[Orgmode] Re: Keeping org files under git - trimming the repository

2009-08-04 Thread Matt Lundin
Ben Alexander b...@alexanderonline.org writes: About a year ago, I decided to learn how to write macros in lisp and started by teaching myself about the after-save-hook. I added a hook to auto commit every time I saved any org file. My simple, small text file of todo items is now a giant

[Orgmode] Re: Org suggestion: option which allows moving subtrees freely

2009-08-11 Thread Matt Lundin
Leo sdl@gmail.com writes: On 2009-08-11 10:24 +0100, PT wrote: Often I want to move an item or a subtree to an other location with M-up/down and I get the message Cannot move past superior level. I think there could be an option allowing this behavior. In practice I found sometimes it

[Orgmode] Re: Customizing main Agenda view??

2009-08-11 Thread Matt Lundin
Paul Mead paul.d.m...@gmail.com writes: I'd like to be able to see all my todo items which use the STARTED keyword in my main daily agenda view. I do most of my work from the daily view and I can't seem to get into the habit of using other views. Is this possible? If there's no way to

[Orgmode] Re: Fast way to jump to another specific heading?

2009-08-13 Thread Matt Lundin
Jan Böcker lists@jboecker.de writes: Hello, at the moment I use one org-mode file per project and use ido.el's fuzzy search to quickly open the appropriate project file. However, this tends to clutter up my buffer list when I forget to kill buffers after using them. I'd like to use

[Orgmode] Re: Fireforg: org-protocol mac workaround and BibTeX import using Zotero

2009-08-16 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi Andreas, Andreas Burtzlaff and...@gmx.net writes: Fireforg is now capable of sending a BibTeX entry for every item imported into Zotero to Org. For details see the doc at http://orgmode.org/worg/org-devel.php#fireforg Wow, that is a *killer* feature. I look forward to trying out

[Orgmode] Update breaks custom agenda commands

2009-08-16 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi Carsten, The following commit causes an error when I call org-agenda: , | commit 8c177dc832980bd8cf23fc2ae72b18e0b472b59e | Author: Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com | Date: Fri Aug 14 17:18:14 2009 +0200 | | Avoid text properties on elements in custom variables ` The

[Orgmode] Re: orgmode opening source file from agenda when marking as done

2009-08-17 Thread Matt Lundin
Michael Gilbert m...@gilbert.org writes: Hi all -- I seem to have mysteriously flipped some setting or other. Now, whenever I set a repeating item in my agenda as done, orgmode opens up the source file with that item in it, in a split frame. I have no idea why or what I'm supposed to do

[Orgmode] Re: Wishlist: see what I did last week in agenda view

2009-08-17 Thread Matt Lundin
Andrew Stribblehill a...@wompom.org writes: I am trying to concoct an agenda view in which every item that has a clock entry or timestamp for the past week shows up -- and preferably those for the forthcoming week. This is so I can make a weekly report of what I've done. ... How might I

[Orgmode] Re: TODO keywords into drawers ?

2009-08-18 Thread Matt Lundin
Xavier Maillard x...@gnu.org writes: I extensively use remember to jot down new tasks/notes/... it feets perfectly since it is almost instantaneous. Sometimes, when at work, someone enters my room to speak about a project. When finished, I fire remember and try to sum up our discussion.

[Orgmode] Re: Way to get agenda for a date?

2009-08-20 Thread Matt Lundin
At Thu, 20 Aug 2009 19:35:48 -0700 (PDT), David A. Gershman wrote: Is there a way to enter a date and have the agenda show up? i.e. (for me) C-caa shows me the current week's agenda C-u 1 C-caa brings up the current day's agenda Is there a way to enter be prompted for a

[Orgmode] Re: Keyword completion.

2009-08-22 Thread Matt Lundin
Noorul Islam gnu...@gmail.com writes: In an org-file I typed in #+A followed by ESC-Tab. I got a completion list window in which I clicked on AUTHOR using mouse . It actually replaced everything in the line with AUTHOR. I think it should have inserted AUTHOR after #+ which is the behavior

[Orgmode] Re: skip-entry-if category

2009-08-22 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi Memnon Memnon Anon wrote: However, there is one thing I am not able to figure out: Using skipping, it is easy to limit my daily agenda to certain tags like: (org-agenda-skip-function '(org-agenda-skip-entry-if 'notregexp :STUDIUM: Is it possible to do the same with Categories? I

[Orgmode] Re: Keyword completion.

