY" . "Waltron"))) (1 #("*00 - Project Managament - general*" 0 1 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face 
org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "PM - daily" invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) 
fontified t) 1 34 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "PM - daily" org-emphasis t 
font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t) 34 35 (:org-clock-minutes 15 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) 
line-prefix "" org-category "PM - daily" keymap (keymap (down-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (drag-mouse-3 . org-mouse-move-tree) 
(C-down-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree-start) (C-drag-mouse-1 . org-mouse-move-tree) (follow-link . mouse-face) (mouse-3) (mouse-2 . 
org-open-at-mouse)) mouse-face highlight invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t)) nil 
nil 15 (("CATEGORY" . "PM - daily"))) (1 #("*00 - PM Special*" 0 1 (:org-clock-minutes 60 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) 
line-prefix "" org-category "PM - special" invisible org-link org-emphasis t font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t) 1 16 
(:org-clock-minutes 60 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) line-prefix "" org-category "PM - special" org-emphasis t 
font-lock-multiline t face (bold org-level-1) fontified t) 16 17 (:org-clock-minutes 60 wrap-prefix #("* " 0 2 (face org-indent)) 
line-prefix "" org-category "PM - special" keymap 

Re: [O] Bug: org-agenda no more aligns tags to the set column

2018-04-25 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 25.04.2018 um 00:02 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:

Hello,

Rainer Stengele <rainer.steng...@online.de> writes:


running latest Org mode version 9.1.11 (release_9.1.11-620-ga548e4
my agenda views do no more align tags at the set column org-agenda-tags-column.
Tags are added directly after the agenda item subject.
I think this has recently changed. Did I miss a changed setting or is
this a bug?


It would be a bug, but I cannot reproduce it. Do you have an ECM?

Regards,


Ok, thanks for checking.

Please change org-agenda-tags-column to something other than the default, for 
example -160.
Does the standard agenda ("C-c a a") respect the variable in your case?
It doesn't seem to in my setting.

Thanks and regards,
Rainer



[O] Bug: org-agenda no more aligns tags to the set column

2018-04-24 Thread Rainer Stengele

Hi,

running latest Org mode version 9.1.11 (release_9.1.11-620-ga548e4
my agenda views do no more align tags at the set column org-agenda-tags-column.
Tags are added directly after the agenda item subject.
I think this has recently changed. Did I miss a changed setting or is this a 
bug?

Regards,
Rainer




[O] [Bug] org agenda does not display clock entries after jumping with "j" to another day

2018-04-17 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 11.04.2018 um 11:50 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

All,

I have a simple Org file with this content:

* TODO Test agenda clockings
   CLOCK: [2018-04-11 Mi 11:30]--[2018-04-11 Mi 11:45] =>  0:15
   CLOCK: [2018-04-10 Di 11:30]--[2018-04-10 Di 11:45] =>  0:15
   CLOCK: [2018-04-09 Mo 11:30]--[2018-04-09 Mo 11:45] =>  0:15
   CLOCK: [2018-04-08 So 11:30]--[2018-04-08 So 11:45] =>  0:15

Starting the agenda with "C-c a a" the clock entry from today is displayed 
correctly:


Day-agenda (W15):
Mittwoch   11 April 2018
     9:00..    
   test:    11:30-11:45    Clocked:   (0:15) TODO    Test 
agenda clockings


Scrolling through the days with "b" and "f" displays the entries correctly for 
the 4 days.
Now jumping to April 10th with "j" and selecting one of the 4 days displays an 
empty agenda:


Day-agenda (W15):


Now also scrolling through days with "f" and "b" does no more display the clock 
entries.
The same is true for weeks view. After jumping with "j" the clocked entries 
disappear.

I believe this is a bug.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer



Hi all,

I use
Org mode version 9.1.9 (release_9.1.9-586-g361704
under Windows.
Do I need to provide anything else in order for this to be looked into?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer



[O] Bug? org agenda does not display clock entries after jumping with "j" to another day

2018-04-11 Thread Rainer Stengele

All,

I have a simple Org file with this content:

* TODO Test agenda clockings
  CLOCK: [2018-04-11 Mi 11:30]--[2018-04-11 Mi 11:45] =>  0:15
  CLOCK: [2018-04-10 Di 11:30]--[2018-04-10 Di 11:45] =>  0:15
  CLOCK: [2018-04-09 Mo 11:30]--[2018-04-09 Mo 11:45] =>  0:15
  CLOCK: [2018-04-08 So 11:30]--[2018-04-08 So 11:45] =>  0:15

Starting the agenda with "C-c a a" the clock entry from today is displayed 
correctly:


Day-agenda (W15):
Mittwoch   11 April 2018
9:00..
  test:11:30-11:45Clocked:   (0:15) TODOTest 
agenda clockings


Scrolling through the days with "b" and "f" displays the entries correctly for 
the 4 days.
Now jumping to April 10th with "j" and selecting one of the 4 days displays an 
empty agenda:


Day-agenda (W15):


Now also scrolling through days with "f" and "b" does no more display the clock 
entries.
The same is true for weeks view. After jumping with "j" the clocked entries 
disappear.

I believe this is a bug.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer








Re: [O] executing org-table TBLFM form changes (resets) language settings

2018-03-05 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 31.01.2018 um 12:08 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:

Hello,

Rainer Stengele <rainer.steng...@online.de> writes:


I set the variables in my .emacs:

(defvar math-short-weekday-names '( "So" "Mo" "Di" "Mi" "Do" "Fr" "Sa" ))


Shouldn't it be (setq math-short-weekday-names '("So" ...))


Very strange, no clue why that happens.


No clue either. Calc is pretty foreign to me. You may want to ask Emacs
devel ML.

Regards,


Hi,

as nobody answered my calc question neither here nor in the emacs user group I 
am now using a work around.
I rearranged my timestamp table from

| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   |  Stunden |  delta(x,16) | 
Anm. |
|---+---+--+--+--|
| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |19.00 | 3.00 | 
 |
#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

to

| IM Startzeit -- IM Endezeit  | Stunden - Min String |  Delta 
| Anm. |
|--+--++--|
| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30]--[2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |19.00 |   3.00 
|  |
#+TBLFM: $2='(rst/org-evaluate-time-range)::$3=$2-16.0; %.2f

I copied org-evaluate-time-range to rst/org-evaluate-time-range and modified the output slightly to give me a %2.2f hours based time range 
delta. Brutal, but works.


Thank you.
Regards, Rainer


(defun rst/org-evaluate-time-range ( to-buffer)
  "Evaluate a time range by computing the difference between start and end.
Normally the result is just printed in the echo area, but with prefix arg
TO-BUFFER, the result is inserted just after the date stamp into the buffer.
If the time range is actually in a table, the result is inserted into the
next column.
For time difference computation, a year is assumed to be exactly 365
days in order to avoid rounding problems."
  (interactive "P")
  (or
   (org-clock-update-time-maybe)
   (save-excursion
 (unless (org-at-date-range-p t)
   (goto-char (point-at-bol))
   (re-search-forward org-tr-regexp-both (point-at-eol) t))
 (unless (org-at-date-range-p t)
   (user-error "Not at a time-stamp range, and none found in current 
line")))
   (let* ((ts1 (match-string 1))
  (ts2 (match-string 2))
  (havetime (or (> (length ts1) 15) (> (length ts2) 15)))
  (match-end (match-end 0))
  (time1 (org-time-string-to-time ts1))
  (time2 (org-time-string-to-time ts2))
  (t1 (float-time time1))
  (t2 (float-time time2))
  (diff (abs (- t2 t1)))
  (negative (< (- t2 t1) 0))
  ;; (ys (floor (* 365 24 60 60)))
  (ds (* 24 60 60))
  (hs (* 60 60))
  (fy "%dy %dd %02d:%02d")
  (fy1 "%dy %dd")
  (fd "%dd %02d:%02d")
  (fd1 "%dd")
  (fh "%02d:%02d")
  y d h m align)
 (if havetime
 (setq ; y (floor (/ diff ys))  diff (mod diff ys)
  y 0
  d (floor (/ diff ds))  diff (mod diff ds)
  h (floor (/ diff hs))  diff (mod diff hs)
  m (floor (/ diff 60)))
   (setq ; y (floor (/ diff ys))  diff (mod diff ys)
y 0
d (floor (+ (/ diff ds) 0.5))
h 0 m 0))
 (if (not to-buffer)
 ;; RST changes here:
 ;; (message "%s" (org-make-tdiff-string y d h m))
 (message "%2.2f" (+ (* 24 d) h (/ m 60.0)))
   (if (org-at-table-p)
   (progn
 (goto-char match-end)
 (setq align t)
 (and (looking-at " *|") (goto-char (match-end 0
 (goto-char match-end))
   (when (looking-at
  "\\( *-? *[0-9]+y\\)?\\( *[0-9]+d\\)? *[0-9][0-9]:[0-9][0-9]")
 (replace-match ""))
   (when negative (insert " -"))
   (if (> y 0) (insert " " (format (if havetime fy fy1) y d h m))
 (if (> d 0) (insert " " (format (if havetime fd fd1) d h m))
   (insert " " (format fh h m
   (when align (org-table-align))
   (message "Time difference inserted")



Re: [O] executing org-table TBLFM form changes (resets) language settings

2018-01-31 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 30.01.2018 um 22:07 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:

Hello,

Rainer Stengele <rainer.steng...@online.de> writes:


has anybody an idea? Each time I calculate a time diff in an Org table
I trigger the wrong creation of any org timestamp as the date language
has changed. Full restart of Emacs needed right now :(.


Would setting `math-short-weekday-names' help?

Regards,


Hello,

I set the variables in my .emacs:

(defvar math-short-weekday-names '( "So" "Mo" "Di" "Mi" "Do" "Fr" "Sa" ))

Now the TBLFMT line creates #ERROR entries!
Very strange, no clue why that happens.

Regards,
Rainer



Re: [O] executing org-table TBLFM form changes (resets) language settings

2018-01-30 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 29.01.2018 um 08:49 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 26.01.2018 um 10:46 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 25.01.2018 um 20:27 schrieb Nick Dokos:

Rainer Stengele <rainer.steng...@online.de> writes:


All,

My current-language-environment is "German".
Having an Org table with a TBLFM attached:

| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   | Stunden | 
delta(x,16) | Anm. |
|---+---+-+-+--| 

| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |   19.00 |
3.00 |  |
|   |   | 
| |  |


#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

entering a new timestamp correctly inserts German dayname abbrevs: 
("Do", German for "Thu", English):


| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   | Stunden | 
delta(x,16) | Anm. |
|---+---+-+-+--| 

| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |   19.00 |
3.00 |  |
| [2018-01-25 Do 14:19] |   | 
| |  |


#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

Executing the TBLFM line with C-c C-c changes (resets) the language 
environment to English.


Now inserting a timestamp inserts "Thu" instead of "Do", that is it 
uses the English day name abbrevs:


| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   |  Stunden |  
delta(x,16) | Anm. |
|---+---+--+--+--| 

| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |    19.00 
| 3.00 |  |
| [2018-01-25 Thu 14:21]|   |  
|  |  |


#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

Believe me it took me some time to find out what action in Emacs 
changes the whole lang environment.


Is that a bug or is there a language setting in the TBLFM form?

Thanks for any hint.

Regards,
Rainer



I can reproduce this if I start emacs like this:

    emacs -q -l ~/src/minimal/min.org.el /tmp/dates.org &

set the language environment inside emacs and then do C-c C-c on the 
TBLFM line

and try to add another date.

I cannot reproduce it when invoking emacs like this:

    LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 emacs -q -l ~/src/minimal/min.org.el /tmp/dates.org

so it seems you are right that in the first case, something changes 
the language

environment.


Hi Nick,

thanks for confirming.
I am running under Windows and cannot apply your environment setting 
like this.


Does anyboday have a chance to correct the misbehaviour in the TBLFM 
table code that changes the language settings?

I will not be able to do it on my own.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Hi again,

I found out that it is the "date" function that changes the language 
settings. TBLFM lines without date calc don't change the behaviour.
May I please ask a calc expert to look into that function and 
investigate the unwanted behaviour.
I am also not sure how to easily reset the language setting manually to 
the correct one.

Can someone give me a hint please.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Hi again,

has anybody an idea? Each time I calculate a time diff in an Org table I 
trigger the wrong creation of any org timestamp as the date language has 
changed. Full restart of Emacs needed right now :(.


Regards, Rainer



Re: [O] executing org-table TBLFM form changes (resets) language settings

2018-01-28 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 26.01.2018 um 10:46 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 25.01.2018 um 20:27 schrieb Nick Dokos:

Rainer Stengele <rainer.steng...@online.de> writes:


All,

My current-language-environment is "German".
Having an Org table with a TBLFM attached:

| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   | Stunden | delta(x,16) | Anm. |
|---+---+-+-+--|
| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |   19.00 |    3.00 |  |
|   |   | | |  |

#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

entering a new timestamp correctly inserts German dayname abbrevs: ("Do", German for 
"Thu", English):

| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   | Stunden | delta(x,16) | Anm. |
|---+---+-+-+--|
| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |   19.00 |    3.00 |  |
| [2018-01-25 Do 14:19] |   | | |  |

#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

Executing the TBLFM line with C-c C-c changes (resets) the language environment 
to English.

Now inserting a timestamp inserts "Thu" instead of "Do", that is it uses the 
English day name abbrevs:

| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   |  Stunden |  delta(x,16) | 
Anm. |
|---+---+--+--+--|
| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |    19.00 | 3.00 | 
 |
| [2018-01-25 Thu 14:21]|   |  |  | 
 |

#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

Believe me it took me some time to find out what action in Emacs changes the 
whole lang environment.

Is that a bug or is there a language setting in the TBLFM form?

Thanks for any hint.

Regards,
Rainer



I can reproduce this if I start emacs like this:

    emacs -q -l ~/src/minimal/min.org.el /tmp/dates.org &

set the language environment inside emacs and then do C-c C-c on the TBLFM line
and try to add another date.

I cannot reproduce it when invoking emacs like this:

    LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 emacs -q -l ~/src/minimal/min.org.el /tmp/dates.org

so it seems you are right that in the first case, something changes the language
environment.


Hi Nick,

thanks for confirming.
I am running under Windows and cannot apply your environment setting like this.

Does anyboday have a chance to correct the misbehaviour in the TBLFM table code 
that changes the language settings?
I will not be able to do it on my own.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Hi again,

I found out that it is the "date" function that changes the language settings. 
TBLFM lines without date calc don't change the behaviour.
May I please ask a calc expert to look into that function and investigate the 
unwanted behaviour.
I am also not sure how to easily reset the language setting manually to the 
correct one.
Can someone give me a hint please.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] executing org-table TBLFM form changes (resets) language settings

2018-01-26 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 25.01.2018 um 20:27 schrieb Nick Dokos:

Rainer Stengele <rainer.steng...@online.de> writes:


All,

My current-language-environment is "German".
Having an Org table with a TBLFM attached:

| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   | Stunden | delta(x,16) | Anm. |
|---+---+-+-+--|
| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |   19.00 |3.00 |  |
|   |   | | |  |

#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

entering a new timestamp correctly inserts German dayname abbrevs: ("Do", German for 
"Thu", English):

| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   | Stunden | delta(x,16) | Anm. |
|---+---+-+-+--|
| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |   19.00 |3.00 |  |
| [2018-01-25 Do 14:19] |   | | |  |

#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

Executing the TBLFM line with C-c C-c changes (resets) the language environment 
to English.

Now inserting a timestamp inserts "Thu" instead of "Do", that is it uses the 
English day name abbrevs:

| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   |  Stunden |  delta(x,16) | 
Anm. |
|---+---+--+--+--|
| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |19.00 | 3.00 | 
 |
| [2018-01-25 Thu 14:21]|   |  |  | 
 |

#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

Believe me it took me some time to find out what action in Emacs changes the 
whole lang environment.

Is that a bug or is there a language setting in the TBLFM form?

Thanks for any hint.

Regards,
Rainer



I can reproduce this if I start emacs like this:

emacs -q -l ~/src/minimal/min.org.el /tmp/dates.org &

set the language environment inside emacs and then do C-c C-c on the TBLFM line
and try to add another date.

I cannot reproduce it when invoking emacs like this:

LANG=de_DE.UTF-8 emacs -q -l ~/src/minimal/min.org.el /tmp/dates.org

so it seems you are right that in the first case, something changes the language
environment.


Hi Nick,

thanks for confirming.
I am running under Windows and cannot apply your environment setting like this.

Does anyboday have a chance to correct the misbehaviour in the TBLFM table code 
that changes the language settings?
I will not be able to do it on my own.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer



[O] executing org-table TBLFM form changes (resets) language settings

2018-01-25 Thread Rainer Stengele

All,

My current-language-environment is "German".
Having an Org table with a TBLFM attached:

| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   | Stunden | delta(x,16) | Anm. |
|---+---+-+-+--|
| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |   19.00 |3.00 |  |
|   |   | | |  |
#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

entering a new timestamp correctly inserts German dayname abbrevs: ("Do", German for 
"Thu", English):

| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   | Stunden | delta(x,16) | Anm. |
|---+---+-+-+--|
| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |   19.00 |3.00 |  |
| [2018-01-25 Do 14:19] |   | | |  |
#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

Executing the TBLFM line with C-c C-c changes (resets) the language environment 
to English.

