[Orgmode] Re: Is it possible to show an agenda item only if it's due?

2009-09-23 Thread J. David Boyd
PT spamfilteracco...@gmail.com writes: Matt Lundin mdl at imapmail.org writes: Ah I see. Another idea: write an agenda skip function that converts the timestamp to universal time and ignores the entry if it is greater than (current-time). Such as, Wow, I didn't you can write your own

[Orgmode] Re: Using shift and arrow keys to select lines in Aquamacs (in org-mode)

2009-11-10 Thread J. David Boyd
Saptarshi Guha saptarshi.g...@gmail.com writes: Hello, I know shift and arrow keys are used by org-mode. But is there a way to remap them to selecting the line(as in Aquamacs text mode) (e.g shift+down highlights the current line, shift+up highlights the previous line etc). I guess this

[Orgmode] Re: Using shift and arrow keys to select lines in Aquamacs (in org-mode)

2009-11-11 Thread J. David Boyd
PT spamfilteracco...@gmail.com writes: Saptarshi Guha saptarshi.guha at gmail.com writes: Hello, I know shift and arrow keys are used by org-mode. But is there a way to remap them to selecting the line(as in Aquamacs text mode) (e.g shift+down highlights the current line, shift+up

[Orgmode] Re: Speed commands

2009-11-17 Thread J. David Boyd
Dan Davison davi...@stats.ox.ac.uk writes: Here are simplified versions of the forward- and backward-scroll speed commands that I'm suggesting. That is really, really cool! Thank you so much. I've wanted something like that for a long time! Dave

[Orgmode] Re: Speed commands

2009-11-17 Thread J. David Boyd
Dan Davison davi...@stats.ox.ac.uk writes: Dan Davison davi...@stats.ox.ac.uk writes: Here are simplified versions of the forward- and backward-scroll speed commands that I'm suggesting. Ow, 1 major problem (to me). They wipe out my white space. I have my entries in an .org file set up

[Orgmode] Remember and year-long-calendar

2010-03-05 Thread J. David Boyd
Help, please! I think that I remember reading that remember had the ability to create a calendar file good for the year, then a template was there that simply wrote to the current days events, great for logging the work that I do. I can't find that email, I can't find it in any readmes, and I

[Orgmode] Re: Remember and year-long-calendar

2010-03-05 Thread J. David Boyd
Detlef Steuer detlef.ste...@gmx.de writes: Hi! You are probably looking for Org manual 9.1.2 Remember templates see date-tree That's exactly what I was looking for. Thank you very much! ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply

[Orgmode] Re: Wikipedia article on Org-mode

2010-03-17 Thread J. David Boyd
Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com writes: Hi, there is a Wikipedia article about Org-mode, and it has problems in the reference section. Somehow I feel I should not be he one editing this article - can someone here fix these issues? Thanks - Carsten Oh, you mean some of us

Re: [O] So many reading on gmane?

2014-04-04 Thread J. David Boyd
Rainer M Krug rai...@krugs.de writes: This seems very strange - but it is the fact that gmane seems to be not available the reason why this list is so quiet today Rainer I was on gmane yesterday. What time was it not available for you? Dave

Re: [O] So many reading on gmane?

2014-04-04 Thread J. David Boyd
Nick Dokos ndo...@gmail.com writes: jdavidb...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: Rainer M Krug rai...@krugs.de writes: This seems very strange - but it is the fact that gmane seems to be not available the reason why this list is so quiet today Rainer I was on gmane yesterday. What

Re: [O] So many reading on gmane?

2014-04-04 Thread J. David Boyd
Sebastien Vauban sva-n...@mygooglest.com writes: J. David Boyd wrote: Nick Dokos ndo...@gmail.com writes: jdavidb...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: Rainer M Krug rai...@krugs.de writes: This seems very strange - but it is the fact that gmane seems to be not available the reason why

Re: [O] Tangling Bernt Hansen's Org-Mode.Org file..?

2014-04-08 Thread J. David Boyd
David Masterson dsmaster...@gmail.com writes: ...I then pulled down Bernt Hansen's Org-Mode.org file (amazing piece of work!!) and ran C-c C-v C-t on it to tangle it (is that the right verb?). The first time I did this, I get an error about org-with-silent-modifications being an invalid

Re: [O] Tangling Bernt Hansen's Org-Mode.Org file..?

