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* [bug] Potential agenda display bug
@ 2011-06-08 19:35 Rasmus
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From: Rasmus @ 2011-06-08 19:35 UTC (permalink / raw)
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I am not quite satisfied with the look of my Agenda when the diary is
included (which it needs to be)[fn:1]

Previously, Bastien added a fix to:

 "puts multiline diary entries on a single
line when it makes sense (i.e. when lines don't start with a diary time

I noticed this is my agenda today: 

  Diary:      Turn in paper; Status: CONFIRMED		(UID: n76mq9j54mlhctptk53du8n1c4@google.com); Inger (1930); Status: CONFIRMED		(UID: 3505199c-0241-401c-a296-20b0f9f2c3cc)

And corresponding diary code:

%%(and (diary-block 6 8 2011 6 8 2011)) Aflever Polle-Opgave
   Status: CONFIRMED		(UID: n76mq9j54mlhctptk53du8n1c4@google.com)
[... ignored some 5000 lines ...] 
%%(diary-remind '(diary-anniversary 6 8 2000) '(7 6 5 4 3 2 1))  Inger (1930)
   Status: CONFIRMED		(UID: 3505199c-0241-401c-a296-20b0f9f2c3cc)

Here is the display from diary

Wednesday, June 8, 2011:  Shavuot
Aflever Polle-Opgave
   Status: CONFIRMED		(UID: n76mq9j54mlhctptk53du8n1c4@google.com)
 Inger (1930)
   Status: CONFIRMED		(UID: 3505199c-0241-401c-a296-20b0f9f2c3cc)

These should be probably be separated by a \n in the Agenda... Otherwise
I'd easily miss the second event. 



[fn:1] This is somewhat a sequel to a previous thread:

Sent from my Emacs

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