|Subject:||Re: [Orgmode] date marking with (org-diary)|
|Date:||Wed, 3 Sep 2008 11:37:02 +0200|
On Aug 15, 2008, at 10:45 AM, Ulf Stegemann wrote:
this is not supported yet, and I have no concrete plans to implement
this. Marking entries in the calendar will always be unacceptably
slow, because the way the calendar/diary implements this is creating
the list of appointment for each of the 90+ days in the calendar
display. Even with filtering, this would be slow - basically one
would have to rewrite the code in the diary.
Why don't you just use the week agenda to see which days are free?
Since version 6.05, we have the following functionality:
Making use of the cursor position in the agenda
* Calling remember with the cursor date in the agenda
If you want to use the date at the agenda cursor in a
remember template, start remember from the agenda with the
keys `k r'. While the template is being filled in, the
default date for all time stamps, and also for all
interactive escapes like `%^t' is now the date at the cursor
in the agenda. The exact same command can also be used from
the calendar if you prefer that.
* Picking a date for scheduling/deadline in the agenda
You may now pick the date for scheduling an item or for
setting a deadline in the agenda, where you have the best
overview over free time slots. This is a two step process.
1. First you pick the entry that should be acted upon. In
the agenda, you use the keys `k m'. In an org-mode file,
this is on `C-c C-x C-k'.
2. Then you find the agenda date you want to apply. When the
cursor is anywhere in the block belonging to that date,
press `k s' to schedule, or `k d' to put a deadline. The
agenda is not updated immediately, press `r' if you want
it to show the affected entry in the right place.
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