Carsten Dominik | 1 Oct 10:56 2008
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Re: Inactive and Active date stamp editing

Hi Chris,

I have fixed issue 1 and 2, but I think 3 I will leave alone.  It is  
purely cosmetic, and Org asks for a date/time in so many places that  
it would be a lot or work to always pass that information.  The only  
thing I might consider is to remove the brackets alltogether in the  
live display of the read-date interface.  But then< I do not think  
this is really relevant.

- Carsten

On Sep 30, 2008, at 10:10 AM, Chris Randle wrote:

> Hi Carsten
>
> If I have an active date stamp and put my cursor in it and type `C- 
> c . .
> [RET]', this happens:
>
> <2008-09-27 Sat> => <2008-09-30 Tue>
>
> If I do a similar operation in an inactive stamp with either `C-c . .'
> or `C-c ! . [RET]', I get
>
> [2008-09-27 Sat] => [2008-09-27 Sa[2008-09-30 Tue]t]
>
> A quick test shows a similar "corruption" behaviour doing `C-c ! .' on
> an active date stamp, e.g.
>
> <2008-09-27 Sat> => <2008-09-27 Sa[2008-09-30 Tue]t>
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Carsten Dominik | 1 Oct 11:00 2008
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Re: tags-todo agenda does not sort by priority?

Hi Rainer,

this works fine for me.  Must be something else in your setup that  
messes with the priorities?

- Carsten

On Sep 30, 2008, at 10:52 AM, Rainer Stengele wrote:

> Hi!
>
> Having a custom agenda command like this
>
> (setq org-agenda-custom-commands
>      '(
> ...
>        ("kP" ((tags-todo "CATEGORY=\"Privat\""))
> 	 ((org-agenda-files '("~/org/PRIVAT"))
> 	  (org-agenda-sorting-strategy '(priority-down))))
> ...
>
> I do not get an agenda view sorting "priority-down". Well, it starts  
> with #A entries,
> but does not follow with #B and then #C entries.
>
> Priority shown by "P" in agenda mode of #A items is 2000, 1000 of  
> all other items.
>
>
> Does anybody see my fault in the config?
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Carsten Dominik | 1 Oct 11:01 2008
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Re: Help with agenda-custom commands


On Sep 30, 2008, at 6:40 PM, Paul Holcomb wrote:

> On Sun, Sep 28, 2008 at 07:16:41AM +0200, Carsten Dominik wrote:
>
>>> *) Is there a simple way to construct an agenda view that:
>>> -shows all past scheduled events for one TODO keyword only
>>> -skips for all others
>
>> I have not tested this, but you might be able to use the general  
>> tags/
>> property/todo matcher
>> on `C-c a m' like this:
>>
>> SCHEDULED<"<today>"/!+MYTODOKEYWORD
>
> This works, but not for a day or week view.

Yes, correct, you cannot do this for the agenda.....

>
>
> On the positive side, while I was trying to figure out how to do
> this, I've started to rethink how I'm using the different date
> keywords.
>
> I was originally trying to overload the meaning of SCHEDULED.  Making
> a TODO item that starts in the future and then will continue showing
> up until done (as in the manual) for "WAITING" items, but also as a
> TODO item that starts in the future, but then should become a normal
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Chris Randle | 1 Oct 12:25 2008
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RE: Inactive and Active date stamp editing

Hi Carsten

You wrote:
> I have fixed issue 1 and 2, but I think 3 I will leave alone.  It is
> purely cosmetic, and Org asks for a date/time in so many places that
> it would be a lot or work to always pass that information.  The only
> thing I might consider is to remove the brackets alltogether in the
> live display of the read-date interface.  But then< I do not think
> this is really relevant.

Thank you for implementing those changes. I agree with you on point 3 -
it's cosmetic (although it does convey some information), so if it's not
trivial to implement, I'm glad you've passed on it to devote time to
more worthy items. And I'd vote for leaving the Date+time editor's <>
brackets alone in that case.

Thank you for Org-mode and the herculean effort you put in to
accommodating requests, yet somehow managing to avoid polluting the
clean design and orthogonal functionality.

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Rainer Stengele | 1 Oct 13:08 2008
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Re: tags-todo agenda does not sort by priority?

Hi Carsten,

you are right, it works for prioritised todos!

But I found that "no priority" todos are not sorted after todos of prio #A,#B or #C.
They are just occuring in the list wherever they occur in the org file.
I had expected to get all items with "no priority" sorted down after the ones which have any priority.
Is this intended?
I like to see no prioritised items to be of no priority at all!

