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Re: [O] Re: [Orgmode] Startup page

From: Matthew Sauer
Subject: Re: [O] Re: [Orgmode] Startup page
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2011 05:34:32 -0500

No, that still gives me the scratch buffer over the top and the the two windows I want down below.  When I had the startup page activated it would override one of the two buffers that I had selected but for some reason the scratch buffer is dividing the screen horizontally and place itself over the top of the two buffers I open at the end of .emacs

Going to have to look at some of the emacs documentation.   What I am trying to create is a bit of elisp magic that will open the agenda on the right buffer and my refile.org (with everything I have captured that needs sent to a home and some dblocks with recently opened items and maybe another one with my unscheduled todo's.


On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 11:45 AM, Nick Dokos <address@hidden> wrote:
Matthew Sauer <address@hidden> wrote:

> Okay, so I have been working on some ideas for a customization file for startup, an org-agenda,
> recently modified and maybe unscheduled todo's . . accessible via a function key and at startup. 
> Kind of a "home screen".   I have it working fine when I run the code but my problem is that when I
> have it run in .emacs on startup it comes up (agenda on the right and my other chosen buffer on the
> left (last code in my .emacs to be run) and then the screen is split horizontal and the scratch
> buffer opens on the top.  For me this isn't the desired behavior, didn't know if anyone knew how to
> turn off emacs opening into a file or if I should move this code to another location because emacs
> is running something to open that after it goes through .emacs???  or is that just a behavior that
> is going to occur?


 (setq inhibit-splash-screen t)

to your .emacs and see if that solves your problem. You might also need one
of the packages that can restore a saved window configuration on startup
if you have complicated goings-on.


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