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Re: [Orgmode] org-annotation-helper

From: Richard G Riley
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] org-annotation-helper
Date: Mon, 01 Sep 2008 16:14:45 +0200
User-agent: Emacs 22.2.1/No Gnus v0.11

"Peter Westlake" <address@hidden> writes:

> On Sun, 31 Aug 2008 12:19:23 +0200, "Richard G Riley"
> <address@hidden> said:
>> caveat : I do not know if this is optimal or even recommended but it now
>> works for me.
>> I have modified the code a little to remove hex from the actual link. > I 
>> have "boxquoted" all code so you will need to remove that.
>> firefox/iceweasel : To set up the bookmark link, simple create a new
>> book mark called "remember" in firefox and make this the location
>> code:
>> ,----
>> |
>> javascript:location.href='remember://%20'+location.href+'%1C'+escape(document.title)+'%1C'+escape(window.getSelection())
>> `----
> I have a slightly different link, which works too:
> javascript:location.href='remember://'+location.href+'::remember::'+escape(document.title)+'::remember::'+escape(window.getSelection())

Following Carstens post about using

(org-remember nil ?w)

to get the weblink template up with no prompting, and then using refile,
org-mode has taken on an entirely new position in my daily life - even
higher and more important! ....

my current template is:

              ("Weblink" ?w "* %^{Title|%:description} %^g\n
              :PROPERTIES: \n  :Entered: %U\n  :END: \n  - title:
              %:title\n  - link: %:link\n  - Quote:\n    %:region\n  -
              End Quote\n\n  %?\n" "weblinks.org" "WebLinks" ) 

since I wanted to see the physical http link in order to launch firefox
using a hot key I have (return default for me is w3m).

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