Merge lp:~amachattie/gtg/patch_one into lp:~gtg/gtg/old-trunk

Proposed by A. MacHattie on 2014-03-18
Status: Merged
Merged at revision: 1369
Proposed branch: lp:~amachattie/gtg/patch_one
Merge into: lp:~gtg/gtg/old-trunk
Diff against target: 1184 lines (+567/-568)
10 files modified
docs/userdoc/C/gtg-add-sync.page (+48/-48)
docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd-dates.page (+86/-86)
docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd.page (+30/-30)
docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-intro.page (+38/-39)
docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-syntax.page (+124/-124)
docs/userdoc/C/gtg-subtasks.page (+57/-57)
docs/userdoc/C/gtg-sync.page (+60/-60)
docs/userdoc/C/gtg-tags.page (+43/-43)
docs/userdoc/C/gtg-tasks.page (+31/-31)
docs/userdoc/C/gtg-workview.page (+50/-50)
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Izidor Matušov 2014-03-18 Approve on 2014-03-18
Review via email: mp+211442@code.launchpad.net

Description of the change

Made some minor grammatical changes, reordered links on index page (sections "Task Management", "Search for Tasks", and "Sync Services"), increased linking between pages, added extra gui button tags

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=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-add-sync.page'
--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-add-sync.page 2013-06-18 21:34:59 +0000
+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-add-sync.page 2014-03-18 07:43:01 +0000
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
       id="gtg-add-sync">

   <info>
- <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-sync"/>
+ <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-sync" group="second"/>
      <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-sync"/>
       <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-remove-sync"/>

=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd-dates.page'
--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd-dates.page 2012-11-15 10:55:45 +0000
+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd-dates.page 2014-03-18 07:43:02 +0000
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@

   <title>Add Dates and Tags to Tasks using the Quick Add Entry</title>

- <p>You can also create a task in the Quick Add Entry and at the same time specify its tags, due and defer date. Follow these format rules:</p>
+ <p>You can also create a task in the Quick Add Entry and at the same time specify its tags, due and defer date. The defer date allows you to set a date on which you intend to start the task. Follow these format rules:</p>

     <p><em style="strong">tags:tag1,tag2,tag3</em></p>

=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd.page'
--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd.page 2013-06-18 22:31:16 +0000
+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd.page 2014-03-18 07:43:02 +0000
@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
       id="gtg-quickadd">

   <info>
- <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-task-management" group="fourth"/>
+ <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-task-management" group="second"/>

       <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
    <credit type="author copyright">

=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-intro.page'
--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-intro.page 2013-06-18 22:31:16 +0000
+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-intro.page 2014-03-18 07:43:02 +0000
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@
 for tasks based on their content.</p>

 <p>Searching for tasks is really easy: just type the words you are looking for
-in the Quick Add Entry, and select &quot;Search&quot; in the menu that
+in the <gui>Quick Add Entry</gui>, and select &quot;Search&quot; in the menu that
 will appear automatically.</p>

 <p>GTG stores your searches in the sidebar, under the &quot;Search&quot;
@@ -27,8 +27,7 @@
 all the tasks matching your search request.</p>

 <p>GTG also saves all the search requests you have made until you explicitely
-delete them (which you can do by right-clicking on them and selecting
-&quot;Delete&quot;). That allows you to safely quit GTG without loosing your
+delete them (which you can do by right-clicking on them and selecting <gui>Delete</gui>). That allows you to safely quit GTG without loosing your
 search requests. This can be very useful when you use the search features
 to identify specific tasks regularly!</p>

