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Re: [O] my capture template generates a literal "%?"

From: Nick Dokos
Subject: Re: [O] my capture template generates a literal "%?"
Date: Thu, 09 Aug 2012 10:37:55 -0400

G <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am using Emacs 24.1 in Win7 (64bit) and Org 7.8.11.
> I would like to have a capture template that just puts me at the end
> of my journal in plain text (although date tree) after a custom time
> stamp (e.g. 09:13). I tried the following
>     ("p" "Plain Journal" plain (file+datetree
> "C:/Users/Geralb/Documents/privat/org/MyAgenda.org")
>          "%<%H:%M>\n\n%?"
>      :unnarrowed t :empty-lines 1)
> But in this template a literal %? is written and point is thereafter.
> I tried another template
>     ("e" "Entry Journal" entry (file+datetree
> "C:/Users/Geralb/Documents/privat/org/MyAgenda.org")
>          "* Um %U von %a\n\n%?\n"
>      :empty-lines 1 :unnarrowed t)
> And this seems to work, but it's not what I would like to have.
> Did I write the template wrong?

I don't think so. I can reproduce it and I think it is a bug: %? does
not seem to be interpreted in the first case, it is interpreted in the
second case, but I don't know what causes the difference.


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