In the good old days (ie last week before I did a M-x package-list-package U x) when I clicked on a SCHEDULED: <...> link, it would popup the org-agenda view. Now it does nothing and displays No link found. Is there a way to restore the old behaviour?

C-c C-o org-open-at-point also fails in the same way yet the docstring for that says:

On top of syntactically correct links, this function also tries
to open links and time-stamps in comments, node properties, and
keywords if point is on something looking like a timestamp or
a link.

... so I don't think I'm trippin!

EDIT 20190112: I tried with emacs -Q but it made no difference.

I got a copy of org-mode-release_9.1.14 and the good old behaviour is restored. So I'm leaning towards a regression that's crept in.

  • i would file an issue/bugreport – user3496846 Jan 12 '19 at 10:28
  • Yeah - I have done. Haven't heard back yet. – wef Jan 12 '19 at 10:39
  • Apparently it has been fixed upstream - but I have no idea how to get it into melpa. It'll no doubt flow through in the next update cycle. – wef Jan 12 '19 at 12:10

Here is the fix: https://code.orgmode.org/bzg/org-mode/commit/f9596eb47219794ae66c29bf4a091c478ccf5830 which can be back-ported to the latest release_9.2 / org-plus-contrib-20181230

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