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    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe
    Wow, fantastic, thanks @munen!
    Alain M. Lafon
    @munen
    🙏🏻
    Alain M. Lafon
    @munen

    I noticed that some keybindings have a different standard shortcut than in Emacs. For consistency (and to re-use or train muscle memory), imo it's good to have the defaults set the same as in Emacs. Some keybindings are even shorter than what org-web proposed before as default (ctrl+shift+- to undo unstead of ctrl+/ or moving headers around).

    Some of the keybindings also don't work (on non-Macs) as they are caught by the system. For example ctrl+n, ctrl+p and ctrl+t are shortcuts that are already assigned to the browser in Linux and Windows.

    I have created a PR to set the default keybindings to the defaults from Emacs: DanielDe/org-web#67

    Gus Cantieni
    @gcantieni
    Hi! I'm wondering if there are any options to specify how org-web handles backup files
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe
    Hi @gcantieni! No, there are currently no options surrounding backup files. What kind of options are you looking for? Are you simply looking to disable them, or do you want more fine-grained control of some sort?
    Taylor Sutton
    @tsutton
    Hiya! I see in the source that the google drive oauth scope was changed at some point. Is that change live? I'm trying to log in with google drive right now, and it's requesting full drive access
    (This is from just now - https://i.imgur.com/xyUWJHi.png)
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe
    Hi Taylor, I think I may have forgotten to deploy that change. I’ll deploy the latest code in about an hour, which should fix the problem
    Taylor Sutton
    @tsutton
    Thank you :)
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe
    that should be live now, @tsutton! (you may need to clear your local browser cache)
    Ally-B
    @Ally-B
    Hi Daniel, I can't praise your efforts highly enough, all those Org features on my iPad!! Sadly I'm strictly user, so not able to help much with the project. I noticed your plans include support beyond Dropbox and Google. Can I pitch for Sync - they have a 5Gb free option and most importantly they don't scan your documents for advertising. A second question - is it possible for the scheduled items in the Agenda to fire off reminders. My memory is increasingly poor! Open a reminder page or play an audio file, anything really. Thanks again. Al
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe

    Hi @Ally-B, thanks so much, I'm really glad you find it useful!

    I've not heard of Sync - is that the same thing as SyncThing? That one is already on the list here: DanielDe/org-web#5

    Regarding reminders, no, this isn't currently possible. I'd love something like that too, but this isn't possible for web apps on iOS (which is what I use), so I haven't even attempted it. It sounds like something that might be possible on Android, but unfortunately I won't find the time to build that for quite a while.

    Ally-B
    @Ally-B
    Thanks Daniel - I should have included the link - https://www.sync.com/
    Ally-B
    @Ally-B
    I can imagine it would be difficult on iOS. I'm not an android guy either. Can I navigate between headers with the keyboard? ta Al
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe

    Yeah, there are some basic keyboard shortcuts (though not all of them work super reliably due to interactions with other keybindings). You can also customize them.

    Click the settings/cog icon in the upper right hand corner and then click "Keyboard shortcuts" to see a list and modify them

    Gus Cantieni
    @gcantieni
    Hi @DanielDe Sorry for the long response time: I was looking for a way to disable them, but now am thinking they might be necessary haha
    The most pressing thing that I've noticed for my personal workflow is that it seems the capture templates don't work if there's no heading
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe

    No worries!

    Yeah, currently capture templates require at least one header in their path. A suggestion for now is to create an * Inbox header or something in your capture file

