Re: [Orgmode] tea-time?

2009-07-29 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Bastien, On 2009-07-26, Bastien bastiengue...@googlemail.com wrote: This thread started because it was claimed that tea-time was integrated into org. (Just for the record, this statement came from emacswiki, not from the list... it's hard to keep on eye on emacswiki for such statements!)

Re: [Orgmode] tea-time?

2009-07-29 Thread Samuel Wales
(Of course, your commit was long after the thread began, but it does show that number of minutes is different functionality.) ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Remember: use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org

Re: [Orgmode] tea-time?

2009-07-29 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Bastien, On 2009-07-29, Bastien bastiengue...@googlemail.com wrote: What is the output of (org-show-notification Bump!) ? The string. Perhaps appt can be added to the fallbacks? ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Remember: use `Reply All' to

Re: [Orgmode] tea-time?

2009-07-29 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Bastien, I did not realize that appt could not be used. On 2009-07-29, Bastien bastiengue...@googlemail.com wrote: Please provide more information on how you tried it. It works now. I pulled in the interim, but I don't know if that's the reason. I tried it twice, so I don't think I missed

Re: [Orgmode] Unhiding edited areas

2009-07-30 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Martin, On 2009-07-30, Martin Pohlack m...@os.inf.tu-dresden.de wrote: '(defadvice undo (after org-undo-reveal activate) Make point and context visible after an undo command in Org-mode. (and (org-mode-p) (org-reveal))) ;;(ad-unadvise 'undo) Awesome, this is exactly what I was looking

[Orgmode] id links and org-link-frame-setup

2009-07-30 Thread Samuel Wales
I almost always need a single window for everything except completion. In org, I have the following set to do this. (pushnew '(file . find-file) org-link-frame-setup :test #'equal) (add-hook 'remember-mode-hook 'delete-other-windows) ;;it might be nice to have a 'dedicated-buffer option (setf

Re: [Orgmode] Newbie Questions

2009-08-03 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Andrew, On 2009-07-09, Andrew M. Nuxoll nux...@up.edu wrote: 3. Once I set a deadline for a task, it'd be nice if the priority would increase as the deadline approached. Ideally the criteria for increasing the priority could be specified via a customizable formula. Does this

[Orgmode] test case for scheduled and deadline, with bug report

2009-08-03 Thread Samuel Wales
Here is the testcase input. The rest is exported to ascii for easier reading. *** 1 scheduled today and deadline safely outside warning DEADLINE: 2009-09-17 Thu SCHEDULED: 2009-08-03 Mon *** 2 scheduled earlier than today, deadline /safely outside warning/ DEADLINE: 2009-09-17 Thu

Re: [Orgmode] refile ideas

2009-08-03 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Carsten, On 2009-08-02, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: If you mark some headlines (for example you remember targets) with a tag like r, you could make yourself a restricted refile command like this: (defun my-org-restricted-refile () (interactive) (let

Re: [Orgmode] Comments in Org-mode

2009-08-03 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Carsten, On 2009-08-02, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: Yes. Running this command sets the variable comment-start, which then breaks automatic filling. I have never understood why, it would be nice to fix this problem, but I don't know how. It works for me. However, I

Re: [Orgmode] Narrow tSparse Trees layout

2009-08-04 Thread Samuel Wales
A possible workaround: (require 'scroll-lock) (define-key global-map [(control shift up)] 'scroll-lock-previous-line) (define-key global-map [(control shift down)] 'scroll-lock-next-line) (define-key global-map [(control shift right)] 'alpha-scroll-lock-next-char) (define-key global-map [(control

Re: [Orgmode] Org-mode release 6.29

2009-08-04 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Carsten, On 2009-08-04, Carsten Dominik domi...@uva.nl wrote: When archiving a task, the cursor now ends up on the next headline, so the repeated application of the archiving command will archive successive tasks. This is strange. My recollection is that something like this already

[Orgmode] Arrow + RET navigation in org

2009-08-07 Thread Samuel Wales
(Continuing from a previous thread about navigation to the top node.) Another option is this. The relevant part is alpha-org-up. The OP in the top node thread would use c-m-RET repeat. I use my own (arrow key + RET) navigation scheme. I do the same for Lisp using forward-sexp, forward-symbol,

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

2009-08-17 Thread Samuel Wales
A long shot: check the value of your after todo state change hook. -- Myalgic encephalomyelitis causes death (Jason et al. 2006) and severe suffering. Conflicts of interest are destroying research. What people know is wrong. Silence = death.

