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Re: [Orgmode] Bug: all todos receive a once used timestamp in agenda vie
Re: [Orgmode] Bug: all todos receive a once used timestamp in agenda view
Fri, 24 Aug 2007 22:37:40 +0200
Sorry for the mess.
On Aug 24, 2007, at 20:52, Rainer Stengele wrote:
Carsten Dominik schrieb:
Here is a quick update, bug fixes plus a few small features.
Only on my website, not yet in Emacs - I don't have time right now.
Changes in version 5.06
- Improved export of single (sub)trees.
- New possibilities for C-a and C-e.
- Command to set a tag in many headlines
- Changed default for org-cycle-global-at-bob.
- Bug fixes.
- When exporting only a region and this region is a single
(sub)tree (for example selected with `C-c @'), the title for
the exported document is taken to be the heading of the
subtree. The sublevels become top-level entries in the
export. Furthermore, if the head entry of the tree has or
inherits an EXPORT_FILE_NAME property, that file name (with
appropriately substituted extension) will be used for the
exported tree. Thanks to Patrick Drechsler and Jost Burkart
for these ideas.
- org-special-ctrl-a/e has a third allowed value, `reversed'.
When it is set to this value, the first C-a or C-e command
behaves normally, i.e. it goes to the true beginning or end
of the line. Only when you press C-a or C-e immediately
again, the the "special" position will be found. Additional
presses of the same key jump between the two positions. I
like this a lot better than the `t' setting, because now the
keys behave more predictable and still give easy access to
the special locations.
- New command to set or remove a tag from all headlines in a
- When Org-mode visits a file, it will initially hide all
- The default of the variable `org-cycle-global-at-bob' is now
nil, meaning that TAB no longer does global visibility
cycling at the beginning of the buffer.
- Bug fixes, in particular the problems with scheduling and
deadlines introduced in 5.05. Please check carefully if
this works correctly again, and complain if not.
Hello Carsten, thank you for the fast update!
I think a new bug appeared:
Defining a daytime specific schedule for a todo it happens that a lot
(the rest? all appearing after the todo) of todos will also wrongly
show the time as schedule time in agenda view. This appears to stay
for all todos of the same day. For the next day the agenda view is ok
Ah I checked again - all TODOs following a TODO with timestamped
schedule receive the same time stampuntil another time specific
schedule appears. After that all todos again receive the last
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