2014-04-08 Thread J. David Boyd
Thorsten Jolitz tjol...@gmail.com writes: jdavidb...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: David Masterson dsmaster...@gmail.com writes: ...I then pulled down Bernt Hansen's Org-Mode.org file (amazing piece of work!!) and ran C-c C-v C-t on it to tangle it (is that the right verb

Re: [O] open in browser after html export?

2014-04-10 Thread J. David Boyd
Matt Price mopto...@gmail.com writes: As I understand the manual, when I export to HTMl with C-c C-e h o, the .html file thus created should open up in my default browser, right? Instead, it get is being opened in a new window inside Emacs, and does not appear in a browser. i imagine I have

Re: [O] .emacs (init.el) on Dropbox: Ho to access it?

2014-04-11 Thread J. David Boyd
Jorge A. Alfaro Murillo jorge.a.alf...@gmail.com writes: On 1/18/14, 1:44 PM, Renato wrote: Hi, I use org mode on two pc: - windows (from work) - Debian (at home) How can have just one .emacs/init.el file? I would store the file on a Dropbox folder that I access from both devices. I

[O] copying a folded task expands when pasting

2014-04-17 Thread J. David Boyd
Is there anyway to turn this off. I keep my tasks folded, mostly, except for the current one I am working on. Prior to archiving, when I've marked them DONE, I move them to the bottom of the file they are in. So, I C-w on a folded DONE task, move to the bottom of the file, and S-Ins to place

Re: [O] (OT) How to follow a mailing list with very high activity (like this one here)?

2014-04-17 Thread J. David Boyd
John Hendy jw.he...@gmail.com writes: On Apr 16, 2014 2:29 PM, M elwood...@web.de wrote: This is off-topic, but I hope that someone can give me some good advice: During the last years, I'be become a real org-mode fan and I want to stay current and be active in the great org-mode community.

Re: [O] copying a folded task expands when pasting

2014-04-17 Thread J. David Boyd
Thorsten Jolitz tjol...@gmail.com writes: jdavidb...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: Is there anyway to turn this off. I keep my tasks folded, mostly, except for the current one I am working on. Prior to archiving, when I've marked them DONE, I move them to the bottom of the file

Re: [O] copying a folded task expands when pasting

2014-04-17 Thread J. David Boyd
Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: Hi, jdavidb...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: So, I C-w on a folded DONE task, move to the bottom of the file, and S-Ins to place it there. But every time it unfolds it, leaving the point at the bottom of the entry. Then I need to move back up and refold

Re: [O] HTML export to just a single file?

2014-04-17 Thread J. David Boyd
Diez B. Roggisch de...@web.de writes: Hi, there was a time (org 7.x) when I was able to use org-mode to write google doc documents - by actually composing them in emacs, and then use the exported single-page HTML and paste it into a google doc. Since org 8.x (I'm currently using 8.2.5h), I

[O] setting left margin in PDF output of ORG file

2014-04-23 Thread J. David Boyd
I can export an org file to a PDF no problem, looks great. However, how do I get rid of the huge left and right and top and bottom margins? I like my PDFs to have no more than .75 top, bottom, left and right. I've looked through all the latex, org-latex, org-beamer variables I can find with

Re: [O] setting left margin in PDF output of ORG file

2014-04-23 Thread J. David Boyd
Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: jdavidb...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: I've looked through all the latex, org-latex, org-beamer variables I can find with customize-apropos, but not having any luck. You can use the LaTeX geometry package: \usepackage[margin=0.25in]{geometry} HTH

Re: [O] setting left margin in PDF output of ORG file

2014-04-23 Thread J. David Boyd
John Hendy jw.he...@gmail.com writes: On Wed, Apr 23, 2014 at 11:59 AM, J. David Boyd jdavidb...@adboyd.com wrote: Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: jdavidb...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: I've looked through all the latex, org-latex, org-beamer variables I can find with customize-apropos

