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Agenda buffer name after following a time stamp

From: Garjola Dindi
Subject: Agenda buffer name after following a time stamp
Date: Sat, 24 Oct 2020 18:45:58 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/28.0.50 (gnu/linux)


Accidentally pressing <enter> or <C-c C-o> on an inactive time stamp in
an org mode buffer, I found myself in an agenda buffer with name "*Org
Agenda(a:2020-10-22)" corresponding to the agenda of the date of the
time stamp.

I understand that this is the expected behaviour (jumping to that date),
but I am puzzled by the buffer name. Most annoyingly, from this moment,
unless I restart emacs, most new agenda generations will create a buffer
with the same name, that is "*Org Agenda(a:2020-10-22)" in my example
independently of the date for which the agenda is generated.

Steps to reproduce:

1. Press <C-c C-o> on [2020-10-22 Thu]. This generates the agenda for
   that date in a buffer named "*Org Agenda(a:2020-10-22)"
2. Close the agenda with "q" or "x"
3. invoke the org-agenda dispatcher, choose t (or any other view except
   "a"). This generates a buffer named "*Org Agenda(a:2020-10-22)"
   instead of "*Org Agenda*".

Using the interactive commands org-todo-list has the same behaviour.

However, using "a" in the agenda dispatcher or calling org-agenda-list
generates a buffer correctly called  "*Org Agenda*".

I have tried with "emacs -q" and the behaviour is the same.

Is this an expected behaviour? I have not been able to find the
information in the manual.

Thank you.


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