=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-syntax.page'
--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-syntax.page 2013-06-18 22:31:16 +0000
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1=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-add-sync.page'
2--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-add-sync.page 2013-06-18 21:34:59 +0000
3+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-add-sync.page 2014-03-18 02:22:25 +0000
4@@ -1,48 +1,48 @@
5-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
6- xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
7- type="topic" style="task"
8- id="gtg-add-sync">
9-
10- <info>
11- <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-sync"/>
12- <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-sync"/>
13- <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-remove-sync"/>
14-
15- <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
16- <credit type="author copyright">
17- <name>Radina Matic</name>
18- <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
19- <years>2013</years>
20- </credit>
21- <credit type="copyright editor">
22- <name></name>
23- <email its:translate="no"></email>
24- <years></years>
25- </credit>
26-
27- <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
28-
29- </info>
30-
31- <title>Enable/Disable Sync Service</title>
32-
33-<p>To enable or disable Sync Services in the GTG main menu go to <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Setup Sync Services</gui></guiseq>. Press the button <gui>Add</gui> and choose the desired sync service from the drop down menu on the right.</p>
34-
35-<figure>
36- <title>Enable Sync Service</title>
37- <desc> </desc>
38- <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/select-sync.png"/>
39-</figure>
40-
41-<p>For each sync service that you wish to enable you will have to set certain parameters, provide the user name and password if necessary and press the <gui>Enable syncing</gui> button.</p>
42-
43-<p>To disable a sync service press the <gui>Disable syncing</gui> button.</p>
44-
45-<figure>
46- <title>Configure Sync Service</title>
47- <desc> </desc>
48- <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/configure-sync.png"/>
49-</figure>
50-
51-</page>
52-
53+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
54+ xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
55+ type="topic" style="task"
56+ id="gtg-add-sync">
57+
58+ <info>
59+ <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-sync" group="second"/>
60+ <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-sync"/>
61+ <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-remove-sync"/>
62+
63+ <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
64+ <credit type="author copyright">
65+ <name>Radina Matic</name>
66+ <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
67+ <years>2013</years>
68+ </credit>
69+ <credit type="copyright editor">
70+ <name></name>
71+ <email its:translate="no"></email>
72+ <years></years>
73+ </credit>
74+
75+ <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
76+
77+ </info>
78+
79+ <title>Enable/Disable Sync Service</title>
80+
81+<p>To enable or disable Sync Services in the GTG main menu go to <guiseq><gui>Edit</gui><gui>Setup Sync Services</gui></guiseq>. Press the button <gui>Add</gui> and choose the desired sync service from the drop down menu on the right.</p>
82+
83+<figure>
84+ <title>Enable Sync Service</title>
85+ <desc> </desc>
86+ <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/select-sync.png"/>
87+</figure>
88+
89+<p>For each sync service that you wish to enable you will have to set certain parameters, provide the user name and password if necessary and press the <gui>Enable syncing</gui> button.</p>
90+
91+<p>To disable a sync service press the <gui>Disable syncing</gui> button.</p>
92+
93+<figure>
94+ <title>Configure Sync Service</title>
95+ <desc> </desc>
96+ <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/configure-sync.png"/>
97+</figure>
98+
99+</page>
100+
101
102=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd-dates.page'
103--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd-dates.page 2012-11-15 10:55:45 +0000
104+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd-dates.page 2014-03-18 02:22:25 +0000
105@@ -1,86 +1,86 @@
106-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
107- type="topic" style="task"
108- id="gtg-quickadd-dates">
109-
110- <info>
111- <link type="guide" xref="gtg-quickadd" group="fourth"/>
112- <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-quickadd-new-task"/>
113- <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-quickadd-tags"/>
114- <revision pkgversion="0.1" version="0.1" date="2012-07-03" status="candidate"/>
