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dave

Posted: Sep 22, 2009



My understanding from my reading is that if I were to use a context of "project", then none of the subtasks would appear in any other contexts unless I had explicitly flattened the display. I do not know what would happen if I left the context blank. Would they only appear in the "no context" context?

Please understand, half the reason I'm trying to replace OmniFocus is that I'm periodically "losing" actions, either though sync issues or weird bugs. If there's even the smallest chance of individual actions not being visible when and where I need to see them, I might as well go back to looseleaf paper, you know?

That being said, that user style is very nice. I'll need to play some more. Thanks for the link.
dave

Posted: Sep 22, 2009



I'm liking absolutely everything about Toddledo except for the interface to folders and contexts. I am a traveling consultant, and have (require) contexts for every client site, plus all the standard contexts (Phone, Computer, Home, etc). There just isn't enough room in a tab bar at the top of the window to control these.

My projects are 5 times as bad.

Unfortunately, subtasks do not present a solution as, in my methodology, projects do not (can not) have a context. Folders are the nearest equivalent, but I am once again limited by the screen real estate set aside for the tab bar.

I would kill for the ability to run a vertical folder (or context) list on the left or right of the main screen. The firefox add-on gets *closer*, but I can't see the projects and the actions at the same time.

Anyone have any ideas? OmniFocus is being really funky and slow for me, and I'd love to scrap it.


This message was edited Sep 22, 2009.
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