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Re: [O] A visibility (ellipsis) problem with `C-c .'

From: Nick Dokos
Subject: Re: [O] A visibility (ellipsis) problem with `C-c .'
Date: Sun, 05 Feb 2012 02:35:55 -0500

François Pinard <address@hidden> wrote:

> Consider a header having many sub-headers, and which is closed.  So I
> only see that header, followed by an ellipsis at the end of that line.
> On that header, command `C-c .' turns the initial star (or string
> thereof) into a dash.

I don't understand: C-c . does org-time-stamp - how/why is the initial start
turned into a dash? Where exactly is the cursor at the time? If I do C-c . at
the end of the line (the final dot of the ellipis), a timestamp is inserted in
the header. I can still TAB to unfold.


>  Now, I see an item with the same text as the
> previous header, still followed by an ellipsis at the end of that line.
> Now, TAB has no effect: it does not expand the ellipsis into the
> previous contents (the minibuffer writes "EMPTY ENTRY", which is likely
> improper)
> So I have to fight a tiny bit for being able to edit the contents.  I go
> one level up, collapse then expand, and everything becomes OK.
> François

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