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

2009-08-17 Thread Samuel Wales
org-after-todo-state-change-hook is a variable defined in `org.el'. -- Myalgic encephalomyelitis causes death (Jason et al. 2006) and severe suffering. Conflicts of interest are destroying research. What people know is wrong. Silence = death.

Re: [Orgmode] Update breaks custom agenda commands

2009-08-17 Thread Samuel Wales
Occurs here. It seems related to setting variables in clauses. What is the best way to revert the commit? git revert in a local branch? Thanks. On 2009-08-16, Matt Lundin m...@imapmail.org wrote: Hi Carsten, The following commit causes an error when I call org-agenda: , | commit

Re: [Orgmode] org agenda search goes to wrong target location

2009-08-17 Thread Samuel Wales
On 2009-08-03, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: I would love to fix this problem, so I would be very grateful if anyone could come up with a testcase that is reproducible.1 Do others experience it? ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list

Re: [Orgmode] org agenda search goes to wrong target location

2009-08-18 Thread Samuel Wales
Another bug, probably unrelated, is that if the outline buffer is nonexistent and you RET on an agenda line, you get wrong type argument integer of marker p, nil. goto-char(nil) (let* ((marker ...) (buffer ...) (pos ...)) (switch-to-buffer buffer) (and delete-other-windows

[Orgmode] agenda cycling

2009-08-19 Thread Samuel Wales
In at least org-version 6.29trans, I find the behavior of org-agenda-cycle-show to be different from its docstring, and also different from what I would find most useful. The docstring says: Show the current entry in another window, with default settings. Default settings are

[Orgmode] Re: agenda cycling

2009-08-20 Thread Samuel Wales
A minor correction. On 2009-08-19, Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com wrote: 1) folded 2) only the first subtask shows, with no indication that there are any other subtasks 3) same as 2 This of course shows body text. But it is otherwise the same as 2

Re: [Orgmode] [PATCH] Add 2 customizations to org-annotation-helper: template-shortcut, auto-finalize-remember

2009-08-21 Thread Samuel Wales
Org is a perfect place to store annotations. It's good to see work on annotation things. Since people are using org-annotation-helper, org-protocol, org-mac-protocol, and fireforg, with org-registry, org-annotate-file, bookmarks, ipa.el, org-pua, and org-browser as possibly similar things, it's

Re: [Orgmode] Feature idea: Automatic clocking

2009-08-21 Thread Samuel Wales
If something like this were implemented, I would definitely try it, as a way to see where I am wasting effort etc. in the org hierarchy. I might even use it all the time, if it works. However, I would probably want it to apply to all headlines above a certain level, and measure all activity

[Orgmode] time profiling and other meta-analytic commands (was automatic clocking)

2009-08-23 Thread Samuel Wales
My idea, which might or might not meet the automatic clocking thread's OP's need, should be called time profiling to avoid confusion. The idea is to figure out where in the outline hierarchy you spend your time, in an approximate fashion, much like profiling code. This is done - without

[Orgmode] Will using org-tags-exclude-from-inheritance make org run slower?

2009-08-23 Thread Samuel Wales
Will using org-tags-exclude-from-inheritance make org run slower? Thanks. ___ 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

[Orgmode] Re: time profiling and other meta-analytic commands (was automatic clocking)

2009-08-24 Thread Samuel Wales
By the way, these are wild ideas, not feature requests. :) ___ 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

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

2009-08-25 Thread Samuel Wales
A different idea. Here are the problems with going l/r: 1) slow 2) you did it by mistake 3) you don't know where you are These can be fixed using the minibuffer. It looks like this if you use a 7 day agenda and press right arrow 3 times. Press RET to go 1 week ahead to the week