Now inserting a timestamp inserts "Thu" instead of "Do", that is it uses the 
English day name abbrevs:

| IM Startzeit  | IM Endezeit   |  Stunden |  delta(x,16) | 
Anm. |
|---+---+--+--+--|
| [2018-01-22 Mo 19:30] | [2018-01-23 Di 14:30] |19.00 | 3.00 | 
 |
| [2018-01-25 Thu 14:21]|   |  |  | 
 |
#+TBLFM: $3=24*(date(<$2>)-date(<$1>)); %.2f::$4=$3-16.0; %.2f

Believe me it took me some time to find out what action in Emacs changes the 
whole lang environment.

Is that a bug or is there a language setting in the TBLFM form?

Thanks for any hint.

Regards,
Rainer




Re: [O] specify different agenda item colors for different custom agenda views

2018-01-02 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 19.12.2017 um 14:32 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Hi all,

I cannot seem to find a way how to customise colors in custom org agenda blocks.
I have 2 agenda views, both drawing from different set of org files.
I would like to have different org-agenda-done faces for the 2 views.

Can anyone give me a hint please.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




These posts which stay unanswered - either they are too stupid or too 
complicated?!
Anybody an idea, a hint?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




[O] specify different agenda item colors for different custom agenda views

2017-12-19 Thread Rainer Stengele

Hi all,

I cannot seem to find a way how to customise colors in custom org agenda blocks.
I have 2 agenda views, both drawing from different set of org files.
I would like to have different org-agenda-done faces for the 2 views.

Can anyone give me a hint please.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




[O] http://orgmode.org/org.html "Short Contents" links seem to be broken

2017-12-18 Thread Rainer Stengele

Hi,

opening http://orgmode.org/org.html and clicking on one of the "Short Contents"
links does not jump to the target. I use Chrome under Windows.
Can anybody confirm please this as bug in the html manual or tell me it's my 
local problem.
BTW, the dynamic right sided pop up toc does include working links.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] DEADLINE ignored?

2017-12-14 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 14.12.2017 um 16:39 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:

Rainer Stengele <rainer.steng...@online.de> writes:


I am concerned hearing you say "sheer luck" because I am relying on such double 
entries, which seem to have worked well in the past:

* TODO [#A] Change tyres spring/autumn
DEADLINE: <2018-05-01 Di> SCHEDULED: <2018-04-21 Sa +1y>
DEADLINE: <2018-11-10 Sa> SCHEDULED: <2018-11-03 Sa +1y>

So is that working only by sheer luck?


Definitely. Planning info is a single line, right below the heading.
Most related code relies on that assumption.

Regards,



Thanks for clarifying, I will adjust and use multiple tasks.

Regards
Rainer



Re: [O] DEADLINE ignored?

2017-12-14 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 14.12.2017 um 14:41 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:

Hello,

Rainer Stengele <rainer.steng...@online.de> writes:


it looks like

* TODO task
DEADLINE: <2017-12-14 Do>
SCHEDULED: <2017-12-14 Do>

will find the DEADLINE and SCHEDULE timestamp and display correctly in
the agenda while


Sheer luck, I would say.


* TODO task
SCHEDULED: <2017-12-14 Do>
DEADLINE: <2017-12-14 Do>

will still find the SCHEDULED tinestamp but no more the DEADLINE.
I had this sequence in my org templates in the past and had no issues as far as 
I remember.
Has this behaviour changed?


I cannot remember Org supporting this syntax, actually. I don't think
anything changed.


Freshly creating a new SCHEDULED and DEADLINED timestamp results in the 
structure below.
Do all tasks now need to have both items in the same line like here:

* TODO task
SCHEDULED: <2017-12-14 Do> DEADLINE: <2017-12-14 Do>


They do, but it's not new.

Regards,


Thanks, Nicolas.

I am concerned hearing you say "sheer luck" because I am relying on such double 
entries, which seem to have worked well in the past:

* TODO [#A] Change tyres spring/autumn
DEADLINE: <2018-05-01 Di> SCHEDULED: <2018-04-21 Sa +1y>
DEADLINE: <2018-11-10 Sa> SCHEDULED: <2018-11-03 Sa +1y>

So is that working only by sheer luck?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer



Re: [O] DEADLINE ignored?

2017-12-14 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 04.09.2017 um 12:21 schrieb Eric S Fraga:

On Monday,  4 Sep 2017 at 12:08, Pdj wrote:

Hello, I am observing this (funky?) behavior:
in the agenda, the deadline seems to be identified only if it
immediately follows the headline, and it is ignored otherwise.
Am I missing something?   Thank you, Paolo.


You are not missing something.  As the manual says:

 A timestamp may be preceded by special keywords to facilitate
 planning.  Both the timestamp and the keyword have to be positioned
 immediately after the task they refer to.

I guess immediately means not even a blank line.


Hi,

it looks like

* TODO task
DEADLINE: <2017-12-14 Do>
SCHEDULED: <2017-12-14 Do>

will find the DEADLINE and SCHEDULE timestamp and display correctly in the 
agenda while

* TODO task
SCHEDULED: <2017-12-14 Do>
DEADLINE: <2017-12-14 Do>

will still find the SCHEDULED tinestamp but no more the DEADLINE.
I had this sequence in my org templates in the past and had no issues as far as 
I remember.
Has this behaviour changed?

Freshly creating a new SCHEDULED and DEADLINED timestamp results in the 
structure below.
Do all tasks now need to have both items in the same line like here:

* TODO task
SCHEDULED: <2017-12-14 Do> DEADLINE: <2017-12-14 Do>

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer

Org mode version 9.1.4 (release_9.1.4-206-g4b80c6.dirty ..



Re: [O] erroneously extracting a timestamps from a TODO subject - SOLVED

2017-11-13 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 13.11.2017 um 15:07 schrieb Eric S Fraga:

On Monday, 13 Nov 2017 at 13:12, Rainer Stengele wrote:

Hi,

I have this TODO in my Org file:

*** TODO Chapter 7:21-23 - text 
:@HOME:
 SCHEDULED: <2017-11-13 Mo>

my related agenda shows this:

Montag 13 November 2017 W46
   Privat:   7:21..Scheduled:  TODO Chapter -23 - text

It seems that the agenda in a strange way extracts the timestamp
"7:21" from "7:21-23 -text" but leaves "-23 -test" as the TODO
subject.  Could this be a bug?


If you don't want org to search for times in the headline, check out
org-agenda-search-headline-for-time.

It is probably very difficult to define a pattern that excludes examples
like yours from being parsed for a time when it shouldn't...


Hi Eric,

thanks, that solved it.
I was searching all variable names including "org" and "agenda" and "timestamp" 
(thanks to helm-apropos) so missed that one.

Regards,
Rainer



[O] erroneously extracting a timestamps from a TODO subject

2017-11-13 Thread Rainer Stengele

Hi,

I have this TODO in my Org file:

*** TODO Chapter 7:21-23 - text 
:@HOME:
SCHEDULED: <2017-11-13 Mo>

my related agenda shows this:

Montag 13 November 2017 W46
  Privat:   7:21..Scheduled:  TODO Chapter -23 - text

It seems that the agenda in a strange way extracts the timestamp "7:21" from "7:21-23 - 
text" but leaves "-23 - test" as the TODO subject.
Could this be a bug?

The agenda I use is this one as an excerpt from my org-agenda-custom-commands:

..
("p1" "PRIVATE agenda -  7 days - prio A,B todos - sorted prio up" ;;
 (
  (agenda "prio ABC agenda"
  (
   (org-agenda-start-with-log-mode t)
   (org-agenda-skip-scheduled-if-done nil)
   (org-agenda-skip-deadline-if-done nil)
   (org-agenda-overriding-header "Today's Agenda  + Prio A+B todos 
")))

  (alltodo "todos Prio A"
   ((org-agenda-skip-function
 (lambda nil
   (or (org-agenda-skip-entry-if (quote notregexp) 
"\\=.*\\[#A\\]")
   (org-agenda-skip-entry-if 'scheduled 'deadline 
(org-agenda-overriding-header "!!! TODOs Prio A: !!!")))

  (alltodo "rest of todos"
   ((org-agenda-skip-function
 (lambda nil
   (or (org-agenda-skip-entry-if (quote regexp) 
"\\=.*\\[#A\\]")
   (org-agenda-skip-entry-if 'scheduled 'deadline 
(org-agenda-overriding-header "TODOs ohne Prio A: ")
)))
 ((org-agenda-files privat-org-agenda-files)
  (org-agenda-include-inactive-timestamps nil)
  (org-agenda-span 7)
  (org-agenda-start-on-weekday nil)
  (org-agenda-sorting-strategy '(time-up priority-down todo-state-up
..

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] Bug in the sorting of clocktables with ":sort (4 . ?T)" for clock sums over "100:00" hours

2017-08-25 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 25.08.2017 um 00:07 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:

Hello,

Rainer Stengele <rainer.steng...@online.de> writes:


I may have found a bug in the sorting of clocktables.
I am summing up clocked time over time periods.


[...]


As soon as the sum grows higher than 100:00 sorting is corrupted:

#+BEGIN: clocktable :maxlevel 1 :properties ("CATEGORY") :fileskip0 t :scope 
agenda-with-archives :tstart "<2017-01-01 So 00:00>" :tend
"<2017-01-23 Mo 00:00>" :sort (4 . ?T)

#+CAPTION: Clock summary at [2017-08-24 Do 16:14]
| File  | CATEGORY| Headline | Time |

|---+-+--+--|
|   | ALL | *Total time* | *104:45* |
|---+-+--+--|
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |28:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |18:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |10:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 8:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 8:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 7:15 |
| Projectmanagement.org | | *File time*  | *104:00* |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 4:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 3:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 2:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 2:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 1:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 1:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 1:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:30 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:30 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:30 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|---+-+--+--|
| FILE2.org | | *File time*  |   *0:45* |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:45 |
#+END:


Fixed. Thank you.

Regards,



Works, thanks very much!

Regards,
Rainer



[O] Bug in the sorting of clocktables with ":sort (4 . ?T)" for clock sums over "100:00" hours

2017-08-24 Thread Rainer Stengele

Hi,

I may have found a bug in the sorting of clocktables.
I am summing up clocked time over time periods.

As long as the clocksum is under "100:00" (6 characters including ":") sorting 
seems to be ok:

#+BEGIN: clocktable :maxlevel 1 :properties ("CATEGORY") :fileskip0 t :scope agenda-with-archives :tstart "<2017-01-01 So 00:00>" :tend 
"<2017-01-20 Fr 00:00>" :sort (4 . ?T)

#+CAPTION: Clock summary at [2017-08-24 Do 15:04]
| File  | CATEGORY| Headline |Time |
|---+-+--+-|
|   | ALL | *Total time* | *97:30* |
|---+-+--+-|
| Projectmanagement.org | | *File time*  | *96:45* |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |   24:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |   17:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |   10:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |8:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |7:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |5:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |4:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |3:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |2:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |2:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |1:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |1:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |1:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:30 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:30 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:30 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:15 |
|---+-+--+-|
| FILE2.org | | *File time*  |  *0:45* |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |0:45 |
#+END:

As soon as the sum grows higher than 100:00 sorting is corrupted:

#+BEGIN: clocktable :maxlevel 1 :properties ("CATEGORY") :fileskip0 t :scope agenda-with-archives :tstart "<2017-01-01 So 00:00>" :tend 
"<2017-01-23 Mo 00:00>" :sort (4 . ?T)

#+CAPTION: Clock summary at [2017-08-24 Do 16:14]
| File  | CATEGORY| Headline | Time |
|---+-+--+--|
|   | ALL | *Total time* | *104:45* |
|---+-+--+--|
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |28:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |18:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  |10:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 8:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 8:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 7:15 |
| Projectmanagement.org | | *File time*  | *104:00* |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 4:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 3:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 2:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 2:00 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 1:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 1:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 1:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:45 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:30 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:30 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:30 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|   | annonymised | annonymised  | 0:15 |
|

Re: [O] 9.0.6 and clock tables -> solved

2017-05-15 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 15.05.2017 um 08:57 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 12.05.2017 um 17:23 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:

Hello,

Rainer Stengele <rainer.steng...@online.de> writes:


I have a wrong clock summary in my agenda and also in clock tables
since 9.0.6. Also the clock sum format suddenly includes days instead
of only hours as before.

I have a function overriding the agenda clocktable report - see below.
What has changed in terms of clock time sum?


Could you show an ECM?

Regards,


Hi,

I updated to the latest Org version this morning.
I still get this result: (without line wraps) for the Time value: "1d
12:45".
It was showing a total sum of hours before updating to 9.0.6 and the
value is also wrong since the update (should be around 39 hours).

#+BEGIN: clocktable :maxlevel 1 :properties ("CATEGORY") :fileskip0 t
:scope agenda-with-archives :block 2017-W19 :sort (4 . ?T)
#+CAPTION: Clock summary at [2017-05-15 Mo 08:51], for week 2017-W19.
| File  | CATEGORY   | Headline|
Time |
|---++--+|

|   | ALL| *Total time*| *1d
12:45* |
|---++--+|

| Projectmanagement.org || *File time*| *1d
12:45* |

#+END:

So something has changed calculating and outputting the clock summary.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer



Hi again,

found it. I missed the change to the new Org duration Format in that 
update. After adapting configurations all works as expected.


Thanks and sorry for the noise.

Regards,
Rainer Stengele




Re: [O] 9.0.6 and clock tables

2017-05-15 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 12.05.2017 um 17:23 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:

Hello,

Rainer Stengele <rainer.steng...@online.de> writes:


I have a wrong clock summary in my agenda and also in clock tables
since 9.0.6. Also the clock sum format suddenly includes days instead
of only hours as before.

I have a function overriding the agenda clocktable report - see below.
What has changed in terms of clock time sum?


Could you show an ECM?

Regards,


Hi,

I updated to the latest Org version this morning.
I still get this result: (without line wraps) for the Time value: "1d 
12:45".
It was showing a total sum of hours before updating to 9.0.6 and the 
value is also wrong since the update (should be around 39 hours).


#+BEGIN: clocktable :maxlevel 1 :properties ("CATEGORY") :fileskip0 t 
:scope agenda-with-archives :block 2017-W19 :sort (4 . ?T)

#+CAPTION: Clock summary at [2017-05-15 Mo 08:51], for week 2017-W19.
| File  | CATEGORY   | Headline 
   |   Time |

|---++--+|
|   | ALL| *Total time* 
   | *1d 12:45* |

|---++--+|
| Projectmanagement.org || *File time* 
   | *1d 12:45* |


#+END:

So something has changed calculating and outputting the clock summary.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer



Re: [O] 9.0.6 and clock tables

2017-05-12 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 08.05.2017 um 12:31 schrieb Roland Everaert:

I just see this.

Since this morning my clocktable doesn't fill a column related to a
property, any known issue and workaround/fix for this?


Regards,

On Mon, May 8, 2017 at 10:37 AM, Eric S Fraga > wrote:

On Sunday,  7 May 2017 at 10:16, Nicolas Goaziou wrote:
> Would you happen to have any news on it?

Had no time but ...

> BTW, you may need to remove any TBLFM: entry related to % since
this is
> no longer necessary when using :formula %.

... removing the existing TBLFM line fixes the problem!  Many thanks!

--
: Eric S Fraga (0xFFFCF67D), Emacs 26.0.50, Org
release_9.0.6-407-gc28ec3



Hi,

I have a wrong clock summary in my agenda and also in clock tables since 
9.0.6. Also the clock sum format suddenly includes days instead of only 
hours as before.


