SPC m sI can schedule the date of the TODO, but it does not set the time. I have to then navigate to the actual TODO property and manually add the Hour:Minute. Was not sure if there was a way to do this through a shortcut or something.
SPC m sthen I get the date prompt. But I can type in the time there and it adds it to the schedule timestamp.
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heyarneoops. yup, what worked
heyarneEvidlo: your solution tells me rgrep exited early because
find: -exec: no terminating ";" or "+"
Evidlowhat was your search query?
EvidloIt uses grep, not find
heyarneyes i saw that.
find -exec grepbasically, to restrict file types i guess?