Re: org-timer-set-timer from any buffer

2020-02-11 Thread Kyle Meyer
Bastien writes: > Kyle Meyer writes: > >> Ian already addressed it with the patch at >> , >> which was applied as 044e9718c (org-timer.el: Allow org-timer-set-timer >> from non-Org buffers, 2019-11-16). > > Thanks! I

Re: org-timer-set-timer from any buffer

2020-02-11 Thread Bastien
Hi Kyle, Kyle Meyer writes: > Ian already addressed it with the patch at > , > which was applied as 044e9718c (org-timer.el: Allow org-timer-set-timer > from non-Org buffers, 2019-11-16). Thanks! I didn't read the whole

Re: org-timer-set-timer from any buffer

2020-02-11 Thread Kyle Meyer
Hi Bastien, Bastien writes: > Hi Ian, > > ian martins writes: > >> Is it intentional that org-timer start, stop, and pause-or-continue >> all work from any buffer, but org-timer-set-timer only works from an >> org buffer? > > I don't know if this is intentional. > > Is there a problem here?

Re: org-timer-set-timer from any buffer

2020-02-11 Thread Bastien
Hi Ian, ian martins writes: > Is it intentional that org-timer start, stop, and pause-or-continue > all work from any buffer, but org-timer-set-timer only works from an > org buffer? I don't know if this is intentional. Is there a problem here? If so, how can we fix it? Thanks, --

Re: org-timer-set-timer from any buffer

2019-11-05 Thread Marco Wahl
ian martins writes: > Is it intentional that org-timer start, stop, and pause-or-continue all > work from any buffer, but org-timer-set-timer only works from an org buffer? I bet $1 that this is unintentional. If it was intentional this should have been documented, I think. Possibly you are