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While I'm trying to access any of the org-agenda options or commands! I always get this error Symbol’s value as variable is void: org-priority-highest and the list shows nothing even though I've set org-agenda-files correctly

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It's an problem of straight.el see here. I solved using a solution given by one user in the github isssue.

Thanks for answering and helping me heresay!

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The current name for the highest priority value is org-highest-priority instead of org-priority-highest. They changed the names in January 2020 in this commit. An alias was added for the old name, but there was a bug in the way it was done.

This bug appears to be in 9.3.6 and fixed in 9.3.7. Try updating your org-mode.

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  • I use straight.el as the package manger so I got latest commit in the repo! – Aadhish Jun 9 at 18:13
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    Maybe you have a mixed install? There are issues upgrading org-mode when it's already loaded. What if you uninstall and reinstall? – erikstokes Jun 9 at 18:15
  • I tried and uninstalling and reinstalling but the problem persists – Aadhish Jun 9 at 18:35
  • In that case I would first restart with emacs -q and do the minimum to reproduce the error. Use M-x toggle-debug-on-error to get a backtrace to the point in the code generating the error. If the error is in org-mode you can submit a bug report – erikstokes Jun 9 at 18:48

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