I have a function overriding the agenda clocktable report - see below.
What has changed in terms of clock time sum?
It seems this section is no more working as before:

 (format org-clock-total-time-cell-format
 (org-minutes-to-clocksum-string (or total-time 0)))

org-minutes-to-clocksum-string simply contains "*%s*"

Please advise.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer



(defun rst/org-clocktable-write-default (ipos tables params)
  "Write out a clock table at position IPOS in the current buffer.
TABLES is a list of tables with clocking data as produced by
`org-clock-get-table-data'.  PARAMS is the parameter property list obtained
from the dynamic block definition."
  ;; This function looks quite complicated, mainly because there are a
  ;; lot of options which can add or remove columns.  I have massively
  ;; commented this function, the I hope it is understandable.  If
  ;; someone wants to write their own special formatter, this maybe
  ;; much easier because there can be a fixed format with a
  ;; well-defined number of columns...
  (let* ((hlchars '((1 . "*") (2 . "/")))
 (lwords (assoc (or (plist-get params :lang)
(org-bound-and-true-p org-export-default-language)
"en")
org-clock-clocktable-language-setup))
 (multifile (plist-get params :multifile))
 (block (plist-get params :block))
 (sort (plist-get params :sort))
 (ts (plist-get params :tstart))
 (te (plist-get params :tend))
 (header (plist-get  params :header))
 (narrow (plist-get params :narrow))
 (ws (or (plist-get params :wstart) 1))
 (ms (or (plist-get params :mstart) 1))
 (link (plist-get params :link))
 (maxlevel (or (plist-get params :maxlevel) 3))
 (emph (plist-get params :emphasize))
 (level-p (plist-get params :level))
 (org-time-clocksum-use-effort-durations
  (plist-get params :effort-durations))
 (timestamp (plist-get params :timestamp))
 (properties (plist-get params :properties))
 (ntcol (max 1 (or (plist-get params :tcolumns) 100)))
 (rm-file-column (plist-get params :one-file-with-archives))
 (indent (plist-get params :indent))
 (case-fold-search t)
 range-text total-time tbl level hlc formula pcol
 file-time entries entry headline
 recalc content narrow-cut-p tcol)

;; Some consistency test for parameters
(unless (integerp ntcol)
  (setq params (plist-put params :tcolumns (setq ntcol 100

(when block
  ;; Get the range text for the header
  (setq range-text (nth 2 (org-clock-special-range block nil t ws 
ms


;; Compute the total time
(setq total-time (apply '+ (mapcar 'cadr tables)))

;; Now we need to output this tsuff
(goto-char ipos)

;; Insert the text *before* the actual table
(insert-before-markers
 (or header
 ;; Format the standard header
 (concat
  "#+CAPTION: "
  (nth 9 lwords) " ["
  (substring
   (format-time-string (cdr org-time-stamp-formats))
   1 -1)
  "]"
  (if block (concat ", for " range-text ".") "")
  "\n")))


;; Insert the table header line
(insert-before-markers
 "|"  ; table line starter
 ;; (if multifile (concat (nth 1 lwords) "|") "") ; file column, maybe
 (if level-p   (concat (nth 2 lwords) "|") "") ; level column, maybe
 (if timestamp (concat (nth 3 lwords) "|") "") ; timestamp column, 
maybe
 (if properties (concat (mapconcat 'identity properties "|") "|") 
"") ;properties columns, maybe

 ;; (concat (nth 4 lwords) "|"
 (concat
 (nth 5 lwords) "|\n"))   ; headline and time columns


;; Insert the total time in the table
(insert-before-markers
 ;; "|-\n"; a hline
 ;; "\n"  ; a hline

 "|"  ; table line starter
 

Re: [O] looking for a variable which allows formatting the agenda clock report

2016-05-25 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 25.05.2016 um 09:44 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 19.05.2016 um 22:15 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 13.05.2016 um 13:04 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 11.05.2016 um 21:45 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 11.05.2016 um 18:22 schrieb Marco Wahl:

Hi Rainer,


I could not find a variable which allows formatting the clock
report
that is created in the org agenda by "v R".
Any quick pointer to such one or other ideas?


org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist



Thanks Marco,

now my question is how can I extract the category of a clock entry
and
display it in the report? I tried a bit with properties but have no
real clue. Can somebody help here?


You can filter a certain category for the clock report afaics.

E.g.

org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist value

(:link t :maxlevel 2 :tags "+CATEGORY=\"busi\"")

only takes the clockings from items in category "busi" for the
org-agenda-clockreport.


HTH,


Hi Marco,

thanks for this, very useful.
What I really meant was how can I change the output format of the
clock report,
so how do I change the first column from "File" to "Category" of the
clock entry.

Thanks,
Rainer




Hi,

does anybody have an example for the :formatter item to format the
clocktable output as needed?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Anybody?



Hi all,

I really try hard to find any example of how to use the :formatter to
format the clocktable report in an agenda. All I really want to do is
display the category property instead of the filename for clocked times.
Does anybody have an example please?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




I finally found an example here:
https://blog.c11k.de/blog/2015/03/29/custom-clock-report-table-for-orgmode/

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] looking for a variable which allows formatting the agenda clock report

2016-05-25 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 19.05.2016 um 22:15 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 13.05.2016 um 13:04 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 11.05.2016 um 21:45 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 11.05.2016 um 18:22 schrieb Marco Wahl:

Hi Rainer,


I could not find a variable which allows formatting the clock report
that is created in the org agenda by "v R".
Any quick pointer to such one or other ideas?


org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist



Thanks Marco,

now my question is how can I extract the category of a clock entry and
display it in the report? I tried a bit with properties but have no
real clue. Can somebody help here?


You can filter a certain category for the clock report afaics.

E.g.

org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist value

(:link t :maxlevel 2 :tags "+CATEGORY=\"busi\"")

only takes the clockings from items in category "busi" for the
org-agenda-clockreport.


HTH,


Hi Marco,

thanks for this, very useful.
What I really meant was how can I change the output format of the
clock report,
so how do I change the first column from "File" to "Category" of the
clock entry.

Thanks,
Rainer




Hi,

does anybody have an example for the :formatter item to format the
clocktable output as needed?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Anybody?



Hi all,

I really try hard to find any example of how to use the :formatter to 
format the clocktable report in an agenda. All I really want to do is 
display the category property instead of the filename for clocked times.

Does anybody have an example please?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] looking for a variable which allows formatting the agenda clock report

2016-05-19 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 13.05.2016 um 13:04 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 11.05.2016 um 21:45 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 11.05.2016 um 18:22 schrieb Marco Wahl:

Hi Rainer,


I could not find a variable which allows formatting the clock report
that is created in the org agenda by "v R".
Any quick pointer to such one or other ideas?


org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist



Thanks Marco,

now my question is how can I extract the category of a clock entry and
display it in the report? I tried a bit with properties but have no
real clue. Can somebody help here?


You can filter a certain category for the clock report afaics.

E.g.

org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist value

(:link t :maxlevel 2 :tags "+CATEGORY=\"busi\"")

only takes the clockings from items in category "busi" for the
org-agenda-clockreport.


HTH,


Hi Marco,

thanks for this, very useful.
What I really meant was how can I change the output format of the
clock report,
so how do I change the first column from "File" to "Category" of the
clock entry.

Thanks,
Rainer




Hi,

does anybody have an example for the :formatter item to format the
clocktable output as needed?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Anybody?




Re: [O] looking for a variable which allows formatting the agenda clock report

2016-05-16 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 11.05.2016 um 21:45 schrieb Rainer Stengele:

Am 11.05.2016 um 18:22 schrieb Marco Wahl:

Hi Rainer,


I could not find a variable which allows formatting the clock report
that is created in the org agenda by "v R".
Any quick pointer to such one or other ideas?


org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist



Thanks Marco,

now my question is how can I extract the category of a clock entry and
display it in the report? I tried a bit with properties but have no
real clue. Can somebody help here?


You can filter a certain category for the clock report afaics.

E.g.

org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist value

(:link t :maxlevel 2 :tags "+CATEGORY=\"busi\"")

only takes the clockings from items in category "busi" for the
org-agenda-clockreport.


HTH,


Hi Marco,

thanks for this, very useful.
What I really meant was how can I change the output format of the clock report,
so how do I change the first column from "File" to "Category" of the clock 
entry.

Thanks,
Rainer




Hi,

does anybody have an example for the :formatter item to format the 
clocktable output as needed?


Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] looking for a variable which allows formatting the agenda clock report

2016-05-11 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 11.05.2016 um 18:22 schrieb Marco Wahl:
> Hi Rainer,
> 
 I could not find a variable which allows formatting the clock report
 that is created in the org agenda by "v R".
 Any quick pointer to such one or other ideas?
>>>
>>> org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist
> 
>> Thanks Marco,
>>
>> now my question is how can I extract the category of a clock entry and
>> display it in the report? I tried a bit with properties but have no
>> real clue. Can somebody help here?
> 
> You can filter a certain category for the clock report afaics.
> 
> E.g.
> 
> org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist value
> 
> (:link t :maxlevel 2 :tags "+CATEGORY=\"busi\"")
> 
> only takes the clockings from items in category "busi" for the
> org-agenda-clockreport.
> 
> 
> HTH,
> 
Hi Marco,

thanks for this, very useful.
What I really meant was how can I change the output format of the clock report,
so how do I change the first column from "File" to "Category" of the clock 
entry.

Thanks,
Rainer



Re: [O] looking for a variable which allows formatting the agenda clock report

2016-05-11 Thread Rainer Stengele

Am 11.05.2016 um 14:18 schrieb Marco Wahl:

Hi!


I could not find a variable which allows formatting the clock report
that is created in the org agenda by "v R".
Any quick pointer to such one or other ideas?


org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist


Quick,


Thanks Marco,

now my question is how can I extract the category of a clock entry and 
display it in the report? I tried a bit with properties but have no real 
clue. Can somebody help here?


Thank you.
Regards, Rainer



[O] looking for a variable which allows formatting the agenda clock report

2016-05-11 Thread Rainer Stengele

Hi,

I could not find a variable which allows formatting the clock report 
that is created in the org agenda by "v R".

Any quick pointer to such one or other ideas?

Kind regards,
Rainer Stengele




Re: [O] lots of CLOCK lines displayed when opening a TODO

2015-03-13 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 12.03.2015 um 14:39 schrieb Loris Bennett:
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:
 
 Am 12.03.2015 um 09:03 schrieb Loris Bennett:
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:

 Am 05.03.2015 um 09:02 schrieb Loris Bennett:
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:

 Hi!

 I have lots of weekly reoccuring meetings and do collect the clocked
 time for each meeting.  After a while I have lots of CLOCK
 lines. Opening the TODO shows all the CLOCK lines shown, but my focus
 is on text below the CLOCK lines.  I started to use multiple LOGBOOK
 blocks in order to hide older CLOCK lines. Seems to work fine with
 clocking etc.  My requirement would be to only open the first LOGBOOK
 block when opening the headline (TODO).  That way I could hide older
 entries from using screen space and instead see the text below
 immediately.

 Anybody else uses multiple LOGBOOK blocks that way? Other ideas how to
 work?  Any chance to get this regarded as an enhancement idea?

 Thank you.
 Regards, Rainer


 * TODO [#A] Weekly Services - Action Items
 :LOGBOOK:
 CLOCK: [2015-03-04 Mi 10:15]--[2015-03-04 Mi 11:30] =  1:15
 CLOCK: [2015-03-02 Mo 11:00]--[2015-03-02 Mo 12:15] =  1:15
 :END:
 :LOGBOOK:
 CLOCK: [2015-02-25 Mi 10:00]--[2015-02-25 Mi 11:00] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2015-02-16 Mo 10:00]--[2015-02-16 Mo 11:15] =  1:15
 CLOCK: [2015-02-06 Fr 09:30]--[2015-02-06 Fr 09:45] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-02-06 Fr 10:00]--[2015-02-06 Fr 11:00] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2015-01-23 Fr 13:45]--[2015-01-23 Fr 14:00] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-22 Do 14:30]--[2015-01-22 Do 14:45] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-22 Do 13:45]--[2015-01-22 Do 14:00] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-21 Mi 09:45]--[2015-01-21 Mi 10:45] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2015-01-20 Di 09:45]--[2015-01-20 Di 10:00] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-19 Mo 16:30]--[2015-01-19 Mo 16:45] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-19 Mo 13:15]--[2015-01-19 Mo 15:00] =  1:45
 CLOCK: [2015-01-19 Mo 10:00]--[2015-01-19 Mo 11:15] =  1:15
 CLOCK: [2014-12-15 Mo 10:00]--[2014-12-15 Mo 10:30] =  0:30
 CLOCK: [2014-12-03 Mi 10:30]--[2014-12-03 Mi 11:15] =  0:45
 CLOCK: [2014-12-01 Mo 09:45]--[2014-12-01 Mo 10:45] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2014-11-03 Mo 10:00]--[2014-11-03 Mo 11:00] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2014-11-10 Mo 09:45]--[2014-11-10 Mo 10:45] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2014-11-19 Mi 10:30]--[2014-11-19 Mi 11:15] =  0:45
 CLOCK: [2014-11-24 Mo 10:00]--[2014-11-24 Mo 11:00] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2014-11-25 Di 08:00]--[2014-11-25 Di 10:45] =  2:45
 :END:

 - text I would like to see without having to scroll over all the CLOCK 
 lines

 I use two drawers:

 #+DRAWERS: LOGBOOK OLDLOGS

 When the LOGBOOK get a bit long I manually move some the lines to
 OLDLOGS.  Both draws only open when I TAB on them.

 I don't actually use the data in the logs directly, just as a backup for
 my other time-keeping.  This is mainly because the one-minute resolution
 of the clocking is to fine for my needs.

 Have you changed the clocking resolution?  If so, how?  Or are you just
 an amazingly accurate clocker?

 Cheers,

 Loris

 Hi Loris,

 please check variable org-time-stamp-rounding-minutes in order to round 
 time stamps.

 OK, thanks.  I'll have a look at that.

 You are right, when I am in an org file the logbook drawers do not
 open by default when cycling.  My use case: I am jumping to a headline
 directly from an agenda item. Tabbing on that item jumps to the
 headline and shows the complete contents, including drawers.  Not sure
 why this is the case. I would like to have the same behavior as when
 tabbing in the Org file directly. Can you confirm this is the same in
 your setting?

 If I jump from the agenda entry 'Fun', I get something like the
 following:

 * Stuff
 ** Fun...
 ** Boring...

 If I press 'tab', I get

 * Stuff
 ** Fun
:LOGBOOK:...
:OLDLOGS:...
 ** Boring

 If I press 'tab' again, nothing happens.  If I press 'tab' a third time,
 the heading fold back and I get

 * Stuff
 ** Fun...
 ** Boring...

 again.  I'm not sure why the second press performs no action.  In any
 case, I only see the contents of the LOGBOOK draw if I move onto it and
 then press 'tab' again.  So quite different from the behaviour you get.

 Regards

 Loris

 Regards,
 Rainer Stengele




 Loris,

 you do not seem to have CLOCK entries directly under the headline
 Stuff, to which you are jumping to from agenda.  Can you add a few
 CLOCK lines in drawer and simulate this and tell me if these stay
 closed or not directly after the jump.

 Regards,
 Rainer Stengele
 
 I was actually jumping to Fun rather that Stuff.  And Fun does
 have a draw full of CLOCKs.  What I don't have is a top-level heading in
 my agenda and I don't have any top-level heading which I clock into.
 
 I could test this, but I would have to tweak my setup a bit more than I
 can do easily at the moment.  Do you think the level of the heading
 being jumped to makes a difference?
 
 Cheers,
 
 Loris
 

I do not think the headline level makes a difference.
So I do take this as with our settings

Re: [O] lots of CLOCK lines displayed when opening a TODO

2015-03-12 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 12.03.2015 um 09:03 schrieb Loris Bennett:
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:
 
 Am 05.03.2015 um 09:02 schrieb Loris Bennett:
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:

 Hi!

 I have lots of weekly reoccuring meetings and do collect the clocked
 time for each meeting.  After a while I have lots of CLOCK
 lines. Opening the TODO shows all the CLOCK lines shown, but my focus
 is on text below the CLOCK lines.  I started to use multiple LOGBOOK
 blocks in order to hide older CLOCK lines. Seems to work fine with
 clocking etc.  My requirement would be to only open the first LOGBOOK
 block when opening the headline (TODO).  That way I could hide older
 entries from using screen space and instead see the text below
 immediately.

 Anybody else uses multiple LOGBOOK blocks that way? Other ideas how to
 work?  Any chance to get this regarded as an enhancement idea?

 Thank you.
 Regards, Rainer


 * TODO [#A] Weekly Services - Action Items
 :LOGBOOK:
 CLOCK: [2015-03-04 Mi 10:15]--[2015-03-04 Mi 11:30] =  1:15
 CLOCK: [2015-03-02 Mo 11:00]--[2015-03-02 Mo 12:15] =  1:15
 :END:
 :LOGBOOK:
 CLOCK: [2015-02-25 Mi 10:00]--[2015-02-25 Mi 11:00] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2015-02-16 Mo 10:00]--[2015-02-16 Mo 11:15] =  1:15
 CLOCK: [2015-02-06 Fr 09:30]--[2015-02-06 Fr 09:45] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-02-06 Fr 10:00]--[2015-02-06 Fr 11:00] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2015-01-23 Fr 13:45]--[2015-01-23 Fr 14:00] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-22 Do 14:30]--[2015-01-22 Do 14:45] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-22 Do 13:45]--[2015-01-22 Do 14:00] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-21 Mi 09:45]--[2015-01-21 Mi 10:45] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2015-01-20 Di 09:45]--[2015-01-20 Di 10:00] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-19 Mo 16:30]--[2015-01-19 Mo 16:45] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-19 Mo 13:15]--[2015-01-19 Mo 15:00] =  1:45
 CLOCK: [2015-01-19 Mo 10:00]--[2015-01-19 Mo 11:15] =  1:15
 CLOCK: [2014-12-15 Mo 10:00]--[2014-12-15 Mo 10:30] =  0:30
 CLOCK: [2014-12-03 Mi 10:30]--[2014-12-03 Mi 11:15] =  0:45
 CLOCK: [2014-12-01 Mo 09:45]--[2014-12-01 Mo 10:45] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2014-11-03 Mo 10:00]--[2014-11-03 Mo 11:00] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2014-11-10 Mo 09:45]--[2014-11-10 Mo 10:45] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2014-11-19 Mi 10:30]--[2014-11-19 Mi 11:15] =  0:45
 CLOCK: [2014-11-24 Mo 10:00]--[2014-11-24 Mo 11:00] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2014-11-25 Di 08:00]--[2014-11-25 Di 10:45] =  2:45
 :END:

 - text I would like to see without having to scroll over all the CLOCK 
 lines

 I use two drawers:

 #+DRAWERS: LOGBOOK OLDLOGS

 When the LOGBOOK get a bit long I manually move some the lines to
 OLDLOGS.  Both draws only open when I TAB on them.

 I don't actually use the data in the logs directly, just as a backup for
 my other time-keeping.  This is mainly because the one-minute resolution
 of the clocking is to fine for my needs.

 Have you changed the clocking resolution?  If so, how?  Or are you just
 an amazingly accurate clocker?

 Cheers,

 Loris

 Hi Loris,

 please check variable org-time-stamp-rounding-minutes in order to round time 
 stamps.
 