2009-08-22 Thread Matt Lundin
Noorul Islam wrote: On Sat, Aug 22, 2009 at 6:48 PM, Matt Lundinm...@imapmail.org wrote: Noorul Islam gnu...@gmail.com writes: In an org-file I typed in #+A followed by ESC-Tab. I got a completion list window in which I clicked on AUTHOR using mouse . It actually replaced everything

[Orgmode] Re: POLL: Change of keys to move agenda through time

2009-08-25 Thread Matt Lundin
Carsten Dominik wrote: we have the proposal to do the following key changes in the agenda: 1. Make the cursor keys LEFT and RIGHT do normal cursor motion again I'd be fine with this change, though I can't remember when I last used the left/right keys for cursor motion in emacs. :) 2. Use

[Orgmode] Re: Regaring heading re-organization.

2009-08-25 Thread Matt Lundin
Noorul Islam K M wrote: Today I was re-arranging my headings. While doing that I faced this issue. For example consider the following org file contents. * Level 1 ** Level 2 *** Level 3 Level 4 Level 4 Level 4 If I keep the cursor on Level 3 heading and press M-left,

[Orgmode] Re: How to use both _underlined_ and math subcsript of latex ?

2009-08-25 Thread Matt Lundin
waterloo waterloo2...@gmail.com writes: when I export to html , _underlined_ was known as math subscript of latex. Is it a bug ?  Thanks _Underlined text_ exports to html just fine here. You'll need to provide your export settings and a sample file in which the behavior occurs if you'd like

[Orgmode] Re: how do you compose mails in Gnus with org-mode

2009-08-25 Thread Matt Lundin
zwz wrote: Would you like to share your configuration of how to compose mails by org-mode. I start org-mode by M-x org-mode, and found it not appelling at all. Org-mode is not a mail mode. It certainly would not be suitable as a major mode for composing mail. Are you perhaps referring to

[Orgmode] Re: Subversion for backups?

2009-08-26 Thread Matt Lundin
Kyle Sexton k...@mocker.org writes: At Wed, 26 Aug 2009 14:49:41 +0200, Rainer Stengele rainer.steng...@online.de wrote: I use subversion to backup and track my org files. I have a server in my office running the subversion server. Access is by port forwarding the subversion port via ssh

[Orgmode] Re: How to hyperlink a file whose name has `space' ?

2009-08-29 Thread Matt Lundin
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: waterloo waterloo2...@gmail.com wrote: `file:' can link a file on disk . But my file's name has `space' in it . How to hyperlink that file? Hex-encode the space (or other special characters): [[file:/path/to/foo%20bar][foo bar]] And if you

[Orgmode] org-gnus-prefer-web-links

2009-08-29 Thread Matt Lundin
Hello, I set org-gnus-prefer-web-links to t so that org-remember stores links to gmane nntp groups as web links rather than links to gnus. Recently (within the last week or so) org-store-link no longer creates the web link. Previously the stored link looked like this:

[Orgmode] Re: Format for a note

2009-08-30 Thread Matt Lundin
Nick Bell m...@nickbell.org writes: I have just started to use 'z' to add a note from agenda. I'd like to change the format of the added note to [the_date] the_note (i.e. remove the \\newline after the date which currently appears. I've looked everywhere but can't find out how to do this. Is

[Orgmode] Re: org-agenda-custom-commands - what's wrong with my setup

2009-08-30 Thread Matt Lundin
aldrin d'souza aldrindso...@gmail.com writes: hello org-mode users, for some reason, my agenda export isn't working as it used to in the past. (setq org-agenda-custom-commands  '((x agenda export to html nil (~/agenda.html If you want the agenda to show up when you select x, then you

[Orgmode] Re: org-mode on sloooow computer

2009-08-31 Thread Matt Lundin
Daniel Martins daniel...@gmail.com writes: This version is 30 days old. Actually, org-mode 6.21b was released on Feb. 2, 2009. But org-mode does change quickly. :) To do not create problems with my Ubuntu distribution it is a bit hard to try newer versions but I can try if this is  I feel

[Orgmode] Re: org-mode on sloooow computer

2009-08-31 Thread Matt Lundin
Daniel Martins daniel...@gmail.com writes: My org-agenda is incredibly slow. Please help me understand what is happening My computer is not so slow. It is a dual core  Intel(R) Pentium(R) D CPU 2.80GHz with 2GB of RAM My organizer.org has 21000 lines I can split it in a couple of files

[Orgmode] Re: [Feature request/proposal] Pinkie finger saving/amateur mode alternate org-mode-keymap

