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Re: ems-interactive-p and org-agenda-next-line



Hi Peter,

Nothing really to add but strangely I noticed the exact same issue today
after returning to work and trying to use the agenda.

There is certainly an issue.


Kind regards

Bart

prayner <prayner@unimelb.edu.au> writes:

> It looks like the advice in emacspeak-org.el for org-agenda-next-line
> isn't being executed. If I set up an org agenda view then down-arrow
> (or ctrl-n) through it I usually get something like todo /tasks while
> executing emacspeak-speak-line gets what I expect. Replacing the
> ems-interactive-p call in the loop assigning the advice with a
> function guaranteed true I get what I expect. Replacing the
> ems-interactive-p with ems-debug-interactive-p generates a message
> saying "debug nil" although not all the time.
> Is this an odd interaction with org-mode?
> cheers
> Peter
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