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Posted: Jun 08, 2009


Sorry, Fluid changed something, so there is now an extra step involved to activate the theme. Go to http://nonimage.com/labs/toodledo-desktop-for-mac/ and follow the new instructions. It definitely works properly now.

Posted: Jun 13, 2008

Hi folks

I've been toying with about 4 different themes for Toodledo, but at the moment I'm in minimal mode, and I made a theme to match.

THIS THEME WILL NOT SUIT EVERYONE. It might not suit anyone. But I thought I'd post it in case anyone wants to use it. So far it is really helping me stay focused on the tasks, without any peripheral interference.

Leave me some hate mail if you want :)


Posted: May 08, 2008

I've been using an app I created for the last week to view Toodledo. I made it using Fluid - fluidapp.com and so far I'm loving it. I have also created a custom stylesheet for it.

It's only for Mac and so far is at its early stages, but it seems stable. If you want to try it out go here - http://www.nonimage.com/toodledo-desktop-for-mac/ and let me know what you think.

(It's basically just a site-specific browser, so it's not storing your login details to send to me or anything).

Hopefully some of you will find it handy.

Screenshot here - http://flickr.com/photos/nonimage/2475658245/

Posted: Apr 30, 2008

Yes, that was the problem. I've fixed it now.

Posted: Apr 28, 2008

@toodledo i changed my css so that the 'toggle' button sits on the edge of the menu, but it is then not clickable for some reason. any ideas?

@qrystal i was actually thinking i would comment my css better so that it is easier for people to edit. will get on it

Posted: Apr 25, 2008

Ah great. Will get on this over the weekend when I get a chance.

Posted: Apr 23, 2008

the headings are misaligned. unfortunately there isnt much i can do. i aligned them properly for my setup, but if you add or remove columns from that, it makes them wrong again.

ideally i would be able to get in and change some markup, but that's never going to happen :)

Posted: Apr 21, 2008

@ryan yeah, this seems to be something to do with the markup or some css style i can't find, and therefore i can't seem to make the text wrap instead of disappearing.

@toodledo any ideas on this?

@jdoree so far both my fixed width and fluid width themes seem to work fine with your script (which is great btw).

do people prefer the new colour scheme for priorities?

Posted: Apr 20, 2008

ive started a fluid width theme. if anyone is interested in telling me how this works for their setup, i would appreciate it -

Posted: Apr 20, 2008

i can confirm that my theme now works with jdoree's toggle sidebar script.

now for the fluid width...

Posted: Apr 20, 2008

updated again, to accommodate jdoree's script, in theory. i will test it when i get back later. in the meantime let me know if it works!

Posted: Apr 20, 2008

Just update again with a slightly better menu.

Posted: Apr 20, 2008

Hi folks

I've updated the priority colour scheme to suit everyone, please let me know what you think.

I'm working on a fluid layout, but it is very tricky to get it to work for all setups without any access to change markup.

Go to the userstyles.org page and click the 'update' button.

Posted: Apr 18, 2008

@tarch, glad you got it working. i was about to email you. i'm going to work some more on this this afternoon, as per the comments made so far. i'll post here when i've updated.

could everyone who is interested in this theme please post how many columns you use in your setup? dont include the task name, or the checkbox or star, or 'add note/see note' icon. just the context, priority, etc. ive been working on a fluid layout and i may do different variations to suit different setups but id like to concentrate on the majority first.

thanks for all your words folks


Posted: Apr 17, 2008

@jdoree i'm looking into how i can do this without breaking you script or mine. will let you know if/when i manage it. the problem is that removing the 2 !important means my layout doesnt look as good which was the whole point. i'm hoping to move things around to suit both of us.

@tonyboyle thanks for the feedback. the dea with the light grey was based round my own usage. if i don't assign priority to a task, to me that means its not very important. i liked the sliding scale of black/grey according to priority.

i'm already realising that maybe i should have one theme for my personal use, and one that suits more people (i've already moved to a fluid layout version for my own use, but it only works well for the amount of columns i use). i'd be interested to know how people feel about the colouring of tasks according to priority. would you prefer a sliding scale to make high priority tasks more visible, or different colours for different priorities?

Posted: Apr 15, 2008

@jdoree Yeah sure, the only problem is that the !important needs to be there to override the existing css. Anyone got any ideas of how to solve this?

@Jeremy thanks. I don't know much about Camino, but the instructions for installing another theme I saw in Camino were
"In Camino, either paste this into your /Library/Application Support/Camino/chrome/userContent.css file. The theme will be applied when you restart Camino."
Hope this works for you. Please let me know if it does.

Posted: Apr 15, 2008

Hi folks

Loving Toodledo, but i'm afraid that the purple and green hurts my eyes. So I made my own Stylish theme. If you use it, please give me as much feedback as you can, as this is a work in progress. It works pretty well with my setup, but might not with yours.


Hope you like it


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