 OK, thanks.  I'll have a look at that.
 
 You are right, when I am in an org file the logbook drawers do not
 open by default when cycling.  My use case: I am jumping to a headline
 directly from an agenda item. Tabbing on that item jumps to the
 headline and shows the complete contents, including drawers.  Not sure
 why this is the case. I would like to have the same behavior as when
 tabbing in the Org file directly. Can you confirm this is the same in
 your setting?
 
 If I jump from the agenda entry 'Fun', I get something like the
 following:
 
 * Stuff
 ** Fun...
 ** Boring...
 
 If I press 'tab', I get
 
 * Stuff
 ** Fun
:LOGBOOK:...
:OLDLOGS:...
 ** Boring
 
 If I press 'tab' again, nothing happens.  If I press 'tab' a third time,
 the heading fold back and I get
 
 * Stuff
 ** Fun...
 ** Boring...
 
 again.  I'm not sure why the second press performs no action.  In any
 case, I only see the contents of the LOGBOOK draw if I move onto it and
 then press 'tab' again.  So quite different from the behaviour you get.
 
 Regards
 
 Loris
 
 Regards,
 Rainer Stengele


 

Loris,

you do not seem to have CLOCK entries directly under the headline Stuff, to 
which you are jumping to from agenda.
Can you add a few CLOCK lines in drawer and simulate this and tell me if these 
stay closed or not directly after the jump.

Regards,
Rainer Stengele



Re: [O] lots of CLOCK lines displayed when opening a TODO

2015-03-11 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 05.03.2015 um 09:02 schrieb Loris Bennett:
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:
 
 Hi!

 I have lots of weekly reoccuring meetings and do collect the clocked
 time for each meeting.  After a while I have lots of CLOCK
 lines. Opening the TODO shows all the CLOCK lines shown, but my focus
 is on text below the CLOCK lines.  I started to use multiple LOGBOOK
 blocks in order to hide older CLOCK lines. Seems to work fine with
 clocking etc.  My requirement would be to only open the first LOGBOOK
 block when opening the headline (TODO).  That way I could hide older
 entries from using screen space and instead see the text below
 immediately.

 Anybody else uses multiple LOGBOOK blocks that way? Other ideas how to
 work?  Any chance to get this regarded as an enhancement idea?

 Thank you.
 Regards, Rainer


 * TODO [#A] Weekly Services - Action Items
 :LOGBOOK:
 CLOCK: [2015-03-04 Mi 10:15]--[2015-03-04 Mi 11:30] =  1:15
 CLOCK: [2015-03-02 Mo 11:00]--[2015-03-02 Mo 12:15] =  1:15
 :END:
 :LOGBOOK:
 CLOCK: [2015-02-25 Mi 10:00]--[2015-02-25 Mi 11:00] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2015-02-16 Mo 10:00]--[2015-02-16 Mo 11:15] =  1:15
 CLOCK: [2015-02-06 Fr 09:30]--[2015-02-06 Fr 09:45] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-02-06 Fr 10:00]--[2015-02-06 Fr 11:00] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2015-01-23 Fr 13:45]--[2015-01-23 Fr 14:00] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-22 Do 14:30]--[2015-01-22 Do 14:45] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-22 Do 13:45]--[2015-01-22 Do 14:00] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-21 Mi 09:45]--[2015-01-21 Mi 10:45] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2015-01-20 Di 09:45]--[2015-01-20 Di 10:00] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-19 Mo 16:30]--[2015-01-19 Mo 16:45] =  0:15
 CLOCK: [2015-01-19 Mo 13:15]--[2015-01-19 Mo 15:00] =  1:45
 CLOCK: [2015-01-19 Mo 10:00]--[2015-01-19 Mo 11:15] =  1:15
 CLOCK: [2014-12-15 Mo 10:00]--[2014-12-15 Mo 10:30] =  0:30
 CLOCK: [2014-12-03 Mi 10:30]--[2014-12-03 Mi 11:15] =  0:45
 CLOCK: [2014-12-01 Mo 09:45]--[2014-12-01 Mo 10:45] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2014-11-03 Mo 10:00]--[2014-11-03 Mo 11:00] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2014-11-10 Mo 09:45]--[2014-11-10 Mo 10:45] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2014-11-19 Mi 10:30]--[2014-11-19 Mi 11:15] =  0:45
 CLOCK: [2014-11-24 Mo 10:00]--[2014-11-24 Mo 11:00] =  1:00
 CLOCK: [2014-11-25 Di 08:00]--[2014-11-25 Di 10:45] =  2:45
 :END:

 - text I would like to see without having to scroll over all the CLOCK lines
 
 I use two drawers:
 
 #+DRAWERS: LOGBOOK OLDLOGS
 
 When the LOGBOOK get a bit long I manually move some the lines to
 OLDLOGS.  Both draws only open when I TAB on them.
 
 I don't actually use the data in the logs directly, just as a backup for
 my other time-keeping.  This is mainly because the one-minute resolution
 of the clocking is to fine for my needs.
 
 Have you changed the clocking resolution?  If so, how?  Or are you just
 an amazingly accurate clocker?
 
 Cheers,
 
 Loris
 
Hi Loris,

please check variable org-time-stamp-rounding-minutes in order to round time 
stamps.

You are right, when I am in an org file the logbook drawers do not open by 
default when cycling.
My use case: I am jumping to a headline directly from an agenda item. Tabbing 
on that item jumps to the headline and shows the complete contents, including 
drawers.
Not sure why this is the case. I would like to have the same behavior as when 
tabbing in the Org file directly. Can you confirm this is the same in your 
setting?

Regards,
Rainer Stengele



[O] lots of CLOCK lines displayed when opening a TODO

2015-03-04 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi!

I have lots of weekly reoccuring meetings and do collect the clocked time for 
each meeting.
After a while I have lots of CLOCK lines. Opening the TODO shows all the CLOCK 
lines shown, but my focus is on text below the CLOCK lines.
I started to use multiple LOGBOOK blocks in order to hide older CLOCK lines. 
Seems to work fine with clocking etc.
My requirement would be to only open the first LOGBOOK block when opening the 
headline (TODO).
That way I could hide older entries from using screen space and instead see the 
text below immediately.

Anybody else uses multiple LOGBOOK blocks that way? Other ideas how to work?
Any chance to get this regarded as an enhancement idea?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer


* TODO [#A] Weekly Services - Action Items
:LOGBOOK:
CLOCK: [2015-03-04 Mi 10:15]--[2015-03-04 Mi 11:30] =  1:15
CLOCK: [2015-03-02 Mo 11:00]--[2015-03-02 Mo 12:15] =  1:15
:END:
:LOGBOOK:
CLOCK: [2015-02-25 Mi 10:00]--[2015-02-25 Mi 11:00] =  1:00
CLOCK: [2015-02-16 Mo 10:00]--[2015-02-16 Mo 11:15] =  1:15
CLOCK: [2015-02-06 Fr 09:30]--[2015-02-06 Fr 09:45] =  0:15
CLOCK: [2015-02-06 Fr 10:00]--[2015-02-06 Fr 11:00] =  1:00
CLOCK: [2015-01-23 Fr 13:45]--[2015-01-23 Fr 14:00] =  0:15
CLOCK: [2015-01-22 Do 14:30]--[2015-01-22 Do 14:45] =  0:15
CLOCK: [2015-01-22 Do 13:45]--[2015-01-22 Do 14:00] =  0:15
CLOCK: [2015-01-21 Mi 09:45]--[2015-01-21 Mi 10:45] =  1:00
CLOCK: [2015-01-20 Di 09:45]--[2015-01-20 Di 10:00] =  0:15
CLOCK: [2015-01-19 Mo 16:30]--[2015-01-19 Mo 16:45] =  0:15
CLOCK: [2015-01-19 Mo 13:15]--[2015-01-19 Mo 15:00] =  1:45
CLOCK: [2015-01-19 Mo 10:00]--[2015-01-19 Mo 11:15] =  1:15
CLOCK: [2014-12-15 Mo 10:00]--[2014-12-15 Mo 10:30] =  0:30
CLOCK: [2014-12-03 Mi 10:30]--[2014-12-03 Mi 11:15] =  0:45
CLOCK: [2014-12-01 Mo 09:45]--[2014-12-01 Mo 10:45] =  1:00
CLOCK: [2014-11-03 Mo 10:00]--[2014-11-03 Mo 11:00] =  1:00
CLOCK: [2014-11-10 Mo 09:45]--[2014-11-10 Mo 10:45] =  1:00
CLOCK: [2014-11-19 Mi 10:30]--[2014-11-19 Mi 11:15] =  0:45
CLOCK: [2014-11-24 Mo 10:00]--[2014-11-24 Mo 11:00] =  1:00
CLOCK: [2014-11-25 Di 08:00]--[2014-11-25 Di 10:45] =  2:45
:END:

- text I would like to see without having to scroll over all the CLOCK lines




[O] clocktables include \emsp - how to get rid of that?

2015-03-04 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi,

I am getting \emsp in my clocktable reports.
I use

#+BEGIN: clocktable :maxlevel 4 :fileskip0 t :tcolumns 0 :level nil :scope 
agenda-with-archives :timestamp nil :block 2015-03 :step day :link t  
:stepskip0 t
#+END:

to create these clocktable


Daily report: [2015-03-02 Mo]
| File  | Headline  
   |   Time |
|---+--+|
|   | ALL *Total time*  
   | *9:00* |
|---+--+|
| Projectmanagement.org | *File time*   
   | *2:45* |
|   | \emsp [[..][Project Managament: Weekly meetings 
etc.]]   |   2:45 |
|   | \emsp\emsp [[..][TODO *00 - Project Managament -...]] 
   |   2:45 |

Anybody has an idea where this comes from and how to get rid of it?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] org-clock-into-drawer not respecting setting?

2015-02-28 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 28.02.2015 00:46, schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:
 Hello,

 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:

 I have set this variable

 org-clock-into-drawer is a variable defined in `org-clock.el'.
 Its value is 6
 Original value was t

 Clocking in with C-c C-x C-i always creates a logbook drawer.
 Can anybody confirm the setting is not regarded in the latest Org version?
 Worked in the past.
 This should be fixed in 18685d98527e0479b8108cac420b23d481fd5bfd. Thank
 you.


 Regards,

Hi Nicolas,

works again as expected. Thanks a lot!

Regards,
Rainer



[O] org-clock-into-drawer not respecting setting?

2015-02-27 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi,

I have set this variable

org-clock-into-drawer is a variable defined in `org-clock.el'.
Its value is 6
Original value was t

Clocking in with C-c C-x C-i always creates a logbook drawer.
Can anybody confirm the setting is not regarded in the latest Org version?
Worked in the past.

Org-mode version 8.3beta (release_8.3beta-877-g1c5db2

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] Turn a plain list item into a headline bahevious differently for level (1, 2) and (3 and higher) levels

2015-02-05 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 03.02.2015 um 21:40 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:
 Hello,

 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:

 Hi,

 having

 *** headline level 3
 - item1
 ^

 and executing C-c * having put cursor as indicated
 results in

 *** headline level 3
 *** item1

 whereas I would expect

 *** headline level 3
  item1

 for lower level headline (2 and 1) it works as expected.
 This should be fixed. Thank you.


 Regards,

Thanks a lot, Nicolas.

Regards,
Rainer Stengele



[O] Turn a plain list item into a headline bahevious differently for level (1, 2) and (3 and higher) levels

2015-01-21 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi,

having

*** headline level 3
- item1
^

and executing C-c * having put cursor as indicated
results in

*** headline level 3
*** item1

whereas I would expect

*** headline level 3
 item1

for lower level headline (2 and 1) it works as expected.

Is this a bug? If not why is the behaviour different for level 3 and higher?

GNU Emacs 24.3.50.1 (i386-mingw-nt6.1.7601) of 2013-03-14 on VBOX
Org-mode version 8.3beta (release_8.3beta-727-ga1cdc6

Regards,
Rainer Stengele




Re: [O] html export does seem to no more recognise EXPORT_ .. PROPERTIES

2014-12-09 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 09.12.2014 um 09:58 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:
 
 The only thing that is different from the past is that any comment in the 
 PROPERTIES section does seem to confuse the exporter.
 I removed

 :PROPERTIES:
 :EXPORT_FILE_NAME: 
 x:/0PROJEKT/Kunden/customer/customer-Dokumentation-mmdd.html
 EXPORT_FILE_NAME: 
 x:/0PROJEKT/Kunden/customer/customer-Dokumentation-another-title.html
 :EXPORT_TITLE: Stoll - IT (HW/SW) - Zugänge - Konfigurationen [Stand: 
 mmdd]
 :END:

 As an example I removed the second line in the :PROPERTIES: block and
 the standard html export does respect the file name again.
 
 Org syntax is much less tolerant wrt property drawers now: they can only
 contain node properties.
 
 
 Regards,
 
 
Good to know and reasonable.
I am glad the simple (non publishing) functionality did not disappear.

I found another strange thing:

I do start my Org files with a headline. If the :PROPERTIES: block follows 
after a blank line the settings are not observed for the subtree.
If I delete that empty line it works (filename path is observed).
I wonder if this is intended?
If yes it could confuse users of such a properties block, thinking it works for 
the related subtree no matter if empty lines are there or not.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] html export does seem to no more recognise EXPORT_ .. PROPERTIES

2014-12-08 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 01.12.2014 um 15:15 schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 Am 28.11.2014 um 23:19 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:
 Hello,

 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:

 with latest Org version I find the html export does no more recognise these 
 settings at the begin of the file:

 :PROPERTIES:
 :EXPORT_FILE_NAME: 
 x:/0PROJEKT/Kunden/customer/customer-Dokumentation-mmdd.html
 :EXPORT_TITLE: Stoll - IT (HW/SW) - Zugänge - Konfigurationen [Stand: 
 mmdd]
 :END:

 Export is simply done into the folder the org file lives.

 This is always the case. Exporting in another (possibly remote)
 directory is called publishing and requires additional set-up.


 Regards,

 Nicolas,
 
 this worked for I would say at least the last 1-2 years without publishing.
 The feature must have been deactivated somewhere in the last 3-6 weeks.
 Thank you.
 
 Regards,
 Rainer Stengele
 
 
Nicolas,

this works again as before.
The only thing that is different from the past is that any comment in the 
PROPERTIES section does seem to confuse the exporter.
I removed

:PROPERTIES:
:EXPORT_FILE_NAME: 
x:/0PROJEKT/Kunden/customer/customer-Dokumentation-mmdd.html
EXPORT_FILE_NAME: 
x:/0PROJEKT/Kunden/customer/customer-Dokumentation-another-title.html
:EXPORT_TITLE: Stoll - IT (HW/SW) - Zugänge - Konfigurationen [Stand: mmdd]
:END:

As an example I removed the second line in the :PROPERTIES: block and the 
standard html export does respect the file name again.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer





Re: [O] How to trigger the clockcheck in an agenda view.

2014-12-07 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 06.12.2014 16:29, schrieb Bernt Hansen:
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:

 Am 20.11.2014 um 13:51 schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 Am 27.09.2013 um 15:00 schrieb Carsten Dominik:
 Hello Carsten,

 thank you for that. clockcheck is working. But as soon as I get the 
 clockcheck view the scheduled items to disappear in my agenda view.
 I only can get scheduled items or all items in clockchecked view, not both 
 features.
 Any idea?
 Thanks!
 - Rainer


 Hi again!
 Any hint is much appreciated, even a does not work right now would be 
 welcome although disappointing.
 Thank you.
 Regards, Rainer
 Hi Ranier,

 I think that is working as designed.  In clock check mode you only get
 clock details and gap and overlap reporting.  You can show clocks inline
 with C-u l but that will not give you clock check mode.

 Regards,
 Bernt

Hi Bernt,

thank you for your answer. I was hoping that this would be possible: seeing the 
clocked entries, the scheduled
ones and at the same time display the warnings about clockcheck gaps or 
overlaps.
That way I would not need to explicitly work through the clockcheck issues 
every day or at the end of the month by
changing the view, having forgotten to do that regularly.

Thanks again,
Rainer



Re: [O] Org clocks into drawer for first clocking although configured otherwise = solved = no

2014-12-03 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 01.12.2014 um 16:58 schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 Am 27.11.2014 um 14:46 schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 Hi,

 I have set variable org-clock-into-drawer to:
 Its value is 6

 Since some update or Org lately it looks like the creation of a drawer is 
 happening already for the first clocking of any clocked todo.
 Can someone please check if he can reproduce this is a bug in one of the 
 latest versions?

 I run
 Org-mode version 8.3beta (release_8.3beta-591-gbd3bd8 @ 
 c:/Users/rainer/AppData/Roaming/.emacs.d/org/lisp/)

 Thank you.
 Regards, Rainer

 All, sorry for that, I found I had this configured twice, second time it was 
 set to true and that explains all.
 Closed.
 
 Thank you.
 Regards, Rainer
 
 
 
Sorry again,

after deleting that additional entry and trying again today I have set:

org-clock-into-drawer is a variable defined in `org-clock.el'.
Its value is 6


and still get drawers immediately with the first clock entry.
Can someone please check if this is true in the latest Org version?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] Org clocks into drawer for first clocking although configured otherwise = solved = no = yes

2014-12-03 Thread Rainer Stengele
Nicolas,

this is confirmed to work again.
Thanks a lot for that!