Re: [O] setting left margin in PDF output of ORG file

2014-04-23 Thread J. David Boyd
Nick Dokos ndo...@gmail.com writes: jdavidb...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: jdavidb...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: I've looked through all the latex, org-latex, org-beamer variables I can find with customize-apropos, but not having any luck. You

Re: [O] setting left margin in PDF output of ORG file

2014-04-26 Thread J. David Boyd
Achim Gratz strom...@nexgo.de writes: J. David Boyd writes: However, how do I get rid of the huge left and right and top and bottom margins? I like my PDFs to have no more than .75 top, bottom, left and right. I've looked through all the latex, org-latex, org-beamer variables I can find

[O] Agenda view in Fortnight mode

2014-05-01 Thread J. David Boyd
I've searched the docs, and looked through my .emacs and custom.el files, but I don't see anywhere that lets me set the default view for the Agenda. I would like it to come up in Fortnight mode as a default. Is this possible? Thanks. Dave in New Port Richey, FL

Re: [O] Agenda view in Fortnight mode

2014-05-01 Thread J. David Boyd
Sebastien Vauban sva-n...@mygooglest.com writes: J. David Boyd wrote: I've searched the docs, and looked through my .emacs and custom.el files, but I don't see anywhere that lets me set the default view for the Agenda. I would like it to come up in Fortnight mode as a default

Re: [O] Agenda view in Fortnight mode

2014-05-01 Thread J. David Boyd
Charles Millar mill...@verizon.net writes: Dave, J. David Boyd wrote: I've searched the docs, and looked through my .emacs and custom.el files, but I don't see anywhere that lets me set the default view for the Agenda. I would like it to come up in Fortnight mode as a default

[O] current task being worked in agenda time grid

2014-05-08 Thread J. David Boyd
Is there any way to do that? It would be beneficial if, when I did C-a a, the time grid could show, at the current time, what I am currently clocking time against. I know that it shows up in the mode line, but my emacs window is seldom wide enough for me to read that, actually. Thanks for any

Re: [O] current task being worked in agenda time grid

2014-05-09 Thread J. David Boyd
Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: On Thursday, 8 May 2014 at 09:45, J. David Boyd wrote: Is there any way to do that? It would be beneficial if, when I did C-a a, the time grid could show, at the current time, what I am currently clocking time against. Not quite what you want but v c

Re: [O] current task being worked in agenda time grid

2014-05-09 Thread J. David Boyd
Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: On Friday, 9 May 2014 at 08:46, J. David Boyd wrote: Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: On Thursday, 8 May 2014 at 09:45, J. David Boyd wrote: Is there any way to do that? It would be beneficial if, when I did C-a a, the time grid could show

Re: [O] Scheduled tasks: total time since last DONE

2014-07-16 Thread J. David Boyd
Fletcher Charest fletcher.char...@gmail.com writes: Dear all, I'm sorry if this is a common question but I had trouble finding the right keywords. I am a little puzzled by the way scheduled tasks work. I will give an example. Let's have this task: * TODO Clean the kitchen SCHEDULED:

Re: [O] Org Community

2013-03-15 Thread J. David Boyd
Loyall, David david.loy...@nebraska.gov writes: FWIW, I believe that the org-mode community should do what we can to oblige Jambunathan's request, even if/when we're not legally required to do so. I think that we should do the same for any human who wants to withdraw from an endeavor.

[O] export parameters in ORG file

2013-03-31 Thread J. David Boyd
Back in the day, when I C-x C-e to export from an org file, I could tap a key and put all the control factors into the top of the file. Now I don't see that option when I do this. Are they gone? Or is it still possible to do this? Dave

Re: [O] export parameters in ORG file

2013-04-07 Thread J. David Boyd
Dieter Wilhelm die...@duenenhof-wilhelm.de writes: da...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: Back in the day, when I C-x C-e to export from an org file, I could tap a key and put all the control factors into the top of the file. Now I don't see that option when I do this. Are they gone

Re: [O] export parameters in ORG file

2013-04-08 Thread J. David Boyd
Nicolas Goaziou n.goaz...@gmail.com writes: Dieter Wilhelm die...@duenenhof-wilhelm.de writes: da...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: Back in the day, when I C-x C-e to export from an org file, I could tap a key and put all the control factors into the top of the file. Now I don't see

