Download todour 2.20 from https://nerdur.com/todour-pl/
Moved the "Show All" checkbox to a menu
Added a "Stay on top" menu item
Fixed github issue 25 - Deleting of creation date
Added version information in Mac Build / Bundle
Added ability to change what character is used for "NOT" in search
Add a due: or t: if using a rec: without any due: or t:
* Undo/Redo support
* Bug: Search string could not include multiple spaces
* Qt 5.15.0
* Added possibility to remove duplicate lines (the mobile client I use for todo.txt has started adding doublets)
* Bug: Title not updated when automatic refresh
Download todour 2.19 from https://nerdur.com/todour-pl/
Todour 2.18 is a very small update again, but it’s available now.
* Possibility to change the application font size
* Updated Qt to 5.13
* Fixed interpreting UTF-8 in done.txt that was missed (thanks @fuchsmich)
* Fixed a segfault when exiting the program (thanks @richarddribeiro)
Download todour 2.18 from https://nerdur.com/todour-pl/
This is a very small update that mostly fixes a couple of Linux issues.
* Added support for "p" in rec: - This means that a reccurance can be random (note that this is non-standard)
* Removed the +procrastinated label from automatically being added when using "p"
* Fixed logout issues in KDE where the dock could stop logout from happening
Also, there was an issue with the Linux/.deb packaging. The application is built on a 32-bit machine but the package didn’t state that anywhere so on 64 bit system without 32 bit libraries the application simply wouldn’t run (and give no good error message). This is now fixed and the .deb file will require i386 dependencies.
To install on Ubuntu/Debian or similar that does not have the correct libraries already installed, something like the following is required:
> sudo dpkg -i Todour-v2.17.deb
> sudo apt-get install -f
Download todour 2.17 from https://nerdur.com/todour-pl/
The new rec: feature has been a great addition to how I use my todo-lists and I am using it quite a lot. Probably a bit more than I should be, but it’s nice with reminders “sneaking in” to the todo-list like they do using this feature, as I am not a very big fan of reminders popping up in my phone.
I though just thought of a little use-case I would like to have for things I want to be reminded of, but not all the time. Like for example working on Todour. I don’t have a schedule for it and I don’t want one, but it would be an idea having it pop up a bit randomly (I have lots of small projects that I would like to have like that).
Anyway, I added the “p” (as in procrastination) to the rec: key just now in my development branch and it’s actually pretty neat. Example:
Work with +todour t:2019-01-30 rec:15p
This line will show up at 30/1 due to the threshold and the rec: switch will create a line just like this one when I cross out this line. The new date in t: will now be the finished date + 1-15 days. So somewhere in the coming 15 day it will pop up again.
I don’t know if this is actually useful, and it’s completely non-standard of course, but it was easy to do and now it’s there to be delivered in the next version.
Time for some updates of Todour. This time the star is the rec: tag that has been added.
The rec: tag works by adding time as specified to any t: and due: tag you may have on an item.
My item rec:1d due:2019-01-10
Will create a new item when this one is crossed out as
My item rec:1d due:2019-01-11
As usual there are multiple ways of specifying the time to be added. d is for days, w for weeks, m for months, y for years, p for random (!?) and b for business days. A special thing to note is that all of this can be prepended with a + sign (rec:+1d) to make the recurrence strict. Then the recurrent date will not be from the date the item got checked, but rather from the date specified in the t and due fields. Please experiment with this.
Here is the complete change log
* Multiple thresholds supported on each line
* Added a Quit menu item
* More robust autoreload
* Qt 5.12
* Dark Mode support on macOS
* Support for rec:
* Support for "b" in shorthand and in rec: for business days
Download todour 2.16 from https://nerdur.com/todour-pl/
There is a new, bug fix version up of Todour.
The shortcuts should now work (keys), refreshing of files is more reliable and the rendering on mac is better. Enjoy.
Download todour 2.151 from https://nerdur.com/todour-pl/
This is the first Linux build since 2.02 that gets distributed. There is a debian package and a .tar.gz on the download page. I have been using a Linux build all the time since 2.02 and it is working very well, I have just never bothered learning how to do a .deb packaging. Now I did 🙂
Download todour 2.15 from https://nerdur.com/todour-pl/
- Check Version menu item added
- Support for URL:s in the list (right click = open URL)
- Items containing URL:s shown as underlined
- Live search is now turned off automatically when “Show all” is selected.
- FIX/Changed behaviour: Priority is now handled according to the standard. Thus removed when an item is checked (or moved. See options)
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 🙂
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.