|Subject:||RE: [emacs-wiki-discuss] Planner index (was Re: Making planner si mpler)|
|Date:||Wed, 15 Dec 2004 09:31:35 -0000|
> > planner was that the table formatting is nowhere near as good as in
> > org-mode, even with table.el loaded.
> Hmm. Should be possible to hack that in, although I currently have no
> clue as I don't use fancy tables that much. Anything you want in
> particular? =)
No, I don't do anything fancy either, but it would be nice to have something better than: -
fkdjs || kfjdklsfj || jfdkslfjdsf
438924389 | 4837249328473284932v | 437
when looking at wiki pages in emacs. In particular I'd like something to align/realign columns that doesn't interfere too much with standard text editing.
I know table.el has better functionality but I find myself not using it because of ergonomics: it asks too many silly questions (e.g. how on earth am I meant to know how many rows I want in my table when I create it?), requires using the mouse too often and has a disconcerting time lag when typing anything into a cell.
> > the plan pages where all my project notes are. I explained
> that all they had
> > to do was scroll down, but the first impression was bad.
> Perhaps the
> > indexes for plan and day pages could be separated.
> You mean like http://sacha.free.net.ph/notebook/wiki/WikiIndex.php ?
> Please load planner-experimental.el and republish your wiki index.
> That should probably do the trick. If it works for you too, I can
> merge the code into planner.el...
Yes, that's exactly what I mean. Perfect, thanks.
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