I like using org agenda column view to view my important TODO items. To make that happen I use the following code:
(setq org-agenda-overriding-columns-format "%TODO %4PRIORITY(Pri.) %50ITEM(Task) %3POM_Estimate(Est.) %6POM_Pomodori(Poms) %6POM_Interruptions(Ints) %TAGS %16CLOCKSUM_T(Today's Clocksum)") (setq org-agenda-view-columns-initially t) (setq org-agenda-custom-commands '(("." "Simple agenda view" ((tags "+today" ((org-agenda-span 'day))) (agenda "")))))
As you can see, the second column of my "agenda table" is the TODO's priority. I like to change these priorities a lot, and often I'll remove the priority entirely.
The problem is that after upgrading from 8.2 to 9.1 all of my TODO's with empty priorities appear to have a priority of "B". Also, when I try to remove the priority in the agenda view I get this message:
user-error: No priority cookie found in line
This of course makes sense because when I leave the agenda view the TODO isn't marked with a priority. It just looks like the priority is
B in the agenda view.
This is especially confusing to me because it used to work with Org 8.2. Has anyone else seen anything like this?