[O] js-info problem

2013-04-10 Thread J. David Boyd
I see an error in my message buffer when starting up: Problems while trying to load feature `org-jsinfo'. Any ideas how to fix this? I can't even find an org-jsinfo in the org source directory. Dave

Re: [O] js-info problem

2013-04-10 Thread J. David Boyd
Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: Hi David, da...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: I see an error in my message buffer when starting up: Problems while trying to load feature `org-jsinfo'. Any ideas how to fix this? I can't even find an org-jsinfo in the org source directory

Re: [O] adding images in org

2013-04-12 Thread J. David Boyd
Nick Dokos n...@dokosmarshall.org writes: I don't think you can inline remote images. The post you link to refers only to locally available images. Nick Hmm, then is there any method in Org to auto-download the image, and then inline it? Or in other words, do attachments have to be locally

Re: [O] adding images in org

2013-04-13 Thread J. David Boyd
Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: Hi David, da...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: Hmm, then is there any method in Org to auto-download the image, and then inline it? No. Or in other words, do attachments have to be locally available, or will a URL work to attach something? The former

Re: [O] getting file properties

2013-05-04 Thread J. David Boyd
John Kitchin jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu writes: Hi everyone, if I have an org-file with this in it: #+EMAIL: jkitc...@cmu.edu is there an org lisp command to get the email address after I have opened the file? I am looping through many files to generate a report, and would like to do this

Re: [O] Babel blocks not indented

2013-05-09 Thread J. David Boyd
Julien Cubizolles j.cubizol...@free.fr writes: Eric Schulte schulte.e...@gmail.com writes: Julien Cubizolles j.cubizol...@free.fr writes: I'm new to babel and I'm experiencing a strange problem. A src_block created with s TAB is not indented as the heading it's in. Here is an example:

[O] Formatting a calculated cell entry as currency

2013-06-06 Thread J. David Boyd
I've got a simple cell calculation, =@2 * 40 If @2 contained 10, is there anyway to force this to show as $400.00? I've combed through the info file, and if it is there I'm blind. Dave

Re: [O] How to let Org Agenda search all files in a directory *recursively* ?

2013-06-27 Thread J. David Boyd
chris numbch...@gmail.com writes: I want to set up Org-mode variable org-agenda-files. How to Let [C-c a] to search over all files in a directory *recursively* ? It's in the doc help for org-agenda-files: The files to be used for agenda display. Entries may be added to this list with

Re: [O] How to let Org Agenda search all files in a directory *recursively* ?

2013-06-27 Thread J. David Boyd
Nicolas Richard theonewiththeevill...@yahoo.fr writes: chris numbch...@gmail.com writes: How to Let [C-c a] to search over all files in a directory *recursively* ? AFAIK, there's no built in way. Applying the following patch to the function org-agenda-files gets you there, but it's not

Re: [O] How to let Org Agenda search all files in a directory *recursively* ?

2013-06-27 Thread J. David Boyd
Nicolas Richard theonewiththeevill...@yahoo.fr writes: da...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: Huh, when I set my org-agenda-files to ~/org/, and have TODO files in ~/org/home and ~/org/work, and press C-c a a, it loads all the todo file, recursed down to all the subdirectories. However

[O] org-clock-idle-time

2013-07-12 Thread J. David Boyd
A while back I set this to 5 minutes, and tried it for a while, and decided I didn't like it, and set it back to never. It turns out that many times I clock into a task in Emacs, but a lot of the work I am doing is not in emacs, so the idle timer was annoying me. Turned it off, if I look at it

Re: [O] org-clock-idle-time

2013-07-12 Thread J. David Boyd
Nick Dokos ndo...@gmail.com writes: da...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: A while back I set this to 5 minutes, and tried it for a while, and decided I didn't like it, and set it back to never. ... I've grepped all my .el and .org files, and can find no references to that variable

Re: [O] org-clock-idle-time

2013-07-12 Thread J. David Boyd
Ivan Andrus darthand...@gmail.com writes: Do you have a stale .elc or somewhere? Those are the bane of my existence. -Ivan On Jul 12, 2013, at 9:39 AM, J. David Boyd da...@adboyd.com wrote: Nick Dokos ndo...@gmail.com writes: da...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: A while back I

