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Re: [O] Question about todo subheadings and logbook

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] Question about todo subheadings and logbook
Date: Fri, 04 Sep 2015 21:38:36 +0200

Keith M Swartz <address@hidden> writes:

> Here is an example to reproduce some questionable results:
> 0. Create a set of TODO labels, like so:
> 1. Create an item, make it a todo. (Creates a logbook.)


> 2. Create a subheading. (Alt-Enter, shift-right)

>From where?

> Make it a todo. (This adds a line to the logbook saying the state
> changed to TODO, even though the previous line says the state already
> is TODO. You can't tell which state changed.)
> 3. Cycle the state on your sub-todo to PEND. (Changes the state in the
> logbook.)
> 4, Go back to the main heading and cycle the state to PEND. (This creates
> ANOTHER logbook right underneath the heading showing the state change. The
> original record for when it was marked TODO is in the other logbook, but
> there are two such entries, and it's not obvious which one is which. You
> could probably infer logically that the older entry is for the main
> heading, but if states keep going back and forth, you'll lose track
> quickly.)

I cannot reproduce this. It creates the following document:


  * PEND test
    - State "PEND"       from "TODO"       [2015-09-04 ven. 21:37]
    - State "TODO"       from              [2015-09-04 ven. 21:33]

  ** PEND test2
     - State "PEND"       from "TODO"       [2015-09-04 ven. 21:35]
     - State "TODO"       from              [2015-09-04 ven. 21:34]


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