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Re: [Orgmode] in-buffer settings for priorities

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] in-buffer settings for priorities
Date: Mon, 21 May 2007 16:35:02 +0200

On May 21, 2007, at 15:11, Dmitri Minaev wrote:

copying to the list:

Thank you. I thought about using sorting strategy to sort by tags, but
the requirement that the score must be the last tag has stopped me. I
like the approach you describe, but it still has some deficiencies.
First, any tag not included in the set of the pre-defined tags breaks
the order of tags making the score to appear before this tag. Second,
I would say that it's more visually pleasing to have the rating in a
fixed place, separate from tags. The idea of priorities itself fits
the task better, IMHO.

You can certainly use priorities, even though for now it is letters.
I am not sure yet about the changes you propose, will need more time
to think about this.

BTW, after upgrade to 4.74, I noticed a couple of things:

1. When the state of an item changes from nothing to the first in the
TODO sequence, no note is taken and the state change is not logged. Is
this by design?


2. When I run org-tags-sparse-tree with a regexp like {score[X-Y]},
the resulting tree includes one and only one item with the score less
than X. I simplified the tree and .emacs as much as possible and even
the example as simple as the one below still demonstrates this

* qwer
** qwer                                         :score9:
** asdf                                         :score7:
** zxcv                                         :score5:
** nmkj                                         :score7:
** poi                                          :score4:

Check out the variable org-show-following-heading, and its companions org-show-hierarchy-above and org-show-siblings.

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