115- <credit type="author">
116- <name>Radina Matic</name>
117- <email>radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
118- </credit>
119- </info>
120-
121- <title>Add Dates and Tags to Tasks using the Quick Add Entry</title>
122-
123- <p>You can also create a task in the Quick Add Entry and at the same time specify its tags, due and defer date. Follow these format rules:</p>
124-
125- <p><em style="strong">tags:tag1,tag2,tag3</em></p>
126-
127-<list>
128- <item><p>This way you can apply as many tags as you wish using comma as a separator.</p></item>
129- <item><p>Any word that begins with “@” sign will be interpreted as a tag.</p></item>
130-</list>
131-
132-
133- <p><em style="strong">due:date</em></p>
134-
135- <p><em style="strong">defer:date</em></p>
136-
137- <p>This way you can apply a due date or a defer date. Dates can be formatted as dates in your locale or yyyy-mm-dd (for example 2012-04-01) or yyyymmdd (20120401) or mmdd (0401 - the year being implicitly the current one) or today, tomorrow or a weekday name (due:monday means due next Monday). Dates which are added in this way will not appear in the task title.</p>
138-
139- <p>Examples</p>
140-
141- <p><em style="strong">buy stationary tags:purchases,office due:20120330 defer:tuesday</em></p>
142-
143- <p>The above example tells GTG to create a new task with the title "buy stationary", under the tags "purchases" and "office", with the due date March 30, 2012 and the start date next Tuesday.</p>
144-
145- <p><em style="strong">call mum tags:family,calls due:sunday defer:tomorrow</em></p>
146-
147- <p>The above example tells GTG to create a new task with the title "call mum", under the tags "family" and "calls", with the due date next Sunday and the start date tomorrow.</p>
148-
149-<p>Watch this short video tutorial to understand better how the Quick Add Entry works:</p>
150-
151-<media type="video" src="videos/quick-add2.webm" title="Add Dates and Tags to Tasks using the Quick Add Entry">
152-
153-<tt:tt xmlns:tt="http://www.w3.org/ns/ttml">
154- <tt:body>
155- <tt:div begin="1s" end="11s">
156- <tt:p>
157- Let's see an example how to use the <em style="strong">Quick Add Entry</em> to set up a new task.
158- </tt:p>
159- </tt:div>
160- <tt:div begin="11s" end="25s">
161- <tt:p>
162- We are going to copy an already prepared line with parameters and explain them one by one.
163- </tt:p>
164- </tt:div>
165- <tt:div begin="25s" end="36s">
166- <tt:p>
167- Once you press the <gui>Enter</gui> key, the new task will appear in the task browser.
168- </tt:p>
169- </tt:div>
170- <tt:div begin="36s" end="53s">
171- <tt:p>
172- The first part ("call mum") is the task title.
173- </tt:p>
174- </tt:div>
175- <tt:div begin="53s" end="65s">
176- <tt:p>
177- When GTG sees "tags:calls,family" it will add the tags <gui>@calls</gui> and <gui>@family</gui> highligthed in yellow under the task name.
178- </tt:p>
179- </tt:div>
180- <tt:div begin="65s" end="104s">
181- <tt:p>
182- Setting the dates is easy: "due:sunday" and "defer:tomorrow" will be recorded correctly as the due and start date of the task.
183- </tt:p>
184- </tt:div>
185- </tt:body>
186- </tt:tt>
187-
188-</media>
189-
190-
191-</page>
192+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
193+ type="topic" style="task"
194+ id="gtg-quickadd-dates">
195+
196+ <info>
197+ <link type="guide" xref="gtg-quickadd" group="fourth"/>
198+ <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-quickadd-new-task"/>
199+ <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-quickadd-tags"/>
200+ <revision pkgversion="0.1" version="0.1" date="2012-07-03" status="candidate"/>
201+ <credit type="author">
202+ <name>Radina Matic</name>
203+ <email>radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
204+ </credit>
205+ </info>
206+
207+ <title>Add Dates and Tags to Tasks using the Quick Add Entry</title>
208+
209+ <p>You can also create a task in the Quick Add Entry and at the same time specify its tags, due and defer date. The defer date allows you to set a date on which you intend to start the task. Follow these format rules:</p>
210+
211+ <p><em style="strong">tags:tag1,tag2,tag3</em></p>
212+
213+<list>
214+ <item><p>This way you can apply as many tags as you wish using comma as a separator.</p></item>
215+ <item><p>Any word that begins with “@” sign will be interpreted as a tag.</p></item>
216+</list>
217+
218+
219+ <p><em style="strong">due:date</em></p>
220+
221+ <p><em style="strong">defer:date</em></p>
222+
223+ <p>This way you can apply a due date or a defer date. Dates can be formatted as dates in your locale or yyyy-mm-dd (for example 2012-04-01) or yyyymmdd (20120401) or mmdd (0401 - the year being implicitly the current one) or today, tomorrow or a weekday name (due:monday means due next Monday). Dates which are added in this way will not appear in the task title.</p>
