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{:meta/version 1
;; Currently, we support either "Markdown" or "Org".
;; This can overwrite your global preference so that
;; maybe your personal preferred format is Org but you'd
;; need to use Markdown for some projects.
;; :preferred-format ""
;; Preferred workflow style.
;; Value is either ":now" for NOW/LATER style,
;; or ":todo" for TODO/DOING style.
:preferred-workflow :todo
;; The app will ignore those directories or files.
;; E.g. "/archived" "/"
:hidden []
;; When creating the new journal page, the app will use your template if there is one.
;; You only need to input your template name here.
{:journals "MyDailyNote"}
;; Whether to enable hover on tooltip preview feature
;; Default is true, you can also toggle this via setting page
:ui/enable-tooltip? true
:feature/enable-block-timestamps? false
;; Specify a custom CSS import
;; This option take precedence over your local `logseq/custom.css` file
;; You may find a list of awesome logseq themes here:
;; Example:
;; :custom-css-url "@import url('');"
;; When :all-pages-public? true, export repo would export all pages within that repo.
;; Regardless of whether you've set any page to public or not.
;; Example:
:publishing/all-pages-public? true
;; Specify default home page and sidebar status for Logseq
;; If not specified, Logseq default opens journals page on startup
;; value for `:page` is name of page
;; Possible options for `:sidebar` are
;; 1. `"Contents"` to open up `Contents` in sidebar by default
;; 2. `page name` to open up some page in sidebar
;; 3. Or multiple pages in an array ["Contents" "Page A" "Page B"]
;; If `:sidebar` is not set, sidebar will be hidden
;; Example:
;; 1. Setup page "Changelog" as home page and "Contents" in sidebar
;; :default-home {:page "README", :sidebar "MenuBar"}
;; 2. Setup page "Jun 3rd, 2021" as home page without sidebar
;; :default-home {:page "Jun 3rd, 2021"}
;; 3. Setup page "home" as home page with multiple pages in sidebar
:default-home {:page "README" :sidebar ["contents"]}
;; Tell logseq to use a specific folder in the repo as a default location for notes
;; if not specified, notes are stored in `pages` directory
;; :pages-directory "your-directory"
;; Tell logseq to use a specific folder in the repo as a default location for journals
;; if not specified, journals are stored in `journals` directory
;; :journals-directory "your-directory"
;; Set this to true will convert
;; `[[Grant Ideas]]` to `[[file:./][Grant Ideas]]` for org-mode
;; For more, see
;; :org-mode/insert-file-link? true
;; If you prefer to use the file name as the page title
;; instead of the first heading's title
;; the only option for now is `file`
;; :page-name-order "file"
;; Setup custom shortcuts under `:shortcuts` key
;; Syntax:
;; 1. `+` means keys pressing simultaneously. eg: `ctrl+shift+a`
;; 2. ` ` empty space between keys represents key chords. eg: `t s` means press `s` follow by `t`
;; 3. `mod` means `Ctrl` for Windows/Linux and `Command` for Mac
;; 4. use `false` to disable particular shortcut
;; 4. you can define multiple bindings for one action, eg `["ctrl+j" "down"]`
;; full list of configurable shortcuts are available below:
;; Example:
;; :shortcuts
;; {:editor/new-block "enter"
;; :editor/new-line "shift+enter"
;; :editor/insert-link "mod+shift+k"
;; :editor/hightlight false
;; :ui/toggle-settings "t s"
;; :editor/up ["ctrl+k" "up"]
;; :editor/down ["ctrl+j" "down"]
;; :editor/left ["ctrl+h" "left"]
;; :editor/right ["ctrl+l" "right"]}
:shortcuts {:editor/open-file-in-directory "meta+d meta+d", :go/journals "meta+g", :editor/open-file-in-default-app "meta+d meta+a"}
;; By default, pressing `Enter` in the document mode will create a new line.
;; Set this to `true` so that it's the same behaviour as the usual outliner mode.
