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Re: Annoyance when resolving clock idle time with emacsclient

From: Samuel Loury
Subject: Re: Annoyance when resolving clock idle time with emacsclient
Date: Thu, 08 Oct 2020 16:54:51 +0200


Budiman Snowman <budimansnowman@gmail.com> writes:

> several  emacsclient instances open in different tabs. When I start a clock
> and then get away long enough, Emacs will prompt me to resolve the idle
> time in different buffer that has the clock, usually in the first buffer
> that I get back to.

> Anyone experience the same?

I do :-).

I generally open emacs in my graphical session and when I am AFK, I
connect using ssh in termux on my computer and play with emacs via an
emacsclient in the terminal.

Also, another boring behavior of org-resolve-clocks is that I generally
have to press several times (about ten times) on the "i" key to ignore
the message.

Actually, I realized though that even though the client was appearing
frozen, by pressing several times on "i" (ten times also), it eventually
closes the resolve clock stuff and let me play with emacs like nothing
happened. Then, I can run manually M-x org-resolve-clocks in case I
wanted to really resolve the clocks (using k or g or whathever).

Even if this is an ugly workaround, I Hope that will help :-).
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