[O] clock adjustments

2013-07-16 Thread J. David Boyd
Are there any keystrokes/functions built in that would let me adjust the time between to tasks auto-magically. I mean, I just worked on task B, after finishing task A, but forgot to clock out of task A and into task B. Is there anything I can do while on task B that would let me incrementally

Re: [O] clock adjustments

2013-07-16 Thread J. David Boyd
da...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: Are there any keystrokes/functions built in that would let me adjust the time between to tasks auto-magically. I mean, I just worked on task B, after finishing task A, but forgot to clock out of task A and into task B. Is there anything I can do

[O] Hiding cells in org table

2013-07-17 Thread J. David Boyd
I've scanned through the manuals, and see no way to do this, but. Is there anyway to block out the contents of a result field in a table, until I export it into an html file? I'm keeping track of my hours worked, with the dollar amounts paid calculated, and I don't want anyone wandering by my

Re: [O] Hiding cells in org table

2013-07-18 Thread J. David Boyd
John Rakestraw li...@johnrakestraw.com writes: Hi, David -- On 17.07.2013 14:02, da...@adboyd.com wrote: I've scanned through the manuals, and see no way to do this, but. Is there anyway to block out the contents of a result field in a table, until I export it into an html file? I'm

Re: [O] bullets when exporting a list of checklists

2013-07-19 Thread J. David Boyd
da...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: Is there any way to turn off the solid and hollow bullet points when exporting a checklist of checklists? I want to make a checklist for my camping trips, and I don't want the bullet points, just the nice clean list. I've seen some options available

[O] bullets when exporting a list of checklists

2013-07-19 Thread J. David Boyd
Is there any way to turn off the solid and hollow bullet points when exporting a checklist of checklists? I want to make a checklist for my camping trips, and I don't want the bullet points, just the nice clean list. I've seen some options available for formatting, but nothing seems to control

Re: [O] bullets when exporting a list of checklists

2013-07-19 Thread J. David Boyd
Nick Dokos ndo...@gmail.com writes: [I tried following up earlier and I think I messed it up, so I'm resending. Apologies if there is a second reply.] da...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: da...@adboyd.com (J. David Boyd) writes: Is there any way to turn off the solid and hollow bullet

[Emacs-orgmode] Re: Midnight and noon in agendas

2006-06-02 Thread J. David Boyd
Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Should 12am be listed as 0:00 or as 24:00? Should 12:21am be listed as 0:21 or as 24:21? I vote for 0:00 and 0:21 Dave in Largo, FL ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org

[Orgmode] Re: agenda buffer cursor highlighting

2006-11-15 Thread J. David Boyd
Eddward DeVilla [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi all, I have a little trouble with the agenda buffer global todo list. The cursor is in the first column where the there is no text and the closest text is the category which for me tends to be the same for several contiguous lines. Its hard for

[Orgmode] clocking time

2006-11-15 Thread J. David Boyd
When I have a TODO item, and I've added time to it by clocking in and out, what happens if I reschedule that item for the next day, to continue working on it, then again clock time in and out? I should say, what is going to happen to the dynamic clock block I have placed at the top of the file.

[Orgmode] Timestamps

2006-11-22 Thread J. David Boyd
Sorry everyone, I thought I saw this in the docs, but I can't find it now. Is there someway to insert a timestamp, rather than a 'date' stamp? Dave ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org

[Orgmode] Re: Timestamps

2006-11-22 Thread J. David Boyd
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (J. David Boyd) writes: Eddward DeVilla [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I had to look that up myself. It's 'C-u C-c .'. You may want to look up the option org-time-stamp-rounding-minutes also. Edd On 11/22/06, J. David Boyd [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sorry everyone, I

[Orgmode] Re: Bug fix release 4.59

2006-12-08 Thread J. David Boyd
Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Org-mode 4.59 is available at http://www.astro.uva.nl/~dominik/Tools/org/ This release fixes the issues reported by Bastien and Eddward during the last few days. Please note the the variable regulating indirect buffer display has been renamed and

