Re: [HELP] Fwd: Org format as a new standard source format for GNU manuals

2022-09-29 Thread Samuel Wales
i really wish i could engage or even post drafts of extensible syntax stuff that i had replied to many years ago and recently. On 9/29/22, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > Dear List, > > I am forwarding an official email from RMS changing subject line to more > descriptive. See below. > > For some

Re: [PATCH] Delete some Emacs 24 compat code

2022-08-10 Thread Samuel Wales
tim cross, i would like to ask politely for you personally to henceforth please be VERY VERY careful when you say that i said or wanted something or tried to do something. i am not referring to this thread but general espeially in another thread.

Re: [PATCH v2] Add new entity \-- serving as markup separator/escape symbol

2022-07-29 Thread Samuel Wales
my deep apologies for the typo in john's name. i meant of course John Kitchin -- jkitchin. i refer to his new style link syntax and his proof of concept for cl style keyword args. i still owe you email replies. On 7/29/22, Samuel Wales wrote: > i am not in a position to judge \-- but i l

Re: [PATCH v2] Add new entity \-- serving as markup separator/escape symbol

2022-07-29 Thread Samuel Wales
i am not in a position to judge \-- but i like the idea of not having zws be used, and expect you have thought it out. just an idea: something approximately like this might work, or something like john kitchen's poc implementation of it might. this is called extensible syntax. one of the goals

Re: [PATCH] Delete some Emacs 24 compat code

2022-07-17 Thread Samuel Wales
great! one of the things i like about org is the close attention to user-oriented nature of maintenance. everything on mailing list, maint branch, compilation warnings few, etc. this is more of the same user-oriented goodness. i have noticed an impressive amount of bug fixing, code

Re: [tip/offtopic] A function to describe the characters of a word at point

2022-07-14 Thread Samuel Wales
good idea for command. i like the additional ideas too like the help text [i hae that put in echo area even in gui]. for even more blue sky stuff, i was thinking along the lines of information about characters, such as en/locale meanings for cjk. or furigana [ruby text] for the echo area.

Re: Alternatives to clocking in/out for reporting time

2022-07-10 Thread Samuel Wales
On 7/10/22, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > Every agenda line, which corresponds to a headline contains a non-nil > 'org-hd-marker text property. In log mode, there will also be non-nil > 'date and 'time-of-day text properties. You can examine the full list idk if this is helpful but at one point long

Re: sorting plain list while making - equal spc [was Re: [O] About org-sort -> org-sort-list with custom sort function]

2022-07-09 Thread Samuel Wales
;; " - [ ] whatever") ;; " - [-] whatever") (match-string 1))) On 7/1/22, Samuel Wales wrote: > i am confused by the custom sorting function for plain > lists. are there examples? [note: still on maint.]

Re: Org and Hyperbole

2022-07-02 Thread Samuel Wales
thank you. that helps me understand. i probably won't be asking them a q, if i have to sign up and set up a non-free js in debian or firefox-esr [?]. embark looks interesting though. On 7/1/22, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > Samuel Wales writes: > >> thanks! i was aware that it w

Re: Org and Hyperbole

2022-07-01 Thread Samuel Wales
absolutely everything for such projects done on gh's website and you hae to have an account to ask a q? i might be asking too much of gh :). On 7/1/22, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > Samuel Wales writes: > >> is there a mailing list for embark? > > AFAIK, embark is developed

Re: Org and Hyperbole

2022-07-01 Thread Samuel Wales
is there a mailing list for embark? On 6/24/22, Robert Weiner wrote: > Hi João: > > Oantolin no doubt can speak to Embark much better but my present > understanding is that it is a toolkit package for generating contextual > popup or completion menus with a few standard context menus included. >

sorting plain list while making - equal spc [was Re: [O] About org-sort -> org-sort-list with custom sort function]

2022-07-01 Thread Samuel Wales
i am confused by the custom sorting function for plain lists. are there examples? [note: still on maint.] i want to ignore [-] for sorting by checked. it can be equal to [ ]. i don't need it to be custom but that seems available. a rationale and possible interesting solutions are below, but

Re: [PATCH] Delete some Emacs 24 compat code

2022-06-30 Thread Samuel Wales
your opinion is noted. mine remains, but maintainers are welcome to do as they think is right. i stated what i thoguht might be useful for my ase. no further discussion needed. On 6/30/22, Tim Cross wrote: > > Samuel Wales writes: > >> i use git version, not elpa, so for m