    Supporting capture with no header should be pretty straightforward, actually. I'll try and do that sometime in the next few days!
    Gus Cantieni
    @gcantieni
    Ah that would be amazing!
    I could also help out if need be!
    I just happen to use a workflow that is a flat hierarchy
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe
    just to clarify the behavior - if no header is specified, its simply added at the end of the file?
    yep, I totally get that!
    Gus Cantieni
    @gcantieni
    Yep!
    Just as like a top level header
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe
    got it
    I'll ping you here when that's live
    Gus Cantieni
    @gcantieni
    Amazing thanks so much!
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe
    hey @gcantieni, I just implemented that feature and pushed it up to org-web.org! You can now leave a header path blank for a capture template and it'll create a top-level header
    (you may need to clear your browser cache to get this change if you try it right now)
    let me know if you find any issues with that!
    Ally-B
    @Ally-B
    Thanks for keyboard short cut customization - will up the keyboard 'arrows' work for navigation?
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe
    Unfortunately, no @Ally-B. The arrow keys aren't supported right now for keyboard navigation. But you can use ctrl+p and ctrl+n
    Gus Cantieni
    @gcantieni
    Ah thanks so much @DanielDe works great!
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe
    Glad to hear it :)
    Jakob Schöttl
    @schoettl
    hey, this looks very promising! i wanted to try it in the browser with a custom org file but i get this error in the JS console (after a short "getting list [of files]" and a redirect):
    cb=gapi.loaded_0:209 GET https://content.googleapis.com/drive/v3/files?pageSize=30&q=%27root%27%20in%20parents%20and%20trashed%20%3D%20false&fields=nextPageToken%2C%20files(id%2C%20name%2C%20mimeType%2C%20parents) 403
    zu @ cb=gapi.loaded_0:209
    n @ cb=gapi.loaded_0:209
    Cu @ cb=gapi.loaded_0:210
    (anonymous) @ cb=gapi.loaded_0:210
    g @ cb=gapi.loaded_0:182
    c @ cb=gapi.loaded_0:177
    (index):1 Uncaught (in promise) {result: {…}, body: "{↵ "error": {↵ "errors": [↵ {↵ "domain": "us…e Exceeded. Continued use requires signup."↵ }↵}↵", headers: {…}, status: 403, statusText: null}
    Promise.then (async)
    (anonymous) @ google_drive_sync_backend_client.js:134
    t @ google_drive_sync_backend_client.js:133
    getDirectoryListing @ google_drive_sync_backend_client.js:148
    (anonymous) @ sync_backend.js:54
    (anonymous) @ index.js:8
    (anonymous) @ redux.js:476
    (anonymous) @ index.js:22
    ha @ react-dom.production.min.js:4439
    (anonymous) @ react-dom.production.min.js:5048
    l @ scheduler.production.min.js:49
    p @ scheduler.production.min.js:111
    L.port1.onmessage @ scheduler.production.min.js:219
    cb=gapi.loaded_0:209 GET https://content.googleapis.com/drive/v3/files/root?fields=id 403
    zu @ cb=gapi.loaded_0:209
    n @ cb=gapi.loaded_0:209
    Cu @ cb=gapi.loaded_0:210
    (anonymous) @ cb=gapi.loaded_0:210
    g @ cb=gapi.loaded_0:182
    c @ cb=gapi.loaded_0:177
    before that, i just authenticated and authorized org web successfully
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe
    hi @schoettl! Sorry for the delay in getting back to you here. I think this is related to a quota issue with Google Drive. Any chance you have access to a Dropbox account you can try?
    I'll look into this quota issue right now
    @schoettl this seems to work fine for me. I've found some indications online that this could have something to do with using a bad client ID/token. Are you trying this on org-web.org, or from your own deployment of org-web? If its the latter, you'll have to configure your own API key for Google Drive (some info here: https://github.com/danielde/org-web#synchronization-back-ends). I'm happy to help you get that set up!
    sachinmaiya
    @sachinmaiya
    Hmm, What does insert timestamp do? The link at the bottom of the body of the outline. It seems to add a carriage return and nothing else. I am using firefox on a mac. I sort of expected it do what org-insert-timestamp-inactive would do.
    Thanks for org-web btw. Looks great. I am having a great time re-orging stuff. :)
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe

    Thanks @sachinmaiya! Glad to hear you’re finding it useful!

    Indeed that is what “insert timestamp” should do. It’s possible something is busted in Firefox, I’ll check it out!

    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe

    @sachinmaiya that should be fixed now! Changes are being deployed now and should be visible within a minute or two.

    It looks like on desktop browsers the textfield was being dismissed due to the textfield losing focus before the button could be clicked. And when the textfield was dismissed, the button disappeared too, and then there was nothing to click on! Not sure why there was different behavior on desktop vs. mobile.

    sachinmaiya
    @sachinmaiya
    @DanielDe Works like a charm! Thanks
    Daniel de Haas
    @DanielDe
    great!
    Nick Römer
    @ronnac
    I tried to log in to my Google drive via org web. The authentication succeeds, then I'm back on the org-web log in screen. What am I doing wrong?
    Nick Römer
    @ronnac
    2) actually, the link that is supposed to describe how to create a token describes something else https://developers.google.com/drive/api/v3/quickstart/js