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Now there is a dedicated function for this (see org-time-stamp-inactive). For example: (defun my/timenow () (interactive) (let ((current-prefix-arg '(16))) (call-interactively 'org-time-stamp-inactive))) (define-key org-mode-map (kbd "<f1>") 'my/timenow) You can also skip the prompt with two universal prefix arguments: C-u C-u C-c !.


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In trying to answer your problem, I ran into M-x regex-builder, which may help you as you try to build these regular expressions. Anyways, you've only defined 4 characters to match: something that's not a # or space something that's an :alpha: a space an equals sign This regex will get you most of the way there: [[:alpha:]]* = as it will highlight zero or ...


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You can do that using timers. Define a function to print out the time in the echo area: (defun announce-time () (message (format "The time is %s" (format-time-string "%H:%M" (current-time))))) and set up a timer to run it at some initial time and every hour thereafter: (run-at-time "00:00" 3600 #'announce-time) You can cancel the timer if you don't ...


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