Re: [PATCH] Delete some Emacs 24 compat code

2022-06-30 Thread Samuel Wales
if practical, but just saying what seems like it would be useful to me. i would then stay at something reasonably close to the first release that does not support that version fo emacs. On 6/30/22, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > Samuel Wales writes: > >> idk about others, but as a luddite follow

Re: [PATCH] Delete some Emacs 24 compat code

2022-06-30 Thread Samuel Wales
idk about others, but as a luddite follower of bugfix/maint, if poissible and not too annoying to do, i would be interested in knowing, at the email subject header level, that the upcoming bugfix/maint release [state org version number] will not support <= [state emacs version number] so that i

Re: Alternatives to clocking in/out for reporting time

2022-06-30 Thread Samuel Wales
make list of (ts . header) pairs [at least bare ia], rounding all tses to hour, sort -u by ts, seq-group-by on ts to get (hour. headers)? or do i not get it? On 6/30/22, Russell Adams wrote: > On Wed, Jun 29, 2022 at 07:11:10PM -0700, Samuel Wales wrote: > I appreciate that! That's reall

Re: org-agenda-prefix-format and tab stops

2022-06-29 Thread Samuel Wales
i am not understanding what you are trying to do. do you have headers before other columns? are you perhaps looking for org-agenda-todo-keyword-format ? or is it the prefix format that is varying for you? On 6/29/22, Michael Maurer wrote: > hi, > > I've discovered org-agenda-prefix-format,

Re: Alternatives to clocking in/out for reporting time

2022-06-29 Thread Samuel Wales
i said clocked notation, but i meant closed notation. clocked notation, i am not sure of. On 6/29/22, Samuel Wales wrote: > a few things taht are probably all completely obvious or investigated > or irrelevant just in case. just brainstorm. > > do you have everything relevant

Re: Alternatives to clocking in/out for reporting time

2022-06-29 Thread Samuel Wales
a few things taht are probably all completely obvious or investigated or irrelevant just in case. just brainstorm. do you have everything relevant in the same subtrees? i.e. not wanting granular, can you search upward for a dominating entry kind of like git searching upward for the .git dir or

Re: Dates in headlines

2022-06-28 Thread Samuel Wales
this iirc has been obsolete for many years and ime and on ml never was an issue. i tried to find out why it was mentioned but did not find anything. it might have been an ambiguity in the manual to do with active tses like in your example? e.g. the agenda will remove the active ts at least in

Re: feature proposal: export to html headless

2022-06-26 Thread Samuel Wales
this isn't an answer for you, but it might be useful for a reader for reference or so. for exporting org subtrees to things like textboxes on the web that accept simplified html, my own command has this at the core: (org-export-to-buffer format ; e.g. 'html

Re: Org and Hyperbole

2022-06-23 Thread Samuel Wales
hi robert, welcome to the org list and thanks for your offer. for starters, does hyperbole have any concept of links that are: - unbreakable [like org-id] - bidirectional [link a goes to link b; link b goes to link a], or, reversible via command to say "what links here?" [by any mechanism. if

Re: Org and Hyperbole

2022-06-23 Thread Samuel Wales
[p.s. it also was not the topic i was talking about in my post. :] i was talking about specific features of links.]

Re: Org and Hyperbole

2022-06-23 Thread Samuel Wales
. [there is of course nothing wrong with that model.] On 6/22/22, indieterminacy wrote: > On 23-06-2022 06:04, David Masterson wrote: >> Samuel Wales writes: >> >>> i am interested in whether hyperbole can inspire org. or maybe spin >>> off stuff that is useful f

Re: Org and Hyperbole

2022-06-22 Thread Samuel Wales
i am interested in whether hyperbole can inspire org. or maybe spin off stuff that is useful for org. i find org-link-minor-mode to be really useful. limited, but useful. does tses too. i use it in non-org files to link to other places in the same file, mostly. also i insert the

Re: Orgmode plain list bullet : change automatically with list depth

2022-06-17 Thread Samuel Wales
glyph. i think op's 2] idea can make sense. and then fontification / displayed graphical glyph can be done perhaps with a fontification package. in any case, fontification can merely say that + looks like  or so. orthogonal to levels. On 6/17/22, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > Samuel Wales wri

