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Re: [Orgmode] Re: agenda cycling

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: agenda cycling
Date: Mon, 31 Aug 2009 08:11:22 +0200

Hi Samuel,

I have now made his command more consistent with normal cycling.
However, I have also made it in such a way that you can bind this
to the SPACE key and keep the normal function of the space key.

I.e. when called for the first time, it will show the entry in
the standard way, as configured by the org-show-hierarchy-above
etc settings.  When called again and again in direct succession,
it will now cycle to children->subtree->folded->...

Hope this makes sense.

Should I actually bind this function to SPC in the agenda by

- Carsten

On Aug 20, 2009, at 8:53 PM, Samuel Wales wrote:

A minor correction.

On 2009-08-19, Samuel Wales <address@hidden> wrote:
       1) folded
       2) only the first subtask shows, with no indication
          that there are any other subtasks
       3) same as 2

This of course shows body text.  But it is otherwise the same as 2.

       4) everything except logbook
       5) everything including logbook

I do believe that there are several interesting possibilities for
cycling in the outline (I have notes on this elsewhere).  But,
whatever cycling there is, I think that it is probably good to have
the same cycling functionality in the agenda and the outline for
consistency, with the possible exception of a one-window state in the

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