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Re: [Orgmode] Bugs report

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Bugs report
Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2007 07:27:09 +0200

On Jul 14, 2007, at 2:01, Bastien wrote:

Hi Carsten and all,

i didn't find the time to explore org's new functionalities (properties
& column view), but i won't allow myself to dive into it before i send
you some bug reports and feature suggestions :)

- The new C-e: when there is no tag on the line, C-e goes at the
  beginning of the line.

Fixed, see Scott's message and my reply from yesterday.

- Combining orgstruct-mode and message-mode is not okay since C-c C-c
  (the typical sequence for sending the message) makes org complaining.

Stupid bug, this is fixed, thanks!

- Org-mode is so powerful that i tend to use it on the top of .txt files
  (mostly drafts). It recently happened that i exported such a file to
  ASCII using org-export, and the new .txt overwrote the old file
  without asking.

Bummer!  Hmm, how should we handle this?  file.txt.txt?  Or a query?

- I've read all those discussions on indentation and it works just fine
  now. I shall have one request though. Consider a list item beginning
  with a checkbox:

  - [ ] This is an example.
    ^   ^
    1   2

Hmmmm. Does look good, I must admit.  Now sure how to make
this work with M-q wrapping.  But I am putting it on the list.

- Relative filenames in links might be misleading in TODOs overview. For
  example, i list the TODOs i've to get rid of (with TODO Overview: C-c
  a T TODO RET), then i press C-c C-o on a link, then emacs opens a
  blank file because i'm not in the appropriate directory.

Yes, this was reported before, need to find a fix for this.

Hey! That's all. As you see, just being a bit fussy on tiny points. I
guess you prefered when i was forced to stay away from my computer :)

Thanks again!

PS: i'll try to make a screencast on links, 'cause i like links.

That would be cool.

- Carsten

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