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[Orgmode] Re: Org-mode 4.69

From: Leo
Subject: [Orgmode] Re: Org-mode 4.69
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2007 10:21:46 +0000
User-agent: No Gnus v0.6, Emacs/ (2007-03-18), Fedora 6 gnu/linux

On 2007-03-21, Carsten Dominik said:

>   - You can now use multiple sets of TODO keywords in the same
>     buffer.  For example, you may put the following three lines
>     into a file:
>       #+TYP_TODO: Fred Laura Peter Me OK
>     Each sub-sequence has its own DONE state.  It is best to use
>     different keywords in all sequences, to make sure Org-mode
>     does not loose track in which specific sequence it is
>     working.  You could use the same word for all DONE states,
>     but then cycling through to a TODO state might not bring you
>     where you want to be.
>     After initially setting a keyword, `C-c C-t' cycles through
>     a sublist, i.e. is cycles from TODO to DONE or from
>     KNOWNCAUSE to RESOLVED and further to (nothing) and back to
>     REPORT.
>     S-right and S-left allow to select any keyword, so they move
>     from DONE to REPORT and from RESOLVED to Fred.
>     C-S-right and C-S-left jump from one sub-sequence to the
>     next, for example from TODO or DONE to REPORT to Fred.
>     Thanks to Rick Moynihan for triggering this development.

I feel this too complicated. Isn't it more intuitive and consistent to
make this work like #+CATEGORY and #+ARCHIVE?

Leo <sdl.web AT gmail.com>                         (GPG Key: 9283AA3F)

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