[Orgmode] Re: Bug fix release 4.59

2006-12-08 Thread J. David Boyd
Xiao-Yong Jin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (J. David Boyd) writes: Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: M-x load-library RET org RET This will re-read org.elc. Then do M-x org-mode RET in each org-mode buffer, and you should be transparently switched to the new

[Orgmode] Re: recurring events, alternative to shift modifier, tag positions, smart [ ], and org-publish questions

2006-12-09 Thread J. David Boyd
Scott Jaderholm [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: 2. I use org-mode over ssh and since shift doesn't work along with other modifiers many of the keystrokes do not work. Has anyone come up with alternate keystrokes not involving shift that they could share? I are you telling your ssh

[Orgmode] Re: right align times in a clocktable

2006-12-21 Thread J. David Boyd
Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Dec 21, 2006, at 16:00, J. David Boyd wrote: Is there any way to right align times in a clocktable? I don't see a variable for it. It would make things look much neater if I could align them. Right now they look like

[Orgmode] a '#' at the beginning of my text lines.

2007-01-09 Thread J. David Boyd
I like to put notes in my TODO items, like *** TODO yadda yadda yadda [CLOCK thing] The purpose of this note is to figure out what I should do with the whatever, whenever. However, now I am getting: *** TODO yadda yadda yadda [CLOCK thing] The purpose of this

[Orgmode] Re: a '#' at the beginning of my text lines.

2007-01-09 Thread J. David Boyd
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (J. David Boyd) writes: I like to put notes in my TODO items, like *** TODO yadda yadda yadda [CLOCK thing] The purpose of this note is to figure out what I should do with the whatever, whenever. However, now I am getting: *** TODO yadda yadda

[Orgmode] Re: a '#' at the beginning of my text lines.

2007-01-10 Thread J. David Boyd
Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: This was already described earlier today. For the time being, (add-hook 'org-mode-hook (lambda () (setq comment-start nil))) should fix this, the next version will have this fixed. - Carsten On Jan 9, 2007, at 21:42, J. David Boyd wrote

[Orgmode] agenda mode

2007-01-25 Thread J. David Boyd
Can someone verify something for me? I thought that, when in agenda mode, using Diary, I saw the day. and then the diary entries. However, now I am seeing the diary entries, then the day. Now, for example, I see Wednesday 24 January 2007 Thursday 25 January 2007 Diary: 13:00.. Go

[Orgmode] Re: agenda mode

2007-01-25 Thread J. David Boyd
into it. - Carsten On Jan 25, 2007, at 19:11, J. David Boyd wrote: Can someone verify something for me? I thought that, when in agenda mode, using Diary, I saw the day. and then the diary entries. However, now I am seeing the diary entries, then the day. Now, for example, I see

[Orgmode] Re: New %-escape for remember-templates

2007-01-30 Thread J. David Boyd
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Peder O. Klingenberg) writes: Hi. I frequently want to stuff the subject of an email into a heading and have a link to the mail in the text. For this, I use remember templates. However, none of the standard templates to quite what I wish. I want to edit as little as

[Orgmode] Re: New %-escape for remember-templates

2007-01-30 Thread J. David Boyd
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Peder O. Klingenberg) writes: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (J. David Boyd) writes: Wow! 4.50? Yes, why? Because I've noticed that the people that use org-mode tend to keep the latest version on hand. The latest is version is 4.63. I was just really surprised that you were back

[Orgmode] Re: an annoying indentation

2007-06-12 Thread J. David Boyd
Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Jun 12, 2007, at 17:13, Leo wrote: Dear list, Anyone else find the following annoying? *** heading 1 - item 1 - item 2 Now hit tabwith cursor right before '-', it becomes, *** heading 1 - item 1 - item 2 The question I have

[Orgmode] Re: an annoying indentation

2007-06-12 Thread J. David Boyd
, but everyone else carries on as though they hadn't read them :( Cheers Will On 6/12/07, J. David Boyd [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Jun 12, 2007, at 17:13, Leo wrote: Dear list, Anyone else find the following annoying? *** heading 1

[Orgmode] archiving

2007-06-21 Thread J. David Boyd
When I archive an item, into an _archive file, the DONE date is set to the current date, rather than the date the item was completed on. Is there a variable, (or could there be) to control this? When I look into an archive file, I would like the DONE dates to be the date that the item was