[Orgmode] Re: org agenda search goes to wrong target location

2009-08-25 Thread Samuel Wales
Still a huge problem. Noticed another, much less of a problem. I recently did RET on an id link and it went to the wrong location. I went back and did it again and it was OK. Related? Completely unrelated? Thanks. On 2009-07-23, Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com wrote: Very often, when I

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

2009-08-25 Thread Samuel Wales
On 2009-08-25, Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com wrote: These can be fixed using the minibuffer. It looks like this if you use a 7 day agenda and press right arrow 3 times. Press RET to go 1 week ahead to the week starting [2009-09-01 Tue] Press RET to go 3 weeks ahead to the week

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

2009-08-26 Thread Samuel Wales
Looks good. However, you might want to have cursor movement work, if the keys will not be functional, so that people can mark text (nobody mentioned that yet). Did you get a chance to look at my proposal for right and left arrow keys? -- Myalgic encephalomyelitis causes death (Jason et al.

Re: [Orgmode] latex wrap

2009-08-28 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Patrick, I use filladapt. I just tried your example and it works. It also works if you indent the comment lines to the same depth as the text. See the thread, Comments in org-mode and this: http://article.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/13312 Let us know if it doesn't work for you. --

Re: [Orgmode] Re: EDB and org?

2009-08-29 Thread Samuel Wales
I wonder if org could completely replace bbdb. ___ 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

[Orgmode] Re: RSI

2009-09-01 Thread Samuel Wales
Clarification. On 2009-09-01, Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com wrote: Ideally, the most important c-c and c-x operations would be on the lhs. That way, you can hold down ctrl and press the two keys. I mean c-c c-letter not c-c letter here. -- Myalgic encephalomyelitis causes death (Jason

Re: [Orgmode] Usability idea: color coding items with priorities in agenda

2009-09-01 Thread Samuel Wales
Try c-h v org-priority-faces. -- Myalgic encephalomyelitis causes death (Jason et al. 2006) and severe suffering. Conflicts of interest are destroying research. What people know is wrong. Silence = death. http://www.meactionuk.org.uk/What_Is_ME_What_Is_CFS.htm

Re: [Orgmode] Org-mode Makefile: make clean needed? make doc error?

2009-09-10 Thread Samuel Wales
Perhaps the makefile could use texi2html and emacs-w3m could display? Also, AFAIK, git pull does not return an exit status, so will always execute. One solution: head=`git rev-parse --verify HEAD` git pull git status newhead=`git

[Orgmode] Bug in subtree narrowing

2009-09-17 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Carsten, org-tree-to-indirect-buffer does not include the final newline. This causes sorting to run two lines together. For example, a headline can get joined to an :END: line. This can cause a task to not be recognized. Sorting makes a lot of changes, so some users will not notice the bug

[Orgmode] indirect buffer idea and proto-bug

2009-09-17 Thread Samuel Wales
I would find it useful if org-cycle-agenda-files included indirect buffers that pointed to agenda buffers. By the way, with (org) indirect buffers, emacs leaves lock files around even when all buffers are saved. I do not know what circumstances cause it. It does not happen all the time. Maybe

Re: [Orgmode] indirect buffer idea and proto-bug

2009-09-18 Thread Samuel Wales
This is for if you have forgotten that you have an indirect buffer. ___ 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

Re: [Orgmode] Bug in subtree narrowing

2009-09-18 Thread Samuel Wales
On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 23:22, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: Sorting makes a lot of changes, so some users will not notice the bug until much later. I do not understand what this has to do with narrowing to a subtree? Sorting obscures the bug. Are you suggesting that I

Re: [Orgmode] Org-mode version 6.30trans (release_6.30d.856.ga70c); Remember templates fail to file to tasks with a todo keyword

2009-09-18 Thread Samuel Wales
Confirmed. I actually reported this a while ago. In my case it was a blank that stopped working as a target when it got a todo kw. In addition to making remember templates ignore todo kw, IMO it would be useful to allow an org ID as a target. This would allow accurate target selection. --

[Orgmode] org-protocol integration with Read It Later Firefox extension

2009-09-21 Thread Samuel Wales
The Read It Later Firefox extension is for people who have too many tabs open at the same time. It looks unobtrusive and useful. It might or might not be useful to integrate it with org-protocol. There is a page for people who want to do so.