224+
225+ <p>Examples</p>
226+
227+ <p><em style="strong">buy stationary tags:purchases,office due:20120330 defer:tuesday</em></p>
228+
229+ <p>The above example tells GTG to create a new task with the title "buy stationary", under the tags "purchases" and "office", with the due date March 30, 2012 and the start date next Tuesday.</p>
230+
231+ <p><em style="strong">call mum tags:family,calls due:sunday defer:tomorrow</em></p>
232+
233+ <p>The above example tells GTG to create a new task with the title "call mum", under the tags "family" and "calls", with the due date next Sunday and the start date tomorrow.</p>
234+
235+<p>Watch this short video tutorial to understand better how the Quick Add Entry works:</p>
236+
237+<media type="video" src="videos/quick-add2.webm" title="Add Dates and Tags to Tasks using the Quick Add Entry">
238+
239+<tt:tt xmlns:tt="http://www.w3.org/ns/ttml">
240+ <tt:body>
241+ <tt:div begin="1s" end="11s">
242+ <tt:p>
243+ Let's see an example how to use the <em style="strong">Quick Add Entry</em> to set up a new task.
244+ </tt:p>
245+ </tt:div>
246+ <tt:div begin="11s" end="25s">
247+ <tt:p>
248+ We are going to copy an already prepared line with parameters and explain them one by one.
249+ </tt:p>
250+ </tt:div>
251+ <tt:div begin="25s" end="36s">
252+ <tt:p>
253+ Once you press the <gui>Enter</gui> key, the new task will appear in the task browser.
254+ </tt:p>
255+ </tt:div>
256+ <tt:div begin="36s" end="53s">
257+ <tt:p>
258+ The first part ("call mum") is the task title.
259+ </tt:p>
260+ </tt:div>
261+ <tt:div begin="53s" end="65s">
262+ <tt:p>
263+ When GTG sees "tags:calls,family" it will add the tags <gui>@calls</gui> and <gui>@family</gui> highligthed in yellow under the task name.
264+ </tt:p>
265+ </tt:div>
266+ <tt:div begin="65s" end="104s">
267+ <tt:p>
268+ Setting the dates is easy: "due:sunday" and "defer:tomorrow" will be recorded correctly as the due and start date of the task.
269+ </tt:p>
270+ </tt:div>
271+ </tt:body>
272+ </tt:tt>
273+
274+</media>
275+
276+
277+</page>
278
279=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd.page'
280--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd.page 2013-06-18 22:31:16 +0000
281+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-quickadd.page 2014-03-18 02:22:25 +0000
282@@ -1,30 +1,30 @@
283-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
284- xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
285- type="guide" style="task 2column"
286- id="gtg-quickadd">
287-
288- <info>
289- <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-task-management" group="fourth"/>
290-
291- <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
292- <credit type="author copyright">
293- <name>Radina Matic</name>
294- <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
295- <years>2013</years>
296- </credit>
297- <credit type="copyright editor">
298- <name></name>
299- <email its:translate="no"></email>
300- <years></years>
301- </credit>
302-
303- <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
304-
305- </info>
306-
307- <title>Quick Add Entry</title>
308-
309- <p>The Quick Add Entry is the fastest way to create a new task. To enable and disable the entry field in the main <app>GTG</app> menu go to <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Quick Add Entry</gui></guiseq>.</p>
310-
311- <links type="topic" groups="first second third fourth fifth sixth" style="2column"/>
312-</page>
313+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
314+ xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
315+ type="guide" style="task 2column"
316+ id="gtg-quickadd">
317+
318+ <info>
319+ <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-task-management" group="second"/>
320+
321+ <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
322+ <credit type="author copyright">
323+ <name>Radina Matic</name>
324+ <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
325+ <years>2013</years>
326+ </credit>
327+ <credit type="copyright editor">
328+ <name></name>
329+ <email its:translate="no"></email>
330+ <years></years>
331+ </credit>
332+
333+ <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
334+
335+ </info>
336+
337+ <title>Quick Add Entry</title>
338+
339+ <p>The Quick Add Entry is the fastest way to create a new task. To enable and disable the entry field in the main <app>GTG</app> menu go to <guiseq><gui>View</gui><gui>Quick Add Entry</gui></guiseq>.</p>
340+
341+ <links type="topic" groups="first second third fourth fifth sixth" style="2column"/>
342+</page>
343