2009-09-01 Thread Matt Lundin
Tim O'Callaghan tim.ocallag...@gmail.com writes: I've been using org, but it is starting to bug me that it relies so heavily on control-c this and control-u control-c that. It is now also the case that there is a bewildering array of key strokes to memorise. You only need to look at the

[Orgmode] Re: RSI

2009-09-01 Thread Matt Lundin
Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com writes: Repetitive strain injury is real and important. One thing that you can do is to ensure that you have a keyboard that has modifier keys on both sides. You should pound a new habit into your cerebellum: use two hands. For example, c-c c-o should

[Orgmode] Re: Mobile org

2009-09-02 Thread Matt Lundin
Marcelo de Moraes Serpa celose...@gmail.com writes: Hello list, org-mode really changed my life, and allowed me to fully implement GTD the way I wanted. However, I miss having access to it everytime, so, I'm looking for a mobile device that could run emacs and org, and that I could keep in

[Orgmode] Org-remember and org-back-to-heading

2009-09-03 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi everyone, When I call org-remember or org-store-link above the first headline in an org buffer, I receive the following error message: Before first headline at position 1 in buffer index.org It seems that either org-remember or org-store-link (or both) calls org-back-to-heading in order

[Orgmode] Re: FILETAGS documentation clarification

2009-09-04 Thread Matt Lundin
PT spamfilteracco...@gmail.com writes: I tried FILETAGS for the first time and it failed to work and it took a while until I found out why. I assumed orgfiles are scanned dynamically for filetags, so I don't have to do anything just write it into the file. Turned out I had to reload the

[Orgmode] Re: Org-mode version 6.30trans (release_6.30d.5.gc125); make fails on org-ascii.el

2009-09-05 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi Daniel, Daniel Martins daniel...@gmail.com writes: On the other hand: Shouldn't a simple `make' do everything needed to succeed? On How do I keep current with Org mode development? http://orgmode.org/worg/org-faq.php# keeping-current-with-Org-mode-development it is suggested

[Orgmode] Re: GTD and adding next actions under projects with remember

2009-09-09 Thread Matt Lundin
Desmond Rivet desmond_n...@videotron.ca writes: I'm using org-mode to implement GTD (or, at least, making a valiant effort :) I'm currently doing the following: * projects are TODO items under a Project heading with a) a project tag and b) a CATEGORY property summarizing the project with

[Orgmode] Re: Question re CATEGORY and Agenda Views

2009-09-09 Thread Matt Lundin
Markus Heller helle...@gmail.com writes: I apologize if this is RTFM, i couldn't find the answer. Maybe it's also because of a misconception on my part. I have a .org file with the following setup (HEAVILY inspired by Bernt Hansen, http://doc.norang.ca/org-mode.html): * ABC1

[Orgmode] Re: diary-remind, and org-agenda, and remember

2009-09-10 Thread Matt Lundin
Desmond Rivet desmond.ri...@videotron.ca writes: For example, this will work in an org file (the reminders show up on the agenda): * Birthdays %%(diary-remind '(diary-date 1 6 t) -14) Suzie's birthday. %%(diary-remind '(diary-date 11 5 t) -14) John's birthday. But this will *not* work in

[Orgmode] Re: Scaling org-mode

2009-09-13 Thread Matt Lundin
d...@teklibre.org (Dave Täht) writes: I have really been enjoying importing my life into org-mode, which I've been doing for about two months now. But. It currently visits about 100 files and 10k of text to construct the agenda. It's starting to get kind of slow and interrupt my workflow,

[Orgmode] Re: Unnumbered sections in LaTeX export

2009-09-13 Thread Matt Lundin
Thomas S. Dye t...@tsdye.com writes: The variable org-export-latex-classes has a specification for unnumbered sections but I haven't found any documentation how to mark up the org file to activate them. I might have missed something obvious. Could someone give me a pointer to documentation

[Orgmode] Re: dir or folder structure into org-file?

2009-09-14 Thread Matt Lundin
Erwin Panen erwinpa...@fastmail.fm writes: Not sure this is the right place to ask; I'm looking for a way to import a complete file structure into an org-mode buffer that will be saved to an org-mode file. I assume org or emacs must be able to do this, but I haven't found anything googling

[Orgmode] Re: Can I publish one block of org file?

