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[Orgmode] Re: Mark days in calendar based on agenda

From: Claudius Hubig
Subject: [Orgmode] Re: Mark days in calendar based on agenda
Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2010 23:54:37 +0200

Richard Riley <address@hidden> wrote:
>Claudius Hubig <address@hidden> writes:
>> Richard Riley <address@hidden> wrote:
>>>Claudius Hubig <address@hidden> writes:
>>>> Anyway, I would like my calendar to mark days based on agenda
>>>> entries. For example, I have a line like the following:
>>>> Is there any way to achieve this?
>>>Well, you probably know "d" can show org-mode items by including
>>>in your ~/.diary (diary-file variable). This is described in the
>>>org-mode worg page.
>> No, I didn’t and I have to admit I didn’t look at the org-mode worg
>> page. However,
>>>Despite playing with fancy display calendar settings as described in the
>>>calendar I wasnt able to get the calendar to hilite the day buttons if
>>>org items were there. Does the output of org-diary conform to the
>>>required calendar appointment format?
>> this can be easily fixed then:
>> %%(org-diary)
>> does exactly what I want :)
>> Thank you very much Richard!
>> Claudius
>The calendar shows the actual days hilited if they have items on that
>day in org?

Yes, though this only happens with active appointments – inactive
appointments are not highlighted in the calendar and not visible in
the diary.

Active appointments, on the other hand, are visible in the diary and
the agenda and mark a day in the calendar.

This is not perfect since I would like about some things without a
mark in the calendar (I have a note like "[2010-08-25 Mi 24:00] 4270
Vokabeln ausstehend" for nearly every day in the near future due to
my VEP¹, don’t want that to show up in the calendar but a little
reminder in the agenda would be nice…), but it works most of the time
as expected.


1) Vocabulary Enhancing Program ;D, actually Mnemosyne with the SAT-set
of 5000 cards…
Many pages make a thick book.


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