|author||Bastien Guerry <email@example.com>||2013-04-08 16:19:43 (GMT)|
|committer||Bastien Guerry <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2013-04-08 19:25:09 (GMT)|
org-clock.el (org-clock-resolve): Enhance the content of the help window
* org-clock.el (org-clock-resolve): Enhance the content of the help window.
1 files changed, 5 insertions, 1 deletions
diff --git a/lisp/org-clock.el b/lisp/org-clock.el
index 2a41e93..6274afb 100644
@@ -926,19 +926,23 @@ was started."
(with-output-to-temp-buffer "*Org Clock*"
(princ "Select a Clock Resolution Command:
-i/q/C-g Ignore this question; the same as keeping all the idle time.
+i/q Ignore this question; the same as keeping all the idle time.
k/K Keep X minutes of the idle time (default is all). If this
amount is less than the default, you will be clocked out
that many minutes after the time that idling began, and then
clocked back in at the present time.
g/G Indicate that you \"got back\" X minutes ago. This is quite
different from 'k': it clocks you out from the beginning of
the idle period and clock you back in X minutes ago.
s/S Subtract the idle time from the current clock. This is the
same as keeping 0 minutes.
C Cancel the open timer altogether. It will be as though you
never clocked in.
j/J Jump to the current clock, to make manual adjustments.
For all these options, using uppercase makes your final state