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Re: [O] Question about todo subheadings and logbook

From: Keith M Swartz
Subject: Re: [O] Question about todo subheadings and logbook
Date: Sat, 5 Sep 2015 11:26:37 -0700

A ha! YES -- that's my confusion! I wrote C-RET, but I was actually typing M-RET. I'm not sure when I developed that habit (probably the awkwardness of going C-RET but M-right to indent confused me at some point), but now it all makes sense.

Kinda feel silly now, especially since I made it worse with the typo. So thank you for the patience and for setting me straight!


On Sat, Sep 5, 2015 at 1:39 AM, Nicolas Goaziou <address@hidden> wrote:
Keith M Swartz <address@hidden> writes:

> I think there's some misunderstanding here regarding my initial question.
> I do NOT want the subheading to go between the first one and the logbook.
> When I hit Ctrl-Enter at the end of the line, that's where it goes.

Aren't you confusing M-RET and C-RET?

At end of line, M-RET inserts the second headline right before the first
one, i.e., between the first headline and its logbook drawer. OTOH,
C-RET inserts the new headline past the whole subtree starting at the
first headline, i.e., after the logbook.



Keith M Swartz

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