Wednesday, April 02, 2008

getting from an action to its project

It's the >> link beside the drop-down project selector. I've added some more of those in a couple of other places. thanks to heller for the suggestion

Also there's a [P] link to match the action lists.


Anonymous Mike H said...

Hi Simon

One useability observation on this feature:

When viewing "Next Actions by Context", each action shows a [p] which links to its project.

If you click on the action itself, from the action view you now have to click on the ">>" after the drop down to jump to the project.

So there are two different symbols to do the same thing from a user perspective. Might be more intuitive is the indicator was consistent?

Anyway, just a suggestion from me. Thanks for the new development push on v3!

- Mike

5:02 AM PDT  
Blogger simon said...

Mike, yeah I realised the same thing just after I posted this. A newly uploaded version now includes the [P].

5:25 AM PDT  
Anonymous Mike H said...

Darn, that was quick!!

At this rate you'll be on version 4 by lunchtime...

5:29 AM PDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This burst of coding now qualifies as a rampage.

2:18 PM PDT  
Blogger Heller said...

When you move an action to a different project things go horribly wrong. The action stays in the original project and appears in the project it has been move too. A project with 'No Area' delivers "Attempting to retrieve the tiddler '(No Area)' from the 'file' server at:

'' in the workspace"

2:48 AM PDT  
Blogger Michael said...

Is the intention to be able to get from any tiddler (eg Reference items) to its associated project?

7:14 AM PDT  

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