2009-09-15 Thread Matt Lundin
Water Lin water...@ymail.com writes: I am using org to write my draft. After finish the writing, I will copy to my blog poster and edit something like linker, pictures. This way works but is a little slow and should be very careful or else it is very easy to forget some linkers, pictures,

[Orgmode] Re: Documentation wishlist items

2009-09-15 Thread Matt Lundin
Ethan ethan.glasser.c...@gmail.com writes: Hi guys, I've been studying org-mode for a few months now, and I think I'm finally getting the hang of it. I'm still saying the same thing after 1 year. :) It's really overwhelming, and I really appreciate the efforts that must have gone into

[Orgmode] Re: Documentation wishlist items

2009-09-16 Thread Matt Lundin
Sebastian Rose sebastian_r...@gmx.de writes: Ethan ethan.glasser.c...@gmail.com writes: Hi guys, Documentation is not such an easy thing to do and a lot of work, too. A tutorial _is_ missing. We had some discussions here about that, but no one got around to it. I think about it every so

[Orgmode] Re: Documentation wishlist items

2009-09-16 Thread Matt Lundin
Sebastian Rose sebastian_r...@gmx.de writes: Bastien bastiengue...@googlemail.com writes: Sebastian Rose sebastian_r...@gmx.de writes: Here is some kind of outline for such a tutorial. Wow. That an outline for a full book! And I guess that's what comes at the horizon: an (O-Reilly)

[Orgmode] Re: Documentation wishlist items

2009-09-16 Thread Matt Lundin
Bastien bastiengue...@googlemail.com writes: Hi Ethan, Ethan ethan.glasser.c...@gmail.com writes: Another good example is TODO keywords, categories, and tags. It isn't clear what they all are, or why they are distinct, or what the differences are, and it's easy to confuse them with

[Orgmode] Re: Hoisting (so to speak)

2009-09-17 Thread Matt Lundin
timetrap timet...@gmail.com writes: One of my favorite features in the vim out liner was the ability to hoist a sparse tree into a new temporary buffer. Is there a way to do this in org-mode? Of course there is. This is emacs. ;) Use C-x n s to narrow to the current subtree. Use C-x n w

[Orgmode] Re: Eliminate DONE state?

2009-09-18 Thread Matt Lundin
PT spamfilteracco...@gmail.com writes: Is is possible to eliminate the DONE state completely? I'd like a single state TODO and want to switch between TODO and nothing states, but (setq org-todo-keywords '((sequence TODO))) doesn't seem to work, because it always considers the last

[Orgmode] Re: urgency importance (was: (no subject)

2009-09-18 Thread Matt Lundin
Robin Green gree...@greenrd.org writes: Is there any equivalent to planner-mode's planner-rank.el for org-mode? I want to automatically compute some sort of combined measure of urgency and importance for each of my TODOs, and rank them according to this measure. (Of course, I could write my

[Orgmode] Re: Eliminate DONE state?

2009-09-18 Thread Matt Lundin
Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com writes: On Sep 18, 2009, at 1:31 PM, PT wrote: Is is possible to eliminate the DONE state completely? I'd like a single state TODO and want to switch between TODO and nothing states, but (setq org-todo-keywords '((sequence TODO))) doesn't

[Orgmode] Re: org-examples.git?

2009-09-18 Thread Matt Lundin
d...@teklibre.org (Dave Täht) writes: My eyes glazed over at the documentation thread. I'm afraid my posts may have had something to do with that. :) There are a lot of wonderful tutorials out there, and some great documentation, but often it requires a fairly high level of understanding

[Orgmode] Re: Default Date for Scheduling in Remember Buffer

2009-09-22 Thread Matt Lundin
Philipp Schaefer philipp.schae...@gmail.com writes: I just tried the functionality described in the manual in the section http://orgmode.org/org.html#Setting-up-Remember-for-Org , according to which the key combination 'k r' leads to timestamps defaulting to the day on which the pointer was

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

2009-09-22 Thread Matt Lundin
PT spamfilteracco...@gmail.com writes: I have several items on my agenda which have a time specification (e.g. 4pm), but it only means I should work on it sometime after 4pm. It can even be 8pm when I actually deal with the item. So there is no need for me to see the item constantly on the

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

2009-09-22 Thread Matt Lundin
PT spamfilteracco...@gmail.com writes: Matt Lundin mdl at imapmail.org writes: One recommendation: Create an :EVENING: tag and filter it out in the agenda. Or, optionally, create custom agenda commands for day and evening agendas that pull up different results based on tags

