A new minor version of the addon is released, that resolves an interesting issue visible on Freeplane 1.6.1-alpha and later.
After a little break the add-on is back with new features.
A new a bugfix release was prepared to overcome the issues from the previous 1.8.x releases.
- The list by “Who” and list by “Waiting for” merging was fixed #50
- The “By Who” pane had a NPE #49
- A corner case parsing problem was fixed pending since 1.7.x releases #44
Thanks for @OttKostner for the bug reports and the test files!
An interim bugfix release was issued to the previous build.
This build fixes the issue originating from the change in preferences handling between 1.7.1 and earlier releases and the 1.8.x branch.
An about dialog is also added, and some minor tweaks were added to the task display, to show more concise results on the timeline list.
Bugs are likely to occur, please report them using GitHub.
This is a major rewrite of the interface. Bugs are likely to occur, please report them using GitHub.
- Task editor support added for labeling tasks as waiting for somebody, and waiting until a specific time for next action
- Task list modified to use radio buttons instead of tabbed interface. This is done to save lots of memory, as well as trying to make the add-on IOS compliant
- New hotkeys added to switch between task editor content
- The task list shows the waiting for and wait until properties as well
- The delegate view is modified to show both who the task is waiting for as it’s responsible
- The timeline view is modified to show the waiting for items on the correct date
- You can now mark items done straight from the tasklist
The about dialog is not currently finished, I’m seriously considering to skip that one altogether.
New version of the Freeplane GTD is released, this version features French translation by Marian Llabrés.
The add-on is available here.
This is the eleventh article in the attempt to form a blogging habit
This is the initial announcement of the availability of the first working version of a HTML 5 based freeplane viewer/editor.
I’ve been using Freeplane quite heavily, and it always caused a headache, that there is no way of accessing my maps from my phone or tablet. The only viewer available used Java applet, which is not even available on the desktop browsers anymore.
After digging deep inside the bowels of Freeplane OSGI resource loading and the flyingsaucer resource loading I’ve pieced together a solution to actually be able to display the built-in Freeplane items in the “browser”
The action list is redesigned, the priorities are displayed as icons, the done and incomplete items are displayed as icons. The contexts that have icons defined to them are replaced with their corresponding icons.
Right now it’s working and is a known waste of good memory (should reuse icons) #43
The flyingsaucer HTML renderer was updated to it’s last version.
#42 The checkboxes didn’t display properly under some OS-es
#41 Multi-level projects with HTML content are not rendered properly
#40 Fixed HTML entity handling, while keeping the formatted strings intact