The function org-footnote-at-reference-p indicates when you are
in a footnote. Here's the docstring:
Is the cursor at a footnote reference?
If so, return a list containing its label, beginning and ending
positions, and the definition, when inlined.
I found this function by using M-x apropos with the pattern
"org footnote" and browsed the results to find ...
IIUC, you want to remove the time grid completely:
(setq org-agenda-time-grid nil)
The doc string for org-agent-time-grid should provide some guidance if what you want to do is different:
org-agenda-time-grid is a variable defined in ‘../org-mode/lisp/org-agenda.el’.
Its value is
((daily today require-timed)
(800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000)
You must put this snippet in file called .dir-locals.el in the project root. This file is read by emacs with special evaluation rules in place which differ from those with which .emacs and most other .el files are read.
The culprit is the calendar code: it needs special treatment. See Calendar Localization in the Emacs Wiki. You need to add this code
(setq calendar-week-start-day 0
calendar-day-name-array ["Domingo" "Segunda" "Terça" "Quarta"
"Quinta" "Sexta" "Sábado"]
calendar-month-name-array ["Janeiro" "Fevereiro" "...
You seem to be on a MAC, but the PDF key in the bibtex contains a Windows path. Maybe Zotero should export differently?
Not sure if this helps but I setup the variable
(setq bibtex-completion-library-path "~/cloud/Papers/")
to the path which contains all my papers. And then the bibtex entries only have the name of the file (with no path) in them.
The state change is done by the function org-agenda-todo which goes to the buffer and does (org-show-context 'agenda). The doc string for org-show-context says:
Make sure point and context are visible.
Optional argument KEY, when non-nil, is a symbol. See
‘org-show-context-detail’ for allowed values and how much is to
That leads us to ...
TODO states may be modified in agenda views by setting the org-agenda-todo-keyword-format variable. To hide the TODO state entirely, use the following line in a org agenda custom command:
org-agenda-todo-keyword-format is a variable defined in ‘org-agenda.el’.
Format for the TODO keyword in ...