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dgeveke

Posted: Nov 18, 2013



The latest version, 3.2.1, fixed the "crashing with canceling search" bug, as you promised it would. Thank you Toodledo! I just gave your app a five-star rating.
dgeveke

Posted: Nov 05, 2013



That's Great! If I'm correct, that means in a few days to a week, or so, it should be approved by Apple. Looking forward to that. Thanks!
dgeveke

Posted: Nov 05, 2013



Glad to hear it. Thanks!
dgeveke

Posted: Nov 05, 2013



For the life of me, I can't understand why this is not an option. Examples of where this would be extremely useful are daylight savings time (first Sunday of every 12 months) and holidays (Thanksgiving, Memorial Day, Labor Day, etc.). Last year, in 2012, this question was asked in the forum "Need to repeat a task on a specific day" by tariqbamadhaj and the answer from Toodledo was that it is not available. Well make it available!
dgeveke

Posted: Nov 05, 2013



Version 3.2.0 is an improvement indeed. However, having said that, I am having a very reproducible crash situation. When searching in Tasks, if I cancel before deleting the search term, Toodledo crashes. If I delete the search term and then cancel, it doesn't crash. Please fix this bug.
dgeveke

Posted: May 13, 2013
From Topic: iOS App Version 3.0.5



Further to Edu's post, there is really only one interface problem that bugs me. When editing a note in a task, the Save button (in the upper right-hand corner) has a dark blue font with a moderately dark blue background. This has got to be one of the worst combinations for ease of reading. In the next version, please consider using a white font on a blue background similar to the convention used by Apple.
dgeveke

Posted: May 10, 2013
From Topic: iOS App Version 3.0.5



Give me an older version too. In the latest version, after editing a task, say half way down the list of tasks, you are automatically brought back to the top of your list. Then you have to scroll down to the middle if you want to edit the next item, and then you go back to the first item on your list again. If you edit 10 items, this gets tedious. The older version didn't move you to the top of the list, but kept you where you were.
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