I spend a decent amount of time in org-mode, using Emacs + iTerm2 on a Macbook Air. I fixed a recent annoyance I encountered when using Emacs org-mode to track time for a project.
Org-mode has a handy
time tracking feature
and as the manual points out both
be used to call various functions for adjusting recorded time. In
particular I wanted to use
org-timestamp-down to add some time for a
CLOCK item I had forgotten to start before a Skype call.
Obviously though, I hadn’t used
S-M-down previously because when I
did instead of adjusting the time, I only got the raw escape code
I tried adjusting the settings in iTerm2 to no avail, so after a bit of a meandering search down the emacs rabbit hole I found a solution that worked well for me.
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One handy tip in discovering these keybindings was to use
display the raw keycodes:
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This can also be done use
C-q in emacs if you prefer, both will give
you the results you need.