Dale P. Smith | 3 May 21:55 2006

[bug #5882] Calendar arrow buttons not rendering properly


URL:
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                 Summary: Calendar arrow buttons not rendering properly
                 Project: Planner.el and related modules
            Submitted by: dsmith
            Submitted on: Wednesday 05/03/2006 at 15:55
                Category: None
                Priority: 1 - Later
                Severity: 2 - Minor
                  Status: None
                 Privacy: Public
             Assigned to: None
        Originator Email: 
             Open/Closed: Open

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Details:

The default arrow buttons are rendered as "&amp;laquo;" and "&amp;raquo;"
instead of "&laquo;" and "&raquo;"

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anonymous | 6 May 02:53 2006

[bug #5899] muse-follow-name-at-mouse breaks mouse-yank-at-point


URL:
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                 Summary: muse-follow-name-at-mouse breaks
mouse-yank-at-point
                 Project: The Emacs Muse
            Submitted by: None
            Submitted on: Saturday 05/06/2006 at 02:53 CEST
                Category: muse
                Priority: 5 - Normal
                Severity: 3 - Normal
                  Status: None
                 Privacy: Public
             Assigned to: None
        Originator Email: friedel <at> nomaden.org
             Open/Closed: Open

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Details:

I'm using muse-3.02.6b with GNU Emacs 22.0.51.1 (i686-pc-linux-gnu, X
toolkit, multi-tty) of 2006-04-27.

Reproduce:
* (setq mouse-yank-at-point t)
* switch to muse-mode buffer
* press mouse-2 somewhere other than the current point

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anonymous | 6 May 02:57 2006

[bug #5899] muse-follow-name-at-mouse breaks mouse-yank-at-point


Follow-up Comment #1, bug #5899 (project muse-el):

Uhm... gna tells me the originator email was not valid... well
friedel <at> nomaden.org is my email address, so please add me to the cc... Yes,
anyone could claim that, so just send me one mail to verify, ok?

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Michael Olson | 8 May 09:30 2006
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[commit][muse--main--1.0] muse-latex: Make images look better.

Revision: muse--main--1.0--patch-119
Archive: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006
Creator: Michael Olson <mwolson <at> gnu.org>
Date: Mon May  8 03:29:42 EDT 2006
Standard-date: 2006-05-08 07:29:42 GMT
Modified-files: ChangeLog.2006 lisp/muse-latex.el
New-patches: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006/muse--main--1.0--patch-119
Summary: muse-latex: Make images look better.
Keywords: 

* lisp/muse-latex.el (muse-latex-markup-strings): Make width of images to
  be 75% the width of the page, which looks better.  Enclose images in
  figures, and center them.
Michael Olson | 8 May 09:34 2006
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[commit][muse--main--1.0] Fix buggy behavior in muse-browse-result.

Revision: muse--main--1.0--patch-120
Archive: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006
Creator: Michael Olson <mwolson <at> gnu.org>
Date: Mon May  8 03:34:41 EDT 2006
Standard-date: 2006-05-08 07:34:41 GMT
Modified-files: ChangeLog.2006 lisp/muse-mode.el
    lisp/muse-publish.el
New-patches: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006/muse--main--1.0--patch-120
Summary: Fix buggy behavior in muse-browse-result.
Keywords: 

* lisp/muse-mode.el (muse-browse-result): Construct a mapping of style
  names to styles, based on the styles contained in the current Muse
  project.  Thanks to kid kid for the analysis.

* lisp/muse-publish.el (muse-publish-get-style): Permit styles to be
  specified as an argument.
Michael Olson | 8 May 10:53 2006
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[commit][muse--main--1.0] Update keystrokes used in muse-mode, as well as docs.