:shortcut/doc-mode-enter-for-new-block? false
;; Whether to show command doc on hover
:ui/show-command-doc? true
;; Whether to show empty bullets for non-document mode (the default mode)
:ui/show-empty-bullets? true
;; The app will show those queries in today's journal page,
;; the "NOW" query asks the tasks which need to be finished "now",
;; the "NEXT" query asks the future tasks.
[{:title "🔨 NOW"
:query [:find (pull ?h [*])
:in $ ?start ?today
[?h :block/marker ?marker]
[(contains? #{"NOW" "DOING"} ?marker)]
[?h :block/page ?p]
[?p :block/journal? true]
[?p :block/journal-day ?d]
[(>= ?d ?start)]
[(<= ?d ?today)]]
:inputs [:14d :today]
:result-transform (fn [result]
(sort-by (fn [h]
(get h :block/priority "Z")) result))
:collapsed? false}
{:title "📅 NEXT"
:query [:find (pull ?h [*])
:in $ ?start ?next
[?h :block/marker ?marker]
[(contains? #{"NOW" "LATER" "TODO"} ?marker)]
[?h :block/ref-pages ?p]
[?p :block/journal? true]
[?p :block/journal-day ?d]
[(> ?d ?start)]
[(< ?d ?next)]]
:inputs [:today :7d-after]
:collapsed? false}]}
;; Add your own commands to speedup.
;; E.g. [["js" "Javascript"]]
;; By default, a block can only be collapsed if it has some children.
;; `:outliner/block-title-collapse-enabled? true` enables a block with a title
;; (multiple lines) can be collapsed too. For example:
;; - block title
;; block content
:outliner/block-title-collapse-enabled? false
;; Macros replace texts and will make you more productive.
;; For example:
;; Add this to the macros below:
;; {"poem" "Rose is $1, violet's $2. Life's ordered: Org assists you."}
;; input "{{{poem red,blue}}}"
;; becomes
;; Rose is red, violet's blue. Life's ordered: Org assists you.
:macros {}
;; The default level to be opened for the linked references.
;; For example, if we have some example blocks like this:
;; - a [[page]] (level 1)
;; - b (level 2)
;; - c (level 3)
;; - d (level 4)
;; With the default value of level 2, `b` will be collapsed.
;; If we set the level's value to 3, `b` will be opened and `c` will be collapsed.
:ref/default-open-blocks-level 2
:ref/linked-references-collapsed-threshold 50
:favorites ["nobelium" "学习目标" "更新日志" "README" "书单" "Git" "Logseq" "Contents" "MyRSS" "从WorkFlowy迁移过来的卡片"]
:journal/page-title-format "yyyy-MM-dd"
;; any number between 0 and 1 (the greater it is the faster the changes of the next-interval of card reviews) (default 0.5)
;; :srs/learning-fraction 0.5
;; the initial interval after the first successful review of a card (default 4)
;; :srs/initial-interval 4
;; hide specific properties for blocks
;; E.g. #{:created-at :updated-at}
;; :block-hidden-properties #{}
;; logbook setup
;; :logbook/settings
;; {:with-second-support? false ;limit logbook to minutes, seconds will be eliminated
;; :enabled-in-all-blocks true ;display logbook in all blocks after timetracking
;; :enabled-in-timestamped-blocks false ;don't display logbook at all
;; }
;; Mobile photo uploading setup
;; :mobile/photo
;; {:allow-editing? true}
;; Extra CodeMirror options
;; :editor/extra-codemirror-options {:keyMap "emacs" :lineWrapping true}
;; ignore #+keyword: for parsing page references in orgmode
;; :ignored-page-references-keywords #{"author" "startup"}
;; Quick capture templates on mobile for recieving contents from other apps.
;; Each template contains three elements {time}, {text} and {url}, which can be auto-expanded
;; by received contents from other apps. Note: the {} cannot be omitted.
;; - {time}: capture time
;; - {text}: text that users selected before sharing.
;; - {url}: url or assets path for media files stored in Logseq.
;; You can also reorder them, or even only use one or two of them in the template.
;; You can also insert or format any text in the template as shown in the following examples.
;; :quick-capture-templates
;; {:text "[[quick capture]] **{time}**: \n - {text} from {url}"
;; :media "[[quick capture]] **{time}**: \n - {url}"}
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