Switching back to chronological notes (November 23, 2004, 0) - I guess most of my readers (Hi Mom!) check this site once a day, or
something like that. They read from top to bottom.
So why am I using reverse-chronological order?
Good thing it’s easy to (setq planner-reverse-chronological-notes nil).
(setq planner-reverse-chronological-notes t) is recommended for sites
that have lots of updates and people checking back every five minutes.
My site isn’t
Really funky Planner sorting (June 29, 2005, 0) - The following code sorts completed tasks in reverse-chronological
order and incomplete tasks in chronological order. This makes it
easier to see the next action (top of list) and the last action (first
(defun sacha/planner-sort-tasks-by-date ()
"Sort tasks by date, status and priority."
(let ((ch (char-before))
Adding an arbitrary extension to your planner files (June 7, 2005, 0) - Do you want all of your planner files to have a TXT extension so that
they’ll be searched by tools such as Google Desktop or Apple Spotlight?
Use the ‘rename’ tool to add .txt extensions to all of your files, or
use the following code to rename all of your planner files from a
running Planner setup:
(defun my-rename-planner-files ()
Note guids (December 7, 2003, 0) - Notes should probably have GUIDs so that I can do update-notes as
well. However, note updating does not really make sense with
remember-planner-copy-on-xref set to nil…
How to use remember-planner (November 8, 2004, 0) -
How do you file your notes under specific topics? Like all your
short stories are under short stories, right? How does that work?
You can use remember-planner to quickly add notes to planner files.
After setting up remember-planner according to the notes in
remember-planner.el, use M-x remember to open a buffer for notes. It
starts out with a link to