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Re: [O] problems with continuous clocking

From: Hildegund Mythenmetz
Subject: Re: [O] problems with continuous clocking
Date: Fri, 2 Aug 2013 13:31:23 +0200


I was expecting that the functionality helps me in avoiding the need to fix clocks manually.. Perhaps I misunderstand the feature?

If I deactivate org-clock-continuously, I get the following question when logging in : "You stopped another clock x minutes ago; start this one from then?". If I answer with "Yes" the system clocks me in "correctly" (i.e. at the time of the last clock out". I thought, that "org-clock-continuously" automates this behaviour (basically answering "yes" automatically)

If org-clock-continuously does not do this, how can I achieve this?

All the best,

2013/8/2 Noorul Islam K M <address@hidden>
Hildegund Mythenmetz <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello,
> I am experiencing some problems with the continuous clocking feature of
> org-mode. I created a question in stackoverflow for this (see
> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17969129/emacs-org-mode-continuous-clocking-does-not-work
> )
> I would be grateful, if you could help me in resolving this issue..
> Below  is the  description of the problem as asked in stackoverflow
> Thanks you for any help,
> Andreas
> I activated the option org-clock-continuously to recover gaps in my
> clocking and the continuous clocking does not seem to work.
> I am often fixing endtimes for clocked items, because I forgot to clock out
> (using the function org-resolve-clocks and using the K option (keep x
> minutes).
> When I am clocking in afterwards (in the agenda view) after having fixed
> the last clock, org-mode always clocks me in with the current time instead
> of the last time I clocked out (according to the clock resolution).
> Example:
> TODO sample todo
> CLOCK: [2013-07-31 Mi 12:53]
> M-x org-resolve-clocks -> K -> 5
> CLOCK: [2013-07-31 Mi 12:53]--[2013-07-31 Mi 12:58] => 0:05
> agenda view: clock in on a different task
> (! no question, if I want to clock in now or at last clock out time !)
> ** TODO sample todo 2
> CLOCK: [2013-07-31 Mi 13:22]
> Any ideas how to fix this or what option I have to activate in addition to
> org-clock-continuously?
> I am working on windows 7 Professional with GNU Emacs (GNU Emacs 24.3.1
> (i386-mingw-nt6.1.7601)) and orgmode 8.0.3

I don't think you can work in the past. Usually I fix clock manually.

Thanks and Regards

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