Re: [accessibility] worg obscures text

2022-06-16 Thread Samuel Wales
.] On 6/15/22, Tim Cross wrote: > > Samuel Wales writes: > >> on this page, i cannot read the rhs of paragraphs near the top because >> the menu and up home elements obscure the text. >> https://orgmode.org/worg/org-faq.html#keeping-local-changes-current-with-Org-mode-develo

Re: Orgmode plain list bullet : change automatically with list depth

2022-06-16 Thread Samuel Wales
grr i meant "item 1" not "level 1". On 6/16/22, Samuel Wales wrote: > i wonder if org could do the semantics in the text, while > fontification could do the appearance only. > > org allows you to change the bullet style [real text bullets rather > than fontific

Re: Orgmode plain list bullet : change automatically with list depth

2022-06-16 Thread Samuel Wales
i wonder if org could do the semantics in the text, while fontification could do the appearance only. org allows you to change the bullet style [real text bullets rather than fontification] upon demotion. thus, you can have it consistent that demoting + from top level will create - on level 2

clean up checklist

2022-06-12 Thread Samuel Wales
does there exist already any code to clean up checklists? e.g. delete all checked entries. [or move them to a new entry and doneify that entry.] [i know you can sort to end, but demotion can keep them near top.] i am just hoping something exists already. otherwise they are merely wishlist fr

Re: org-capture firefox extension broken [silently]

2022-06-10 Thread Samuel Wales
i did f12, selected text with mouse, clicked on unicorn icon, and this appeared: > Prevented navigation to > “org-protocol://capture?template=p=https%3A%2F%2Fplanet.emacslife.com%2F=Planet%20Emacslife=This%20month” > due to an unknown protocol. On 6/10/22, Samuel Wales wrote: &g

Re: org-capture firefox extension broken [silently]

2022-06-10 Thread Samuel Wales
thank you for repllies. more below. i will reply to rest of message when can, but wanted to give the answers. [n.b. i still have drafts on other things because it takes me long time to do things but they are there.] On 6/10/22, Max Nikulin wrote: > - Have you tried to check that org-protocol

Re: idea for capture anywhere in x

2022-06-09 Thread Samuel Wales
with the org capture firefox extension broken, i recalled this old thread, thinking it might be a fix, and i think i understand the issue. so i thought i would summarize here in this one post. i think i was not clear in this thread in a few places. apologies for that. 1. [current need,

Re: org-capture firefox extension broken [silently]

2022-06-09 Thread Samuel Wales
it from the file [the addon site says "This add-on is not actively monitored for security by Mozilla. Make sure you trust it before installing."? On 6/9/22, Richard Kim wrote: > Samuel Wales writes: > >> idk if there are other org capture extensions. i am aware of spookf

Re: git branch rename and git config q

2022-06-08 Thread Samuel Wales
corredction: i think i meant local branch for the maual change. ad i think it was merly merge = refs/heads/bugfix. On 6/8/22, Samuel Wales wrote: > p.s. than k you for the faq link. did not understand the wording re > the makefile stuff re wehther relevant. the point about my p

Re: git branch rename and git config q

2022-06-08 Thread Samuel Wales
. undoing merge turnkey good. On 6/8/22, Samuel Wales wrote: > i /might/ have gotten it fixed. will have to confirm when can. > > takes me time to do things so i have drafts, but it sounds like this > by max is a shortened version, so i tried it: > > vvv > I have not

Re: git branch rename and git config q

2022-06-08 Thread Samuel Wales
i /might/ have gotten it fixed. will have to confirm when can. takes me time to do things so i have drafts, but it sounds like this by max is a shortened version, so i tried it: vvv I have not tested the following commands git remote set-url origin

[accessibility] worg obscures text

2022-06-08 Thread Samuel Wales
on this page, i cannot read the rhs of paragraphs near the top because the menu and up home elements obscure the text. https://orgmode.org/worg/org-faq.html#keeping-local-changes-current-with-Org-mode-development . i use very large fonts. i have latest esr firefox maximized to the large monitor.

org-capture firefox extension broken [silently]

2022-06-08 Thread Samuel Wales
i really like and rely on the org-capture extension for firefox. it has worked for years. i was never able to get manual installation of org-protocol and bookmarklets to work, so this extension has been extremely useful.[*] however, upon an upgrade and a reboot in a security-supported debian,

