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Doubted Edwardo

Posted: Feb 11, 2011
From Topic: $.getJSON fails



No Problem. I guess I'll have to use an XMLHttpRequest to get tasks then, or use the method you pointed out earlier?
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: Feb 10, 2011
From Topic: $.getJSON fails



http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.getJSON/
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: Feb 10, 2011
From Topic: $.getJSON fails



Thanks for the reply. I don't think this is the problem as using an XMLHttpRequest object works fine and the example on the jQuery page which loads data from flickr works too. I'm wondering if the problem is from the syntax jQuery uses in the URL it sends to toodledo. The URL passed to flickr is "http://api.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_public.gne?jsoncallback=?" and the query string is {tags: "cat",tagmode: "any",format: "json"}. jQuery then turns this into "api.flickr.com/services/feeds/photos_public.gne?jsoncallback=jQuery15030959770146949384_12973796825 94&tags=cat&tagmode=any&format=json&_=1297379682628". Is this structure not recognised by Toodledo?
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: Feb 09, 2011
From Topic: $.getJSON fails



Hey, does anyone use jQuery to get info from toodledo? I've found that the built in ajax query always fails with a No Transport error.
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: Nov 04, 2010
From Topic: Sync help



Hi, I'm currently writing an application to sync tasks to the desktop. I was wondering if anyone had tips on an elegant way of syncing data? The way I see it I need to save 6 dates, the last time a task was edited, added or deleted on the server, and the same for my application. It can be done with 3 dates but that can't cope with data being changed in both locations before syncing. This all depends on the time being set correctly in Toodledo as well now that there is no getServerInfo. Is there any better of syncing data that's reasonably idiot-proof?

EDIT: Wow, just saw the flowcharts in the API docs. Really impressive work there, answers all my questions!


This message was edited Nov 04, 2010.
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: Jan 26, 2010
From Topic: Slim and future tasks



Oh sorry, I didn't mean that. I was asking how long the future tasks stay hidden for. I'll just fiddle round with it and I'm sure I can work it out.
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: Jan 22, 2010
From Topic: Slim and future tasks



Thanks for the reply. I was wondering what the current implementation is? When will my tasks with a due date in the future show up?

A better implementation of sorting in the slim version would also be very welcome.
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: Jan 19, 2010
From Topic: Slim and future tasks



I had a quick search of the forum but couldn't find anything related to my problem. I'm using the slim version on my desktop and view tasks by tag so I can just see the tasks I need at a specific location (I don't use context as you can't apply multiple contexts to a task). In this view I'm not seeing a task that has a due date in October, no start date and high priority, although this does show up in my hotlist. What I find odd is that tasks with start dates in the future are showing up. It seems like 'hide future tasks' is only half implemented with no way to turn it off. Is there a way to show the October due date task in the tag view?

This message was edited Jan 19, 2010.
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: May 18, 2009



Being able to access Toodledo via SyncML would be a help with this. Your list could then be sync'd with an online SyncML server and there are clients which will sync with iPod's and, I think, WM's. Wikipedia has a good list of the currently available resources, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syncml I don't want to sound like I'm going on about this but I reckon SyncML would solve quite a few of syncing problems people are having.
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: May 06, 2009



I'm currently using Samurize as I can stop maximised programs covering it. I think the differences are generally minor but have a look here for a quick comparison of the two http://lifehacker.com/5087956/customize-your-own-killer-enigma-desktop (you'll need to scroll down a bit). In terms of memory my current config has a few system meters and the RSS feed and is using just under 3 MB's of memory.

Oh and it's Nick btw. Doubted Edwardo is, well, a long story but I still quite like using it.
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: May 06, 2009
From Topic: Goosync Integration



If anyone is thinking of trying to do this, this article may come in handy http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/xml/library/x-syncml3.html#resources . Bit old but the links still work.
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: May 06, 2009



Well, when configuring the RSS feed you have to manually set up the 'click' behaviour. The advantage of that is you can set it so when you click on the task it will launch a program, the toodledo AIR app for instance, if you didn't want to open the browser. Of course you can also set it to open the task in Toodledo on the web. Hope that helps.
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: May 05, 2009



This may be an obvious feature for many but I was very happy when I found I could do this. Using Samurize, or Rainmeter, you can embed an RSS feed directly onto the desktop. Doing this with the Toodledo RSS hotlist feed gives you a constantly updated list of tasks that require attention, right on your desktop! The links can also be configured to point to whatever you want, even a program, so you could point the link at an app that lets you access Toodledo without launching a browser.
Doubted Edwardo

Posted: May 02, 2009



A SyncML ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SyncML ) implementation would be great as we could then sync with many of the programs and devices that support SyncML, or have a SyncML plugin, without any extra work by the Toodledo developers.

This message was edited May 02, 2009.
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