344=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-intro.page'
345--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-intro.page 2013-06-18 22:31:16 +0000
346+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-intro.page 2014-03-18 02:22:25 +0000
347@@ -1,39 +1,38 @@
348-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
349- xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
350- type="guide" style="task 2column"
351- id="gtg-search-intro">
352-
353- <info>
354- <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-search" group="first"/>
355- <revision pkgversion="0.1" version="0.1" date="2012-07-03" status="candidate" />
356- <credit type="author">
357- <name>Bertrand Rousseau</name>
358- <email>bertrand.rousseau@gmail.com</email>
359- </credit>
360- </info>
361-
362- <title>Use GTG Search</title>
363-
364-<p>To help you to find specific tasks more easily, GTG allows you to search
365-for tasks based on their content.</p>
366-
367-<p>Searching for tasks is really easy: just type the words you are looking for
368-in the Quick Add Entry, and select &quot;Search&quot; in the menu that
369-will appear automatically.</p>
370-
371-<p>GTG stores your searches in the sidebar, under the &quot;Search&quot;
372-section. You can thus always go back to a previous search later on if you
373-need it. Search results are updated automatically, so you always get
374-all the tasks matching your search request.</p>
375-
376-<p>GTG also saves all the search requests you have made until you explicitely
377-delete them (which you can do by right-clicking on them and selecting
378-&quot;Delete&quot;). That allows you to safely quit GTG without loosing your
379-search requests. This can be very useful when you use the search features
380-to identify specific tasks regularly!</p>
381-
382-<p>If you want to perform really specific searches, you can use a special
383-syntax to create precise requests. Those aspects are covered
384-<link xref="gtg-search-syntax">in this page</link>. </p>
385-
386-</page>
387+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
388+ xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
389+ type="guide" style="task 2column"
390+ id="gtg-search-intro">
391+
392+ <info>
393+ <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-search" group="first"/>
394+ <revision pkgversion="0.1" version="0.1" date="2012-07-03" status="candidate" />
395+ <credit type="author">
396+ <name>Bertrand Rousseau</name>
397+ <email>bertrand.rousseau@gmail.com</email>
398+ </credit>
399+ </info>
400+
401+ <title>Use GTG Search</title>
402+
403+<p>To help you to find specific tasks more easily, GTG allows you to search
404+for tasks based on their content.</p>
405+
406+<p>Searching for tasks is really easy: just type the words you are looking for
407+in the <gui>Quick Add Entry</gui>, and select &quot;Search&quot; in the menu that
408+will appear automatically.</p>
409+
410+<p>GTG stores your searches in the sidebar, under the &quot;Search&quot;
411+section. You can thus always go back to a previous search later on if you
412+need it. Search results are updated automatically, so you always get
413+all the tasks matching your search request.</p>
414+
415+<p>GTG also saves all the search requests you have made until you explicitely
416+delete them (which you can do by right-clicking on them and selecting <gui>Delete</gui>). That allows you to safely quit GTG without loosing your
417+search requests. This can be very useful when you use the search features
418+to identify specific tasks regularly!</p>
419+
420+<p>If you want to perform really specific searches, you can use a special
421+syntax to create precise requests. Those aspects are covered
422+<link xref="gtg-search-syntax">in this page</link>. </p>
423+
424+</page>
425
426=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-syntax.page'
427--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-syntax.page 2013-06-18 22:31:16 +0000
428+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-search-syntax.page 2014-03-18 02:22:25 +0000
429@@ -1,124 +1,124 @@
430-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
431- xmlns:ui="http://projectmallard.org/experimental/ui/"
432- xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
433- type="guide" style="tip"
434- id="gtg-search-syntax">
435-
436- <info>
437- <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-search" group="first"/>
438- <revision pkgversion="0.1" version="0.1" date="2012-07-03" status="candidate" />
439- <credit type="author">
440- <name>Bertrand Rousseau</name>
441- <email>bertrand.rousseau@gmail.com</email>
442- </credit>
443- </info>
444-
445- <title>GTG Search Syntax</title>
446-
447-<p>When typing your search request in the Quick Add Entry, you can also use
