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[Emacs-orgmode] org-mode 4.46

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: [Emacs-orgmode] org-mode 4.46
Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2006 13:45:54 +0200

at http://www.astro.uva.nl/~dominik/Tools/org

Changes in version 4.46

 - Custom commands may create an agenda which contains several blocks,
   each block made by a different agenda command.

     This was proposed by Piotr Zielinski and Pete Phillips.  Check
     out section 8.9.2 in the manual to find out how to do this.

 - Agenda commands can be restricted to the current file, region, or
   subtree.  Thanks to Piotr for this idea.

     You restrict to the current file by sneaking in a "1" between
     `C-c a' and the key selecting the agenda command.  For example
     `C-c a 1 t' creates the TODO list for the current buffer.
     By using "0" instead of "1", the restriction is to the current
     subtree or, if there is an active selection, to that selection.
     The next C-c a command will again use the all agenda files.

 - The timeline command must now be called through the agenda
   dispatcher (C-c a L).  `C-c C-r' no longer works.

 - Agenda items can be sorted by tag.  The *last* tag is used for this.

      This was a request from Pete.  Why the last tag, you may wonder?
      Because the tag list for an item starts with inherited tags, and
      most local tag setting is probably the best to use for sorting.

 - The prefix and the sorting strategy for agenda items can now
   depend upon the agenda type.

      Take a look at the options `org-agenda-prefix-format' and
      `org-agenda-sorting-strategy' if you would like to use this.

 - The handling of mailto links can be customized.  Until now, mailto
   links were passed to `browse-url', an this may not be what you
   want, in particular if you use a mailer inside Emacs.  See the
   new variable `org-link-mailto-program'.

 - `mailto' links can specify a subject after a double colon, like
   [[mailto:address@hidden::Org-mode is buggy]].

      Thanks to Matt Hodges for these two proposals and a patch.

 - In the #+STARTUP line, M-TAB completes valid keywords.

      There are too many options for the STARTUP line to remember
      them all.  So if you forget which one you need, use completion.

 - In the #+TAGS: line, M-TAB after ":" inserts all currently used tags.

      So if you want to go from a dynamic tags list to a predefined one,
      you easily get a good starting value for your list in this way.

 - The problems with Checkbox statistics on Emacs 21 are fixed.

 - And more small bug fixes.

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