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carlaxelfranzon

Posted: May 23, 2012
From Topic: Alarm indicator



I have a question on the alarm feature. I can set an alarm and get my reminders (via Twitter currently).

What I am wondering about is the alarm icon that occasionally shows up next to the due date. Sometimes when I create the task, I see that icon next to the due date, and other times I don't.

It seems to work in grid view, but not in multi-line. And it does not always show in event details.
carlaxelfranzon

Posted: Jul 26, 2011



Looks good in Firefox; the only problem I have (was with old one too is that it doesn't all fit on my screen horizontally.

Good work! Thanks for the continued improvements!
carlaxelfranzon

Posted: Mar 04, 2010



Thanks for the answer.

I will try to just do it "manually". I like being able to link my actions with the emails.

Just started using toodledo, got the Pro Subscription. Great work!
carlaxelfranzon

Posted: Mar 04, 2010



I like using the firefox Addon to add tasks from webpages but have some strange things happen when I try and add a task from a gmail message, in particular with the url for the message. It works fine for other webpages, but when I try to "toodledo this page" for a gmail message it gives me the wrong url.

Example:
I have a message open, and right click "toodledo this page"; the box comes up to add the task, but the url in the notes is
http://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&view=bsp&ver=######
(where ##### is a series of characters, which remains the same no matter which message I click on using the firefox addon) when I click on this url in toodledo, I get a blank page

if I check the url in the browser window when I have the message open, it has something like this:
http://mail.google.com/mail/?shva=1#inbox/######
in this case, the ##### is a series of characters which is unique for each conversation. if I copy and paste this into the toodledo window, then when I click on it, I go to the message in question.

Any suggestions?
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