Re: git branch rename and git config q

2022-06-07 Thread Samuel Wales
you have different workflow from me and more knowledge of git, so this is why it is confusing for me. On 6/7/22, Max Nikulin wrote: > On 07/06/2022 10:33, Samuel Wales wrote: >> >> the last par of your email makes it seem as if i should do a git >> [interactive?] rebase op

Re: git branch rename and git config q

2022-06-06 Thread Samuel Wales
should do a git [interactive?] rebase operation from [top of] local on bugfix, even though it is already rebasing on maint each upgrade. would that be a good description of what you meant? On 6/6/22, Max Nikulin wrote: > On 06/06/2022 11:13, Samuel Wales wrote: >> >> i have a re

Re: Proposal: 'executable' org-capture-templaes

2022-06-06 Thread Samuel Wales
many aspects of the care taken to make many of our menus. e.g. kw selection or tag selection use colors, have low key count. date selection too. i wonder how much of this will survive?] On 6/6/22, Samuel Wales wrote: > i must be confused. menus aside, you can currently capture and it >

Re: Proposal: 'executable' org-capture-templaes

2022-06-06 Thread Samuel Wales
i must be confused. menus aside, you can currently capture and it uses the org forest itself, so it is both crash-proof and snappy. and you can yakshave as much as you want, starting a capture while doing a capture. those were design goals. you can even be in the middle of a capture, get

git branch rename and git config q

2022-06-05 Thread Samuel Wales
org changed from master to main and maint to bugfix. this is a q related to that. for a clean repo, i figured out that i can do cd to repo, git checkout master, git branch -m main. i have a repo where i have patches that i carry along i a local branch. these are rebased automagically when i

Re: export a org table to ascii format (tabs) are not conserved, culprit orgtbl-to-tsv?

2022-05-30 Thread Samuel Wales
i was thinking of a nother element when i said div. i meant pre On 5/30/22, Samuel Wales wrote: > some web ui support some subset of html. i think blogger does. then > you might have a div. which i think [not sure] might enforce line > breaks and also be monospace, or somet

Re: export a org table to ascii format (tabs) are not conserved, culprit orgtbl-to-tsv?

2022-05-30 Thread Samuel Wales
some web ui support some subset of html. i think blogger does. then you might have a div. which i think [not sure] might enforce line breaks and also be monospace, or something like that. [pardon my html ignorance.] On 5/30/22, Tim Cross wrote: > > Uwe Brauer writes: > >> Hi >> >> I wanted

Re: # Comments export

2022-05-28 Thread Samuel Wales
to op: do you mean to sometimes export comments and sometimes not? On 5/28/22, Timothy wrote: > Hi Ypo, > > Well, `#+begin_comment' is for content you /don’t/ want exported, but if you > want to > add a note to be included in exports, try `#+begin_note'. > > All the best, > Timothy > -- The

Re: export regions of a org files to other formats (most likely only to a buffer).

2022-05-26 Thread Samuel Wales
[i realized there is a footnote to my comment about narrowing. of course there might be questions about what org will do if there are things that refer to outside the region, like links or macro definitions.] On 5/26/22, Samuel Wales wrote: > i would say that respecting narrowing is expec

Re: export regions of a org files to other formats (most likely only to a buffer).

2022-05-26 Thread Samuel Wales
i would say that respecting narrowing is expected in emacs, as a kind of pseudo-buffer bob/eob, so it would be surprising to find that it might not be so in a part of org. lack of it should be mentioned, but might be a bug. On 5/25/22, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > Uwe Brauer writes: > >>> Could

Re: Emacs launched from Firefox

2022-05-25 Thread Samuel Wales
ion is > unavailable and related files are not included in the package. For > inspiration you may check > http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/tree/etc/emacsclient.desktop > http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/tree/etc/emacs.service > https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/ma

Re: Tips on using Org-mode to manage a reading list

2022-05-16 Thread Samuel Wales
just a brainstorm but is it possible already or in principle for c-c ' to serialize property values and also newline-ize table cells? On 5/16/22, Greg Minshall wrote: > hi, Sébastien, > >> I got to many books and articles for a table... > > hmm. why too many? each column would be an attribute

