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Re: [O] REPEAT_TO_STATE file-wide property is not working

From: Young-whan
Subject: Re: [O] REPEAT_TO_STATE file-wide property is not working
Date: Sun, 8 Jan 2017 17:27:25 -0800

Hi Nicolas,

I've tried "org-use-property-inheritance", but the property of REPEAT_TO_STATE in the file scoping does not work at all.

I wonder if it is a bug in the org-mode or there is another step I have to enable


On Sun, Jan 8, 2017 at 2:06 PM, Nicolas Goaziou <address@hidden> wrote:

Young-whan <address@hidden> writes:

> My file has like this:
> #+TODO: TODO(t/!) REPEAT(r/!) | DONE(d)
> * REPEAT Task
>   SCHEDULED: <2017-01-01 Wed +1d>
> Now, I want to change when the repeat task is done, its state needs to be
> "REPEAT" instead of "TODO".
> This can be achieved by REPEAT_TO_STATE property or the variable
> org-todo-repeat-to-state based on the org-mode manual.
> When I set it org-todo-repeat-to-state, it works.
> When I set the property in the "Task", it works.
> However, when I put it global property working file-wide as it is put as
> It doesn't work.
> Is there something not right to set up the global property scoping in a
> file? Let me know.

Yes, there is: see `org-use-property-inheritance'.


Nicolas Goaziou

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