[Orgmode] Re: two custom agenda view questions

2009-09-23 Thread Matt Lundin
Michael Gilbert m...@gilbert.org writes: Still too much of a newbie to figure this out on my own. I get lost in the Lisp still. (1) I want to define a custom agenda view that displays only those tasks that have today as a deadline or are past-due. Since many of my tasks also have scheduled

[Orgmode] Re: HTML export without all div ... tags

2009-09-25 Thread Matt Lundin
Detlef Steuer ste...@unibwh.de writes: I'm in the process of adapting cmsimple (www.cmsimple.dk) to use our university's corporate design. Cmsimple in its core is a php script, which takes _one_ html file and creates the complete layout of a site on the fly while splitting the file apart at

[Orgmode] Re: suggestion: options for chronological agenda

2009-09-26 Thread Matt Lundin
Ilya Shlyakhter ilya_...@alum.mit.edu writes: I often need to find recently modified entries. I try to timestamp entries I work on with the active timestamps (in angular brackets), and use the C-x a L command. This mostly works, but is imperfect: - when i use time logging, it inserts

[Orgmode] Re: to bookmarks

2009-09-26 Thread Matt Lundin
andrea Crotti andrea.crott...@gmail.com writes: Bookmarks from org-mode: I insert many many links inside my orgmode but sometimes I would also like to have them in my browsers (safari and firefox sometimes). Is there already something working out of the box? The

[Orgmode] Re: short way to insert source tag in org mode?

2009-09-27 Thread Matt Lundin
Water Lin water...@ymail.com writes: While I am using org to publish my source code, I include my code in following way: #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp some emacs-lisp code #+END_SRC Everytime I copy the begin and the end tag which is #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp and #+END_SRC to my org file.

[Orgmode] Re: Editing LaTeX code in org-mode

2009-09-27 Thread Matt Lundin
Alan E. Davis lngn...@gmail.com writes:    #+BEGIN_LaTeX    questions and sections   #+END_LaTeX For now, however, is there a way to use AUCTeX to edit the LaTeX in the environment above?  Currently, my habit of using C-c e to enter environments is getting in the way, for example.

[Orgmode] New footnote with folded footnote section

2009-09-27 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi Carsten, I have org-footnote-section set to Footnotes. If I insert a new footnote while... 1. the * Footnotes tree already exists and 2. the * Footnotes tree is folded ...the footnote definition label is inserted, but the * Footnotes subtree remains folded and the cursor jumps to the *

[Orgmode] Re: tags in todo list

2009-09-29 Thread Matt Lundin
David Schoen d...@lyte.id.au writes: I was wondering if there is a way to filter the todo list (C-c a t) by tags that are applied. I'm trying to use org-mode for a GTD style process management which means I've got things like :home: and :office: set as tags and as such when I'm at the

[Orgmode] Re: Filtering the global todo list in a custom agenda

2009-09-30 Thread Matt Lundin
PT spamfilteracco...@gmail.com writes: I'm trying to filter the global todo list, so that items with certain tags don't appear in it, but this solution doesn't seem to work: (setq org-agenda-custom-commands '((h Agenda and todo ((agenda ) (alltodo -test)

[Orgmode] Re: Is there a good way to use org as blog system?

2009-09-30 Thread Matt Lundin
Bob Erb r...@progress.com writes: Hi, Water. Water Lin water...@ymail.com writes: I want to mantain a local static html blog system on my local computer. I think org is good enough to organise the stuff. Is there any special function for me to use org as blog system? Take a look at worg;

[Orgmode] Re: HTML export: How to export body only, as HTML fragment?

2009-09-30 Thread Matt Lundin
Bill Powell b...@billpowellisalive.com writes: - get HTML export to just convert the text to HTML, without wrapping a template and head and html and body tags around it. I can't find an option to do this, but it seems like if there isn't one, it should be fairly easy to implement.

[Orgmode] Re: Orgmode for budgeting/expense recording

2009-10-01 Thread Matt Lundin
Raffi R raf...@gmail.com writes: Thank you, I will have a look. You might also want to have a look at this thread: http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/12892/ Best, Matt On Thu, Oct 1, 2009 at 1:43 PM, Russell Adams rlad...@adamsinfoserv.com wrote: I use John Wiegley's Ledger:

[Orgmode] Re: Orgmode for budgeting/expense recording

2009-10-02 Thread Matt Lundin
Eric S Fraga ucec...@ucl.ac.uk writes: As do I and highly recommended indeed! It would be interesting to see a org-babel interface to ledger... what ledger is missing, in the context of emacs, is an easy way to see the actual output of the ledger command (e.g. bal or reg) while looking at

