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* sparse TODO tree and priorities - with a custom face
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@ 2022-03-30  2:17 ` Ram Bhamidipaty
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From: Ram Bhamidipaty @ 2022-03-30  2:17 UTC (permalink / raw)
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I understand that org-priority-faces is only used for agenda views. 
However when viewing TODO items I find that the lack of additional 
context in the agenda view makes thinking about the TODO items more 

Whereas with a sparse tree the TODO items are presenting with the 
associated positions in the hierarchy, which is very useful for me.

What I want is a way to visually see the high, medium and low priority 
items. For example "A", "B" and "C" items could be shown in a different 

How can I do that?

Thanks for any info.

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