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hlascelles

Posted: Jan 21, 2013



I am the author of ToodleTask (the Android app), and have been asked a question on password issues a couple of times, so I've decided to add a comment here.

ToodleTask must confirm your authentication details with ToodleDo when you change your settings. If you play with your settings a lot, especially switching repeatedly between the "default folders" options, then ToodleDo (at their end!) thinks someone is tinkering with your account, an suspends it for one hour.

If you are having username and password issues, try entering the credentials without changing any other settings, then waiting an hour before adding a task.

Thank you so much to everyone for your 5 star ratings and suggestions!
hlascelles

Posted: Jul 28, 2011



Chrome 14.0.835.2 dev-m on XP... No greasemonkey or anything like that.

And of course, for reasons I can't explain, it's not doing it today. I'll let you know if I find the exact sequence of events....

Cheers!
hlascelles

Posted: Jul 28, 2011



That's it! Thanks Danny...
hlascelles

Posted: Jul 27, 2011



Generally, I appreciate the streamlining, but... I rather liked the somewhat more garish difference between bright green "ToDos" and greyed "Dones".

I hope there'll be some flexibility or themes coming.

Cheers!
hlascelles

Posted: Jul 27, 2011



A simple bug to replicate...

1) Create a task
2) When it is in the task list, open the notes field and type anything, but don't "finish" the edit. Leave the cursor in the box
3) Try to check off another task

Expected: The first task edit is committed, and the second is checked off

Actual: The second task receives the click, but remains unchecked


A simple one that has caught me out a couple of times.

Thanks, keep up the good work!
hlascelles

Posted: Jul 27, 2011



I can't see it either. The old design had it simply at the top, now it isn't there.

I don't need it for saved searches, so this isn't the computation power issue.
hlascelles

Posted: Apr 24, 2010
From Topic: Hour entry



Entering a due time in a task, for expediency I would normally just put in the hour eg "14"

In Toodledo this becomes 00:14, which seems extremely unlikely for a task.

Wouldn't it be a no brainer to have all 2 character times interpreted as 24 clock hours?

Cheers!