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Re: [Orgmode] Re: Problem with recurring timestamps

From: Martin Pohlack
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: Problem with recurring timestamps
Date: Mon, 06 Jul 2009 12:19:38 +0200
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Carsten Dominik wrote:
> On Jul 6, 2009, at 11:53 AM, Martin Pohlack wrote:
>> Tassilo Horn wrote:
>>> Martin Pohlack <address@hidden> writes:
>>> Hi Martin,
>>>> I have problems with the following recurring timestamp:
>>>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>> * TODO test3
>>>>  DEADLINE: <2009-07-07 Di 15:00 +1w -1h>
>>>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>> When I mark the item as done, it loses the warning period (-1h) and
>>>> the recurrence markup (+1w).  Marking it as done again, will finally
>>>> mark it as done.
>>>> Org-version reports "6.21b".
>>> I can confirm that with 6.28trans.  When removing the warning  
>>> period, it
>>> works as expected.  Also, when removing the recurrence markup,  
>>> changing
>>> the item to DONE keeps the -1h intact.
>> The problem seems to be that [+-]xh is not yet supported.
> yes, prewarning periods for deadlines have to de d, w, m, or y.
> Hours and minutes are not supported.  How are you planing to use this?

I have a weekly recurring event which is due Friday 17:00, but I can
only start working on it shortly before, say 2 h.

I would like it not to appear in the agenda until 15:00 at Friday, or it
could appear at Friday's agenda, with an extended timestamp (15:00), so
I know it has to be done later.

I could also be handled like this item:

* TODO test4
  DEADLINE: <2009-07-06 Mo 14:00> SCHEDULED: <2009-07-06 Mo 13:00>

In the agenda:

Monday      6 July 2009 W28
               8:00...... ----------------
              10:00...... ----------------
              12:00...... ----------------
     file.org:13:00...... Scheduled:  TODO test4
     file.org:14:00...... Deadline:   TODO test4
              14:00...... ----------------
              16:00...... ----------------
              18:00...... ----------------
              20:00...... ----------------

Martin Pohlack

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