Patrick Drechsler | 1 Jul 01:35 2007
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inserting (optional) timestamp with manually inserted `CLOCK: =>'

Hi,

inserting a `CLOCK: => 2:30' manually works fine: Cool feature.

How do I insert something like the above with the attribute "Jan 2007"
so that following org-tables notice it when being updated?

Cheers,

Patrick 
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Leo | 1 Jul 02:24 2007
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Re: IDEA: Export LaTeX

On 05/06/2007, Bastien wrote:
>>> Would it qualify as an IDEA for implementation to add LaTeX as an
>>> export format?
>>
>> Even though this is a frequent request, LaTeX export of entire
>> org-mode documents has not yet been realized.
>
> I've been working on it last week.  It's quite rudimentary for now but
> still functionnal.  I'm debugging it and making it "readable" and i'll
> announce it on this list next week.

News?

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Carsten Dominik | 2 Jul 07:33 2007
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Re: fill in *Org Note* buffer

On Jun 30, 2007, at 9:43, Maxim Loginov wrote:

> hi again :-)
>
> how to set auto-fill-mode with fill-column or fill-paragraph-function
> locally for the *Org Note* buffer in a proper way? this buffer appears
> when the state for a task is changed (let's say TODO-DONE) and allow
> to make notes (really useful!). this note can be quite long and it
> will look better on the page if the text is filled with 45 column. so
> how to do it automatically or with M-q (fill-paragraph)?

The Note buffer is in org-mode, it therefore runs org-mode-hook,
outline-mode-hook, and text-mode-hook.  You can do the following
in any of the three hooks:

(add-hook 'org-mode-hook
     (lambda ()
       (when (equal (buffer-name) "*Org Note*")
         (turn-on-auto-fill)
         (setq fill-column 45))))

- Carsten
Carsten Dominik | 2 Jul 07:33 2007
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Re: inserting (optional) timestamp with manually inserted `CLOCK: =>'


On Jul 1, 2007, at 1:35, Patrick Drechsler wrote:

> Hi,
>
> inserting a `CLOCK: => 2:30' manually works fine: Cool feature.
>
> How do I insert something like the above with the attribute "Jan 2007"
> so that following org-tables notice it when being updated?

You cannot.  Just clock in and out of the item with

C-c C-x C-i  C-c C-x C-o

and then adjust the time stamps to be in the correct month
and to have the right time difference.

- Carsten
Carsten Dominik | 2 Jul 07:33 2007
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Re: Agenda error

Hi Rick,

this remains a hard error to catch.

 From the backtrace, it seems that this happens in one of the
diary functions.  I guess you do `org-agenda-include-diary'?
Do you have a "~/diary" file at the computer where this happens?
If you just start the calendar with M-x calendar, and then
press "d" to display the diary, does this work flawlessly?
How about when you do

(add-hook 'diary-display-hook 'fancy-diary-display)

Does this work without problems?

Thanks.

- Carsten

On Jun 30, 2007, at 19:56, Rick Moynihan wrote:

> Hi Carsten,
>
> Sorry for not getting this backtrace to you sooner.
>
> Thanks again,
>
> R.
>
> On 20/06/07, Carsten Dominik <dominik <at> science.uva.nl> wrote:
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Carsten Dominik | 2 Jul 07:34 2007
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Re: timeline questions (feature request?)


On Jun 29, 2007, at 7:52, Maxim Loginov wrote:

> hi all!
>
> 1. is that possible to do a timeline agenda view for selected or all
> agenda-files?  so you can see how your project are overlapped in time,
> this might help to plan your timetable more naturally.

This has come up before

http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/1563

with the conclusion that you can use the daily/weekly agenda for this
purpose.  The next version of org-mode will make it easier to get
a monthly or even yearly view - even though it will be slower than
the timeline to create, I guess it would serve the purpose you describe.

