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chr.ver

Posted: Jul 09, 2014



Jake,

Thanks for the quick response.

I understand the API is the way forward (if I want to keep 2-step auth).

I also understand I can fetch nearly everything I want via calls like:
- http://api.toodledo.com/3/tasks/get.php?access_token=yourtoken
- http://api.toodledo.com/3/notes/get.php?access_token=yourtoken
(docs via api.toodledo.com)

But I'm not clear on the authentication part. Could you please outline the most simple setup here so that above api calls would work for my userid and app-specific id.

Much appreciated, and of great interest to a lot of people I presume.

Thx,
Chris
chr.ver

Posted: Jul 08, 2014



Hi,

Previously I had a script running at set intervals (crontab) that pulled https://www.toodledo.com/tools/backup.php so that I had a full backup of Toodledo. This was done using curl providing my username and password. See below for the relevant lines.

I recently switched on 2-step authentication. But now I can't seem to login to the site anymore, even with an application specific password. Any ideas how to resolve this? (and I prefer not to switch back from 2-step authentication)

curl --silent \
--cookie-jar $thisCOOKIEJAR \
-d email="$LOGIN" \
-d pass="$PASSWORD" \
https://www.toodledo.com/signin.php

curl --silent \
-o $thisEXPORTFILE \
-b $thisCOOKIEJAR \
https://www.toodledo.com/tools/backup.php

Rgds,
Chris


This message was edited Jul 08, 2014.
chr.ver

Posted: Jan 15, 2014



I use this firefox extension https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/vocabulary-highlighter/ to color-code words on the toodledo page. Of course this won't be available through the API, but it's an OK workaround.

Of course I also second this request to have color coding.
chr.ver

Posted: Jan 11, 2014



... and just for clarify. The scroll wheel you might have in the middle of your mouse is most of the times the "middle" button. So you can press the wheel iso scrolling and this will be a middle click. This will open the link in a new tab.
chr.ver

Posted: Dec 19, 2013



I'm also very interested in this. Let me make a suggestion to all those developers out there: spend time on this instead of yet another android app or desktop app. Someone with html5 skills could implement all this rather easily while also incorporating offline support. I'd be a paying subscriber to that (note to Toodledo: adding this to your lineup and I'd be Platinum in a second).

I played around with TileTabs in Firefox (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/tile-tabs/) to achieve a column layout (using the m.toodledo.com). But for now I settle for the row layout iso of the column layout (though this does impose a "mental" cost every time).
chr.ver

Posted: Dec 09, 2013



Hi,

You actually don't need an extension or addon for this. In Firefox and Chromium for instance you can click any link with the middle mouse button to open in new tab. No configuration needed. (But of course you could change this if you'd want to in the browser settings.)

Rgds,
Chris
chr.ver

Posted: Nov 20, 2013



I'd like to repeat a suggestion I made before to the developer(s). An intermediate step could be to allow to pass the sort order via the url (?sort1=1&sort2=3... etc). Bookmarking the links would then solve the problem.
chr.ver

Posted: Oct 29, 2013



There's a Greasemonkey script that does just this. It adds a multi-edit box to each page where you can make a selection of your Toodledo tasks. On this set you can then execute several actions such as "Add Tag".
https://userscripts.org/scripts/show/85745

Of course this comes without warranty as it is developed on top of the Toodledo page. That said, I use it quite often without any problems.
chr.ver

Posted: Oct 17, 2013
From Topic: Folders features



Though unrelated and external to the toodledo app, you could achieve a similar result by installing this addon in Firefox:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/vocabulary-highlighter/

You could then specifiy the folder names and the colors or other highlights you might want.
chr.ver

Posted: Oct 11, 2013



Hi,

In Firefox, the keyboard shortcut ? does not work. It does work in chromium though.

Anybody else suffering from this and maybe found a solution?

(System: linux mint 14 with firefox 24)

Rgds,
Chris
chr.ver

Posted: Oct 09, 2013



If I'm correct, the new functionality like lists and outlines are not yet exposed through the API. Hence no third party applications can incorporate them just yet. We'll have to wait.
chr.ver

Posted: Sep 26, 2013



Hi Jake,

Any chance for a keyboard shortcut to toggle between those states?

