Todour 2.14

Download todour 2.14 from https://nerdur.com/todour-pl/

Note that if you are updating, this version will automatically check for updates ca once per week. If you’d rather not have that happen, there is a setting to turn that off.

    • Added a Show All checkbox that shows the contents of the entire done.txt as well. Good for checking old stuff. Note searching will be slow if you have a big done.txt file
    • Added possibility to use a tray icon. When the application is closed and tray icon is active, the application is minimized to tray instead. To quit, use the menu in the tray.
    • Added support for coloring due: tagged lines depending on date.
    • Added support for same shorthand with due: dates as with thresholds. Thus due:+2d will set the due date to 2 days from now. due:+3w is three weeks from now and so on.
    • Title now shows how many rows are shown of total entries
    • Checking for updates is now more visible (and selectable). Of course, no data is ever sent. Just check a version.
    • Added a ‘hidden’ feature of procrastination. Either use due: or t: with the usual shortform and ‘p’ and todour will change the date to a random number of days up to the number you specify.
      Example: t:+10p will put a date in the coming 10 days. And it will also add a ‘+procrastinated’ tag, so you know you maybe shouldn’t procrastinate the task again 🙂

 

Todour: Thresholds

Thought I’d perhaps explain thresholds a little bit.

Using the threshold determines when to show a task or keep it hidden (or optionally to sort it as an inactive task so you can see it but it’s sorted last and looks different).

So a line that is

2018-07-03 This is my task that won’t be shown until next year t:2019-07-03

Will be hidden until 2019-07-03.

Since it’s not so fun to have write these dates, it’s possible to use relative shorthand. So entering

2018-07-03 This is my task that won’t be shown until next year t:+1y

will have the same effect. Todour will replace the t:+1y with t:2019-07-03. You can use “d” for days, “w” for weeks, “m” for months and “y” for years. No combinations are possible though as I couldn’t see any need for them. Let me know if I am wrong 🙂

 

I added a different kind of thresholds as well. I am not sure if any other implementation supports this, but I wanted it so you got it 🙂

See the below example:

2018-07-03 This is a task with a +project tag

2018-07-03 This is a task that has a threshold of that +project tag t:+project

If you turn on the option of respecting thresholds for projects and contexts, the second line will be hidden until all lines with the +project tag have been checked or removed. This makes it possible to create dependencies between tasks, making tasks stay out of the way until something else is done.

Hope this is of any use.

 

 

Todour 2.13

Download todour 2.13 from https://nerdur.com/todour-pl/

  • Option to save deleted items in deleted.txt
  • Remember the content of search window if turned off
  • Remember the state of the Context lock toggle button when closed
  • Support for the threshold (t:) tag
  • Threshold tag can take relative days(d),weeks(w),months(m) or years(y) as argument when threshold tags are active (example t:+2d will change to a date in 2 days)
  • Threshold can have a +project or @context – stays hidden while there is an active task with that +project or @context
  • Threshold task can be treated as inactives (thus not hidden, but displayed differently)
  • Changed behavior: When editing a line with dates, a change of the dates will be respected as well (before the original date would be kept.

Thanks for the bug reports and suggestions.

Todour 2.10 – portable

A new release, 2.10, is now available on https://nerdur.com/todour-pl/.

This release is focused on fixing issues with the portable mode, so if you have 2.09 and are not using portable mode, this release has nothing new.

For the ones of you using portable mode, the application now takes the argument “-portable” and will then search for an .ini file in it’s current directory (there is a shortcut in the .zip archive that should start in the correct mode). The .ini file will be created in a directory called “Nerdur”.

Please try it out and let me know if it works as expected.

Todour finally open source and on GitHub

So, I finally got around to it. You can find the source code of Todour on GitHub https://github.com/SverrirValgeirsson/Todour

There is plenty of room for improvements as most of the code has grown organically from a minor experiment that I was doing some years ago and I don’t really code that much nowadays. Anyway, I put it under GPL for simple sharing in any form. Hope it’s of value to someone.