Re: [Orgmode] Re: subject lines

2009-09-28 Thread Samuel Wales
I think he's using a mail reader with a short header margin, and wants the significant words up front. I try to front-load subject headers for that reason. ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Remember: use `Reply All' to send replies to the list.

A simpler remember architecture (was: Re: [Orgmode] Re: is there a hook to save a remember buffer?)

2009-09-29 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Carsten, Here is an idea for a much simpler remember architecture that simultaneously solves Alan's problem. 1) To me also, a more complicated way to deal with remember buffers feels wrong. 2) If there is more than one thing you are working on, the power of the org hierarchy

Re: [Orgmode] gnowsys-mode a major mode extending org

2009-09-29 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Nagarjuna, On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 17:19, Nagarjuna G. nagar...@gnu.org wrote:  We can do networking between items making frame based orgmode items  linked with any other items in any which way by explicitly naming  the relations.  This feature makes orgmode ready for semantic  web. We

Re: [Orgmode] gnowsys-mode a major mode extending org

2009-09-29 Thread Samuel Wales
By something similar I just mean personal org stuff -- not the semantic web. If org entries are sufficient for your nodes, then you probably don't need ID markers. I am curious to see where you go with your project. ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list

Re: [Orgmode] gnowsys-mode a major mode extending org

2009-09-30 Thread Samuel Wales
On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 21:49, Nagarjuna G. nagar...@gnowledge.org wrote: Isn't adding an ID marker same as creating node with properties.  It No. In this case Node = graph theory and Entry = org headline. ID markers turn non-entries into nodes. Never mind; it was just something i thought you

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Archived Subtrees Marked DONE

2009-10-01 Thread Samuel Wales
org-archive-mark-done -- Myalgic encephalomyelitis causes death (Jason et al. 2006) and severe suffering. Conflicts of interest are destroying research. What people know is wrong. Silence = death. http://www.meactionuk.org.uk/What_Is_ME_What_Is_CFS.htm

[Orgmode] indentation cycling

2009-10-07 Thread Samuel Wales
Here are two ideas for cycling indentation in body text. I often find myself doing TAB in the expectation that it will execute them. I wonder if others also do that. These operations affect only the current line.[1] 1. I always indent the plain list top level to column 2 like this. - top

[Orgmode] Re: indentation cycling

2009-10-08 Thread Samuel Wales
I had had this idea around for a while, and did not do my customary check before posting. There is one conflict with org-cycle that I did not mention. org-cycle seems, at least for me, to do indent-relative-maybe, perhaps as part of org-indent-line-function. This is useful for, for example,

Re: [Orgmode] Searching inside of attachments (pdf, odt)?

2009-10-13 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi, My idea is to keep it simple at first. Everybody will come up with great ways to integrate with his favorite IR tool. Here I want to focus on the org interface. The org interface can be the same as any other agenda search, with all the same controls. The back end can use special-purpose

[Orgmode] getting Firefox tabs into org on a mac

2009-10-19 Thread Samuel Wales
I have a huge number of Firefox tabs that I want to get into org. Figuring out how has gotten complicated, despite good documentation out there. I want simply title and url for each tab. Maybe like this: * Firefox tabs * Public Git Hosting - Worg.git/summary

Re: [Orgmode] agenda flag in mode-line?

2009-10-19 Thread Samuel Wales
I take a different approach. If a file ends in --a.org, it is automatically put in the agenda. Else not. The name of the file shows whether it is in the agenda or not. On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 20:30, Eraldo Helal era...@eraldo.at wrote: Sometimes I am not sure if the current buffer has been

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Added support for habit tracking

2009-10-20 Thread Samuel Wales
On Tue, Oct 20, 2009 at 09:48, John Wiegley jwieg...@gmail.com wrote: I agree with you here, and think that a more comprehensive SCHEDULED syntax might be just the fix.  I'll look into this.  Perhaps using a syntax like !+2/2. I wonder if we can switch to something a little more like

Re: [Orgmode] getting Firefox tabs into org on a mac

2009-10-20 Thread Samuel Wales
Thanks, James. -- Q: How many CDC scientists does it take to screw in a lightbulb? A: You only think it's dark. -- CDC has DENIED CFS since the 1980s == Retrovirus: http://www.wpinstitute.org/xmrv/xmrv_qa.html

