C-u M-x planner-create-task-from-buffer (March 8, 2004, 0) - dto on #emacs suggested a way to create tasks associated with planner pages.
Arch repository and dev snapshot should have working version of this.
Adding a prefix argument to M-x planner-create-task-from-buffer will
make it prompt for the plan page. If the plan page is different from
the current annotation, it will move the annotation into the
description of the task.
Proof-of-concept code for autosensing task information (December 27, 2004, 0) -
(defun sacha/planner-create-task-from-buffer ()
(let ((annotation (run-hook-with-args-until-success 'planner-annotation-functions))
planner tweak: What am I supposed to be doing? (December 14, 2004, 0) - This snippet helps me keep track of what I’m supposed to be doing.
I’ve bound it to F9 F9. Calling it with C-u brings me to the planner
page so that I can complete the current task or look at the context.
F9 F9 from that page will restore my window configuration.
(defvar sacha/window-register "w"
"Register for jumping
Brilliant idea! (February 26, 2004, 0) - Global planner IDs should be hyperlinks in their own right. They are of the form
But then how do we define anchors and references?
Reference: plan:///id-number or plan:///id-number/page,page,page,page (note: triple-slashes)
Or maybe plan:id-number[/page,page,page] for the anchor. Double-slashes will not be updated.
I want IDs because I’d like to e able to update notes in case of
Then this is
Planner Tip #2: Streamline undated tasks (October 31, 2005, 0) - One of the coolest things about Planner is the way you can tweak it to
fit the way you think. Customizing planner-create-task isn’t about
shaving seconds off your task-creation time. It’s about making it
easier to get tasks out of your head and into Planner.
Variables like planner-expand-name-default and planner-use-day-pages
make it easy to change Planner behavior to fit common