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Re: [O] TODO items as part of an itemized list?

From: Richard Stanton
Subject: Re: [O] TODO items as part of an itemized list?
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 13:40:11 -0700
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Makes sense. I realize I can achieve almost all of what I want by making
my TODO items, say, level three headers, "***", then not including
\subsubsection in my latex_class definition. Now each TODO item is printed
in LaTeX as a separate \item in an itemize list, just as I wanted.

Just one remaining problem, however. The exporter inserts a hard
line-break, "\\" after the first line of each of these \item entries. This
is fine when there is additional text for that item, but if the TODO item
is just one line, this results in unwanted extra white space being
inserted between the \item entries.

On 3/20/12 4:44 PM, "Bastien" <address@hidden> wrote:

>Hi Richard,
>Richard Stanton <address@hidden> writes:
>> To save space in LaTeX exports and also to stop my TODO items being
>> numbered, I'd like to have TODO items as part of a list, e.g.,
>> - TODO Item 1
>> - TODO Item 2
>> However, while this prints OK, these entries are ignored by org-mode
>> I ask it to create a TODO list. Is there any way to do what I want?
>No, because you are mixing to different things: lists and TODO items.
>TODO items start with "*".
>You can convert 
>* TODO item 1
>* TODO item 2
>to a list by selecting the region they are in, then doing C-u C-c -
>You can convert a list to TODO items with C-u C-c *
> Bastien

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