I'm really excited that there are many people finding GTDAlt useful,
it means I will try my best to find some time to smooth out these
problem, hence possibly related to a new webkit/new safari. Try the
following: Change the output of the command from HTML to new
document. This would give you a (rather large I gather) HTML file.
Save this file, and try to open it with various browsers. At least
this will tell us if the problem is a webkit problem or not. (Note,
that trying to mark actions as completed while in this setting, i.e.
in the browser, will definitely not work, but the sorting etc should
work just fine).
Can you change the sort order by clicking on the column headers?
Are you on Leopard or Tiger?
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
On Nov 14, 2007, at 6:13 AM, Bruno wrote:
GTDAlt has acquired an odd behaviour. I don't know why - it may be
related to an install of the Safari 3 beta. Regardless, I haven't
been able to debug, and would really appreciate any help.
I choose 'Current Actions' and get my big list. I click 'none' for
contexts, to clear the board and ready to select only one or two
contexts. The checkboxes for the contexts ripple off, and the
actions disappear -- until we get half-way down, when the actions
don't move. Toggling the context checkboxes does nothing. I'm stuck
with about half my actions permanently visible.
Has anyone else experienced this behaviour? Even better, can anyone
help? Like the previous poster, I've grown very attached to GTDAlt,
and this is the core piece of functionality.