On Sun, Sep 23, 2012 at 1:11 PM, Bastien <address@hidden>
You can refile a note from the capture buffer with C-c C-w.
Kalev Takkis <address@hidden
> Is it possible to take a note in org-capture and to specify one or
> several files to put the message into only after the note is written?
I added a command to /copy/ the note instead of refiling it: C-c M-w.
Finding the copying location works the same way than for refile. So
now you can copy the item from the capture buffer to several files.
The available process is a bit different: capture, edit, refile or copy,
> The workflow I have in mind is first pressing C-c c to take a note;
> selecting the type of note I'd like to take; typing the message,
> pasting a link etc., finishing the note, with C-c C-c and then ending
> up in a list of available *.org files (which could already be on
> display in a window next to capture window) from which I can select
> the file(s) where to send the note to.
then finalize the capture process.
Two months of googling! Phew. :)
> After some ferocious googling
> for the past two months it seems that this kind of system does not
> exist (right?).
Yes -- hence the different process describe above.
> But would it be possible to write something like that? After
> consulting with the org-capture.el file I have some doubts, all
> capture templates expect the destination file to be known beforehand,
Please try the new feature if you can (it is in the git master branch)
> and the filename is resolved early in the capture process. There is
> a template where a function is supposed to find the target and which
> is described as the most flexible way, but since the capture already
> happens in the target file in an indirect buffer, I don't think it's
> flexibility is enough.
> What do you think, is there a way to do this?
and let me know if it helps.
Thanks, I tried it out and it seems to work. Hopefully it will be useful for others too.
Another thing I've been meaning to ask: org-capture-mode-hook seems to be triggered twice, why is that? It was also present in the previous version of org that I used, 7.8.02 and I can confirm now it's there in the latest git version also. If it's not a bug but a desired feature can I disable it from running twice? I'd like to attach some code to it and getting the results twice is slightly annoying.