On Jun 19, 2008, at 3:09 PM, Dachsy wrote:
On Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 10:47:15AM +0200, Manuel Hermenegildo wrote:
You may want to have a look at my post on
- the use of org-agenda-skip-archived-trees toggling to control
visibility of archived tasks. The key redefinitions that we use
(everything goes to sibling archive) may be too much for other
applications. Here we are just trying to make sure that we always
use the archive to sibling method, since it preserves TAG
inheritance, which is vital to keep archived tasks assigned to the
person that had them assigned in the first place.
Carsten kindly stored it at:
Hm, if I understand correctly, listing of archived tasks should work
simply by setting `org-agenda-skip-archived-trees` to nil, right?
I already tried that, but changing this variable (tried t and nil)
does not change the visibility of archived tasks - they are not
Are you sure you are archiving to a sibling, not to a separate file?
I also tried your `my-org-agenda-toggle-seeing-archived`, which
gives me the message "Viewing archived tasks on" but doesn't show any
archived tasks (only the ones that are done but not yet archived).
I was going to implement Manuels idea anyway, so I just did that.
If you pull the latest version from git, you have two new commands
in the agenda:
`v' will toggle the inclusion of trees with the ARCHIVE tag,
this includes obviously the archive sibling.
`C-u v' will include trees with ARCHIVE tag, and will also include
all archive files that are currently associated with your
Manuel, thanks for this nice idea. I did not implement your key definitions,
in the hope that users will know that they are in a special view.
Is this a bug?
BTW: I'm using org-6.05a.
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