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Posted: Feb 09, 2010

A better option for hiding the sidebar and headbar for google calendar: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/8507

Posted: Jan 27, 2010

It's actually just the Toodledo website in the grid format. I just moved the timer column next to the task column. The Netvibes widget is sized so that only those two columns show, though if I'm in a task crunching mode I'll widen the widget so I can see the majority of the page at once.

If specifics are needed:
On the top right below Collaborators, Filters, Sort, etc you'll see Customize with several icons next to it.

Blue and white with a green plus sign icon to add columns (so you can turn on the timer column if it's not there).

Blue and white with the yellow pencil icon to move columns around (so you can move the timer column next to the task column).

Two columns of black lines icon to switch to the grid mode if you're in multi line format.

Posted: Jan 23, 2010

To chip in a month later, I've stopped using due dates because I'd get way too discouraged with all the red screaming at me from my list. (I use Pocket Informant on my iPhone and it colors the background of all overdue tasks with red.)

I use start dates to help with planning instead.

Posted: Jan 23, 2010

For the Google Calendar side: http://userstyles.org/styles/20945

For Netvibes:
I messed with a few from here: http://userstyles.org/styles/browse/netvibes.com including this one: http://userstyles.org/styles/21738

I ended up with the following for the Netvibes page:

@namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml);

@-moz-document domain("www.netvibes.com") {

#top { display: none !important; }

/* Tabs */
#divTabs { display: none; }

/* Main div: removes the left padding */

/* Columns: removes the top padding */

/* Removes the footer */
#footer {display:none!important}

/* Widgets: removes extra margins */
/* Regular widgets */

/* Gripper: reduces its size */


This message was edited Jan 23, 2010.

Posted: Jan 13, 2010

That code was a lifesaver for me until lifehacker wrote about WebApplicationTab

It's a persistent tab as well but more straightforward than the code in the error console, and easier to reopen if you close it.

I have mine set to a Netvibes page with Toodledo in one widget and Google calendar in another widget. Throw in some stylish scripts and the whole thing gets nice and streamlined and Netvibes practically disappears.

Screenshot here.

This message was edited Jan 13, 2010.