Rgds,
Chris
chr.ver

Posted: Sep 26, 2013



Hi,

I like to view my tasks in the "indented" view with each subtasks nicely ordered under its parent.

Per parent, I can hide the subtasks by clicking the icon.

I'm looking if I can hide all subtasks on the page? Like the hide/show dividers. This would greatly enhance navigation. Moreover if there would be a shortcut. Is there?

If not, anybody knows of a workaround?

Rgds,
Chris
chr.ver

Posted: Aug 28, 2013



There's a Greasemonkey script that does just this. It adds a multi-edit box to each page.
https://userscripts.org/scripts/show/85745

Of course this comes without warranty as it is developed on top of the Toodledo page. That said, I used it quite often without any problems.
chr.ver

Posted: Jul 12, 2013
From Topic: Best Android App(s)?



I'm using DGT ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dg.gtd.android.lite ) for at least a year now. Never had problems, excellent performance, steady future developments. Although the visuals are dated (pre ICS), it is loaded with functionality. Think of everything the webinterface has + dropbox integration + Tasker integration + etc etc.
For the moment still free (alpha version), but I bet it will become paying with a first release. Hopefully with updated visuals :-) Needless to say I'll buy.
chr.ver

Posted: Jul 05, 2013
From Topic: Color Coding



I use this firefox extension https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/vocabulary-highlighter/ to color-code words on the toodledo page. Of course this won't be available through the API, but it's an OK workaround.

Of course I also second this request to have color coding.
chr.ver

Posted: Jun 24, 2013



Salgud,

You might give iMacros a try ( https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/imacros-for-firefox/ ). It allows to record repetitve actions and replay from a bookmark. It works quite well. Most likely something similar exists for other platforms.
chr.ver

Posted: Jun 24, 2013



Jake,

I'd like to make a suggestion (for the regular web interface): why do you not allow for extra parameters to be passed via the url iso via javascript calls. This would allow for some more advanced use cases for those few who need it.

For instance, why not have a url like "toodledo.com/index.php?sort1=1&sort2=12&subf1=1" where
- sort1=1 means first sorting order on folder
- sort2=12 means second sorting order on goal
- subf1=1 means subtasks hidden
All these url parameters (sort1, subf1) are your internal parameters anyway that are passed via javascript.

To me it seems like you would just need to write an additional url parser. This doesn't seem too much work and would allow for advanced functionality if one requires it. Of course I could be wrong :-)


This message was edited Jun 24, 2013.
chr.ver

Posted: Jun 21, 2013
From Topic: Editing XML Files



I use XML Copy Editor for this purpose (http://xml-copy-editor.sourceforge.net). It allows for Xpath expressions and XSL transforms. This allows you to transform the xml in a structured way (say retrieve all tasks with a certain tag and goal). For more info, consult http://www.w3schools.com/xsl/xsl_languages.asp. Of course, if you only need to do simple actions, this might be overkill.
chr.ver

Posted: Mar 15, 2012
From Topic: Automated xml backup



Hi,

I'm trying to automate my backup process.

Starting from this link with code attached below
and this link

I brew something like:
curl --output /dev/null --form 'email=EMAIL' --form 'pass=PASS' --form 'remember=1' --cookie-jar ${root}/cookies.txt https://www.toodledo.com/signin.php
curl -O https://www.toodledo.com/tools/backup.php

Basically I replaced in the older scripts (< mid 2011) the url of the xml location (from toodledo.com/xml.php to toodledo.com/tools/backup.php.

Nevertheless it's not working ... cookies.txt is nicely stored and also the second command is executed, with headers returned that indicate the xml file attached, but the file itself is never saved ... Does anyone understand what to change here?

Suggestion to Toodledo: Provide a few easy script lines for us to have an automated retrieval. Maybe put a restriction on retrieval per day in order to protect your server load.

Regards,
Christoph



<CODE>
wget -O /dev/null --quiet --no-check-certificate --save-cookies cookies.txt --post-data 'email=you@email.com&pass=xxxxxxxx' https://www.toodledo.com/signin.php
wget --quiet --load-cookies cookies.txt http://www.toodledo.com/xml.php
</CODE>