[Orgmode] Re: (Possible Feature Request) Hiding Tags in Agenda View/Implementing Contexts in Org

2009-10-07 Thread Matt Lundin
Miguel Fernando Cabrera mfcabr...@gmail.com writes: Too hacky? Now, to really do what I want would be cool to have a way of saying to org that don't show the @work tag. I think you might also be able to use the variable org-agenda-filter-preset. I think at the end this is a question of how

[Orgmode] Indentation of scheduled/deadline timestamps

2009-10-07 Thread Matt Lundin
What follows is a minor issue with the indentation of scheduled/deadline lines. I can't identify when it appeared, but AFAICT it is a recent behavior. When I schedule an item for the first time with C-c C-s, the scheduling line is indented to match the text of the headline: * Here is a headline

[Orgmode] Re: Tagging a region of text without creating a branch

2009-10-08 Thread Matt Lundin
bar tomas barto...@gmail.com writes: Is it possible to tag a region of text without creating a new branch? I mean, for instance, if I have the following orgmode document structure: * item1 this is about item 1 bla bla more about item1 I'd like to give a tag to the bit 'bla bla', but the

[Orgmode] Re: Tagging a region of text without creating a branch

2009-10-09 Thread Matt Lundin
bar tomas wrote: Hi, Maybe I use orgmode in a quirky way, but I often find the need of tagging internal regions. I don't have a problem with a creating a heading but what I find sometimes inconvenient is that implicitely everything that comes after the created headingis in it's scope

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Tagging a region of text without creating a branch

2009-10-12 Thread Matt Lundin
At Mon, 12 Oct 2009 09:29:05 +0200, Carsten Dominik wrote: On Oct 10, 2009, at 5:39 PM, Matt Lundin wrote: Hi Carsten, Carsten Dominik wrote: Yes, this should now work. Good catch. You method with the tag on the END line would even be harmful, as it removes any text after

[Orgmode] org-clock-into-drawer

2009-10-12 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi Carsten, According to the docstring, the value of org-clock-into-drawer is derived from org-log-into-drawer. , | The default for this variable is the value of `org-log-into-drawer'. ` I have org-log-into-drawer set to t, and yet org-clock-into-drawer is nil. Thus all my new clock

Re: [Orgmode] org-clock-into-drawer

2009-10-12 Thread Matt Lundin
Carsten Dominik wrote: On Oct 12, 2009, at 3:25 PM, Matt Lundin wrote: Hi Carsten, According to the docstring, the value of org-clock-into-drawer is derived from org-log-into-drawer. , | The default for this variable is the value of `org-log-into-drawer'. ` I

[Orgmode] Re: Repeat time ranges

2009-10-13 Thread Matt Lundin
Nicolas Aggelidis n.aggeli...@gmail.com writes: hi org-users! i 'am having the following problem. I have some activities that i organize like this: * University calendar ** Class 1 2009-10-12 Mon 15:00-2009-10-12 Mon 16:00 what i want to do, is have this time range repeat itself every

[Orgmode] Any way to include filetags in tags completion?

2009-10-16 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi everyone, I've searched the org-mode variables and can't seem to find a way to get filetags included in tags completion. In other words, when I press TAB to see the org-global-tags-completion-table while entering a tag or filtering for tags in the agenda, only tags associated with headlines

[Orgmode] Re: Other modes in SRC

2009-10-20 Thread Matt Lundin
andrea andrea.crott...@gmail.com writes: Is it possible maybe automatically activate other modes inside a #+BEGIN_SRC block? I've seen there is CCC (or something like that) enables to have multi modes in the same buffer, but maybe there's also a quicker way inside org-mode... I'm not sure

[Orgmode] Re: Added support for habit tracking

2009-10-20 Thread Matt Lundin
John Wiegley jwieg...@gmail.com writes: Tracking habits isn't suited to a regular task manager, however. You can see that the task needs to be done in your agenda, but you don't know if it's a task that sorely needs attention because you've been neglecting it, or if you've really been on the

[Orgmode] Re: Arrow keys in agenda view

2009-10-21 Thread Matt Lundin
Marco doma...@gmail.com writes: Sometimes I use the agenda view in org-mode, but with at least the new version when I try C-a a, then I am not able anymore to navigate to the next/previous day or week using the arrow keys, as it did in the previous versions. Is this a new feature I missed or

[Orgmode] Re: Added support for habit tracking

2009-10-21 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi John, John Wiegley jwieg...@gmail.com writes: Ok, the following changes today have been submitted for inclusion: - Habit appears in mode-line when Habits are being displayed - Habits no longer use a DEADLINE, but .+1d/3d, to indicate a range. Use .+1d if the min and max are the

[Orgmode] Re: [off-topic/GTD]Only Next Actions list to rule them all ?

