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Re: [External] : Re: [BUG] updating existing org date with time always s
Re: [External] : Re: [BUG] updating existing org date with time always sets time to 0:00 [9.6.1 (release_9.6.1-262-gd94f40 @ /home/dortmann/src/git-org-mode/lisp/)]
Wed, 22 Mar 2023 10:53:06 -0500
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Yes, C-c C-c works.
- In an org buffer, input: [1960-10-16]
- Set point between the brackets.
- Press C-c ! and enter.
- The result is [1970-10-16 Fri]
- I expected [1060-10-16-Sun]
But C-c ! enter is supposed to use [1960-10-16] as the default date
and not change that date to 1970.
(Yes, I am replying to the correct thread which corresponds to the
bug report submitted.)
On 3/22/23 10:10, Ihor Radchenko wrote:
Daniel Ortmann <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Since that existing timestamp at point is supposed to be used as the
default, we definitely have a bug
==>> ... Since that 'default' time is bumped up to 1970.
Clearly, the expected default behavior is not working as expected.
(Times after 1970 are fine.)
May you elaborate? Are you sure that you are replying to the right thread?