Re: [Orgmode] getting Firefox tabs into org on a mac

2009-10-23 Thread Samuel Wales
Burtzlaff and...@gmx.net wrote: On Tue, 20 Oct 2009 10:12:42 +0200 Andreas Burtzlaff and...@gmx.net wrote: On Mon, 19 Oct 2009 20:40:54 -0700 Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com wrote: I have a huge number of Firefox tabs that I want to get into org.  Figuring out how has gotten complicated

Re: [Orgmode] getting Firefox tabs into org on a mac

2009-10-23 Thread Samuel Wales
, they didn't get run. Here are new error messages. error in process filter: org-protocol-unhex-compound: Invalid character: 8211, #o20023, #x2013 error in process filter: Invalid character: 8211, #o20023, #x2013 On 2009-10-23, Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Andreas, On Tue, Oct 20

Re: [Orgmode] [patch] window/frame options for code edit buffers

2009-10-25 Thread Samuel Wales
Dan, Please see two threads on the mailing list, both started by me, entitled id links and org-link-frame-setup and pop-up-windows. On 2009-10-25, Dan Davison davi...@stats.ox.ac.uk wrote: Alternatively, an idea for the future would be to introduce a variable that specifies frame/window

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Search in the archive file by date

2009-10-27 Thread Samuel Wales
The feature of including inactive timestamps is interesting. For some reason, it is bound to org-agenda-manipulate-query-subtract, in a recent org. On 2009-10-27, Benjamin Andresen bandre...@gmail.com wrote: Hey Marcelo, Marcelo de Moraes Serpa celose...@gmail.com writes: Hello, When

[Orgmode] Re: Search in the archive file by date

2009-10-27 Thread Samuel Wales
On 2009-10-27, Bernt Hansen be...@norang.ca wrote: That's the correct function IIRC. [ and ] map to -add and -subtract respectively. It works fine here to display inactive timestamps on the agenda. The docstring in release_6.32.4.ge47b refers to the function described by its name. -- Q:

Re: [Orgmode] Exporting blocks without removing indentation

2009-10-28 Thread Samuel Wales
It's probably too late to suggest this, but it might be that long options are more easy to remember for users than short options? Also, they might be easier to look up in the manual if you use a non-Emacs browser. On 2009-10-28, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Dan, maybe

Re: [Orgmode] Making TAB a touch more magical

2009-11-02 Thread Samuel Wales
On 2009-11-02, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: Then, TAB could even walk you through a number of indentations, like child, and then parent, grandparent,..., all the way to top level, and then back to the initial level. I proposed something similar recently, with some detail.

Re: [Orgmode] Best way to implement Keywords feature

2009-11-05 Thread Samuel Wales
Don't know what you are referring to exactly, but if it is like the following, there are several ideas. * computer * apple * garden * apple The problem is that there will be two apples in the agenda. One such solution is to use header-line-format to display olpath. -- Q: How many

Re: [Orgmode] Best way to implement Keywords feature

2009-11-05 Thread Samuel Wales
We are talking about different things. Your thread, so I will bow out. For your topic, I just add words. Then I use m-x org-agenda s. -- Q: How many CDC scientists does it take to change a lightbulb? A: You only think it's dark. [CDC has denied ME/CFS for 25 years]

Re: [Orgmode] Exporting drawers

2009-11-11 Thread Samuel Wales
Off-topic, but: On 2009-11-11, Uwe Jochum uwe.joc...@kabelbw.de wrote: I found the idea of maintaining a contacts list in orgmode intriguing and went on to import my old data from kde-kontact into orgmode, using drawers as the appropriate tool to store the information, like so: * Musterfrau,

[Orgmode] todo state change blocking blocks change to blank

2009-11-11 Thread Samuel Wales
I find that changing a task from a todoish state to blank causes blocking to occur. I normally want all todo state changes except those to doneish states to be non-blocked. I think the issue might be that blank is special-cased, as if it were a doneish state. I would prefer blank to be a