Regards,
Rainer Stengele

Am 03.12.2014 um 15:31 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:
 Hello,
 
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:
 
 after deleting that additional entry and trying again today I have set:

 org-clock-into-drawer is a variable defined in `org-clock.el'.
 Its value is 6


 and still get drawers immediately with the first clock entry.
 
 This should be fixed. Thank you for reporting it.
 
 
 Regards,
 





Re: [O] html export does seem to no more recognise EXPORT_ .. PROPERTIES

2014-12-01 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 28.11.2014 um 23:19 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:
 Hello,
 
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:
 
 with latest Org version I find the html export does no more recognise these 
 settings at the begin of the file:

 :PROPERTIES:
 :EXPORT_FILE_NAME: 
 x:/0PROJEKT/Kunden/customer/customer-Dokumentation-mmdd.html
 :EXPORT_TITLE: Stoll - IT (HW/SW) - Zugänge - Konfigurationen [Stand: 
 mmdd]
 :END:

 Export is simply done into the folder the org file lives.
 
 This is always the case. Exporting in another (possibly remote)
 directory is called publishing and requires additional set-up.
 
 
 Regards,
 
Nicolas,

this worked for I would say at least the last 1-2 years without publishing.
The feature must have been deactivated somewhere in the last 3-6 weeks.
Thank you.

Regards,
Rainer Stengele



Re: [O] Org clocks into drawer for first clocking although configured otherwise = solved

2014-12-01 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 27.11.2014 um 14:46 schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 Hi,
 
 I have set variable org-clock-into-drawer to:
 Its value is 6
 
 Since some update or Org lately it looks like the creation of a drawer is 
 happening already for the first clocking of any clocked todo.
 Can someone please check if he can reproduce this is a bug in one of the 
 latest versions?
 
 I run
 Org-mode version 8.3beta (release_8.3beta-591-gbd3bd8 @ 
 c:/Users/rainer/AppData/Roaming/.emacs.d/org/lisp/)
 
 Thank you.
 Regards, Rainer
 
All, sorry for that, I found I had this configured twice, second time it was 
set to true and that explains all.
Closed.

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




[O] Org clocks into drawer for first clocking although configured otherwise

2014-11-27 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi,

I have set variable org-clock-into-drawer to:
Its value is 6

Since some update or Org lately it looks like the creation of a drawer is 
happening already for the first clocking of any clocked todo.
Can someone please check if he can reproduce this is a bug in one of the latest 
versions?

I run
Org-mode version 8.3beta (release_8.3beta-591-gbd3bd8 @ 
c:/Users/rainer/AppData/Roaming/.emacs.d/org/lisp/)

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




[O] html export does seem to no more recognise EXPORT_ .. PROPERTIES

2014-11-27 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi,

with latest Org version I find the html export does no more recognise these 
settings at the begin of the file:

:PROPERTIES:
:EXPORT_FILE_NAME: 
x:/0PROJEKT/Kunden/customer/customer-Dokumentation-mmdd.html
:EXPORT_TITLE: Stoll - IT (HW/SW) - Zugänge - Konfigurationen [Stand: mmdd]
:END:

Export is simply done into the folder the org file lives.

Org-mode version 8.3beta (release_8.3beta-591-gbd3bd8 @ 
c:/Users/rainer/AppData/Roaming/.emacs.d/org/lisp/)
GNU Emacs 24.3.50.1 (i386-mingw-nt6.1.7601) of 2013-03-14 on VBOX

Anybody can confirm this is a bug?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] Cannot start any agenda anymore

2014-11-25 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 25.11.2014 um 09:53 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:
 Hello,
 
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:
 
 since yesterday I cannot start any agenda anymore.
 I did reorganise a few things but cannot find the reason whats wrong.

 setting debug to true I get the message below after a standard C-a
 a t. Please help I am completely stuck.
 
 Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument stringp nil)
   looking-at(nil)
   outline-on-heading-p(t)
   org-at-heading-p()
 
 It means that `outline-regexp' is nil. Among your agenda files, do you
 have one that sets it so with local variables mechanism?
 
 
 Regards,
 
Hello Nicolas,

you were right, the outline-regexp was configured to be set to nil.
I can't remember why I ever should have done something nonsensical. I don't 
believe I did it.
So for now I removed that setting and the standard again works fine.

Thank you very much!

Regards,
Rainer



Re: [O] Cannot start any agenda anymore

2014-11-25 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 25.11.2014 um 09:53 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:
 Hello,

 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:

 since yesterday I cannot start any agenda anymore.
 I did reorganise a few things but cannot find the reason whats wrong.

 setting debug to true I get the message below after a standard C-a
 a t. Please help I am completely stuck.
 Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument stringp nil)
   looking-at(nil)
   outline-on-heading-p(t)
   org-at-heading-p()
 It means that `outline-regexp' is nil. Among your agenda files, do you
 have one that sets it so with local variables mechanism?


 Regards,

No, no local settings related to that variable.

Regards,
Rainer Stengele



Re: [O] How to trigger the clockcheck in an agenda view.

2014-11-25 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 20.11.2014 um 13:51 schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 Am 27.09.2013 um 15:00 schrieb Carsten Dominik:

 On 10.9.2013, at 17:07, Nicolas Girard girard.nico...@gmail.com wrote:

 2013/8/5 Sebastien Vauban sva-n...@mygooglest.com:

 Except the above, I definitely don't understand why it wouldn't work for 
 you.
 Can you reproduce the problem with a minimal Emacs config file (adding the
 require of `org' and `org-agenda' before)?


 I think I understand why Rainer has a problem.

 According to the docstring from `org-agenda-custom-commands', there
 are two acceptable syntaxes for defining a command:
 - the simple one : (key desc type match settings files)
 - and the complex or composite one : (key desc (cmd1 cmd2 ...)
 general-settings-for-whole-set files).

 Now, the following code defines two commands, who are functionally
 identical, but syntactically different. The first one uses the simple
 syntax, and the second one, the complex syntax.

 If you evaluate the code and trigger the agenda, you'll see that the
 first command *doesn't* work as expected, while the second works.

 (I just borrowed your scissors to delimit my code, hope you don't mind ;-) )

 --8---cut here---start-8---
  (setq org-agenda-custom-commands nil)
  (setq org-agenda-custom-commands
(append
 org-agenda-custom-commands '(
 (G Good: Clock Review
  ((agenda 
   ((org-agenda-show-log 'clockcheck)
(org-agenda-clockreport-mode t)
 (B  Bad: Clock Review
  agenda 
  ((org-agenda-show-log 'clockcheck)
   (org-agenda-clockreport-mode t))
 --8---cut here---end---8---

 There are a couple of subtle issues here.

 First of all, do not bind org-agenda-clockreport-mode or org-agenda-show-log 
 in this way, these are internal variables and meant for a mode that is 
 toggled interactively.  Use org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode and 
 org-agenda-start-with-log-mode  instead.  These are the values chosen when a 
 new agenda buffer is created, and at that time its value is copied into 
 internal variables.

 Second, because this happens when the agenda buffer is created, these need 
 to be in the global list of variables, not the local ones for the agenda 
 list, when you use a list of commands.  So the example below will work in 
 both cases:

  (setq org-agenda-custom-commands
(append
 org-agenda-custom-commands '(
 (H Good: Clock Review
  ((agenda ))
   ((org-agenda-start-with-log-mode 'clockcheck)
(org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode t)))
 (C  Bad: Clock Review
  agenda 
  ((org-agenda-start-with-log-mode 'clockcheck)
   (org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode t))



 Hope this helps.

 - Carsten

 Hello Carsten,
 
 thank you for that. clockcheck is working. But as soon as I get the 
 clockcheck view the scheduled items to disappear in my agenda view.
 I only can get scheduled items or all items in clockchecked view, not both 
 features.
 Any idea?
 Thanks!
 - Rainer
 
 
Hi again!
Any hint is much appreciated, even a does not work right now would be welcome 
although disappointing.
Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




[O] Cannot start any agenda anymore

2014-11-24 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi all,

since yesterday I cannot start any agenda anymore.
I did reorganise a few things but cannot find the reason whats wrong.

setting debug to true I get the message below after a standard C-a a t. 
Please help I am completely stuck.
Thank you, Rainer


Org-mode version 8.3beta (release_8.3beta-589-g9eff31 @ 
c:/Users/rainer/AppData/Roaming/.emacs.d/org/lisp/)
GNU Emacs 24.3.50.1 (i386-mingw-nt6.1.7601) of 2013-03-14 on VBOX



Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument stringp nil)
  looking-at(nil)
  outline-on-heading-p(t)
  org-at-heading-p()
  (cond ((eq mode (quote item)) (org-element-item-parser limit structure 
raw-secondary-p)) ((eq mode (quote table-row)) (org-element-table-row-parser 
limit)) ((eq mode (quote
node-property)) (org-element-node-property-parser limit)) ((let* 
((org-called-with-limited-levels t) (org-outline-regexp 
(org-get-limited-outline-regexp)) (outline-regexp
org-outline-regexp) (org-outline-regexp-bol (concat ^ org-outline-regexp))) 
(org-at-heading-p)) (org-element-headline-parser limit raw-secondary-p)) ((eq 
mode (quote section))
(org-element-section-parser limit)) ((eq mode (quote first-section)) 
(org-element-section-parser (or (save-excursion (let* 
((org-called-with-limited-levels t) (org-outline-regexp
...) (outline-regexp org-outline-regexp) (org-outline-regexp-bol ...)) 
(outline-next-heading))) limit))) ((and (eq mode (quote planning)) (looking-at 
org-planning-line-re))
(org-element-planning-parser limit)) ((and (memq mode (quote (planning 
property-drawer))) (looking-at org-property-drawer-re)) 
(org-element-property-drawer-parser limit)) ((not
(bolp)) (org-element-paragraph-parser limit (list (point ((looking-at 
org-clock-line-re) (org-element-clock-parser limit)) ((org-at-heading-p) 
(org-element-inlinetask-parser
limit raw-secondary-p)) (t (let ((affiliated 
(org-element--collect-affiliated-keywords limit))) (cond ((and (cdr affiliated) 
(= (point) limit)) (goto-char (car affiliated))
(org-element-keyword-parser limit nil)) ((looking-at 
org-element--latex-begin-environment) (org-element-latex-environment-parser 
limit affiliated)) ((looking-at org-drawer-regexp)
(org-element-drawer-parser limit affiliated)) ((looking-at [   ]*:\\( 
\\|$\\)) (org-element-fixed-width-parser limit affiliated)) ((looking-at [
 ]*#) (goto-char (match-end 0))
(cond ((looking-at \\(?: \\|$\\)) (beginning-of-line) 
(org-element-comment-parser limit affiliated)) ((looking-at 
\\+BEGIN_\\(\\S-+\\)) (beginning-of-line) (let ... ...))
((looking-at \\+CALL:) (beginning-of-line) (org-element-babel-call-parser 
limit affiliated)) ((looking-at \\+BEGIN:? ) (beginning-of-line) 
(org-element-dynamic-block-parser
limit affiliated)) ((looking-at \\+\\S-+:) (beginning-of-line) 
(org-element-keyword-parser limit affiliated)) (t (beginning-of-line) 
(org-element-paragraph-parser limit
affiliated ((looking-at org-footnote-definition-re) 
(org-element-footnote-definition-parser limit affiliated)) ((looking-at [  
]*-\\{5,\\}[]*$)
(org-element-horizontal-rule-parser limit affiliated)) ((looking-at %%() 
(org-element-diary-sexp-parser limit affiliated)) ((org-at-table-p t) 
(org-element-table-parser limit
affiliated)) ((looking-at (org-item-re)) (org-element-plain-list-parser limit 
affiliated (or structure (org-element--list-struct limit (t 
(org-element-paragraph-parser limit
affiliated))
  (let ((case-fold-search t) (raw-secondary-p (and granularity (not (eq 
granularity (quote object)) (cond ((eq mode (quote item)) 
(org-element-item-parser limit structure
raw-secondary-p)) ((eq mode (quote table-row)) (org-element-table-row-parser 
limit)) ((eq mode (quote node-property)) (org-element-node-property-parser 
limit)) ((let*
((org-called-with-limited-levels t) (org-outline-regexp 
(org-get-limited-outline-regexp)) (outline-regexp org-outline-regexp) 
(org-outline-regexp-bol (concat ^
org-outline-regexp))) (org-at-heading-p)) (org-element-headline-parser limit 
raw-secondary-p)) ((eq mode (quote section)) (org-element-section-parser 
limit)) ((eq mode (quote
first-section)) (org-element-section-parser (or (save-excursion (let* (... ... 
... ...) (outline-next-heading))) limit))) ((and (eq mode (quote planning)) 
(looking-at
org-planning-line-re)) (org-element-planning-parser limit)) ((and (memq mode 
(quote (planning property-drawer))) (looking-at org-property-drawer-re))
(org-element-property-drawer-parser limit)) ((not (bolp)) 
(org-element-paragraph-parser limit (list (point ((looking-at 
org-clock-line-re) (org-element-clock-parser limit))
((org-at-heading-p) (org-element-inlinetask-parser limit raw-secondary-p)) (t 
(let ((affiliated (org-element--collect-affiliated-keywords limit))) (cond 
((and (cdr affiliated) (=
... limit)) (goto-char (car affiliated)) (org-element-keyword-parser limit 
nil)) ((looking-at org-element--latex-begin-environment) 
(org-element-latex-environment-parser limit
affiliated)) ((looking-at org-drawer-regexp) 

Re: [O] How to trigger the clockcheck in an agenda view.

2014-11-20 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 27.09.2013 um 15:00 schrieb Carsten Dominik:
 
 On 10.9.2013, at 17:07, Nicolas Girard girard.nico...@gmail.com wrote:
 
 2013/8/5 Sebastien Vauban sva-n...@mygooglest.com:

 Except the above, I definitely don't understand why it wouldn't work for 
 you.
 Can you reproduce the problem with a minimal Emacs config file (adding the
 require of `org' and `org-agenda' before)?


 I think I understand why Rainer has a problem.

 According to the docstring from `org-agenda-custom-commands', there
 are two acceptable syntaxes for defining a command:
 - the simple one : (key desc type match settings files)
 - and the complex or composite one : (key desc (cmd1 cmd2 ...)
 general-settings-for-whole-set files).

 Now, the following code defines two commands, who are functionally
 identical, but syntactically different. The first one uses the simple
 syntax, and the second one, the complex syntax.

 If you evaluate the code and trigger the agenda, you'll see that the
 first command *doesn't* work as expected, while the second works.

 (I just borrowed your scissors to delimit my code, hope you don't mind ;-) )

 --8---cut here---start-8---
  (setq org-agenda-custom-commands nil)
  (setq org-agenda-custom-commands
(append
 org-agenda-custom-commands '(
 (G Good: Clock Review
  ((agenda 
   ((org-agenda-show-log 'clockcheck)
(org-agenda-clockreport-mode t)
 (B  Bad: Clock Review
  agenda 
  ((org-agenda-show-log 'clockcheck)
   (org-agenda-clockreport-mode t))
 --8---cut here---end---8---
 
 There are a couple of subtle issues here.
 
 First of all, do not bind org-agenda-clockreport-mode or org-agenda-show-log 
 in this way, these are internal variables and meant for a mode that is 
 toggled interactively.  Use org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode and 
 org-agenda-start-with-log-mode  instead.  These are the values chosen when a 
 new agenda buffer is created, and at that time its value is copied into 
 internal variables.
 
 Second, because this happens when the agenda buffer is created, these need to 
 be in the global list of variables, not the local ones for the agenda list, 
 when you use a list of commands.  So the example below will work in both 
 cases:
 
  (setq org-agenda-custom-commands
(append
 org-agenda-custom-commands '(
 (H Good: Clock Review
  ((agenda ))
((org-agenda-start-with-log-mode 'clockcheck)
 (org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode t)))
 (C  Bad: Clock Review
  agenda 
  ((org-agenda-start-with-log-mode 'clockcheck)
   (org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode t))
 
 
 
 Hope this helps.
 
 - Carsten
 
Hello Carsten,

thank you for that. clockcheck is working. But as soon as I get the clockcheck 
view the scheduled items to disappear in my agenda view.
I only can get scheduled items or all items in clockchecked view, not both 
features.
Any idea?
Thanks!
- Rainer




Re: [O] cannot get an agenda showing logged todos, scheduled todos and clockcheck items at the same time

2014-11-18 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 17.11.2014 10:03, schrieb Brady Trainor:
 Hello, 

 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:

(agenda todays agenda
(
 (org-agenda-span 'day)
 (org-agenda-log-mode 'clockcheck)
 (org-agenda-start-with-log-mode t)
 (org-agenda-overriding-header Today's Agenda)))
 I am not using this, so I won't be able to test it but... I did google 
 clockcheck and check some of your variables. 

 If I execute M-x apropos RET org agenda log mode RET, it appears this is a 
 command not a variable, at least in my org-mode version 8.2.10.

 A few lines down (in the apropos findings) I see `org-agenda-log-mode-items', 
 which I think it should be a list, so for example

 #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
 (org-agenda-log-mode-items '(closed clock state))
 #+END_SRC

 Consider your thread http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/74599 from 
 July. There, Sebastien Vauban suggested the variable assignment

 #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
 (org-agenda-log-mode 'clockcheck)
 #+END_SRC

 Perhaps this is what you meant above. Or Mike McLean suggests, 

 #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
 (org-agenda-show-log 'clockcheck)
 #+END_SRC

 Then, at the end of the thread, Carsten Dominick advises against using these, 
 and suggest instead to use these in the global section of your custom 
 command. 

