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Re: [Orgmode] M-x lifesnap (and an itty bitty org-agenda problem i'm hav
Re: [Orgmode] M-x lifesnap (and an itty bitty org-agenda problem i'm having)
Fri, 06 Apr 2007 14:58:52 +0100
That seems cool. What about adding:
- mh-e plugin to show the no of unread mails, and total no of mails in
certain named mailboxes (I use an +action mailbox where I file mails
which I need to do something with, plus a +waiting mailbox. This
enables me to get my +inbox to zero as per GTD). By all means, support
other emacs mailers :-)
However, I have installed the linkd and lifesnap files, loaded them up,
but when I run lifesnap nothing happens! (the linkd stuff works for me
though). Any ideas ?
Finally, do mind me asking how you get that colour scheme ? Nice.
>>>>> "David" == David O'Toole <address@hidden> writes:
David> Hello everyone. I'm working on a very small (but very useful
David> to me) piece of software called Lifesnap. It is compatible
David> with org-mode and potentially of interest to org-people so I
David> am mentioning it here.
David> The idea is to get a single-key overview of the output of
David> various Emacs packages I use to keep myself organized. This
David> way I can more easily "get in sync" with my information.
David> the webpage (with screenshot) is here:
David> It's currently very tiny and with some bugs, but I already
David> find it useful. Eventually I would like it to behave much
David> like the Evolution Summary page, showing RSS feeds, weather,
David> mail messages, and so on. But it also can support any kind
David> of custom "emacs feed" you can think up. So org-agenda is one
David> of the "plugins".
David> Speaking of which, there is a slight problem with
David> org-agenda.... when I switch weeks in the agenda week view,
David> it clobbers the nice window configuration. Is there any way
David> to prevent this? I'm not sure why changing weeks should alter
David> the windows.
David> Anyway, I'm interested in hearing your feedback on lifesnap
David> and seeing what ideas/suggestions people may have.
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