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ToDoList Documentation

, 7 Feb 2007
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Documentation for AbstractSpoon's ToDoList.

Introduction to bpsToDoListDocumentation

Here is documentation for AbstractSpoon's ToDoList which can be opened within ToDoList itself.

Note: Starting with version 5 of ToDoList, .dan.g is distributing a version of this help file with the executable.

Information to build this file was taken from:

  • Source code resource files from version 4.x.
  • Observation of versions 4.10 and 5.0 Beta.
  • The pbwiki referenced in the documentation.

It is recommended that you do not use the Sort functions on this file. An attempt has been made to keep the menus and preferences in order as shown in the ToDoList Graphical User Interface.

I also have posted a sample XSL Transform for ToDoList which can be viewed on CodeProject.com.

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This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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GeneralBrilliant Pinmember.dan.g.17-Oct-06 13:56 
GeneralRe: Brilliant PinmemberBrad Sherwood17-Oct-06 15:34 
GeneralRe: Brilliant Pinmember.dan.g.17-Oct-06 22:10 
AnswerRe: Brilliant PinmemberBrad Sherwood18-Oct-06 2:03 
Help F1 - Yes the new TDL file. FYI... I would like to copy the FAQ into here. Add How-To, and all other info which would make it searchable from within one place... and a place which is available to a laptop which is not connected to the internet.
 
Keyboard map (perhaps a pop-up large text box with "Copy To Clipboard" and "OK") showing only the assigned keys (those which show in preferences) and maybe showing the keys which you've "hardcoded" into the app. but are not visible or well known (ex: Alt-B moves focus from comments field to the Task List).
 
ToDoList Online - I would think the resources page.
Perhaps someday the mission of the CodeProject page would be for the "programmers" who want to learn from your "article" and the source code.
The "Resources" page would be for the User Community who want to utilize the program but who are not interested in the development technique. It might focus on add-ins, 3rd party tools, etc.
 
Wiki - yes http://abstractspoon.pbwiki.com/
 
License - Perhaps http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5/ rather than the current pop-up
 
Feedback & Support - today... my thoughts are the "bottom" of the Code Project page. Maybe someday it would go to a "discussion board" / "bulletin board" or something like what http://www.phpbb.com/ provides
 
Contact Us... a MailTo link (if you want that... you may not) or a link to a web page which allows a user to fill out a form and submit to AbstractSpoon... this is probably not in your immediate future. But I put it there to establish an idea.
 
Check for Updates - Redundant with existing location. The Help menu is another common place for users to look for this feature.
 
About - as is.

 
Brad Sherwood
GeneralRe: Brilliant Pinmember.dan.g.18-Oct-06 13:20 

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