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Re: Key bindings for org calendar selection

From: Florian Lindner
Subject: Re: Key bindings for org calendar selection
Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2017 09:10:30 +0100
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Am 20.03.2017 um 14:33 schrieb Danny YUE:
> Well,


> I think that small calendar is only for your convenience to see the date
> you choose, not really a interactive date picker...
> For me, I always uses the shortcut for dates. For example "+1w" chooses
> the same day in next week, "+1d" for the next day etc.

How can I set the date to 2 weeks and 3 days in future? "+2w +3d" does not 
work, it ignores the +2d. How can I move to a
date, without selecting it and closing the picker?

> Seriously if you get to know the meaning of shortcuts, org way will be
> definitely faster than moving around in a calendar. :-)

Well, I try to learn these shortcuts, but find them documented nowhere. As I 
said, the shortcuts from the Emacs calendar
did not work, neither do work the shortcuts from the interactive org-mode 
calendar help.

Are you aware of any documentation of shortcuts for the calendar?


> Danny
> On 2017-03-20 13:24, Florian Lindner <> wrote:
>> This is a cross-post from emacs.orgmode, since I got no replies for 3 weeks.
>> Hello,
>> the usual emacs calendar (M-x calendar) can be controlled using these key 
>> bindings:
>> But how can the calendar be controlled when invoked by org-mode, e.g. by C-c 
>> C-s to set a scheduled date on an entry?
>> The key bindings from standard calendar do not work, neither editing the 
>> mini buffer works out.
>> Thanks,
>> Florian

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