I see, but the values (without an extension) are dimmed in color when not set. So, why not "simply" set the text color to the background color - effectively hiding it from display while still retaining an area to click on. Not a CSS/HTML programmer, but does that make sense?
Technically, that would work, but I think that some customers would not know where to click if the thing that they need to click on is invisible. I believe that this would decrease usability for some users.
If you want to set the text color to white just for yourself, you can do this by using a 3rd party browser plugin called "Stylish". You will need to find a friend who knows CSS to help you make the change for your browser.
I should have mentioned "Toodledo Highlighter" displays the hidden (non-set) values in a dimmed state when hovering the mouse pointer over the task. That seems to be a workable compromise, that is, hidden non-set values until hovered over.
I may check out "Stylish" too. Thanks again.
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