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Re: [O] How to specify APPT_WARNTIME for entire files?

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] How to specify APPT_WARNTIME for entire files?
Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2017 00:30:16 +0100
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Jorge Morais Neto <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi.  I have set appt-message-warning-time to 10.  However, there are two
> files where I would like the warning time to be 0.  Is there a quick way to
> do it?  Which?  I do not want to add APPT_WARNTIME properties to each entry
> because, if I did that, then:
> 1. Every time I added a new entry to one of the affected files, I would need
>    to remember setting APPT_WARNTIME to the correct value.
> 2. To later change the warning time for the affected files, I would need to
>    change APPT_WARNTIME in each of their entries.
> 3. There are many such entries, so it would be space-inefficient to have
>    APPT_WARNTIME in each.
> I have tried to specify "#+PROPERTY: APPT_WARNTIME 5" and enable inheritance
> of it through org-use-property-inheritance, but it did not work.  I have
> also searched the web and the Org mailing list archives.

This is now fixed.  You can use "#+PROPERTY: APPT_WARNTIME 5", as long
as APPT_WARNTIME can be inherited.

Thank you for the report.


Nicolas Goaziou

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