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Re: [O] Bug: keys C-c C-c do not update in Emacs app, but in Terminal em

From: Maria Shinoto
Subject: Re: [O] Bug: keys C-c C-c do not update in Emacs app, but in Terminal emacs
Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2016 09:03:00 +0900
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Aloha Tom,

this seems to be the right direction. I updated from Melpa, which was recommended in several web pages about org mode. Will try to figure it out and write about my findings.


Am 14.08.16 um 08:58 schrieb Thomas S. Dye:
Aloha Maria,

When I press Ctrl-h v and type org-planning-line-re <RET>, I get this:

| org-planning-line-re is a variable defined in `org.el'.
| Its value is "^[        ]*\\(\\(?:CLOSED\\|DEADLINE\\|SCHEDULED\\):\\)"
|   This variable may be risky if used as a file-local variable.
| Documentation:
| Matches a line with planning info.
| Matched keyword is in group 1.

I'm not an expert, but I think your installation might be mixed, which
sometimes happens installing Org mode from ELPA.  See


Maria Shinoto writes:


Thanks a lot for your help、I tried the options, but CUA Keys were not
selected. There is nothing about CUA keys in my .emacs file either.

Now I put on the Debugger -- unfortunately, I do not know anything about

I set the cursor on a list item line with checkbox marked "X" and typed
C-c C-c, getting the typical message:

"Symbol's value as variable is void: org-planning-line-re"

This is the message I got in the Debugger, I hope this gives a hint to
my problem:

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-variable org-planning-line-re)
  org-element--current-element(330 element planning nil)

        \n" beginning-of-line throw exit :parent re-search-backward 
   :end outline-next-heading input-pending-p time-less-p current-time
interrupt org-element--current-element
:structure org-add-props plist-put org-element--cache-put plain-text eql
headline section inlinetask
plain-list item property-drawer node-property table table-row
:contents-end (plain-list table) ...] 9)

   [next restriction object-data completep objects parent
org-element--object-lex throw exit
:end get-text-property 0 plist-get nil :begin found :parent
org-add-props plist-put t
element property cache-limit pos object --dolist-tail-- value v] 6)
:begin get-text-property 0
plist-get throw exit :end :contents-begin :contents-end (32 9) (32 9)
plain-text property pos
last cend cbeg end org-element-object-restrictions restriction] 7)
org-element--affiliated-re org-element-parsed-keywords tag
org-complex-heading-regexp end org-comment-string ...] 7)
  call-interactively(org-ctrl-c-ctrl-c nil nil)



PS I had to delete all byte-code in order to get the message sent.
Really feel like a beginner...

Am 13.08.16 um 19:45 schrieb Axel Kielhorn:
   >> Am 13.08.2016 um 09:41 schrieb Maria Shinoto <address@hidden>:
   >> Message-ID:
   >> Hi,
   >> I am learning Org-mode and Emacs on a Mac, and got everything working
   >> fine, except for the key combination C-c C-c.
   >> C-c C-c should update states in certain contexts, e.g. toggle the
state of a check box and the counter of tasks finished in the header of
such a check box list.
   >> In the Emacs UI for Mac (not Aquamac), this key combination does not
   >> work, it is org mode version 8.2.10.
   >> It does work when I call emacs from the terminal though, where
org-mode version is 4.67c.
   >> Is there something wrong with the newer Org mode versions?
   > You probably have „Options | Use CUA Keys“ set in the GUI Version.
   > This maps C-C, C-X, C-V to copy, cut, paste.
   > Since the default is off (nil) you may have activated it somehow,
maybe an init.el you copied from somewhere?
   > I have the same Emacs you have and here everything ist fine.
   > Axel

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