Re: I can't set dabbrev to respect the writen case

2022-05-16 Thread Samuel Wales
looks interesting. i like ido and i like hippie-expand. pointless comment: i wonder if normal folk cannot keep up with all the completion stuff? of course it's indicative of a burgeoning ecosystem, and there are probably sensible reasons for all of it. i could not even systematize the major

Re: I can't set dabbrev to respect the writen case

2022-05-16 Thread Samuel Wales
did you confirm that fancy-dabbrev is not setting a dabbrev setting? On 5/16/22, Samuel Wales wrote: > by default hippie-expand cycles. to cycle backward you can undo. idk > if it or dabbrev has a menu. > > idk if this is useful but there is at least one menu package and many

Re: I can't set dabbrev to respect the writen case

2022-05-16 Thread Samuel Wales
nks, Samuel > > I've uninstalled fancy-dabbrev, and it seems to work when I complete > using M-/. But, now I don't have candidates to choose the completion. > Any advice with this? > > Best regards, > Ypo > > El 16/05/2022 a las 0:15, Samuel Wales escribió: >> i

Re: I can't set dabbrev to respect the writen case

2022-05-15 Thread Samuel Wales
i do not use fancy-dabbrev, but i use dabbrev in hippie-expand. it seems to do as you want. it should be possible to run hippie-expand with just dabbrev. it might not be exactly the same because he might have its own version of dabbrev. which might be what you want in this case. note that you

Re: org-fold documentation

2022-05-06 Thread Samuel Wales
so one would not be able to load all of org then compile? On 5/6/22, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > Samuel Wales writes: > >> is there a quick trick like loading everything first? for .el under >> my control i have a[n otherwise] strict policy of clean compilation >> but d

Re: org-fold documentation

2022-05-06 Thread Samuel Wales
is there a quick trick like loading everything first? for .el under my control i have a[n otherwise] strict policy of clean compilation but don't declare. just load before compiling. not using native yet so idk if the q makes sense. On 5/6/22, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > Vikas Rawal writes: >

[tip] direct specification of deadline warning days without editing text

2022-05-04 Thread Samuel Wales
in retrospect this solution is completely obvious but i thought i would mention it in case somebody searches for it. in agenda, i do c-u c-u c-d. this allows me to remove deadline warning days [RET, very convenient!] or specify them. a good thing about this feature is that there is less chance

Re: [BUG] - Statistics cookie is part of the org heading title

2022-05-03 Thread Samuel Wales
some code removes it. for example creating a link to a headline using capture. On 5/3/22, Daniel Fleischer wrote: > Fabian writes: > >> I don't see any reason why the statistics cookie should be part of the >> title: it should be a separate component. > > According to the spec, the statistics

Re: [Bug] incorrect indent of next heading after org-paste-subtree

2022-05-02 Thread Samuel Wales
that sounds like great debugging ability. was this using edebug or something?

Re: Emacs launched from Firefox

2022-05-01 Thread Samuel Wales
thank you. there is no emacs in my ~/.config/mimeapps.list. where are those desktop files found or put? i use fluxbox. [i realize this is not org related. non-list email ok.] On 5/1/22, Max Nikulin wrote: > On 01/05/2022 11:53, Samuel Wales wrote: >> >> [firefox did not

Re: [Bug] incorrect indent of next heading after org-paste-subtree

2022-05-01 Thread Samuel Wales
fwiw [idk if this is useful but here just in case] iirc, outline mode does not include the final newline for subtrees in at least one case. yet, many users and much code assume or ensure that lines are terminated with a final newline. this can result in unexpected behavior. it required code to

Re: [PATCH] Add make target to ease creating reproducers and testing them

2022-04-30 Thread Samuel Wales
ething is unusable at all, it won't be reproed, so the second point is sort of, either it gets reported along with the settings as a heads up, or it doesn't get reproed. On 4/30/22, Samuel Wales wrote: > thanks for reply. merely pointing out that: some users, myself > included, need sett

Re: [PATCH] Add make target to ease creating reproducers and testing them

2022-04-30 Thread Samuel Wales
something like that [idk what as i didn't understand the patch] in the description would be useful so that they do not have to follow a false trail? On 4/30/22, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > Samuel Wales writes: > >> coupld of questions. first, is there accommodation for accessibility? &g

Re: [PATCH] Add make target to ease creating reproducers and testing them

2022-04-30 Thread Samuel Wales
quicker repro is a great idea. long ago i created a test file that serves a similar purpose and some shell functions for variations. i have to try to reacquaint with all of that each time, which can be enough of a barrier to not repro. coupld of questions. first, is there accommodation for

Re: Automatically use Heading Content as EXPORT_FILE_NAME?

