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GNU Emacs 30.0.50 (build 1, x86_64-apple-darwin20.6.0, NS appkit-2022.70 Version 11.7.6 (Build 20G1231)) of 2023-05-30 Org mode version 9.6.12 ( @ /Users/brucer42/.emacs.d/elpa/org-9.6.12/)

I customized the variable org-agenda-custom-commands via the F12-C ( C-c a C ) route to customizing the variable. It gets written to init.el. It operates properly. I am setting org-super-agenda-groups to nil for one of the agenda views. Actually a new command, x, though I would like customize the F12 t command but its setup is not visible in this variable.

When I restart emacs the customization is gone, though it still exists in init.el.

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  • Please show the code. Show what's in your init.el file for this.
    – Drew
    Jan 8 at 23:04
  • You're using a development version of Emacs - not a released version. Are you sure that the version of Org you have works with your Emacs dev version?
    – Drew
    Jan 8 at 23:05

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Well, I had "(org-babel-load-file "~/git/org-mode-doc/org-mode.org")" in my init.el file AFTER custom-set-variables WHICH OVERWROTE my customization. I changed the

(setq org-agenda-custom-commands" in the babbled file by adding
              ("t" "Todo" tags-todo "\"\""
               (
                (org-super-agenda-groups nil)
                ))

which affects the F12 t command in the way I desire ALTHOUGH it adds an entry to the *Agenda Commands* buffer. Definitely workable. My fingers don't have to learn a new command!

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