2009-10-21 Thread Matt Lundin
Marcelo de Moraes Serpa celose...@gmail.com writes: On the other hand, most of this could be achieved by using the agenda view and other org filtering features, and still keep a list of projects, sub-projects and next-actions, all in one, like: (Always ordered by priority) * Projects and

[Orgmode] Re: Feature Request? #+CONFIG keyword - to abstract more configuration into org files,

2009-10-22 Thread Matt Lundin
Bernt Hansen be...@norang.ca writes: Tim O'Callaghan tim.ocallag...@gmail.com writes: Expand the #+KEYWORD in-org file configuration possibilities with a #+CONFIG or similar keyword. The idea being to abstract more configuration into actual org files, and let extensions have an easy way to

[Orgmode] Re: How to Strip TODO headword and refile as a note

2009-10-24 Thread Matt Lundin
Alan E. Davis lngn...@gmail.com writes: I had a TODO item to go to the bank.  At the bank I had some issues to discuss with a representative.  Now I'm home, I am going over my agenda todo listing, and see this item, with a priority of A.  I stumbled momentarily, realizing I not only want to

[Orgmode] Re: FAQ incorrect

2009-10-27 Thread Matt Lundin
W.Bentley MacLeod bentley.macl...@columbia.edu writes: FAQ on how to include all org files in a directory is incorrect (view 85). Correct code is: (setq org-agenda-files (file-expand-wildcards ~/org-files/*.org)) Thanks. Yes, that is one way to add all files in directory. But the method

[Orgmode] Re: FAQ incorrect

2009-10-27 Thread Matt Lundin
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: (setq org-agenda-files ~/my/special/path/org/) Does that really work? I believe it should be (setq org-agenda-files '(~/my/special/path/org/)) i.e. each member of this list can be a

[Orgmode] Re: Proposed key binding changes: archiving and attachments

2009-10-30 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi Carsten, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com writes: Hi everyone, I would like to change some key bindings related to archiving, and this change will also affect the access key for attachments. The main reason is that I think there should be a single default key for archiving,

[Orgmode] Re: exclude certain types from agenda

2009-10-30 Thread Matt Lundin
Richard Riley rileyrg...@gmail.com writes: Is it possible to exclude certain tags from the normal agenda? (org-agenda a). I have vocab org items to learn (tagged VOCAB) but only want to see them from a specially selected agenda tags v view : not from the normal agenda. Two options: 1)

[Orgmode] Re: Proposed key binding changes: archiving and attachments

2009-10-31 Thread Matt Lundin
Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com writes: OK, here is what I have now settled for, effective immediately: The following keys now do archiving C-c C-x C-aarchive using the command specified in `org-archive-default-command' This variable is by default set to

[Orgmode] Re: Cannot clone Worg

2009-11-01 Thread Matt Lundin
Tassilo Horn tass...@member.fsf.org writes: Hi all, I'd like to create a people page on Worg, but unfortunately, I cannot clone it. I already have a user at repo.or.cz. Here's the error message: % git clone git+ssh://t...@repo.or.cz/srv/git/Worg.git Initialized empty Git repository in

[Orgmode] Re: Feature request about habit tracking

2009-11-02 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi Friedrich, Friedrich Delgado Friedrichs frie...@nomaden.org writes: Hi Carsten Dominik schrieb: from what I see, John has built the habit tracking into the routine that looks for scheduling entries. So it would be a significant change to do this for normal time stamps. A solution

[Orgmode] org-refile refiles items to active clock

2009-11-04 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi all, I updated to the most current git version of org this morning and am finding that org-refile simply moves items to currently clocked-in item (at least when that item is in the current file) without offering a prompt for targets. I have not changed anything in my org setup since yesterday,

[Orgmode] Re: repetitive activity over a period of time, starting at the same time each day

2009-11-07 Thread Matt Lundin
Crni Gorac cgo...@gmail.com writes: On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 5:51 PM, Matt Lundin m...@imapmail.org wrote: Crni Gorac cgo...@gmail.com writes: How to specify a time interval for a TODO that will say span over two weeks, working days only, and that will start each day at 10am.  I tried