Revision: muse--main--1.0--patch-121
Archive: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006
Creator: Michael Olson <mwolson <at> gnu.org>
Date: Mon May  8 04:53:03 EDT 2006
Standard-date: 2006-05-08 08:53:03 GMT
Modified-files: ChangeLog.2006 lisp/muse-mode.el muse.texi
New-patches: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006/muse--main--1.0--patch-121
Summary: Update keystrokes used in muse-mode, as well as docs.
Keywords: 

* lisp/muse-mode.el (muse-insert-map): New variable that defines the
  keymap to use when the user wants to insert something into the current
  buffer using `C-c i'.
  (muse-mode-map): Sort keys somewhat.  Remove binding of `C-c C-v' to
  muse-follow-name-at-point, since this is already used for
  muse-browse-result.  Call `muse-insert-thing' on `C-c i', which will
  prompt for the thing to insert.
  (muse-insert-thing): New function that prompts the user for something
  to insert into the current buffer.  It tries to be as friendly as
  possible by catching possible errors with the message "Not inserting
  anything".
  (muse-mode-completions): Rename from `muse-completions', since this is
  what we use in `muse-mode'.
  (muse-mode-current-word): Similarly.  These don't seem to work
  correctly, for unknown reasons.

* muse.texi (Keystroke Summary): Update to include all keystrokes that we
  utilize.
Michael Olson | 9 May 01:31 2006
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[commit][muse--main--1.0] muse.texi: Change subsections to subheadings.

Revision: muse--main--1.0--patch-122
Archive: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006
Creator: Michael Olson <mwolson <at> gnu.org>
Date: Mon May  8 19:30:58 EDT 2006
Standard-date: 2006-05-08 23:30:58 GMT
Modified-files: ChangeLog.2006 Makefile.defs
    debian/changelog muse.texi
New-patches: john <at> wjsullivan.net--2006/muse--johnsu01--0--patch-2
    john <at> wjsullivan.net--2006/muse--johnsu01--0--patch-3
    john <at> wjsullivan.net--2006/muse--johnsu01--0--patch-4
    mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006/muse--main--1.0--patch-122
Summary: muse.texi: Change subsections to subheadings.
Keywords: 

(Author: John Sullivan <john <at> wjsullivan.net>)

* muse.texi: Change  <at> subsection and  <at> strong to  <at> subheading throughout
  document.
Michael Olson | 9 May 01:43 2006
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[commit][muse--main--1.0] muse.texi: Change use of <at> subsubheading to <at> subheading.

Revision: muse--main--1.0--patch-123
Archive: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006
Creator: Michael Olson <mwolson <at> gnu.org>
Date: Mon May  8 19:42:42 EDT 2006
Standard-date: 2006-05-08 23:42:42 GMT
Modified-files: ChangeLog.2006 muse.texi
New-patches: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006/muse--main--1.0--patch-123
Summary: muse.texi: Change use of  <at> subsubheading to  <at> subheading.
Keywords: 

* muse.texi: Change use of  <at> subsubheading to  <at> subheading throughout
  document.
Michael Olson | 9 May 02:30 2006
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[commit][planner--main--1.0] planner-el.texi: Update location of schedule.el.

Revision: planner--main--1.0--patch-41
Archive: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006
Creator: Michael Olson <mwolson <at> gnu.org>
Date: Mon May  8 20:30:01 EDT 2006
Standard-date: 2006-05-09 00:30:01 GMT
Modified-files: ChangeLog.2006 Makefile.defs
    debian/changelog planner-el.texi
New-patches: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006/planner--main--1.0--patch-41
Summary: planner-el.texi: Update location of schedule.el.
Keywords: 

* ChangeLog.2006: Update.

* planner-el.texi (Timeclock): Note that timeclock.el comes with GNU
  Emacs, and direct XEmacs users to use the version that comes with
  Planner in the contrib directory.
  (schedule.el): Use correct URL and note that this comes with Planner.
  Thanks to Adrian Aichner for the report.
Michael Olson | 9 May 02:55 2006
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[commit][muse--main--1.0] Fix a couple of beginning-of-buffer errors.

Revision: muse--main--1.0--patch-124
Archive: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006
Creator: Michael Olson <mwolson <at> gnu.org>
Date: Mon May  8 20:55:02 EDT 2006
Standard-date: 2006-05-09 00:55:02 GMT
Modified-files: ChangeLog.2006 lisp/muse-mode.el
New-patches: mwolson <at> gnu.org--2006/muse--main--1.0--patch-124
Summary: Fix a couple of beginning-of-buffer errors.
Keywords: 

* muse-mode.el (muse-mode-flyspell-p, muse-link-at-point): Make sure we
  don't throw an error if at the beginning of the buffer.  Thanks to John
  Sullivan for the report.

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