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I'd use use-package, treat org-agenda as separate package, defer its loading and declare org-agenda-files there. It should load the variable just before the agenda is loaded. Alternatively I guess that you can exclude that file from your init file, and use add-to-list in org-agenda-mode-hookor any other convenient place you'll call before loading agenda-...


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The solution I settled on was to remove the setting for org-agenda-files from my .emacs and instead to set org-agenda-files within some file local variables in the org-mode files that were actually relevant to the agenda. i.e. a block of code like this at the end of those files: # Local Variables: # eval: (setq org-agenda-files '("/-:somehost:somefile.org"))...


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Adding the org layer to Spacemacs solved the issue, things work just fine now.


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I found the answer by searching for variables with "agenda" and "clock" and "report" using Helm. The variable org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist can be modified with the following key/value pairs: :stepskip0 t :fileskip0 t I modified the variable using Emacs' customize screen, but then I moved it from custom.el to my own init.el, and this works for me:...


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For starters, my suggestion would be to use DEADLINE: rather than SCHEDULED:. See The Org Manual: Deadlines and scheduling for an explanation of the distinction. Namely: SCHEDULED Meaning: you are planning to start working on that task on the given date. and DEADLINE Meaning: the task (most likely a TODO item, though not necessarily) is supposed ...


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You can accomplish this by defining a function such as my/org-agenda-insert-efforts that inserts the sum of the efforts next to the heading for a particular day after the agenda has been generated. The function only considers scheduled items for a particular day: (require 'cl-lib) (defun my/org-agenda-calculate-efforts (limit) "Sum the efforts of ...


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