[Orgmode] Re: Monthly events based on count of specific weekdays

2009-11-08 Thread Matt Lundin
Ben Finney ben+em...@benfinney.id.au writes: Howdy all, How can I set an event in Org mode that repeats every month, on a specific weekday, on a week counted from the start of the month? For example: * every month on the first Tuesday of the month. * every month on the third Sunday

[Orgmode] Re: Best way to implement Keywords feature

2009-11-08 Thread Matt Lundin
Paul Mead paul.d.m...@googlemail.com writes: Giovanni Ridolfi giovanni.rido...@yahoo.it writes: What about properties? * computer * apple :PROPERTIES: :Keyword: Power PC :END: * garden * apple :PROPERTIES: :Keyword: Golden Delicious :END: However you can already search

[Orgmode] Re: Monthly events based on count of specific weekdays

2009-11-08 Thread Matt Lundin
Ben Finney ben+em...@benfinney.id.au writes: Matt Lundin m...@imapmail.org writes: Ben Finney ben+em...@benfinney.id.au writes: How can I set an event in Org mode that repeats every month, on a specific weekday, on a week counted from the start of the month? […] Taking “first Tuesday

[Orgmode] Re: contact management in org-mode?

2009-11-08 Thread Matt Lundin
Ben Finney ben+em...@benfinney.id.au writes: Russell Adams rlad...@adamsinfoserv.com writes: Given the discussion about a simple database [for storing contacts], it struck me that I might just use properties and column mode. Dynamic fields and views, hotlinks, VC, text file... Thank you,

[Orgmode] org-agenda-diary-entry without date tree

2009-11-14 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi Carsten, The new org-agenda-diary-entry looks quite convenient. Would it be possible to add an option to bypass the date tree so as to add each new appointment as a simple first level heading? I prefer to keep my appointments organized by project and/or category and have no real use for the

[Orgmode] Re: latex export and beamer columns

2009-11-22 Thread Matt Lundin
Eric S Fraga ucec...@ucl.ac.uk writes: At Sat, 21 Nov 2009 14:34:18 +0100, Carsten Dominik wrote: Anything missing in Org that we should implement to support this better? Actually, going through the set of lectures I am currently preparing, I am finding that there is one thing missing

[Orgmode] Wrapped links with long descriptions

2009-11-22 Thread Matt Lundin
My apologies if an answer to this question is lurking somewhere on the mailing list. (I couldn't find one.) Links that wrap across multiple lines result in a No link found message when using org-open-at-point. E.g.,... --8---cut here---start-8---

[Orgmode] Re: Agenda: Column View and Filtering

2009-11-23 Thread Matt Lundin
Memnon Anon gegendosenflei...@googlemail.com writes: Hi! I am still working on making orgmode a more usefull tool for me :), how do you guys handle this problem: I schedule and reschedule tasks pretty often. (Thats why I, too, think a history of scheduling would be a nice addition to

[Orgmode] Column summaries no longer displayed in agenda

2009-11-23 Thread Matt Lundin
I recently attempted to view summaries of effort estimates in the agenda. When I invoke column view with C-c C-x C-c, however, there is no summary of the effort estimates or CLOCKSUM. Summaries do appear within an org file. Here are the relevant settings: --8---cut

[Orgmode] Re: Bug with time summary in column view?

2009-11-24 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi James, James TD Smith ahktenz...@mohorovi.cc writes: Hi Norbert, On 2009-11-24 16:56:27(-0400), Norbert Zeh wrote: I just tried the latest org-mode version 6.33f, and I've run into the following problem that is not there with version 6.32b but which I can also reproduce with version

[Orgmode] Re: How lecturers/professors manage weekly classes appts on org?

2009-11-25 Thread Matt Lundin
Daniel Martins daniel...@gmail.com writes: The question of time ranged notes on the agenda is quite important How lecturers/professors manage weekly classes appts on org? How to put some classes on a certain periods? How to skip holidays as eg remind package do?

[Orgmode] Boolean word/regexp search problem

2009-11-27 Thread Matt Lundin
The word/regexp agenda search to work with more than one word or regexp unless the first word or regexp is also preceded by a + or -. Take the following example. --8---cut here---start-8--- * Org-mode Org mode is a major mode for Emacs written by Carsten

[Orgmode] Re: Boolean word/regexp search problem

2009-11-27 Thread Matt Lundin
Hi Carsten, Matthew Lundin m...@imapmail.org writes: Matt Lundin m...@imapmail.org writes: The word/regexp agenda search to work with more than one word or regexp unless the first word or regexp is also preceded by a + or -. I've investigated this further and beg your permission to offer

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