[Orgmode] org-cycle does not work with scroll-margin

2009-11-11 Thread Samuel Wales
I found a bug where org-cycle exhibits bad behavior. Point ends up inside the unexpanded subtree. It happens when scroll-margin is set to 2. Thanks. Emacs : GNU Emacs 22.2.1 (powerpc-apple-darwin8.11.0, Carbon Version 1.6.0) of 2008-04-05 on g5.tokyo.stp.isas.jaxa.jp Package: Org-mode

[Orgmode] feature request: show context in agenda

2009-11-11 Thread Samuel Wales
In the agenda, it is difficult to find where you are in the hierarchy. I find that I have to switch to the outline, then scroll up, if I want to know what the parent headline is, or any ancestor. Others have proposed showing the parent headline, but that could clutter the agenda and will not

[Orgmode] Has filling behavior been changed recently in org?

2009-11-12 Thread Samuel Wales
For some reason, I can fill a commented paragraph in emacs lisp mode, text mode, and fundamental mode, but not in org mode. It does nothing. fill-column is my normal 60. I cannot debug it. Did something change recently? I use filladapt. Thanks. -- Q: How many CDC scientists does it take to

Re: [Orgmode] Has filling behavior been changed recently in org?

2009-11-12 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Sebastian, On 2009-11-12, Sebastian Rose sebastian_r...@gmx.de wrote: Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com writes: For some reason, I can fill a commented paragraph in emacs lisp mode, text mode, and fundamental mode, but not in org mode. It does nothing. fill-column is my normal 60. I

Re: [Orgmode] Has filling behavior been changed recently in org?

2009-11-12 Thread Samuel Wales
On 2009-11-12, Sebastian Rose sebastian_r...@gmx.de wrote: Well, I believe the problem is, that we have no simple defined comment start in Org-mode. I should have realized that was possibly the problem before posting. I thought I solved that a long time ago. But I was not able to debug today.

[Orgmode] bug report subject format

2009-11-12 Thread Samuel Wales
Has thought been given to changing the subject header for bug reporting? All I ever see with the current style is this. [Orgmode] Org-mode version 6.32trans So I have to click to find out what it is about. This is current. [Orgmode] Org-mode version 6.32trans (release_6.32b.147.g97e21);

Re: [Orgmode] bug report subject format

2009-11-13 Thread Samuel Wales
Thanks! On 2009-11-13, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Samuel, I have fixed this now. - Carsten -- Q: How many CDC scientists does it take to change a lightbulb? A: You only think it's dark. [CDC has denied ME/CFS for 25 years]

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Feature request: Periodic events based on count of specific weekdays

2009-11-20 Thread Samuel Wales
On 2009-11-20, Ben Finney ben+em...@benfinney.id.au wrote: I'm happy to discuss different specifications; the latest one I proposed was for discussion, and I'm not wedded to it. Is there a different syntax that would make parsing easier, while still adding the feature I've described? If this

Re: [Orgmode] Again on bookmarks

2009-11-25 Thread Samuel Wales
On 2009-11-25, andrea andrea.crott...@gmail.com wrote: I suggest we could create a bookmark entry in the agenda which creates a big buffer with all the links, maybe filtering the links in local files or other non interesting things. That can be done with existing features, IIUC. I don't know

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Again on bookmarks

2009-11-26 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Thierry, On 2009-11-26, Thierry Volpiatto thierry.volpia...@gmail.com wrote: See BookmarkExtension: http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/emacs/BookmarkExtension It support now nearly all: emacs-w3m bookmarks, Firefox bookmarks, Delicious bookmarks, Gnus bookmarks, Man pages etc... The

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Again on bookmarks

2009-11-26 Thread Samuel Wales
On 2009-11-26, Thierry Volpiatto thierry.volpia...@gmail.com wrote: reimport back to org without losing the annotations (new browser tabs (web pages) that org does not know about yet end up in a special place in the org hierarchy while existing ones sync with existing headlines). You can

[Orgmode] Bug: lowercase todo kw

2009-12-14 Thread Samuel Wales
I found three places where the lowercase version of a todo kw is treated specially in the latest org. For example, * todo this is lowercase First, in the agenda, they have a special face. Second, when inserting an id link, they are removed. Third, when printing the olpath, they are removed.