2022-04-26 Thread Samuel Wales
fwiw, what i do is export to a buffer, then write to a file whose name is derived from the header. (alpha-make-valid-path (with-current-buffer org-buffer (org-get-heading 'no-tags 'no-todo))) (defun alpha-make-valid-path (s) "Make a string into a filesystem path." ;;

Re: org-agenda todos list sorted by earliest deadline first

2022-04-02 Thread Samuel Wales
perhaps try including your code and the emacs and org versins. i think there have been recentish changes insorting strategy. might also try paradoxically deadline-down etc. On 4/2/22, Sébastien Gendre wrote: > Hello. > > In org-agenda, for the todos list, I try to have tasks with deadlines at

Re: Drop defadvice from Org

2022-04-01 Thread Samuel Wales
On 3/31/22, Stefan Monnier wrote: > I definitely hope it will be gone before 2040, but it hasn't even been > declared officially obsolete yet (not even in `master`), so I think you > should be good at least until 2030. thanks. i was ok with the scold for a long time about (` thing but my

yanking into body text ends up after the entry

2022-04-01 Thread Samuel Wales
imagine this * to yank a b c * x ^sadfsadf ^^*** y if i kill the to yank entry, then paste at ^,it ends up at ^^ instead. this is logical in that to yank would swallow the body text, but i am wondering when this behavior started. when i kill to yank as a shortcut for moving its body

Re: Drop defadvice from Org

2022-03-31 Thread Samuel Wales
thank you. just an idle question. is it common/desirable for built in packages to use advice instead of hooks and such? also, merely as a plea from a user, i hope defadvice will stick around for all that user and non-built-in and abandoned code. On 3/31/22, Stefan Monnier wrote: > The patch

Re: [BUG] Agenda no longer works for timestamps inside properties drawer [9.5.2 (release_9.5.2-24-g668205 @ /home/ignacio/repos/emacs/lisp/org/)]

2022-03-23 Thread Samuel Wales
* x2 > Could you elaborate? Maybe provide an example. idk if this answers your q or not. it rambles. for context some goals include orthogonality, satisfying strong differing views/needs with little complexity, and having simple rules or transparency for knowing behavior e.g. what shows up

Re: [BUG] Agenda no longer works for timestamps inside properties drawer [9.5.2 (release_9.5.2-24-g668205 @ /home/ignacio/repos/emacs/lisp/org/)]

2022-03-22 Thread Samuel Wales
On 3/22/22, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > lax - agenda may match anything date-looking (with or without brackets). > A specialized regex agenda matcher with regex constructed using current > agenda date. > > Maybe we can introduce a new agenda view? Or maybe a special agenda > mode, similar to

Re: [BUG] Agenda no longer works for timestamps inside properties drawer [9.5.2 (release_9.5.2-24-g668205 @ /home/ignacio/repos/emacs/lisp/org/)]

2022-03-21 Thread Samuel Wales
this is merely intuition, but i can - understand why planning line tses should not be matched in various places; they are closely tied to real org entries - not quite grasp why bare active and inactive tses should not be matched by ts agenda almost anywhere including blocks. perhaps the idea is

Re: [BUG] LOGBOOK makes property search (in org-agenda) too slow(?)

2022-03-12 Thread Samuel Wales
are there intereim workarounds like semi-automatically moving large logbook entries, or entire logbooks, to a task that says "was logbook for ..." and then archiving that task? or automatically archiving old logbook entries? On 3/12/22, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > "fr...@t-online.de" writes: > >>

fyi, a package for communication between org and gui browser

2022-03-01 Thread Samuel Wales
in sacha's list: https://github.com/bitspook/spookfox have not tried it, but it looks like it might end up being useful for too many firefox tabs, annotation of web locations, reusing of ff tabs, bidir capture-ish things. -- The Kafka Pandemic A blog about science, health, human rights, and