[Orgmode] Re: archiving

2007-06-22 Thread J. David Boyd
Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Jun 21, 2007, at 16:06, J. David Boyd wrote: When I archive an item, into an _archive file, the DONE date is set to the current date, rather than the date the item was completed on. Is there a variable, (or could there be) to control

[Orgmode] Re: Org-mode version 5.01

2007-07-03 Thread J. David Boyd
Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, I am releasing Org-mode 5.01. It is available at my website I think I've found a bug in the agenda. I go into it, then run 'd' for day mode, or 'm' for month mode, but 'w' never gets me back to the week mode I get org-agenda-change-time-span:

[Orgmode] Re: Org-mode version 5.01

2007-07-03 Thread J. David Boyd
Sure thing, just as soon as I get a second... Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi David, your backtrace is still incomplete. Could you please follow the instructions in the manual on how to make a complete one? Thanks a lot. - Carsten On Jul 3, 2007, at 20:49, J. David Boyd

[Orgmode] Re: Org-mode version 5.01

2007-07-03 Thread J. David Boyd
Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, I am releasing Org-mode 5.01. It is available at my website So, if I'm in the agenda, and I hit 'd' to go to daily mode, then 'w' to back to week mode, I get: Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument number-or-marker-p nil) -(2

[Orgmode] Re: Org-mode version 5.01

2007-07-05 Thread J. David Boyd
, 2007, at 1:38, J. David Boyd wrote: Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, I am releasing Org-mode 5.01. It is available at my website So, if I'm in the agenda, and I hit 'd' to go to daily mode, then 'w' to back to week mode, I get: Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type

[Orgmode] Problem with archiving

2007-07-12 Thread J. David Boyd
When I attempt to archive a DONE item, using 5.02, I get ( this is from the message buffer) Copied: Subtree with 326 characters if: Cannot promote to level 0. UNDO to recover if necessary In the status line, I see Cannot promote to level 0. UNDO to recover if necessary Now, the item itself IS

[Orgmode] Re: Problem with archiving

2007-07-13 Thread J. David Boyd
Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Fixed, thanks. This was a bug related to the fact that the space after stars in a headline is now required. There may be more little things like this, please keep reporting. - Carsten On Jul 12, 2007, at 20:10, J. David Boyd wrote: When I

[Orgmode] Re: Org files downloads getting corrupted?

2007-07-16 Thread J. David Boyd
Sivaram Neelakantan [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Bernt Hansen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Sivaram Neelakantan [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [...] Works for me on my Linux/Debian system from http://staff.science.uva.nl/~dominik/Tools/org/#sec-4 I checked both the zip file and the tar file using

[Orgmode] Re: Org files downloads getting corrupted? [SOLVED]

2007-07-17 Thread J. David Boyd
Sivaram Neelakantan [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Sivaram Neelakantan [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (J. David Boyd) writes: Sivaram Neelakantan [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Bernt Hansen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Sivaram Neelakantan [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [...] I run spybot

[Orgmode] bug in version 5.06

2007-08-27 Thread J. David Boyd
I used to be able to open an org file, and with the cursor in the top left hand corner of the file, where it defaults to, press Tab repeatedly to cycle through showing the different levels of my file. Now, I have to be on a top level heading to cycle through the values under it. Did I miss a

[Orgmode] Re: no running clock

2007-10-03 Thread J. David Boyd
Cezar [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hello, I get this error/warning most of the time when trying to clock out. This is how my task looks like: ** DONE [#A] my task SCHEDULED: 2007-10-03 Wed CLOCK: [2007-10-03 Wed 10:36] [2007-10-02 Tue] Any idea why this happens ? Cheers,

[Orgmode] Re: can't get appointments working

2007-11-07 Thread J. David Boyd
Alfredo Buttari [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi all, I'm trying to convert items in my org files into appointments. As far as my understanding goes, org-agenda-to-appt has to be run every time I start emacs so I added these lines to my .emacs file: (setq appt-display-format 'window) (setq

[Orgmode] Re: Bug: LOGGING property does not stop asking for a note

2008-02-15 Thread J. David Boyd
Didn't Carsten say that this would be in 5.22, and the current git master? You are still use 5.21, unless you went and got the latest Bernt Hansen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I have now fixed this, just pushed it into the git repo. Here is the