Re: [Orgmode] RFC: Syntax for page numbers in file: links?

2010-01-03 Thread Samuel Wales
If you need the syntax to be more general, take a look at extensible syntax on this list. -- Q: How many CDC scientists does it take to change a lightbulb? A: You only think it's dark. [CDC has denied ME/CFS for 25 years] =

Re: [Orgmode] no syntax defined for comments

2010-01-12 Thread Samuel Wales
Search this list for filladapt. On 2010-01-12, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: On Jan 12, 2010, at 5:05 PM, andrea wrote: I sometimes want to write comments in my org-mode files, but the handy function *comment-region* doesn't work, no syntax defined for.. Then I can

[Orgmode] org-entry-get bugs etc.

2010-01-13 Thread Samuel Wales
I ran into a bug in which org-entry-get returns the wrong value. It brought up some other points. 1) org-entry-get of TODO returns the wrong value when there is a lower case version of a todo kw on a headline. Example: * neowhen I have NEOWHEN as a todo kw. What it

Re: [Orgmode] [PATCH] org-narrow-to-subtree: prevent prepending text to the next headline while narrowed

2010-01-22 Thread Samuel Wales
I'm not so sure about this patch. Are you sure this will work with sorting headlines? Swallowed headlines occur if end of narrowed region is at eol. What about other operations, including user-written commands? Can we be sure that they will not to swallowed headlines? IMO the behavior

Re: [Orgmode] [PATCH] org-narrow-to-subtree: prevent prepending text to the next headline while narrowed

2010-02-01 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Carsten, On 2010-02-01, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Samuel, this remains a contriversial issue. However, since I made the change, I have not received any concrete reports of problems - so I guess it is working pretty well the way it is now. Case closed - until

[Orgmode] bug: can't clock out

2010-02-05 Thread Samuel Wales
For a few weeks or so, most of the time when I clock out, I get an error. Cannot narrow it down further. (setf org-clock-modeline-total 'today) (setq org-clock-into-drawer t) Clock in. Wait a few hours, doing stuff in org in the meantime. signal(error (Clock start time is gone))

Re: [Orgmode] From comments in code to org-mode

2010-02-05 Thread Samuel Wales
Ideally we could put tasks in comments, but there are regexps that need refactoring. On 2010-01-16, andrea andrea.crott...@gmail.com wrote: I had an idea which would be really nice if I'm able to implement it. I write very often in code comments like // FIXME: infinite loop for example, now

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Integrating ctags org mode (patch)

2010-02-05 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Paul, I think I haven't been following this closely enough, because I don't understand why an external program is necessary for targets. Can you just have a variable to hold the files that need searching? Then use the existing org ID mechanism. The targets would hold org IDs. I realize it

Re: [Orgmode] performance problems with drawers

2010-02-05 Thread Samuel Wales
On 2009-08-02, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: P.S. Unfortunatey, I cannot fix the performance issues regarding vertical cursor motion, this is in the guts of Emacs. `C-c C-f' and `C-c C-b' do help a bit... It is funny that outline-previous-visible-heading is faster than

Re: [Orgmode] bug: can't clock out

2010-02-06 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Carsten, On 2010-02-06, Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: are you possibly doing extensive structure editing like sorting in the tree where the clock is running? Very possibly, but I can't confirm that I do it every time the bug happens. I have the clock in a leaf node.

[Orgmode] id links changed?

2010-02-06 Thread Samuel Wales
org-store-link used to store an org-id link. I think this required org-id.el to be loaded. Now it does not. Maybe I changed something? I approve of loading files not having side effects :), but how do I enable the storing of an id link again? Thanks. -- Q: How many CDC scientists does it

Re: [Orgmode] id links changed?

2010-02-11 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Carsten, Works now. Thanks. Samuel -- Q: How many CDC scientists does it take to change a lightbulb? A: You only think it's dark. [CDC has denied ME/CFS for 25 years] == Retrovirus: http://www.wpinstitute.org/xmrv/index.html ___

Re: [Orgmode] Programmers, use org to write your doc strings...

