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[O] org-mobile-push and SUMO buffer

From: Ramon Diaz-Uriarte
Subject: [O] org-mobile-push and SUMO buffer
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2012 15:06:24 +0200
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Dear All,

I think that the behavior of org-mobile-push has changed in some recent
update. Since a few days ago (when I upgraded to v. 7.9.1-2, from Debian),
whenever org-mobile-push runs, a new agenda buffer called *SUMO* is
created, and the display redrawn. I can see (in file org-mobile.el) where
this code lives.

Now, I am not sure to understand this new behavior, nor if I should try to
override it, nor what is the recommended approach. This is my problem:

- I often have a bunch of org files opened in a single Emacs frame (split
  horizontally and vertically, etc).

- One of the windows in that Emacs frame is always the org-mode agenda,
  called *Org Agenda*, and generated with M-x org-agenda (this command I
  call as soon as I start up that Emacs).

- Then, when org-mobile-push runs (either because it tell it do so, or
  because the timer says so), the display gets redrawn, and I get only two
  windows, one with *Org Agenda* and the other with the *SUMO* buffer.

  This is very annoying to me because:

a) as far as I can tell, the info in both buffers is the same;

b) I get all my previous window setup messed up; yes, I do get back to it
with winner mode. But I'd rather not have to do that every 30'.

I guess I could hack the org-mobile.el file so that org-mobile-push does
not redraw the display, or rename the org-agenda-buffer (either globally
or just for org-mobile), etc, but I think there is something much simpler
that I am missing. How can I fix this problem?



Ramon Diaz-Uriarte
Department of Biochemistry, Lab B-25
Facultad de Medicina 
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid 
Arzobispo Morcillo, 4
28029 Madrid

Phone: +34-91-497-2412

Email: address@hidden


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