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Optional row-centric visualization (instead of column-centric) #22
Most of my agenda entries are much longer than high. Therefore I would love to see an alternative style for example for a week where Monday is the first row (instead of the first column) in the layout. Tuesday is the row below and so forth. In contrast to the usual weekly agenda, I would love to see a second column with either next week or the second half of the current week (see image below).
My content could be displayed much better since with the current calfw, I only see the Org-mode file and probably the first two words of each entry - which is not of any help in most cases.
I attached an example sketch of a view I would like to use:
So it's more or less the same way as now but in a transposed form.
Yes, a wide-width view is useful, especially for org users, because org schedule items have many properties and connections to other information.
I would make a new view which has a single column view, like the MHC view.
I think the implementation of the two column view is not so difficult, employing the implementation of the single column view.
The problem is my spare time. Currently I'm busy for my full-time job...
I just want to mention that I met a couple of guys desperately looking for a cool Org-agenda visualization like yours. However, all of them said that this would only be of any use with the horizontal layout I suggested above.
If you find any spare time, this would be a great improvement for lots of people out there!
@novoid Yes, I agree, Org doesn't do dual column. I would like that too, and hope this feature does get implemented.
As for @skyer9, I'm not sure what the word list above means, and I'm not trying to push Org agendas when they aren't the right view, but in Org Agenda you can set the number of items shown each day (custom row count?), set the number of days shown (custom cell count?), customize the format of each line, etc.