> 2. usually I put inactive timestamps everywhere (created todo items,
> todo state changes, remarks on progress), this is kind of logging my
> activity. during review I'd like to see and analyze my activity during
> the day, week etc. the question is: is it possible to create agenda
> view with inactive timestamps, similarly to that with active those? it
> would be very helpful.

THis is not very hard to implement - but I wonder if anyone
except would find this useful.  Votes?

- Carsten
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Carsten Dominik | 2 Jul 11:47 2007
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Re: bug report: global tags completion in agenda

This is fixed now, thanks.

- Carsten

On Jun 27, 2007, at 16:13, Maxim Loginov wrote:

> hi all
>
> from info:
> `C-c a m'
>      Create a global list of tag matches from all agenda files.
>
> I expect that global list of tags to be created and prompted for
> completion.  but when try to complete tags in prompt "Match:" only
> tags from org-file, where tags were recently edited in any way, are
> prompted, not a global list from all agenda-files as expected.  the
> most wondering thing is that tag list is prompted not even from last
> edited file, but from file where tags were somehow touched (edited,
> realigned or similar). if you simply edit file without touching tags,
> the tag set is not changed. basically, if you just run emacs without
> any tag editing/aligning/whatever, you'll see empty completion list.
>
> I'm using emacs-22.1 and org-mode-4.79
>
> best
> Maxim Loginov
>
>
>
> _______________________________________________
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Carsten Dominik | 2 Jul 12:02 2007
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Re: feature request: tags in remember template

This is now implemented, thank you for the idea.

- Carsten

On Jun 26, 2007, at 7:27, Maxim Loginov wrote:

> hi all
>
> It would be nice to have a special `%'-escape for tags in remember 
> templates,
> %g for example. so one may use completion for tags when creating a note
> (now I do it by hands and sometimes have a mistypings). a global list 
> of tags
> from agenda-files should be created for such completion
>
> thanks
> Maxim Loginov
>
>
>
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Carsten Dominik | 2 Jul 12:36 2007
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Re: The icalender export does not appear to support the new time ranges feature

Fixed, thanks.

- Carsten

On Jun 23, 2007, at 12:12, Vagn Johansen wrote:

>
> The icalender export does not appear to support the new time ranges
> feature.
>
> When I export the following to ics via "C-C C-e i"
>
>   ** TODO time range test2 SCHEDULED: <2007-06-30 Sat 16:00-20:00>
>
> I get
>
>   ...
>   DTSTART:20070630T160000
>   DTEND:20070630T180000
>   ..
>
> The range becomes 16-18 becomes org-ical-ts-to-string is hardcoded to
> add 2 hours:
>
>
> (defun org-ical-ts-to-string (s keyword &optional inc)
>   "Take a time string S and convert it to iCalendar format.
> KEYWORD is added in front, to make a complete line like DTSTART....
> When INC is non-nil, increase the hour by two (if time string contains
> a time), or the day by one (if it does not contain a time)."
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Carsten Dominik | 2 Jul 12:45 2007
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Re: filling cells automatically


On Jun 20, 2007, at 17:44, ignotus <at> freemail.hu wrote:

> Dear Org users!
>
> I would like to have the following functionality: I have a table like
> this:
>
>    | number1 | number2 | description |
>    |---------+---------+-------------|
>    |       1 |       1 | a           |
>    |       1 |       2 | b           |
>    |       1 |       3 | c           |
>    |       1 |       4 | d           |
>    |---------+---------+-------------|
>    |       2 |       1 | aa          |
>    |       2 |       2 | bb          |
>    |       2 |       3 | cc          |
>    |       2 |       4 | dd          |
>    |---------+---------+-------------|
>    |       3 |       1 | aaa         |
>    |       3 |       2 | bbb         |
>    |       3 |       3 | ccc         |
>    |       3 |       4 | ddd         |
>    |---------+---------+-------------|
>
> I would like to generate number1 and number2 rows automatically (so 
> when
> I insert something the numbering will be okay), is this possible?  Well
> I know it is, but is it possible within the current org table 
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