 #+BEGIN_SRC 
 (org-agenda-start-with-log-mode 'clockcheck)
 (org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode t)
 #+END_SRC

 In summary, maybe you should have this:

 #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
 (setq org-agenda-custom-commands
   '((Z todays agenda
  ((agenda ))
  ((org-agenda-span 'day)
   (org-agenda-start-with-log-mode 'clockcheck)
   (org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode t)
   (org-agenda-log-mode-items '(closed clock state))
   (org-agenda-overriding-header Today's Agenda)
 #+END_SRC

 Further, I shifted some of the terms around. Note the `agenda' block usually 
 takes the empty string, but it seems you gave it the name of the command. 

 HTH

 --
 Brady

 Thank you.
 Regards, Rainer
Thanks Brady,

I tried what you suggested but same result: it only shows clockcheck entries 
without the scheduled todos.
I cannot get both to display at the same time.

Anybody have an idea?
Thank you,
Rainer



[O] cannot get an agenda showing logged todos, scheduled todos and clockcheck items at the same time

2014-11-17 Thread Rainer Stengele
Dear all,

I cannot get an agenda showing logged todos, all scheduled items and clockcheck 
view for gaps or overlappings clocking.
I start with log mode on and my agenda shows all scheduled todos.
As soon as I hit v c to see the clockchecks result the scheduled todos 
disappear.

Is there any way for an agenda to always see all logged todos, all scheduled 
todos and always get the clockcheck view in order to see gaps or overlaps?

My agenda is configured like:

..
  (agenda todays agenda
  (
   (org-agenda-span 'day)
   (org-agenda-log-mode 'clockcheck)
   (org-agenda-start-with-log-mode t)
   (org-agenda-overriding-header Today's Agenda)))
...

I never could get a configuration which also shows the clockcheck items.
I therefore start as configured and as as said soon as I press v c my 
scheduled items disappear.

Any idea?

Thank you.
Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] HTML export of - [ ] does not display box anymore

2014-08-06 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 05.08.2014 um 15:39 schrieb Rick Frankel:
 On 2014-08-05 08:25, Rainer Stengele wrote:
 Hi,

 doing an html export of

 * headline
 - [ ] checkbox
 - item

 I do not see the checkbox box anymore as I did in older versions.
 I tried to find an export setting, tried several settings related to
 todos but I cannot find a setting stopping the box to be exported.

 Any hint where I could search for?

 Checkbox export is handled by a constant and a custom variable:

 - `org-html-checkbox-types' :: A constant defining the output for
 unicode (entity), ascii, and html (form) versions of the
 checkboxes.
 - `org-html-checkbox-type' :: A customizable variable defining
 which version of the above to use. The default is ascii,
 which should result in backwards compatible output.

 Here's the output i get for your list above (using the default ascii
 option):

 ul class=org-ul
 li class=offcode[#xa0;]/code checkbox
 /li
 liitem
 /li
 /ul

 which seems correct to me.


Hi,

I have these set correctly. What I get is: (I run Org-mode version 8.3beta 
(release_8.3beta-167-g003edd)

?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8?
!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN
http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd;
html xmlns=http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml; lang=de xml:lang=de
head
titleheadline/title
meta  http-equiv=Content-Type content=text/html;charset=utf-8 /
meta  name=generator content=Org-mode /
meta  name=author content=Rainer Stengele /
style type=text/css
 !--/*--![CDATA[/*!--*/
  .title  { text-align: center; }
  .todo   { font-family: monospace; color: red; }
  .done   { color: green; }
  .tag{ background-color: #eee; font-family: monospace;
padding: 2px; font-size: 80%; font-weight: normal; }
  .timestamp { color: #bebebe; }
  .timestamp-kwd { color: #5f9ea0; }
  .right  { margin-left: auto; margin-right: 0px;  text-align: right; }
  .left   { margin-left: 0px;  margin-right: auto; text-align: left; }
  .center { margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; text-align: center; }
  .underline { text-decoration: underline; }
  #postamble p, #preamble p { font-size: 90%; margin: .2em; }
  p.verse { margin-left: 3%; }
  pre {
border: 1px solid #ccc;
box-shadow: 3px 3px 3px #eee;
padding: 8pt;
font-family: monospace;
overflow: auto;
margin: 1.2em;
  }
  pre.src {
position: relative;
overflow: visible;
padding-top: 1.2em;
  }
  pre.src:before {
display: none;
position: absolute;
background-color: white;
top: -10px;
right: 10px;
padding: 3px;
border: 1px solid black;
  }
  pre.src:hover:before { display: inline;}
  pre.src-sh:before{ content: 'sh'; }
  pre.src-bash:before  { content: 'sh'; }
  pre.src-emacs-lisp:before { content: 'Emacs Lisp'; }
  pre.src-R:before { content: 'R'; }
  pre.src-perl:before  { content: 'Perl'; }
  pre.src-java:before  { content: 'Java'; }
  pre.src-sql:before   { content: 'SQL'; }

  table { border-collapse:collapse; }
  caption.t-above { caption-side: top; }
  caption.t-bottom { caption-side: bottom; }
  td, th { vertical-align:top;  }
  th.right  { text-align: center;  }
  th.left   { text-align: center;   }
  th.center { text-align: center; }
  td.right  { text-align: right;  }
  td.left   { text-align: left;   }
  td.center { text-align: center; }
  dt { font-weight: bold; }
  .footpara:nth-child(2) { display: inline; }
  .footpara { display: block; }
  .footdef  { margin-bottom: 1em; }
  .figure { padding: 1em; }
  .figure p { text-align: center; }
  .inlinetask {
padding: 10px;
border: 2px solid gray;
margin: 10px;
background: #cc;
  }
  #org-div-home-and-up
   { text-align: right; font-size: 70%; white-space: nowrap; }
  textarea { overflow-x: auto; }
  .linenr { font-size: smaller }
  .code-highlighted { background-color: #00; }
  .org-info-js_info-navigation { border-style: none; }
  #org-info-js_console-label
{ font-size: 10px; font-weight: bold; white-space: nowrap; }
  .org-info-js_search-highlight
{ background-color: #00; color: #00; font-weight: bold; }
  /*]]*/--
/style
script type=text/javascript
/*
@licstart  The following is the entire license notice for the
JavaScript code in this tag.

Copyright (C) 2012-2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.

The JavaScript code in this tag is free software: you can
redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU
General Public License (GNU GPL) as published by the Free Software
Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option)
any later version.  The code is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU GPL for more details.

As additional permission under GNU GPL version 3 section 7, you
may distribute non-source (e.g., minimized or compacted) forms of
that code without the copy of the GNU GPL normally required by
section 4, provided you include this license notice and a URL
through which

Re: [O] HTML export of - [ ] does not display box anymore = solved

2014-08-06 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 06.08.2014 um 16:28 schrieb Rick Frankel:
 On Wed, Aug 06, 2014 at 10:05:25AM +0200, Rainer Stengele wrote:
Am 05.08.2014 um 15:39 schrieb Rick Frankel:
  On 2014-08-05 08:25, Rainer Stengele wrote:
doing an html export of

* headline
- [ ] checkbox
- item

I do not see the checkbox box anymore as I did in older versions.
I tried to find an export setting, tried several settings related to
todos but I cannot find a setting stopping the box to be exported.

 The fix was easier than i thought. Please pull master and retry.

 rick
Perfect, that brings it back.
Thanks a lot!
Rainer



[O] HTML export of - [ ] does not display box anymore

2014-08-05 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi,

doing an html export of

* headline
  - [ ] checkbox
  - item

I do not see the checkbox box anymore as I did in older versions.
I tried to find an export setting, tried several settings related to todos but 
I cannot find a setting stopping the box to be exported.

Any hint where I could search for?

Regards, Rainer




[O] 2014-07-19 Sa .+2d date switching no more working after some time

2014-07-23 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi,

I see a buggy behaviour since upgrading from 8.2 to Org-mode version 8.3beta 
(release_8.3beta-51-g02f2d5

I have this task:

*** TODO [#A] 100 LS
:@HOME:
SCHEDULED: 2014-07-19 Sa .+2d

progressing the status to DONE switches to:

*** TODO [#A] 100 LS
:@HOME:
CLOSED: [2014-07-23 Mi 11:30] SCHEDULED: 2014-07-19 Sa .+2d

which is wrong. Why is the task CLOSED and the SCHEDULED date not forwarded?


Now, after freshly restarting emacs the wrong behavior is gone.
I had the same problem yesterday. It seems that the current Org mode does 
crash somewhere in the daily work and then show the wrong behavior as 
described.
I know this is not information to be able to debug.
I will try to track this.

Thank you.

Regards, Rainer




[O] agenda htmlize-buffer exception

2014-06-27 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi.

Trying to htmlize my org agenda buffer stops with exception below.
I cannot understand the reason.
I use zenburn color-theme.

org-priority-faces is a variable defined in `org-faces.el'.
Its value is
((67 . #7cb8bb)
 (66 . #bfebbf)
 (65 . cornflowerblue)
 (68 . grey)
 (69 . grey)
 (70 . grey))

Can please anybody help!

Thank you,
Rainer


Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument listp org-priority)
  mapcar(htmlize-decode-face-prop ((:inherit nil :foreground cornflowerblue) 
. org-priority))
  (apply (function nconc) (mapcar (function htmlize-decode-face-prop) prop))
  (cond ((null prop) nil) ((symbolp prop) (and (facep prop) (list prop))) 
((stringp prop) (and (facep (intern-soft prop)) (list prop))) ((atom prop) nil) 
((and (symbolp (car prop))
(eq 58 (aref (symbol-name (car prop)) 0))) (list prop)) ((or (eq (car prop) 
(quote foreground-color)) (eq (car prop) (quote background-color))) (list 
prop)) (t (apply (function
nconc) (mapcar (function htmlize-decode-face-prop) prop
  htmlize-decode-face-prop(((:inherit nil :foreground cornflowerblue) . 
org-priority))
  (nunion (htmlize-decode-face-prop face-prop) faces :test (quote equal))
  (setq faces (nunion (htmlize-decode-face-prop face-prop) faces :test (quote 
equal)))
  (let ((face-prop (overlay-get overlay (quote face (setq faces (nunion 
(htmlize-decode-face-prop face-prop) faces :test (quote equal
  (while --dolist-tail-- (setq overlay (car --dolist-tail--)) (let ((face-prop 
(overlay-get overlay (quote face (setq faces (nunion 
(htmlize-decode-face-prop face-prop) faces
:test (quote equal (setq --dolist-tail-- (cdr --dolist-tail--)))
  (let ((--dolist-tail-- (overlays-in (point-min) (point-max))) overlay) (while 
--dolist-tail-- (setq overlay (car --dolist-tail--)) (let ((face-prop 
(overlay-get overlay (quote
face (setq faces (nunion (htmlize-decode-face-prop face-prop) faces :test 
(quote equal (setq --dolist-tail-- (cdr --dolist-tail--
  (progn (let ((--dolist-tail-- (overlays-in (point-min) (point-max))) overlay) 
(while --dolist-tail-- (setq overlay (car --dolist-tail--)) (let ((face-prop 
(overlay-get overlay
(quote face (setq faces (nunion (htmlize-decode-face-prop face-prop) faces 
:test (quote equal (setq --dolist-tail-- (cdr --dolist-tail--)
  (if htmlize-running-xemacs (let (face-prop) (map-extents (function (lambda 
(extent ignored) (setq face-prop (extent-face extent) faces (if (listp 
face-prop) (union face-prop
faces) (if ... faces ...))) nil)) nil (point-min) (point-max) nil nil (quote 
face))) (let ((pos (point-min)) face-prop next) (while ( pos (point-max)) 
(setq face-prop
(get-text-property pos (quote face)) next (or (next-single-property-change pos 
(quote face)) (point-max))) (setq faces (nunion (htmlize-decode-face-prop 
face-prop) faces :test
(quote equal))) (setq pos next))) (progn (let ((--dolist-tail-- (overlays-in 
(point-min) (point-max))) overlay) (while --dolist-tail-- (setq overlay (car 
--dolist-tail--)) (let
((face-prop (overlay-get overlay ...))) (setq faces (nunion 
(htmlize-decode-face-prop face-prop) faces :test (quote equal (setq 
--dolist-tail-- (cdr --dolist-tail--))
  (let (faces) (if htmlize-running-xemacs (let (face-prop) (map-extents 
(function (lambda (extent ignored) (setq face-prop (extent-face extent) faces 
(if ... ... ...)) nil)) nil
(point-min) (point-max) nil nil (quote face))) (let ((pos (point-min)) 
face-prop next) (while ( pos (point-max)) (setq face-prop (get-text-property 
pos (quote face)) next (or
(next-single-property-change pos (quote face)) (point-max))) (setq faces 
(nunion (htmlize-decode-face-prop face-prop) faces :test (quote equal))) (setq 
pos next))) (progn (let
((--dolist-tail-- (overlays-in (point-min) (point-max))) overlay) (while 
--dolist-tail-- (setq overlay (car --dolist-tail--)) (let ((face-prop ...)) 
(setq faces (nunion ... faces
:test ...))) (setq --dolist-tail-- (cdr --dolist-tail--)) faces)
  htmlize-faces-in-buffer()
  (let* ((buffer-faces (htmlize-faces-in-buffer)) (face-map 
(htmlize-make-face-map (if (memql (quote default) buffer-faces) buffer-faces 
(cons (quote default) buffer-faces
(places (gensym)) (title (if (buffer-file-name) (file-name-nondirectory 
(buffer-file-name)) (buffer-name (if htmlize-generate-hyperlinks (progn 
(htmlize-create-auto-links)))
(if htmlize-replace-form-feeds (progn (htmlize-shadow-form-feeds))) 
(save-current-buffer (set-buffer htmlbuf) (buffer-disable-undo) (insert 
(funcall (htmlize-method-function (quote
doctype))) 10 (format !-- Created by htmlize-%s in %s mode. --\n 
htmlize-version htmlize-output-type) html\n  ) (put places (quote 
head-start) (point-marker)) (insert
head\n title (htmlize-protect-string title) /title\n (if 
htmlize-html-charset (format (concat meta http-equiv=\Content-Type\  
content=\text/html;
charset=%s\\n) htmlize-html-charset) ) htmlize-head-tags) (funcall 
(htmlize-method-function (quote insert-head)) buffer-faces 

Re: [O] Fwd: Maintainer change on May 1st

2014-04-11 Thread Rainer Stengele
+1

Am 11.04.2014 12:30, schrieb Stefan Vollmar:
 +1
 
 Begin forwarded message:
 
 From: Igor Sosa Mayor joseleopoldo1...@gmail.com
 Subject: Re: [O] Maintainer change on May 1st
 Date: 10. April 2014 13:29:16 MESZ
 To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
 Reply-To: joseleopoldo1...@gmail.com

 Am Tue, Apr 08, 2014 at 09:29:46AM -0400, Jonathan Leech-Pepin schrieb:
 Another thank you to both of you for your hard work.  And absolutely no
 objections to the change.

 +1

 




Re: [O] \344 in org agenda date string only

2014-03-18 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 06.03.2014 21:28, schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 All
 
 since a few days I see \344 instead of German ä, but only in the date 
 string part of the agenda.
 The collected headlines from my org files show German Umlaute ä,ö,ü 
 correctly.
 Also all Org files look good.
 
 I wonder if someone has an idea how this can be removec.
 
 I run org 8.2.5h and Emacs 24.3.1 on Windows and Linux
 
 Thank you, Rainer
 

Hat irgendein deutscher User eine Idee?
Has any German speaking user an idea?

Thank you,
Rainer




Re: [O] setq: Symbol's function definition is void: org-add-archive-files = SOLVED

2014-03-14 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 12.03.2014 16:17, schrieb Bastien:
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:
 
 Org-mode version N/A-fixup (N/A-fixup !!check installation!! @ mixed
 ^^
 Did you run ~$ make or ~$ make autoloads?
 
I only did a make autoloads.
After a make it works.
Thank you, I updated my update script ..

Rainer





[O] setq: Symbol's function definition is void: org-add-archive-files

2014-03-12 Thread Rainer Stengele
All,

I not more can calculate a clocktable with

:scope agenda-with-archives

I try to create this clocktable

#+BEGIN: clocktable :maxlevel 0 :fileskip0 t :scope agenda-with-archives :block 
2014-03
#+END:

Error message is:

setq: Symbol's function definition is void: org-add-archive-files

I run

Org-mode version N/A-fixup (N/A-fixup !!check installation!! @ mixed 
installation! c:/emacs-24.3/lisp/org/ and 
c:/Users/rainer/AppData/Roaming/.emacs.d/org/lisp/)
GNU Emacs 24.3.50.1 (i386-mingw-nt6.1.7601) of 2013-03-14 on VBOX

I see the symbol here:

$ grep -ri   org-add-archive-files .
./lisp/org-agenda.el:(declare-function org-add-archive-files org-archive 
(files))
./lisp/org-agenda.el:   (setq files (org-add-archive-files files)))
./lisp/org-archive.el:(defun org-add-archive-files (files)
./lisp/org-clock.el:(setq scope (org-add-archive-files scope)))
./lisp/org-clock.el:(setq scope (org-add-archive-files (list 
(buffer-file-name)))
./lisp/org.el:(declare-function org-add-archive-files org-archive (files))
./lisp/org.el:(setq scope (org-add-archive-files scope)))
./lisp/org.el:(setq scope (org-add-archive-files (list 
(buffer-file-name))
./lisp/org.el:  (setq files (org-add-archive-files files)))
./lisp/org.el:  (setq files (org-add-archive-files files)))


Can anybody please help finding the reason for that?

