|Subject:||Re: [O] agenda buffer: bulk remote editing: whats the use for mark vs mark for bulk?|
|Date:||Mon, 31 Aug 2015 21:12:03 +0300|
"m" adds a mark to the heading under point, "M-m" toggles the mark. SoXebar Saram <address@hidden> writes:
> hi all
> after reading the agenda buffer section in the manual i still cant
> make sense of the bulk remote editing commands and specifically the
> mark vs mark for bulk.
> my use case is simple , i want to mark a bunch of entries like in
> dired and execurte del/archive/change state etc
> using `m` to mark i can see that the entries are marked but cant seem
> to understand how to then delete/archive these marked file.
> also what is M-m for if i can mark with `m`?
> thx so much
multiple "m"s will always leave the heading marked, while multiple
"M-m"s will toggle back and forth between marked and unmarked. Hit "U"
to unmark all.
Then hit "B" to get a little dispatcher asking you what to do with the
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