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IceHeartX

Posted: Sep 16, 2009
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parent tasks with completed child tasks in grid mode still appear as parent tasks (thus cannot be moved into another task as a sub task) despite having (apparently) no tasks in them.

I understand that this is likely intended functionality (saving completed tasks for posterity in their correct context) but am curious how others work around it.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Sep 16, 2009
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They do have subtasks in them, they are just all completed. So it is still a parent. You can reveal the completed subtasks by changing the filters.

Hope that helps.
IceHeartX

Posted: Sep 16, 2009
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it's a logistics thing.

if you delete a context, all the tasks that had that context suddenly go context-less.

would it be possible to add another option to the hover menu to convert parents into regular tasks, leaving all the children parentless? Or even a "clone this task without children" option would fit my goal here.

that way if I have a task with a bunch of completed sub tasks in it i can just dump the contents without having to move each sub task out via drag & drop.
Anders

Posted: Sep 16, 2009
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I can't say that I've ever felt a need to make a parent task into a subtask, but the clone parent only idea seems like it could be useful. Instead of promoting all the subtasks, you could just give the parent a repeat and complete it. As long as none of the subtasks are repeating, you would get a duplicate of the parent only.

Edit: I was trying this out, and noticed a little bug. When you complete a repeating parent task that regenerates without its subtasks, the next occurrence shows up with the "subtasks" icon (and it says "click to reveal (#) subtasks" when hovered on). It seems to think it still has subtasks, but if you click the icon, it converts into the "hand" icon that should have been displayed originally.


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