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Re: [Orgmode] Suggestion: Jump points

From: Eddward DeVilla
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Suggestion: Jump points
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2007 10:45:16 -0500

On 7/11/07, Rick Moynihan <address@hidden> wrote:
Apologies for my poor explanation but yes this is precisely what I'm
talking about.

You probably explained it well.  I'm pretty thick at times.

I've never knowingly used indirect buffers, and I'll certainly take a
look at them as I can see how I might find them useful.  I frequently
use org-narrow-to-subtree which I find useful for hiding irrelevant
details.  Incidentally it would be nice to be able to set follow mode to
automatically narrow to the current agenda selection.

I couldn't live without C-u,C-c,C-x,b.  :-)

I've personally taken to using follow mode, and having my org-mode Emacs
session split vertically into two panes, with the agenda on the right.
I then navigate my org file via the open agenda buffer with follow mode.
  I'm guessing that your method doesn't (easily) allow you to jump from
the agenda to your projects indirect buffer, which is a feature I quite
like using.

I like the idea of using agenda as a browser.  I like have multiple
windows open in a frame to look at multiple files (or projects) side
by side at once.  Early on, agenda got a little crazy if you used it
with multiple windows and I used to run org in the same session where
I did all my source editing.  I'd easily have 5 or more windows in a
frame.  I'll have to see if it will work if I have just two windows in
the agenda frame.

Good suggestions, and it did occur to me that I might be able to
implement this as a personal extension to org-mode, and I'm sure for
someone with good Emacs fu, this would take 5 minutes.  For me?  Well it
might be a nice motivating exercise to learn some more elisp :)

The key binding would be easy if there were a search subtree function.
Looking through org.el, I'm thinking there isn't.  Likewise, there
doesn't appear to be a hook for agenda following.  I could be wrong as
I'm still getting to know lisp and org.el.


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