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Re: [Orgmode] Patch for windowing problem

From: Nick Dokos
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Patch for windowing problem
Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2009 00:25:55 -0400

Bastien <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi Robert,
> Robert Goldman <address@hidden> writes:
> > The closest I can do is to set calendar-setup to 'two-frame, which
> > does pop up a frame and leave my cursor trapped in it, but it actually
> > behaves even /worse/ than Aquamacs, because I can't assign a date at
> > all.
> Yes, this is a bug - fixed.  Let me know if it also fixes the other
> issue you have - if not, I will investigate further.

Hi Bastien,

AFAICT this has *not* been fixed: I might have made a mistake of course,
so if anybody else decides to test it, I for one would be grateful.

I'm pretty sure that I got the update (commit
3c031462f5b3a30b1fdd77e0c111586b8287a154) and I rebuilt org-mode and
restarted emacs (I did an org-reload, tested without success and
restarted emacs just to make sure I was getting the new bits).

I eval the following form in the *scratch* buffer:

  (setq calendar-setup 'calendar-only)

to enable frames for the calendar, and then I do (org-remember), and do
C-c C-s to schedule it. The calendar frame pops up, but clicking on it
does nothing: I don't get the overlay in the minibuffer that I get when
I don't use calendar frames. The only way to change the date is using
the keyboard (+3, S-<right>, etc).


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