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DesktopTodo 1.3 has been released. More about it here :
This release fix a critical issue with note that has length more than 4000 characters. It also feature multi edit date. Below is the detailed changelog :
* add multi edit date
* fix : crash when task and notebook has long notes (more than 4000)
* fix : general task selection (completion, future, low priority and status) not updated after item edit and delete even after being refreshed
* other minor changes
DesktopTodo 1.3.1 has been released. You can check it out more here :
Updates since 1.3.0 :
- add highlight on special start/due date : today, tomorrow, overdue
- fix : start/due date sorting wrong for some times
I have just installed DesktopTodo v1.3.1 and I am slightly disappointed at how long it takes to load. It is over 5 seconds before I see a splash screen and then a further 25 - 30 seconds before the application is available.
Is there a reason for this long load time - I don't think it has to do much at that point? I haven't used the application much yet because it is still quicker to fire up Chrome and use Toodledo web, but it looks like it could be a really good desktop task management app if it could be speeded-up.
I am sorry for the late reply. I have been busy with 1.4 development and haven't been monitoring this forum often lately. It's been released BTW and I'll be posting it on another post.
I am aware of first load time issue and still trying to minimize it in the process. However, some part of the load time can be a bit tricky to suppress. .Net Framework and third party libraries that I use already contribute to some initial loading time before my code have a chance to do anything yet.
It's not an excuse though, just want to give some picture on factors contributing to initial loading time. I am hoping to allocate more time to do more profiling and optimizations to speed things up after some more functionalities has been implemented/established (I still have some on my lists). Hopefully, the initial loading time can be reduced more.
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