Thank you.

Rainer




[O] \344 in org agenda date string only

2014-03-06 Thread Rainer Stengele
All

since a few days I see \344 instead of German ä, but only in the date string 
part of the agenda.
The collected headlines from my org files show German Umlaute ä,ö,ü correctly.
Also all Org files look good.

I wonder if someone has an idea how this can be removec.

I run org 8.2.5h and Emacs 24.3.1 on Windows and Linux

Thank you, Rainer







[O] question about performance when having multiple todo blocks from the same org files ..

2014-01-13 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi.

I have a complex agenda function as can be seen below.
Beside an agenda call I do want to show todos separated in blocks, grouped by 
priority or tags.
I want to show my prio A todos as one block before showing the rest of the 
todos sorted by prio.
I was wondering if Org does run through all the org files again and again in 
order to collect the data wanted
or if there is something like a cache is being filled when running through all 
buffers, collects all todos and then groups, sorts
and is availble for printing out whats wanted.

Thank you for a reply from someone who knows the internals.

Rainer

Org-mode version 8.2.2 (release_8.2.2-193-gf10166)

...
(01 agenda - prio A,B todos - sorted prio up - today  ;;
 (

  ;; show ONGOING todos first, but only if unscheduled, skip if 
scheduled
  (tags-todo ONGOING
 ((org-agenda-skip-function '(org-agenda-skip-entry-if 
'scheduled))
  (org-agenda-overriding-header ONGOING todos: )))
  (agenda todays agenda
  (
   ;; (org-agenda-skip-function
   ;; (lambda nil
   ;;   (org-agenda-skip-entry-if 'regexp :ONGOING:)))
   ;; (org-agenda-skip-entry-if 'regexp :ONGOING:)))
   (org-agenda-span 'day)
   (org-agenda-start-with-log-mode t)
   (org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode t)

   (org-agenda-overriding-header Today's Agenda)))

  (alltodo !!! TODOs Prio A - skip ONGOING todos!!!
   (
(org-agenda-skip-function (lambda nil
(or (org-agenda-skip-entry-if 
(quote notregexp) \\=.*\\[#A\\])
(org-agenda-skip-entry-if 
'regexp :ONGOING:)
(org-agenda-skip-entry-if 
'scheduled 'deadline 
(org-agenda-overriding-header !!! TODOs prio A - skip 
ONGOING todos: !!!)
))
  (alltodo todos Prio B til D - skip ONGOING todos
   (
(org-agenda-skip-function (lambda nil
(or (org-agenda-skip-entry-if 
(quote notregexp) \\=.*\\[#B\\|#C\\|#D\\])
(org-agenda-skip-entry-if 
'regexp :ONGOING:)
(org-agenda-skip-entry-if 
'scheduled 'deadline 
(org-agenda-overriding-header All todos prio B til D - 
skip ONGOING todos: )
))
  )
 ((org-agenda-sorting-strategy '(time-up priority-down todo-state-up
...




Re: [O] org-indent-mode corrupted most of a big org file

2013-12-12 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 02.12.2013 12:21, schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 All,
 
 last week I played around with org-indent-mode in my biggest (37.000 lines) 
 org file.
 3 days later I detected that most of the file was corrupted.
 WHy so late? Using the agenda I only saw the todos and did not recognise the 
 corrupted structures.
 Most * items had been placed at the beginning of the line and therefore now 
 became headlines.
 I do not know how this happened. I am not sure if I myself was the reason 
 somehow.
 Anyway I had to spend a fair amount of work to get the old file format from
 subversion and insert the changes since the corruption.
 
 This is just a warning to have backups at hand before changing to org-indent 
 mode.
 Then immediately and check often the contents of the file until you are sure 
 all is running well.
 
 Maybe someone has an idea.
 
 I will try to convert again later but then be much more careful.
 
 Rainer
 
 
 
Hi,

I believe I found the function that corrupted most of my buffer.
Trying to convert the indented org contents to unindented I discovered that
delete-whitespace-rectangle did a nice job.

Imagine you see something like this, cursor at ^.

*** headline0
 CLOCK: [2013-10-11 Fr 16:45]--[2013-10-11 Fr 17:00] =  0:15
^CLOCK: [2013-10-01 Di 14:30]--[2013-10-01 Di 23:00] =  8:30
 CLOCK: [2013-10-01 Di 09:45]--[2013-10-01 Di 10:15] =  0:30
 CLOCK: [2013-09-30 Mo 13:30]--[2013-09-30 Mo 17:00] =  3:30
 headline1
 headline2

calling delete-whitespace-rectangle results in:

*** headline0
CLOCK: [2013-10-11 Fr 16:45]--[2013-10-11 Fr 17:00] =  0:15
CLOCK: [2013-10-01 Di 14:30]--[2013-10-01 Di 23:00] =  8:30
CLOCK: [2013-10-01 Di 09:45]--[2013-10-01 Di 10:15] =  0:30
CLOCK: [2013-09-30 Mo 13:30]--[2013-09-30 Mo 17:00] =  3:30
 headline1
 headline2

Looks good.
Cycling headline2 shows, that all item lists which began
with * are now at the beginning of the line and therefore became headlines 
level 1!
That of course is only visible after cycling.
The mistake is maybe using the wrong rectangle, but anyway it
changes the invisible buffer contents.

Rainer



Re: [O] Proposal: adjust CLOCK directly in agenda

2013-12-09 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 02.09.2012 10:46, schrieb Bastien:
 Hi Rainer,
 
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:
 
 I cannot find a property which shows the start and ending time of an
 entry, so changing the total time is useless for me as I do not see
 where the task started or ended.
 I still consider the ability to edit values in the normal agenda view as
 an advantage.
 
 The change I implemented allows you to adjust the last clock of an entry
 from the agenda column view.
 
 Just go to such a view, S-up in a CLOCKSUM field and this will add
 minutes to your clock.
 
 I didn't implement adjusting clocks in cascade yet, as this needs to
 be clearly presented to the user, but I had a look and will suggest
 something.
 
 Thanks,
 
Bastien,

I still do a lot of adjustments to clocks after some time through the day
or even after checking the weeks or months past agenda.
I live in the agenda and there I find I have to adjust clocks.
For now I have to visit the org buffer, go to the clock entry, adjust the entry,
go back to agenda and reload (I work with sticky agendas).
I would very much like to stay in the agenda and simply S-up or S-down 
being on a clock entry.
That operation would update the clocks in the org buffer.
Any chance to get this as on a enhancement wish list?
if not could you please direct me to a way how I could possibly begin to 
program such a feature.

Thank you!

Rainer



Re: [O] org-indent-mode corrupted most of a big org file

2013-12-04 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 04.12.2013 09:25, schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:
 Hello,

 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:

 last week I played around with org-indent-mode in my biggest (37.000 lines) 
 org file.
 3 days later I detected that most of the file was corrupted.
 WHy so late? Using the agenda I only saw the todos and did not recognise the 
 corrupted structures.
 Most * items had been placed at the beginning of the line and therefore 
 now became headlines.
 I do not know how this happened. I am not sure if I myself was the reason 
 somehow.
 Anyway I had to spend a fair amount of work to get the old file format from
 subversion and insert the changes since the corruption.

 This is just a warning to have backups at hand before changing to org-indent 
 mode.
 Then immediately and check often the contents of the file until you are sure 
 all is running well.

 Maybe someone has an idea.

 I will try to convert again later but then be much more careful.
 For the sake of correctness, `org-indent-mode' cannot corrupt a file. It
 only modifies two text properties, `line-prefix' and `wrap-prefix',
 never the contents of the file.

 Something else corrupted that file. `org-indent-mode' possibly made it
 harder to notice, but you're looking after the wrong culprit.


 Regards,

Good to know.
But the indent-mode made it quite easy to mess up most of the file.
I think I tried somehow to delete the now no more needed whitespace and messed 
things up without noticing it.
I am afraid there is no easy way to convert a non org-indent-mode to a nice 
formatted org-indent-file.
For smaller files I went through them page by page and left shifted lists and 
items manually.
As far as I remember even Bernt Hansen did the work manually after switching.
Maybe someone has a suggestion.

Regards, Rainer




[O] Language format of clock/date entries

2013-12-04 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi,

I have to switch languages in my wiodows 7 system from time to time.
After switching my clock entries also switch format.
How can I force emacs/orgmode to stick with the german clock/Date format like 
for example:
[2013-12-02 Mo]
[2013-12-03 Di]
[2013-12-04 Mi]
[2013-12-05 Do]
[2013-12-06 Fr]
..

Thanks,
Rainer




[O] org-indent-mode corrupted most of a big org file

2013-12-02 Thread Rainer Stengele
All,

last week I played around with org-indent-mode in my biggest (37.000 lines) org 
file.
3 days later I detected that most of the file was corrupted.
WHy so late? Using the agenda I only saw the todos and did not recognise the 
corrupted structures.
Most * items had been placed at the beginning of the line and therefore now 
became headlines.
I do not know how this happened. I am not sure if I myself was the reason 
somehow.
Anyway I had to spend a fair amount of work to get the old file format from
subversion and insert the changes since the corruption.

This is just a warning to have backups at hand before changing to org-indent 
mode.
Then immediately and check often the contents of the file until you are sure 
all is running well.

Maybe someone has an idea.

I will try to convert again later but then be much more careful.

Rainer




Re: [O] Show TODO item in table of contents

2013-11-23 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 22.11.2013 23:48, schrieb Bernt Hansen:
 Nicolas Goaziou n.goaz...@gmail.com writes:
 
 Bernt Hansen be...@norang.ca writes:

 This patch 
 4c94c4d (ox-html: Add TODO keyword to TOC entries, 2013-11-06)

 changes the behaviour of HTML TOCs.  I noticed that when I export my
 org-mode document (http://doc.norang.ca/org-mode.html) with this patch
 the TOC no longer has numbering on the items - and it is just displayed
 as a plain list.

 Was this intended?  

 Not really. This is a good ole regression.

 Can this be fixed?

 I pushed a fix. Is it better now?
 
 Much better!  Thanks for the quick fix! :)
 
 Regards,
 Bernt
 
 
I just tried out. The TOC includes the todo items.
I just can't remember if before the todo items were also colored in the TOC.
Could it be that the patch removed that colorizing?
I find it much more appealing to see the todos in the TOC in the same color as 
in the headlines.

Thanks, Rainer




Re: [O] org-mouse

2013-11-15 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi, I also do see no functionality of any mouse button press after successfully 
requiring org-mouse.
How can I track that problem?

Rainer

Am 14.11.2013 17:43, schrieb Nick Dokos:
 Kenneth Jacker k...@be.cs.appstate.edu writes:
 
 [ Xubuntu 12.04.3;  Xfce 4.8;  Wfwm 4.8.3; org-mode 8.2.1 ]

 As stated in the ELisp source file, I put this in my .emacs:

 (require 'org-mouse)

 I then evaled the above, and even restarted Emacs, but I can't seem to
 get any additional mouse behavior in Org.

 Do I need something else?

 
 No, evaling the require should be enough.
 
 Try clicking button-1 on an asterisk of a heading in an org file: does
 it fold the item? If so, it's working :-)
 
 org-mouse.el contains the following notes - that should give you an idea
 of what it does:
 
 ;; Org-mouse implements the following features:
 ;; * following links with the left mouse button (in Emacs 22)
 ;; * subtree expansion/collapse (org-cycle) with the left mouse button
 ;; * several context menus on the right mouse button:
 ;;+ general text
 ;;+ headlines
 ;;+ timestamps
 ;;+ priorities
 ;;+ links
 ;;+ tags
 ;; * promoting/demoting/moving subtrees with mouse-3
 ;;+ if the drag starts and ends in the same line then promote/demote
 ;;+ otherwise move the subtree
 ;;
 
 It all seems to work fine for me.
 
 Nick
 
 
 
 




Re: [O] org-mouse: solved

2013-11-15 Thread Rainer Stengele
I needed to configure variable org-mouse-features

Works! Thanks, Rainer.

Am 15.11.2013 14:08, schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 Hi, I also do see no functionality of any mouse button press after 
 successfully requiring org-mouse.
 How can I track that problem?
 
 Rainer
 
 Am 14.11.2013 17:43, schrieb Nick Dokos:
 Kenneth Jacker k...@be.cs.appstate.edu writes:

 [ Xubuntu 12.04.3;  Xfce 4.8;  Wfwm 4.8.3; org-mode 8.2.1 ]

 As stated in the ELisp source file, I put this in my .emacs:

 (require 'org-mouse)

 I then evaled the above, and even restarted Emacs, but I can't seem to
 get any additional mouse behavior in Org.

 Do I need something else?


 No, evaling the require should be enough.

 Try clicking button-1 on an asterisk of a heading in an org file: does
 it fold the item? If so, it's working :-)

 org-mouse.el contains the following notes - that should give you an idea
 of what it does:

 ;; Org-mouse implements the following features:
 ;; * following links with the left mouse button (in Emacs 22)
 ;; * subtree expansion/collapse (org-cycle) with the left mouse button
 ;; * several context menus on the right mouse button:
 ;;+ general text
 ;;+ headlines
 ;;+ timestamps
 ;;+ priorities
 ;;+ links
 ;;+ tags
 ;; * promoting/demoting/moving subtrees with mouse-3
 ;;+ if the drag starts and ends in the same line then promote/demote
 ;;+ otherwise move the subtree
 ;;

 It all seems to work fine for me.

 Nick




 
 
 




Re: [O] M-return = org-insert-heading in item list scrolls buffer down 1 line

2013-11-12 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 11.11.2013 17:58, schrieb Bastien:
 Hi Rainer,
 
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:
 
 That might be a bug.
 
 Did you re-compile Emacs recently?  This looks like a bug in the
 display engine that I've noticed too a while ago.
 
Hi Bastien,

no, I use GNU Emacs 24.3.50.1 (i386-mingw-nt6.1.7601) of 2013-03-14 on VBOX 
sice several months.

Rainer



[O] M-return = org-insert-heading in item list scrolls buffer down 1 line

2013-11-11 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi,

these days I suddenly have the problem that after inserting a new list item 
with M-return the item is added correctly but the buffer scrolls down 1 line.
I am not sure if this is related to the latest org update done a few days ago.

Any idea how to stop this?

Ok, just before sending out I found the culprit:

I had set scroll-margin to 2.
Resetting to 0 solves the problem.

That might be a bug.

Rainer




Re: [O] Show TODO item in table of contents

2013-11-06 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 05.11.2013 17:33, schrieb Bastien:
 Hi Rainser,
 
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:
 
 I have that one set to t.
 What I want is to see the todo state words in the table of contents.
 I see them in the contents but not in the table of contents.
 
 Mhh... then I think you can't, sorry.
 
Hi all,

I would propose that as an enhancement:


In html export include todo state words in table of contents.


Anybody else would find this useful?

Thank you,
Rainer



Re: [O] Show TODO item in table of contents

2013-11-06 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 06.11.2013 16:13, schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:
 Hello,
 
 Bastien b...@gnu.org writes:
 
 Nicolas Goaziou n.goaz...@gmail.com writes:

 In html export include todo state words in table of contents.

 Would the following patch do the job?

 It does for me!  Thanks
 
 Applied then.
 
 
 Regards,
 
Wonderful! Works!

I love you guys ..

Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] Show TODO item in table of contents

2013-11-05 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 04.11.2013 22:48, schrieb Bastien:
 Hi Rainer,

 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:

 I couldn't find a way to show the TODO items in the table of econtents of an 
 exported html of an org file.
 I do not mean org-export-mark-todo-in-toc.
 Please help me find a variable!
 org-export-with-tasks ?

Hi Bastien,

I have that one set to t.
What I want is to see the todo state words in the table of contents.
I see them in the contents but not in the table of contents.

Thanks,
Rainer



[O] Show TODO item in table of contents

2013-11-04 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi all,

I couldn't find a way to show the TODO items in the table of econtents of an 
exported html of an org file.
I do not mean org-export-mark-todo-in-toc.
Please help me find a variable!

Thank you, Rainer




Re: [O] How to collect status of all checkboxes in lower subtrees

2013-10-12 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 10.10.2013 18:05, schrieb Eric S Fraga:
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:
 
 Hi!

 I have a headline with several sub headlines and sub items in lists.
 Scattered all over I have checkboxes.
 I would very much like to collect and see the overall status of unchecked 
 checkboxes.
 
 Not sure you can do what you want.  However, if you change the checkbox
 lists to headlines with TODOs, what you want is possible:
 
 #+begin_src org
   ,* project [2/6]
   ,** [1/3] subproject 1
   ,*** TODO todo 1
   ,*** DONE todo 2
   ,*** TODO todo 3
   ,** [1/3] sub subproject 1
   ,*** TODO todo 1
   ,*** TODO todo 2
   ,*** DONE todo 3
 #+end_src
 
Thank you Eric,
until now TODOs for me always seemed to be a bit heavyweight because of the 
headline needed.
I wonder how people are working.
Do you use checkboxes a lot or prefer TODOs even for simple subtasks?

I find it disturbing to have to open a new headline just for a simple task.
This forces me to continue with TODOs (= headlines) else all subitems will 
belong to the preceding headline.

