Hi all, first just want to start by saying that I only started using Emacs a few months ago in order to use Org Roam; some tribulations of the expected learning curve aside, I’m so grateful for this tool and this community, whose discussions I have read and learnt from, though this is my first time posting.
This said, there’s now an issue that I’m worried may be linked to other issues. In short, when I start a fresh session of emacs, the minibuffer (it is the minibuffer, right? the single line at the bottom of the frame) says it’s processing my files. But at 56 files, it stops processing—or at least the minibuffer stops showing that it’s processing—and the message comes up, “Org property #+roam_key cannot be empty.” So I take it that there’s a note in which I’ve put in “#+roam_key” but then forgotten to enter the key. So:
0. Is this actually something to be concerned about?
- Is there a simple way to find that note without going through my 800+ notes individually? (I’ve looked in my org directory and opened the 57th file from top and bottom, but those aren’t the ones.)
- Are the files after those first 57 actually not getting processed?
- If so, could that be at the bottom of why syncing with Orgzly (through Syncthing) has been a mess lately, or would that likely just be a separate problem?
I’m apparently using emacs 27.1, and org roam version… well, I’m enough of a noob to also have to ask, how do I find out which version of org roam I’m using?