How could I achive this?

Carsten Dominik wrote:
> Hi Rainer,
> 
> this works fine for me.  Must be something else in your setup that 
> messes with the priorities?
> 
> - Carsten
> 
> On Sep 30, 2008, at 10:52 AM, Rainer Stengele wrote:
> 
>> Hi!
>>
>> Having a custom agenda command like this
>>
>> (setq org-agenda-custom-commands
>>      '(
>> ...
>>        ("kP" ((tags-todo "CATEGORY=\"Privat\""))
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Carsten Dominik | 1 Oct 13:14 2008
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Re: tags-todo agenda does not sort by priority?

Hi Rainer,

like the manual says in

      http://orgmode.org/manual/Priorities.html#Priorities

items without priority are treated as priority B.  I think this makes  
sense and I would like to keep it this way.  You can configure the  
default priority with `org-default-priority'.

Maybe this will work for you:

(setq org-lowest-prority ?D
       org-default-priority ?D)

- Carsten

On Oct 1, 2008, at 1:08 PM, Rainer Stengele wrote:

> Hi Carsten,
>
> you are right, it works for prioritised todos!
>
> But I found that "no priority" todos are not sorted after todos of  
> prio #A,#B or #C.
> They are just occuring in the list wherever they occur in the org  
> file.
> I had expected to get all items with "no priority" sorted down after  
> the ones which have any priority.
> Is this intended?
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Johanna Matschke | 1 Oct 13:16 2008

latex export

Hi!

Sofar (up to org-mode 5.xx) "C-c Ce l" would export the hole org file. But 
now (I tested various versions 6.0x) it only exports the first heading. Did 
something change there? How do I get back the earlier behaviour?

Thanks! 

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Russell Adams | 1 Oct 14:15 2008

Re: latex export

On Wed, Oct 01, 2008 at 01:16:33PM +0200, Johanna Matschke wrote:
> Hi!
>
> Sofar (up to org-mode 5.xx) "C-c Ce l" would export the hole org file. 
> But now (I tested various versions 6.0x) it only exports the first 
> heading. Did something change there? How do I get back the earlier 
> behaviour?
>
> Thanks! 

Do you have your headers COMMENTed?

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Rainer Stengele | 1 Oct 14:34 2008
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Re: tags-todo agenda does not sort by priority?

Hi Carsten,

your suggestion worked.
Anyway, I find it more intuitive to collect todos and keep them unprioritised
until I have gone through more thinking about them and decide that they are higher or lower priority.
They will stay unprioritised as long as they simply are not prior.

Thanks a lot for your help!

Rainer

Carsten Dominik wrote:
> Hi Rainer,
> 
> like the manual says in
> 
>      http://orgmode.org/manual/Priorities.html#Priorities
> 
> items without priority are treated as priority B.  I think this makes 
> sense and I would like to keep it this way.  You can configure the 
> default priority with `org-default-priority'.
> 
> Maybe this will work for you:
> 
> (setq org-lowest-prority ?D
>       org-default-priority ?D)
> 
> - Carsten
> 
> On Oct 1, 2008, at 1:08 PM, Rainer Stengele wrote:
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Robert Goldman | 1 Oct 15:19 2008

Re: Help with agenda-custom commands


> Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 11:40:46 -0500
> From: Paul Holcomb <pholcomb <at> cpoint.net>
> Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Help with agenda-custom commands
> To: Carsten Dominik <dominik <at> uva.nl>
> Cc: emacs-orgmode <at> gnu.org, pholcomb <at> cpoint.net
> Message-ID: <20080930164045.GC28285 <at> cpoint.net>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii
> 
> On Sun, Sep 28, 2008 at 07:16:41AM +0200, Carsten Dominik wrote:
> 
>>> *) Is there a simple way to construct an agenda view that:
>>> -shows all past scheduled events for one TODO keyword only
>>> -skips for all others
> 
>> I have not tested this, but you might be able to use the general tags/ 
>> property/todo matcher
>> on `C-c a m' like this:
>>
>> SCHEDULED<"<today>"/!+MYTODOKEYWORD
> 
>  This works, but not for a day or week view.  
> 
>  On the positive side, while I was trying to figure out how to do
>  this, I've started to rethink how I'm using the different date
>  keywords.
> 
>  I was originally trying to overload the meaning of SCHEDULED.  Making
>  a TODO item that starts in the future and then will continue showing
>  up until done (as in the manual) for "WAITING" items, but also as a
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