Re: Custom TODO states for one item

2022-02-26 Thread Samuel Wales
you can noly have one todo kw per heading that is meaningful to org. you can use tags. there are quasi-kw like archive and comment, however. On 2/26/22, Ken Mankoff wrote: > Hello, > > I have a file with custom TODO states: > > #+TODO: FOO(f@/@) | BAR(b@/@) > > I have one item (heading) within

Re: profiling latency in large org-mode buffers (under both main & org-fold feature)

2022-02-21 Thread Samuel Wales
i have been dealing with latency also, often in undo-tree. this might be a dumb suggestion, but is it related to org file size? my files have not really grown /that/ much but maybe you could bisect one. as opposed to config. i am not saying that your org files are too big. just that maybe it

Re: Suggestion: convert dispatchers to use transient

2022-02-05 Thread Samuel Wales
jus want to state the obvious here in case it is useful [but everybody probbly lready knows] --- not everybody uses packages or maybe trusts them has internet etc. On 2/5/22, João Pedro de Amorim Paula wrote: > On 04 February 2022 08:30, Tim Cross wrote: > >> I'm assuming it is, but I have to

Re: Yet another browser extension for capturing notes - LinkRemark

2022-01-19 Thread Samuel Wales
just a quick fwiw before i try to reply to the longer message by max. my own suggestion is modest for metadata, [even for science papers and things with funny web construction]. just title like org-capture extension. no need to cite in my case. my needs for saving and restoring, however, are

Re: Yet another browser extension for capturing notes - LinkRemark

2022-01-17 Thread Samuel Wales
my amazon example was silly and confusing. the point isn't shopping for something; it's anything. science papers, news outlets, nerd blogs. On 1/16/22, Samuel Wales wrote: > more below. > > On 12/26/20, Maxim Nikulin wrote: >> On 26/12/2020, Samuel Wales wrote: >> >>

Re: Yet another browser extension for capturing notes - LinkRemark

2022-01-16 Thread Samuel Wales
more below. On 12/26/20, Maxim Nikulin wrote: > On 26/12/2020, Samuel Wales wrote: > >> [... i can imagine great things possible with such extensions. for >> example, you could have sets of tabs, selected by right click in >> firefox, to save to a bunch of org entri

Re: Converting document from hard whitespace indentation to org-indent-mode

2022-01-12 Thread Samuel Wales
i think that default has changed to your preference in recent versions [according to ml discussions]. which, i agree with. On 1/12/22, Max Brieiev wrote: > > Several of my documents use indentation to line up with the headings, > like below: > > * Top level headline > paragraph > + list

Re: Question Regarding Creating Workflow For Automatic Formulas For Finance Based Org Spreadsheet

2022-01-10 Thread Samuel Wales
fwiw, my experience: double entry is what i found ledger useful for. iiuc it is that transactions go from one place to another, which felt intuitive to me. anything else, such as taking monthly averages, didn't end up as i expected. weird concept of average to me, and v3 bugs with floating point

Re: [BUG] org-element-cache bug: org-persist-read persists seemingly forever

2021-12-24 Thread Samuel Wales
20051 135025 938122 other--a.org this is a smallish to middling file for me. my largest is 4x larger. i haven't gotten new org to work yet so i haven't revisited this yet. On 12/24/21, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > Samuel Wales writes: > >> this reproduces most or all of th

[BUG] org-element-cache bug: org-persist-read persists seemingly forever

2021-12-23 Thread Samuel Wales
nd-agenda-files() run-hooks(after-init-hook delayed-warnings-hook) command-line() normal-top-level() On 12/23/21, Samuel Wales wrote: > more below. > > On 12/20/21, Ihor Radchenko wrote: >> Thanks for reporting! >> >> I just pushed the fix upstream. > >

Re: next-error for agenda searches

2021-12-23 Thread Samuel Wales
-doneify-lower-value-stuff-i-captured-when-wasn't-sure-of-their-value-at-the-time without adding energy, concentration, time, etc.] On 12/20/21, Samuel Wales wrote: > well, i implied it at least. > > On 12/20/21, Samuel Wales wrote: >> more below. >> >> On 12/2

Re: [bug] File mode specification error: (void-function file-attribute-inode-number)

2021-12-23 Thread Samuel Wales
more below. On 12/20/21, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > Thanks for reporting! > > I just pushed the fix upstream. thank you. fyi, i am still trying to get main to work. there is bug in most recent main where org element use cache being set to t makes loading infinite. and another where c-x c-c is

