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Re: [Orgmode] date rows in weekly agenda column mode

From: George Pearson
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] date rows in weekly agenda column mode
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2008 22:55:43 -0500

Tried to get the white background on these rows by changing the code
myself.  Managed to get the white background, BUT the effort total
has vanished from the row, and so I could use some advice.

Here's what I did:  in the function org-agenda-colview-summarize,
found in org-colview.el, I replaced these two lines:

                         0 (length lsum) 'face 'bold lsum)

with these two:

                          0 (length lsum) 'face '(:background white) lsum)

Where did I go wrong?

On 17 Oct 2008 at 15:47, Carsten Dominik wrote:

> Hi George,
> in my Emacs, these lines have a white background and are therefore  
> easily distinguished.  These lines use org-agenda-date and org-agenda- 
> date-weekend as their faces, respectively.
> Ah, I guess you mean when you are computing summaries in the agenda  
> column view?
> No, I don't think there is a way to change that.  Maybe there should  
> be, I am putting it on my list.
> - Carsten
> On Oct 16, 2008, at 11:59 PM, George Pearson wrote:
> > In column view for the weekly agenda, the rows containing the dates  
> > for
> > the upcoming week (e.g. "Friday  17 October 2008") have the same light
> > grey background as the rows containing the TODO items.  Is there a way
> > to set a different background (like, say, white) for these date rows?
> > This would make the date separations more obvious in this display.
> >
> > I have been poking around in org-faces.el but could not figure out
> > if anything controlled this background in particular.
> >
> >
> >
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