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large annoying blank space at bottom of site
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traderli

Posted: Sep 28, 2013
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When I am in the "task mode" there is a very large blank white area below the bottom the the list of tasks (below the "total estimated length... and the rightside scrolling) and above the "contact us" etc. I can not get rid of it. The left side with a list of folders extends properly to the bottom.

I only seems to be a problem when I view by "folder".

It takes up a lot of screen area.

I am using Firefox.

Would you be able to give me some guidance on eliminating this?
Jason Bushell

Posted: Sep 30, 2013
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Create more tasks? :)

Could you post a screenshot? That might make it a bit easier to solve.
dgruver3

Posted: Oct 01, 2013
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same issue for me, though it happens on every type of view, not just folders. It cuts off about 3 lines or so of the list, which of course I can scroll up to see, but still, kind of a waste of space. I kept expecting that if I highlighted something, it's details (or some kind of additional info) would pop up in that space - which would be great (for instance, fields that are not displayed in the grid view, like the notes section for each task.

I don't know how to post a screenshot, but just imagine (on a laptop screen) a blank space about 1 inch high below the main listing for each type of view.
marius.eggerud

Posted: Oct 02, 2013
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Same for me.
I have created a ticket for this issue.


This message was edited Oct 02, 2013.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Oct 02, 2013
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Are you using the experimental fixed top feature in your account settings? This may be the problem, and is why this feature is experimental.
marius.eggerud

Posted: Oct 02, 2013
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Here are my settings:
Top is fixed and tasks scroll.
Grid (One line with columns)
Show note icon on the left.
Tags are sorted alphabetically.
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Oct 02, 2013
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The "top is fixed" setting is probably what is causing this. It is an experimental setting. Try turning this off and see if it helps.
Salgud

Posted: Oct 02, 2013
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Posted by Jake:
The "top is fixed" setting is probably what is causing this. It is an experimental setting. Try turning this off and see if it helps.


That is one loooooong experiment! ;)
Jake

Toodledo Admin
Posted: Oct 02, 2013
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Some experiments fail, like this one. But it hasn't failed catastrophically so we leave it up.
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