Any best practice or comment?

Thanks,
Rainer



[O] How to collect status of all checkboxes in lower subtrees

2013-10-10 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi!

I have a headline with several sub headlines and sub items in lists.
Scattered all over I have checkboxes.
I would very much like to collect and see the overall status of unchecked 
checkboxes.


Example:

* project
** subproject 1
- [ ] todo 1
- [X] todo 2
- [ ] todo 3
*** sub subproject 1
- [ ] todo 1
- [ ] todo 2
- [X] todo 3
...


I would like to see

* project [2/6] ...


Is there a way to achieve this?
I already know about  org-hierarchical-todo-statistics and  
org-hierarchical-checkbox-statistics.

Thanks,
Rainer




Re: [O] ANN: Release 8.1

2013-09-08 Thread Rainer Stengele
Thanks Carsten!

ORG is always improving. It's amazing!
I like the performance improvement through org-agenda-ignore-drawer-properties 
a lot!

Keep up the good work!

- Rainer

Am 06.09.2013 22:21, schrieb Carsten Dominik:
 Hi everyone!
 
 The current git master has just been tagged as release 8.1.  I would like
 to thank everyone who contributed to it.  I am extremely glad to see how
 little input from my side is really needed to move this project like a well
 oiled machine.  Thank you Org community, with its increasing number
 of people who take responsibility.
 
 Special thanks to Bastien for pushing this release over the finish line,
 next time it will be truly me who will do this.  After struggling with
 this during the first few month after I took over the maintainer role
 again, I seem to have found a way now to make sufficient time.
 
 Below is a list of changes.
 
 Enjoy!
 
 - Carsten
 
   
 
   ORG 8.1
   
 
 
 
 Incompatible changes
 
 
 Combine org-mac-message.el and org-mac-link-grabber into org-mac-link.el
 
 
   Please remove calls to `(require 'org-mac-message)' and `(require
   'org-mac-link-grabber)' in your `.emacs' initialization file.  All you
   need now is `(require 'org-mac-link)'.
 
   Additionally, replace any calls to `ogml-grab-link' to
   `org-mac-grab-link'.  For example, replace this line:
 
   ,
   | (define-key org-mode-map (kbd C-c g) 'omgl-grab-link)
   `
 
   with this:
 
   ,
   | (define-key org-mode-map (kbd C-c g) 'org-mac-grab-link)
   `
 
 
 HTML export: Replace `HTML_HTML5_FANCY' by `:html-html5-fancy' (...)
 
 
   Some of the HTML specific export options in Org 8.1 are either nil or
   t, like `#+HTML_INCLUDE_STYLE'.  We replaced these binary options with
   option keywords like :html-include-style.
 
   So you need to replace
 
   ,
   | #+HTML_INCLUDE_STYLE: t
   `
 
   by
 
   ,
   | #+OPTIONS: :html-include-style t
   `
 
   Options affected by this change: `HTML5_FANCY', `HTML_INCLUDE_SCRIPTS'
   and `HTML_INCLUDE_STYLE'.
 
 
 Important bugfixes
 ==
 
 org-insert-heading has been rewritten and bugs are now fixed
 
 
 
 The replacement of disputed keys is now turned of when reading a date
 ~
 
 
 New features
 
 
 You can now use `xdg-open' to control how to open files
 ~~~
 
 
 `C-c ^ x' will now sort checklist items by their checked status
 ~~~
 
   See org-sort-list: hitting `C-c ^ x' will put checked items at the end
   of the list.
 
 
 Various LaTeX export enhancements
 ~
 
   - Support SVG images
   - Support for .pgf files
   - LaTeX Babel blocks can now be exported as `.tikz' files
   - Allow `latexmk' as an option for org-latex-pdf-process
   - When using `\usepackage[AUTO]{inputenc}', AUTO will automatically be
 replaced with a coding system derived from
 `buffer-file-coding-system'.
   - The dependency on the `latexsym' LaTeX package has been removed, we
 now use `amssymb' symbols by default instead.
 
 
 Remapping `forward-paragraph' and `backward-paragraph'
 ~~
 
   `forward-paragraph' and `backward-paragraph' are now remapped to
   org-forward-element and org-backward-element respectively.
   E.g. hitting `C-down' on a headline will move to the next headline.
 
 
 New entities in `org-entities.el'
 ~
 
   Add support for ell, imath, jmath, varphi, varpi, aleph, gimel, beth,
   dalet, cdots, S (ß), dag, ddag, colon, therefore, because, triangleq,
   leq, geq, lessgtr, lesseqgtr, ll, lll, gg, ggg, prec, preceq,
   preccurleyeq, succ, succeq, succurleyeq, setminus, nexist(s), mho,
   check, frown, diamond.  Changes loz, vert, checkmark, smile and tilde.
 
 
 New options
 ===
 
 New option org-bookmark-names-plist
 ~~~
 
   This allows to specify the names of automatic bookmarks.
 
 
 New option org-agenda-ignore-drawer-properties
 ~~
 
   This allows more flexibility when optimizing the agenda generation.
   See [http://orgmode.org/worg/agenda-optimization.html] for details.
 
 
 New option: org-html-link-use-abs-url to force using absolute URLs
 ~~
 
   This is an export/publishing option, and should be used either within
   the `#+OPTIONS' line(s) or within a org-publish-project-alist.
 
   Setting this option to 

Re: [O] org-speed-commands-default 1 2 3

2013-09-03 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 03.09.2013 00:35, schrieb Tom Davey:
 Olen writes:
 
 Level 2 is very useful - and cannot, unlike Level 1, be reached by S-TAB.
 
 Actually, it can. S-TAB takes a numeric prefix key. The doc string says:
 
 When ARG is a numeric prefix, show contents of this level.
 
 So, you can directly open or close the outline to _any_ desired level N 
 with C-N S-TAB. I find that feature to be incredibly handy. It encourages me 
 to nest my outlines as deeply
 as I wish.
 
 Here's a little navigation utility I wrote to take advantage of S-TAB's 
 ability. Sometimes I'll want to collapse the outline to the level at point in 
 order, say, to clean things up
 by closing all lower levels. However, it's not always obvious to me what 
 level I'm on. And without knowing what level I'm on, I can't hit the right 
 numeric prefix for S-TAB. The
 following utility does it all automagically by passing the result of 
 org-outline-level() to S-TAB. C-S-TAB is a logical binding for this function.
 
 (defun open-org-outline-to-current-level ()
   Opens or closes the Orgmode outline to the level at point.
(interactive)
(org-shifttab (org-outline-level))
(message The current outline level is %s. (org-outline-level)))
 
 Regards,
 Tom Davey
 
 
 
 On Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 9:02 AM, Oleh ohwoeo...@gmail.com 
 mailto:ohwoeo...@gmail.com wrote:
 
 On Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 9:01 AM, Carsten Dominik
 carsten.domi...@gmail.com mailto:carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote:
 
  On 23.7.2013, at 15:48, Oleh ohwoeo...@gmail.com 
 mailto:ohwoeo...@gmail.com wrote:
 
  Hi all,
 
  I've recently started using `org-use-speed-commands', and I like it a 
 lot,
  except I had to make one tweak:
 
 (setq org-use-speed-commands t)
 (setq org-speed-commands-user
   '((1 . (org-shifttab 1))
 (2 . (org-shifttab 2))
 (3 . (org-shifttab 3
 
  The corresponding values of `org-speed-commands-default' aren't that 
 useful
  for GTD:
 
 (1 org-priority 65)
 (2 org-priority 66)
 (3 org-priority 67)
 
  That depends on wether you work with priorities.  I find S-TAB easy 
 enough, so I do not
  really see the need for speed commands here.
 
 Maybe I should elaborate my point of view on the usability.
 Priorities don't normally need buttons to jump between states,
 a knob is enough: only increase/decrease priority, not jump to priority 
 1,
 jump to priority 2 etc.
 
 Outlines, on the other hand, can benefit from the ability to jump between
 the levels of expansion.
 
 Level 1 is very useful - it minimizes everything, showing the
 structure of the file. S-TAB is useful and simple, but you have to
 repeat several times,
 checking each time if it has brought you to the level that you wanted to 
 be on.
 
 Level 2 is very useful - and cannot, unlike Level 1, be reached by S-TAB.
 For my gtd.org http://gtd.org, it shows the tasks and appointments, 
 without expanding
 them, as well as the project names, but not what they contain.
 This gives a nice overview of my projects.
 
 Level 3 is very useful - and cannot be reached by S-TAB.
 It shows me the separate TODOs for my projects, without revealing my
 notes on them, just the headings.
 I even bound the rest of the digits to levels and it is useful sometimes.
 
 In my opinion, these shortcuts make org-mode a better outlining tool,
 and should be given priority before the priority shortcuts.
 
 Slightly off-topic, these type of shortcuts is why I use Ubuntu Unity (I 
 think
 I managed to turn off the spying). It's got a feature that Super+1-9
 switches between applications in the sidebar slots 1-9. Sure, it's
 possible to do with Alt-TAB, and that's what most other desktops do,
 but Super+1-9 is superior, since you don't have to wait for feedback,
 you instantly get what you want.
 
 regards,
 Oleh
 
 
 
 
 -- 
 --
 Tom Davey
 t...@tomdavey.com mailto:t...@tomdavey.com
 New York NY USA

collapse the outline to the level at point seems helpful to me!
Using 0 as speed key I end up with:

;; Outline level durch speedcommand setzen
;; 0: collapse the outline to the level at point
(setq org-use-speed-commands t)
(setq org-speed-commands-user
  '((0 . (org-shifttab (org-outline-level)))
(1 . (org-shifttab 1))
(2 . (org-shifttab 2))
(3 . (org-shifttab 3))
(4 . (org-shifttab 4))
(5 . (org-shifttab 5

Thanks!
Rainer




Re: [O] org-speed-commands and `org-beginning-of-line-tip'

2013-08-02 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 8/1/2013 9:18 AM, schrieb Oleh:
 Hi all,
 
 I've come to rely on org-speed-commands quite a lot,
 and I wanted to share this tip with other people, who use them:
 
 (define-key org-mode-map (kbd C-a)
   (lambda()(interactive)
  (if (looking-at ^[^*])
  (re-search-backward ^*)
(org-beginning-of-line
 
 Basically, an additional C-a when already at the beginning of line takes you 
 to
 the previous heading, where speed commands are possible.
 
 Since the normal C-a would do nothing in this case, it's a straight upgrade.
 
 regards,
 Oleh
 
 
Hi, nice idea, thanks.
Rainer




Re: [O] How to trigger the clockcheck in an agenda view.

2013-07-31 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 7/29/2013 10:48 AM, schrieb Sebastien Vauban:
 Hi Rainer Stengele,
 
 Rainer Stengele wrote:
 Am 7/17/2013 2:07 PM, schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 Am 12.07.2013 10:06, schrieb Rainer Stengele:

 I want to start an aganda view over a week and immediately check the
 consistency of clock entries:

 I can't seem to find a way to trigger the clockcheck in the agenda view
 options.

 At the moment I have::

(Aw
 agenda + no todos - this week - log-mode - ARCHIVE included - clock 
 report
 agenda 
 (
  (org-agenda-sorting-strategy '(time-up priority-down))
  (org-agenda-span 'week)
  (org-agenda-start-with-log-mode t)
  (org-agenda-archives-mode t)
  (org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode t)
  ))

 Do I miss the variable to be set?

 Anybody?

 I know this is special, but I do not know how to check the existence of such
 a variable. If it doesn't I would suggest it as enhancement.
 
 The following does what you want:
 
 --8---cut here---start-8---
   (add-to-list 'org-agenda-custom-commands
'(rC Clock Review
  agenda 
  ((org-agenda-archives-mode t)
   (org-agenda-clockreport-mode t)
   (org-agenda-overriding-header Clocking Review)
   (org-agenda-show-log 'clockcheck)
   (org-agenda-span 'day))) t)
 --8---cut here---end---8---
 
 Best regards,
   Seb
 
 PS- I've been on holidays and still ahve ~300 Org posts to read...
 
Sebastian,

thank you for taking your precious time to consider my question!
I replaced my configuration with exactly yours and it doesn't start with 
showing the clockchecks (time gaps etc.).
I have to type v c to activate the clockcheck.
I run the latest org version from just 3 minutes ago.

Any idea?

Best regards, Rainer.





Re: [O] How to trigger the clockcheck in an agenda view.

2013-07-29 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 7/17/2013 2:07 PM, schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 Am 12.07.2013 10:06, schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 Hi,

 I want to start an aganda view over a week and immediately check the 
 consistency of clock entries:


 See manual for agenda dispacther:

 v c
 Show overlapping clock entries, clocking gaps, and other clocking 
 problems in the current agenda range. You can then visit clocking lines and 
 fix them manually. See the
 variable org-agenda-clock-consistency-checks for information on how to 
 customize the definition of what constituted a clocking problem. To return 
 to normal agenda display, press l
 to exit Logbook mode.


 I can't seem to find a way to trigger the clockcheck in the agenda view 
 options.

 At the moment I have::

 ..
  (Aw
   agenda + no todos - this week - log-mode - ARCHIVE included - clock 
 report
   agenda 
   (
(org-agenda-sorting-strategy '(time-up priority-down))
(org-agenda-span 'week)
(org-agenda-start-with-log-mode t)
(org-agenda-archives-mode t)
(org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode t)
))
 ..

 Do I miss the variable to be set?

 Thanks,
 Rainer



 Anybody?
 
 
I know this is special,  but I do not know how to check the existence of such a 
variable.
If it doesn't I would suggest it as enhancement.

Thanks,
Rainer



Re: [O] How to trigger the clockcheck in an agenda view.

2013-07-17 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 12.07.2013 10:06, schrieb Rainer Stengele:
 Hi,
 
 I want to start an aganda view over a week and immediately check the 
 consistency of clock entries:
 
 
 See manual for agenda dispacther:
 
 v c
 Show overlapping clock entries, clocking gaps, and other clocking 
 problems in the current agenda range. You can then visit clocking lines and 
 fix them manually. See the
 variable org-agenda-clock-consistency-checks for information on how to 
 customize the definition of what constituted a clocking problem. To return to 
 normal agenda display, press l
 to exit Logbook mode.
 
 
 I can't seem to find a way to trigger the clockcheck in the agenda view 
 options.
 
 At the moment I have::
 
 ..
   (Aw
agenda + no todos - this week - log-mode - ARCHIVE included - clock 
 report
agenda 
(
 (org-agenda-sorting-strategy '(time-up priority-down))
 (org-agenda-span 'week)
 (org-agenda-start-with-log-mode t)
 (org-agenda-archives-mode t)
 (org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode t)
 ))
 ..
 
 Do I miss the variable to be set?
 
 Thanks,
 Rainer
 
 
 
Anybody?



[O] How to trigger the clockcheck in an agenda view.

2013-07-12 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi,

I want to start an aganda view over a week and immediately check the 
consistency of clock entries:


See manual for agenda dispacther:

v c
Show overlapping clock entries, clocking gaps, and other clocking problems 
in the current agenda range. You can then visit clocking lines and fix them 
manually. See the
variable org-agenda-clock-consistency-checks for information on how to 
customize the definition of what constituted a clocking problem. To return to 
normal agenda display, press l
to exit Logbook mode.


I can't seem to find a way to trigger the clockcheck in the agenda view options.

At the moment I have::

..
(Aw
 agenda + no todos - this week - log-mode - ARCHIVE included - clock 
report
 agenda 
 (
  (org-agenda-sorting-strategy '(time-up priority-down))
  (org-agenda-span 'week)
  (org-agenda-start-with-log-mode t)
  (org-agenda-archives-mode t)
  (org-agenda-start-with-clockreport-mode t)
  ))
..

Do I miss the variable to be set?

Thanks,
Rainer




[O] Starting agenda commands fail with error: cond: Wrong type argument: sequencep, :newline

2013-07-11 Thread Rainer Stengele
Hi,

since the last pull I cannot start any agenda without getting this message:

cond: Wrong type argument: sequencep, :newline

setting debug-on-error to t does not show more info.
Any idea what could be wrong?

Regards, Rainer




Re: [O] Starting agenda commands fail with error: cond: Wrong type argument: sequencep, :newline

2013-07-11 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 11.07.2013 11:45, schrieb Noorul Islam K M:
 Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de writes:

 Hi,

 since the last pull I cannot start any agenda without getting this message:

 cond: Wrong type argument: sequencep, :newline

 setting debug-on-error to t does not show more info.
 Any idea what could be wrong?

 A fix was pushed recently for this. You might be lagging begind.

 Thanks and Regards
 Noorul
I am at

Org-mode version 8.0.5 (release_8.0.5-334-g203f4c)
That looks pretty current.
Error is still there!

Cheers, Rainer




Re: [O] [BUG] org-agenda-list

2013-07-11 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 11.07.2013 08:38, schrieb Bastien:
 Hi Nick,
 
 Nick Dokos ndo...@gmail.com writes:
 
 I just pulled and I get the attached backtrace from org-agenda-list.
 I tried with -q -l minimal.emacs and it's still there.
 It's probably caused by commit 42691788273cecb75ec620d40cc5394d2cd95ed1.
 When I revert that, the agenda comes up properly.
 
 I'm in a hurry and can't really test right now.
 
 Can you confirm the following patch fixes it for you?
 
 Thanks,
 
 
 
 
Yes, the fix works!




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