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Re: [Orgmode] FR: interactive todo creation with remember templates

From: Hugo Schmitt
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] FR: interactive todo creation with remember templates
Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2008 13:37:56 -0300

I think my suggestion doesn't fit orgmode that well, but what if
'org-remember' had 'template' as an optonal argument? (instead of
pulling from org-remember-template interactively).

Then people could write their own menus/keymap/etc before calling remember.
(Hmm, thinking about it, maybe i'll try that myself so i can call
remember from Anything)


On Jan 24, 2008 12:33 PM, Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Jan 22, 2008, at 3:55 PM, Austin Frank wrote:
> > Hello again!
> >
> > I love all of the options that are available for inclusion in remember
> > templates.  I've got templates for the kinds of tasks I create most
> > often.  But sometimes I find myself saying "man, I wish I could just
> > tack a %^G onto this template", or something similar.  These aren't
> > task
> > types that I use often enough to justify giving them their own
> > templates, but I still want to have access to the features offered in
> > remember templates.
> >
> > Would it be possible to build a single-use remember template through
> > prompts at the minibuffer?
> I am not yet convinced about how useful this would be.
> First of all, "slapping on a %^G" means adding tags.  Since you
> probably have %? in the headline of the template anyway, adding tags
> is as simple as C-c C-c.... Ahm, no you are right it is not, because
> we are
> in a remember buffer after all.
> Still, just adding % sequences does not really do it because
> you still need to decide where the info should go.  So in the end, it
> seems to me the the gain will be very minor.  Any other opinions?
> - Carsten
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