|From:||Marcelo de Moraes Serpa|
|Subject:||Re: [O] Frames and the agenda|
|Date:||Mon, 27 Feb 2012 16:45:40 -0600|
Check out my multiple-agenda-buffers branch from http://github.com/7max/org-mode
Its designed exactly for that (multiple independent agenda buffers
living together). to enable it use, M-x org-toggle-sticky-agenda
You will have to set different agenda names for different agenda views
in your org-agenda-custom-commands variable like so:
'(("a" "Agenda and NEXT (priority)"
((org-agenda-overriding-header "Next Tasks")
("t" "TODO entries"
((org-agenda-buffer-name "*Todo List*")))))
Carsten suggested that this will eventually get merged, but I think
people may be afraid, as it's a bit of a major change, converting most
agenda related variables to buffer local, and at least initially had a
several bugs, which took me a few weeks to catch and fix.
But I've been running on this branch for a month+, and quality of
my org-moding had greatly improved, since now all my agendas pop-out
immediately instead of rebuilding for several seconds.
At Fri, 24 Feb 2012 12:38:39 -0600,
Marcelo de Moraes Serpa wrote:
> Hey guys,
> So, I would like to keep a sort of dashboard in a osx virtual desktop - basically having emacs frames with different todo lists
> for reference at quick glance:
> The problem is that the agenda is global to the emacs instance and won't allow me to show a filter view in one frame and another
> in the other (i.e: One frame showing all my personal TODOs and the other showing all TODOs related to my job.).
> I could have those lists in separate files, but my configuration now has all todos in a big gtd.org file.
> Is there a way to have differente filters in different frames? If not, any thoughts on how I could accomplish this idea?
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