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TaskUnifier: Multiplatform



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xzonisy

Posted: Sep 12, 2011
Score: 1



Posted by TaskUnifier:
Really strange...

Could you go in "plugins", delete the file ending .jar (something like bd6c451c-3f29-4675-8eb6-95ffbb668ee2.jar)

Then copy this file :
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16988318/TaskUnifierPluginToodledo.jar
into the "plugins" folder (you do not need to rename it)

Then synchronize again and send me again the log files ?

Thank you very much


hi TaskUnifier

i arealdy replace the *.jar and mail the log to you
Benjamin Leclerc

Posted: Sep 13, 2011
Score: -1



Hi p.houska,

Thanks for the suggestions.

1) This is too specific, when you start it, it is to show the window imho.

2) This is a good suggestion, will be implemented in next release
Benjamin Leclerc

Posted: Sep 13, 2011
Score: 1



Hi xzonisy,

The error is thrown by java it self...

Are you behind a proxy ?
OS ?
Do you have the latest java version ?
xzonisy

Posted: Sep 13, 2011
Score: 1



Posted by Benjamin Leclerc:
Hi xzonisy,

The error is thrown by java it self...

Are you behind a proxy ?
OS ?
Do you have the latest java version ?


yes, i am behind the proxy, i am using windowXP SP2, and JAVA is 1.6.0_02-b06

is it any problem, because 0.87 is woking :D


This message was edited Sep 13, 2011.
Benjamin Leclerc

Posted: Sep 13, 2011
Score: 1



Could you update java and try again.
You have java 6 version 02, and now the latest version is java 6 version 27...
xzonisy

Posted: Sep 13, 2011
Score: -1



Posted by Benjamin Leclerc:
Could you update java and try again.
You have java 6 version 02, and now the latest version is java 6 version 27...


oops~ i can't update it, because Win AD system control it.

Ben and TU, thank for your help, i am good at 0.87 :D
Benjamin Leclerc

Posted: Sep 14, 2011
Score: -1



Version 1.2.2

- Major:
- BF 3407645: Check single instance with OpenJDK
- Bug fixed: Duplicate repeat tasks

- Minor:
- Improved settings error handler
- If minimize to system tray, close will minimize
- Edit column: double click to edit
- Confirm deletion of multiple notes/tasks
- Mac OS: Dock icon badge
- FR 3409266: Quick add task: new shortcuts
richardvcao

Posted: Sep 17, 2011
Score: -1



Hi,

I'm new to Taskunifier and I think it's a great program.

I apologize if this question has already been asked but I couldn't see it when I scanned through the topic.

Is there anyway to have no time associated to a task. In Toodledo, I often leave the time blank unless I have a specific due time. Toodledo will default the end of the day in the background. However, when this is synced with Taskunifier, it then becomes the beginning of the day and all my task become overdue.

Is there something I can do for this?

Great work.
Benjamin Leclerc

Posted: Sep 18, 2011
Score: 1



Hi,

You have to go to Settings -> Use due time / Use start time.

When this is unchecked, you won't see the times in TaskUnifier anymore, and it will be correctly synced to Toodledo.

Of course, the task already synced with a time of 0:00 should be changed manually, or in TaskUnifier, to resync them correctly.


This message was edited Sep 18, 2011.
Benjamin Leclerc

Posted: Sep 23, 2011
Score: -1



Version 1.3.0

- Major:
- FR 3299328: Manually sort tasks
- Reminder window with snooze & dismiss options

- Minor:
- FR 3409738: Exit option in system tray menu
- FR 3368353: Start date reminder
- BF 3410679: Afternoon hours in calendar view
derek m

Posted: Sep 24, 2011
Score: 1



Im testing out the product and the synchronization with my Toodledo pro-account and I've found a few flaws...

1. The due date displays improperly. In the Settings it says it will display as MM.DD.YYYY and in the column view it displays as DD.MM.YYYY.
2. If you have "indent subtasks" checked and the column for tasks/subtasks is not wide enough to show the entire title, it automatically pushes the title to the left - removing the indentation. This creates a visual inconsistency. Instead, I'd suggest just cutting off the text that will not fit.
3. From what I can see, there is no way to quickly switch from subtask to parent task. when "indent subtasks" is left unchecked.

As stated before, the developer seems to be very responsive, and I'm optimistic that these issues can be addressed. If they are, this is the best thing going for Toodledo users on the Mac.
Benjamin Leclerc

Posted: Sep 26, 2011
Score: -1



Hi,

1. MM.DD.YYYY is not available in the list, so it will be hard to select it (but I have added this missing date format in the list for next release :) ). Did you restart TU after having chosen the date format ?

2. Tested and even if the task title is too long, the subtasks are still indented. Could you try again ? Send me a screenshot ? (taskunifier@me.com) Thanks !

3. I will think about it, thanks.

Ben


This message was edited Sep 26, 2011.
Benjamin Leclerc

Posted: Sep 29, 2011
Score: 1



Version 1.4.0

- Major:
- FR 3413981: Customize toolbar buttons
- FR 3414743: Improved reminders

- Minor:
- Mac OS: Custom dock menu
- Select parent tasks action
- FR 3413942: Size of task template window
- FR 3413936: Date & Time in status bar
- FR 3414476: Improve calendar design
- BF 3413808: Scroll when "add task" is cancelled
- BF 3414376: Time edit in task table
- BF 3415102: Wrong template in batch add tasks
d8tabase

Posted: Oct 01, 2011
Score: 1



Benjamin,

I just started using taskunifier. I noticed a column that can be selected in TU call order. I thought that might allow me to fine tune ordering task but it doesn't let me edit the values.

So I was curious as to how that field can me used and what your intentions are for that column.

Jim
Benjamin Leclerc

Posted: Oct 02, 2011
Score: 1



It is explained in the help "Manually sort tasks".

In order the manually sort tasks, you must select the column "Order" (ascending) as first sort order column (of the task searcher). Then you will be able to drag & drop tasks in order to sort them manually.

So, you do not need to display this column if you don't want to, because you simply have to drag & drop the tasks.
Benjamin Leclerc

Posted: Oct 05, 2011
Score: -1



Version 1.5.0

- Minor:
- Improved templates
- Improved edit task searcher window
- FR 3415965: Improved copy paste from other softwares
- FR 3416832: Escape to close windows
- FR 3416035: Shortcut to save task edit window
- FR 3416782: Remember task edit window size & location
- Bug fixed: Configuration synchronization tab
- BF 3417932: Quick add task special chars
ranjit.chawla

Posted: Oct 07, 2011
Score: -1



Hey Benjamin!

Kudos for another quick update!

I have a quick question, since you have a plugin architecture, are you per chance planning an evernote plugin? and if its not too much to ask, do you have a timeline for release in mind?

Also, I might upgrade to Toodledo Pro Plus if Task Unifier supports Toodledo's attached documents ... does it?

Thanks a ton!

Ranjit
Benjamin Leclerc

Posted: Oct 07, 2011
Score: -1



Hi Ranjit,

1) Not planned for the moment, and to be honest, I don't know if it will be ever planned.

2) No because Toodledo's API doesn't support attached documents.
(but it could be a good feature request to send to Toodledo's admins)


This message was edited Oct 07, 2011.
ranjit.chawla

Posted: Oct 07, 2011
Score: 1



Great! Thanks for the quick response!
Biggamal

Posted: Oct 09, 2011
Score: -1



Have you considered implementing the full screen Lion feature for the Mac version?

Amazing app btw.
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