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Re: [O] bulk rescheduling change?

From: Nick Dokos
Subject: Re: [O] bulk rescheduling change?
Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2012 22:39:42 -0400

Bastien <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi Nick,
> Nick Dokos <address@hidden> writes:
> > Well, the non-interactiveness and the next day are because the four
> > items I marked were the last four items for that date, so after marking
> > them, the cursor happened to be on the date line for the next day, which
> > apparently is taken as an indication that I want things to be
> > rescheduled for that date, no questions asked. Not sure I like this
> > much.
> This implementation was to mimick the previous behavior we had with 
> `k m' (to mark an entry) then `k s' (to schedule it to the date at 
> point with no prompt.)
> I don't like having no prompt here too.  
> I just changed the behavior so that there is *always* a prompt 
> with `m m m B s' -- if the cursor is on a date, this date is the
> default time for the prompt, RET will reschedule to this date.

Thanks - this sounds much better. I hope Greg likes it too.
I ran a bunch of things past it and it worked perfectly (imo of course).

> > However, if I move the cursor off the date line before I issue the
> > bulk command, I get a date dialog, but it's a no-op: no matter what
> > I give it, things are rescheduled to today.

I also turned the time grid back on in the agenda and that's working without
errors too.


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