[Orgmode] Re: Bug: LOGGING property does not stop asking for a note

2008-02-15 Thread J. David Boyd
I was _certain_ you had, just thought I'd mention it! Bernt Hansen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I updated to the current git master first. (5.21+) [EMAIL PROTECTED] (J. David Boyd) writes: Didn't Carsten say that this would be in 5.22, and the current git master? You are still use 5.21

[Orgmode] Re: IRC Channel

2008-03-07 Thread J. David Boyd
Here's the ChanServ help, that makes it all pretty clear: ChanServ allows you to register and control various aspects of channels. ChanServ can often prevent malicious users from taking over channels by limiting who is allowed channel operator priviliges. Any channel which is not used for

[Orgmode] Re: IRC Channel

2008-03-10 Thread J. David Boyd
Phil Jackson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (J. David Boyd) writes: Here's the ChanServ help, that makes it all pretty clear: [...] Thanks, a link rather than a 21k mail would have done the trick though ;) Phil -- Phil Jackson http://www.shellarchive.co.uk Hmm, _is_

[Orgmode] Re: IRC Channel

2008-03-10 Thread J. David Boyd
Bernt Hansen writes: J. David Boyd writes: Hmm, _is_ there a link for this? http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#groups Figures. Thanks for the info! Dave ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Remember: use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. Emacs

[Orgmode] Re: Using Alt as Meta

2008-04-08 Thread J. David Boyd
Dan Davison [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Mon, Apr 07, 2008 at 04:46:17PM -0400, Chris Leyon wrote: On Mon, Apr 7, 2008 at 4:16 PM, Dan Davison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why is is that I have to use Esc-Right for org-metaright, and Alt-Right brings up the message: 'A-right is undefined'?

[Orgmode] void variable

2008-04-17 Thread J. David Boyd
Whenever I try to publish an org file (ver 6.01a), I now get the error Symbol's value as variable is void: add-to-diary-list I can see the function being created in org-agenda, but I don't understand why the error msg references it a sa variable. Here is the debug list. Any ideas?

[Orgmode] Re: void variable

2008-04-18 Thread J. David Boyd
GNU Emacs 22.1.1 (i686-pc-cygwin, X toolkit, Xaw3d scroll bars) I had some extensions written by Sacha Chua installed, but I've removed them, and it still barfs. I guess I'll try unloading my entire .emacs, then loading just the org stuff, and see what happens. Dave Carsten Dominik [EMAIL

[Orgmode] Re: void variable

2008-04-18 Thread J. David Boyd
Well, when I removed the .elc files, so I could attempt to debug it, it worked fine. Maybe I'll recompile, and maybe I'll just leave it alone. It works fast enough for me without being compiled. Maybe I had an old .elc file that never got overwritten. Whatever, sorry for the false alarm.

[Orgmode] Re: freemind.el can't to convert from FreeMind.mm to OrgMode.org?

2008-05-02 Thread J. David Boyd
It is in the CONTRIB/packages directory... Dave Carsten Dominik [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On May 1, 2008, at 12:16 PM, Paul Csanyi wrote: Hello! I'm using GNU Emacs 22.1.1 (i486-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.8.20) on Debian Etch. I can't to convert a freemind.mm to orgmode.org with

[Orgmode] Re: Turn on help

2008-08-12 Thread J. David Boyd
The click here to return on the help page should like a link, as well, shouldn't it? ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Remember: use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/emacs-orgmode

[O] priorities

2012-12-06 Thread J. David Boyd
How many of y'all have changed the default priorities from 'A', 'B', and 'C' to something else. I've changed mine to '1' - '5', which showed up a bug in MobileOrg, and I'm curious why no one else has seen this. Am I the only one that doesn't like letter priorities? Dave

[O] BUG in org-mobile-create-index-file()

2012-12-07 Thread J. David Boyd
This is in org-mobile.el. I discovered this while learning to use MobileOrg. The section of the code that writes out the Priorities (line 462 in org version 7.9.2) totally ignores the variables org-highest-priority and org-lowest-priority, and simply sets the #+ALLPRIORITIES value to A B C. In

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