Re: next-error for agenda searches

2021-12-20 Thread Samuel Wales
well, i implied it at least. On 12/20/21, Samuel Wales wrote: > more below. > > On 12/20/21, Ihor Radchenko wrote: >> If more people are interested, I do not see why next-error integration >> cannot be included into Org. > > nitpick: it already is integra

Re: next-error for agenda searches

2021-12-20 Thread Samuel Wales
more below. On 12/20/21, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > If more people are interested, I do not see why next-error integration > cannot be included into Org. nitpick: it already is integrated for sparse tree matches in the outline. i suggested that if next-error worked for more things, like agenda

[bug] File mode specification error: (void-function file-attribute-inode-number)

2021-12-19 Thread Samuel Wales
emacs 25.1 does not have this function. this error occurs upon find-file on an org file in org 9.5. File mode specification error: (void-function file-attribute-inode-number) -- The Kafka Pandemic A blog about science, health, human rights, and misopathy: https://thekafkapandemic.blogspot.com

Re: next-error for agenda searches

2021-12-19 Thread Samuel Wales
is like your multiple agenda objection. no? On 12/19/21, Samuel Wales wrote: > [as an example, i should not have brought up the follow mode example > at all. it seems to have only confused readers. i was trying to > forestall any suggestions that follow-mode exists and can do the job

Re: next-error for agenda searches

2021-12-19 Thread Samuel Wales
[as an example, i should not have brought up the follow mode example at all. it seems to have only confused readers. i was trying to forestall any suggestions that follow-mode exists and can do the job that next-error can is all. it can't do the same job.] On 12/19/21, Samuel Wales wrote

Re: next-error for agenda searches

2021-12-19 Thread Samuel Wales
On 12/19/21, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > multiple agenda views is not an uncommon workflow. You may have daily i think this is a strong objection. multiple simultaneous agenda views seems to sink my suggestion. can one have multiple simultaneous c-c / buffers? and multiple grep/occur/compilation

Re: next-error for agenda searches

2021-12-18 Thread Samuel Wales
another thing: it is an org consistency fr also, as in the outline c-c / does use next-match, and it would be good to have the same capability among agenda results files, not merely in a single buffer. On 12/18/21, Samuel Wales wrote: > btw, if anybody has difficulty understanding why i ment

Re: next-error for agenda searches

2021-12-18 Thread Samuel Wales
tried yet. then again, one could do so for grep mode etc. also. :] On 12/14/21, Samuel Wales wrote: > if you search for a regexp in a single org buffer, you can do > next-error to go to the next search. > > if you search in agenda, there is a mode where the match will show up &g

Re: re created using regexp-opt fails in an org agenda command

2021-12-18 Thread Samuel Wales
[following on my most recent post] or for example this one, perhaps it is too obscure but i wonder if these emaiuls will be seen again. not really asking for anything. just want to know if they go anyplace. thank.s On 12/12/21, Samuel Wales wrote: > this bug is strange because it appe

Re: next-error for agenda searches

2021-12-18 Thread Samuel Wales
, and possibly of no interest to others, and everybody is a volunteer, etc. not asking about that stuff. On 12/14/21, Samuel Wales wrote: > if you search for a regexp in a single org buffer, you can do > next-error to go to the next search. > > if you search in agenda, there is

Re: Future TODOs with notes appear prematurely

2021-12-17 Thread Samuel Wales
a guess from everything yoyu described. i assume you are talking about the agenda agenda daily/weekly view. please confirm. what are the values of org-agenda-include-inactive-timestamps, org-agenda-log-mode, and org-agenda-log-mode-items? On 12/17/21, Colin Baxter  wrote: > Hello, > > A

next-error for agenda searches

2021-12-14 Thread Samuel Wales
if you search for a regexp in a single org buffer, you can do next-error to go to the next search. if you search in agenda, there is a mode where the match will show up in the ohter window. i find this inconvenient. there is no next-error to go to the next match for agenda searches. or am i

re created using regexp-opt fails in an org agenda command

2021-12-12 Thread Samuel Wales
this bug is strange because it appears as if regexp-opt is broken, but the only likely difference is an org upgrade via git clone. in an org agenda command, the same set of org todo kw works if a regexp was created using mapconcat, but not with regexp-opt. i expected that regexp-opt with 'words

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