2010-03-02 Thread Samuel Wales
Great idea. I have wanted org in emacs-lisp-mode but was stymied by the difficulty of getting org to understand semicolons. It what ways is this an improvement over orgtbl and orgstruct*? Ideally we could put headlines in there also and have them searchable in org :). On 2010-03-02, Paul

Re: [Orgmode] [PATCH 2/2] Fix adaptive filling.

2010-03-03 Thread Samuel Wales
How will the new value of a non-org variable affect filladapt.el? On 2010-03-01, Dan Hackney d...@haxney.org wrote: For paragraph text, `org-adaptive-fill-function' did not handle the base case of regular text which needed to be filled. This commit saves a buffer-local value of

Re: [Orgmode] Re: [PATCH 2/2] Fix adaptive filling.

2010-03-11 Thread Samuel Wales
Unable to test it now. On 2010-03-11, Austin Frank austin.fr...@gmail.com wrote: On Thu, Mar 11 2010, Carsten Dominik wrote: Hi everyone, I know that a few people have been using this patch. How has it been working? Brilliant. When composing messages in mml-mode with orgstruct++-mode

[Orgmode] many an agenda keyword search improvement

2010-03-13 Thread Samuel Wales
Here are agenda suggestions for org keyword searches that I have been collecting. All of them would be very useful (to me). Is it better to use separate emails? 1. Colorize headlines as in the outline. When I search for forums in org using M-x org-agenda-dispatch s, I get an agenda that does

[Orgmode] Re: many an agenda keyword search improvement

2010-03-13 Thread Samuel Wales
On 2010-03-13, Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com wrote: 7. Search within results. The / command is useful for searching for tags within results (including body text) without having to incur the overhead of an entire agenda search again. Correction: remove the including body text part

[Orgmode] faster refile history

2010-03-15 Thread Samuel Wales
I use ido refile. I have restricted refile for speed, which uses a tag. It is still slow, but somewhat faster than a less restricted refile. I have a less-restricted refile for getting more headlines. It is ridiculously slow. But there is a subtle problem with refile history. 1) I do

[O] bug: org-mouse broken

2011-08-18 Thread Samuel Wales
mouse-1 on stars says no link sometimes instead of cycling. Maybe it is a regexp issue. git bisect: 628ebf04f74afa8694945386c507bde06c3aac9e is the first bad commit commit 628ebf04f74afa8694945386c507bde06c3aac9e Author: Nicolas Goaziou n.goaz...@gmail.com Date: Mon Jul 25 17:50:28 2011 +0200

Re: [O] bug: org-mouse broken

2011-08-19 Thread Samuel Wales
On headlines without todo kw, tries to follow link. Should cycle. On 2011-08-18, Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com wrote: mouse-1 on stars says no link sometimes instead of cycling. Maybe it is a regexp issue. git bisect: 628ebf04f74afa8694945386c507bde06c3aac9e is the first bad commit

[O] Dimming ancestors in the agenda (relevant to indenting nested TODOs in agenda views)

2011-08-23 Thread Samuel Wales
Here is a different solution. It is from my notes from long ago. To me, one issue with indenting is that you expect the previous line to be a direct parent, analogously with the outline. This conflicts with sorting and non-child descendents. If you sort, you can't take advantage of the feature

Re: [O] Dimming ancestors in the agenda (relevant to indenting nested TODOs in agenda views)

2011-09-10 Thread Samuel Wales
Eric, I'm starting with the easiest use-case: attaching a level text property to each TODO. I'm trying to do this for TODOs produced by This might or might not solve all your needs, but one option for finding ancestors is to simply grab the olpath for each agenda line. Then you can compare

Re: [O] bug: org-mouse broken

2011-09-20 Thread Samuel Wales
Org-mouse still broken. I wonder if it would be safe to revert this patch, or perhaps it's a bug in org-mouse. On 2011-08-18, Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com wrote: git bisect: 628ebf04f74afa8694945386c507bde06c3aac9e is the first bad commit commit 628ebf04f74afa8694945386c507bde06c3aac9e

Re: [O] bug: org-mouse broken

2011-09-20 Thread Samuel Wales
To reproduce load org-mouse and mouse-1 in the stars: *** will say no links instead of cycle click in the stars * more no links instead of cycle more * more with links will do menu instead of cycle http://google.com/whatever http://google.com * more

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