448-special keywords to refine your request. The table below describes those keywords.</p>
449-
450-<table rules="rows" frame="top bottom" ui:expanded="yes">
451-<title>GTG Search Keywords</title>
452- <thead>
453- <tr>
454- <td><p><em style="strong">Search Keyword</em></p></td>
455- <td><p><em style="strong">Effect</em></p></td>
456- </tr>
457- </thead>
458- <tbody>
459- <tr>
460- <td><p><code>word</code></p></td>
461- <td><p>Search tasks which contains this word</p></td>
462- </tr>
463- <tr>
464- <td><p><code>"text"</code></p></td>
465- <td><p>Basically the same as above but allows the space and special characters inside. Literal must be inside "quotes".
466-</p></td>
467- </tr>
468- <tr>
469- <td><p><code>@tag</code></p></td>
470- <td><p>Search tasks with this tag</p></td>
471- </tr>
472- <tr>
473- <td><p><code>!after [date]</code></p></td>
474- <td>
475- <p>Search tasks which could be done after this date</p>
476- <p>Look below for the formatting of the <code>[date]</code> element.</p>
477- </td>
478- </tr>
479- <tr>
480- <td><p><code>!before [date]</code></p></td>
481- <td>
482- <p>Search tasks which must be done before this date</p>
483- <p>Look below for the formatting of the <code>[date]</code> element.</p>
484- </td>
485- </tr>
486- <tr>
487- <td><p><code>!today</code></p></td>
488- <td><p>Search tasks with a due date happening today</p></td>
489- </tr>
490- <tr>
491- <td><p><code>!tomorrow</code></p></td>
492- <td><p>Search tasks with due date happening tomorrow</p></td>
493- </tr>
494- <tr>
495- <td><p><code>!nodate</code></p></td>
496- <td><p>Search tasks without due date</p></td>
497- </tr>
498- <tr>
499- <td><p><code>!now</code></p></td>
500- <td><p>Search tasks with due date defined as "now"</p></td>
501- </tr>
502- <tr>
503- <td><p><code>!soon</code></p></td>
504- <td><p>Seach tasks with due date defined as "soon"</p></td>
505- </tr>
506- <tr>
507- <td><p><code>!notag</code></p></td>
508- <td><p>Search tasks without tags</p></td>
509- </tr>
510- <tr>
511- <td><p><code>!someday</code></p></td>
512- <td><p>Search tasks with due date defined as "someday"</p></td>
513- </tr>
514- <tr>
515- <td><p><code>!not [query]</code></p></td>
516- <td><p>The next part of the query will be negated</p></td>
517- </tr>
518- <tr>
519- <td><p><code>[query] !or [query]</code></p></td>
520- <td><p>Return True if at least on of elements is true</p></td>
521- </tr>
522- </tbody>
523-</table>
524-
525-<p><code>[date]</code> can be formatted as yyyy-mm-dd (for example 2012-04-01)
526-or yyyymmdd (20120401) or mmdd (0401 - the year being implicitly the current
527-one) or today, tomorrow or a weekday name (due:monday means due next Monday).
528-</p>
529-
530-<p>All elements of the query must be true for the query to be true. In other words,
531-the search feature behave like it add an implicit logical 'AND' between each element.</p>
532-
533-<p>Examples of queries:</p>
534-
535-<p><em style="strong"><code>!tomorrow !or !today</code></em></p>
536-<p>Show tasks which are today or tomorrow</p>
537-
538-<p><em style="strong"><code>@gtg @writing</code></em></p>
539-<p>Show tasks with both of the tags @gtg, @writing</p>
540-
541-<p><em style="strong"><code>@gtg !before 2012-03-01</code></em></p>
542-<p>Show GTG tasks with due_date before March 1</p>
543-
544-<p><em style="strong"><code>buy @errands</code></em></p>
545-<p>Show errands where I have to buy something</p>
546-
547-<p><em style="strong"><code>!not buy @errands</code></em></p>
548-<p>Show errands without keyword buy</p>
549-
550-<p><em style="strong"><code>!after "next month"</code></em></p>
551-<p>Show tasks after this month</p>
552-
553-</page>
554+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
555+ xmlns:ui="http://projectmallard.org/experimental/ui/"
556+ xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
557+ type="guide" style="tip"
558+ id="gtg-search-syntax">
559+
560+ <info>
561+ <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-search" group="second"/>
562+ <revision pkgversion="0.1" version="0.1" date="2012-07-03" status="candidate" />
563+ <credit type="author">
564+ <name>Bertrand Rousseau</name>
565+ <email>bertrand.rousseau@gmail.com</email>
566+ </credit>
567+ </info>
568+
569+ <title>GTG Search Syntax</title>
570+
571+<p>When typing your search request in the <gui>Quick Add Entry</gui>, you can also use
572+special keywords to refine your request. The table below describes those keywords.</p>
573+
574+<table rules="rows" frame="top bottom" ui:expanded="yes">
575+<title>GTG Search Keywords</title>
576+ <thead>
577+ <tr>
578+ <td><p><em style="strong">Search Keyword</em></p></td>
579+ <td><p><em style="strong">Effect</em></p></td>
580+ </tr>
581+ </thead>
582+ <tbody>
583+ <tr>
584+ <td><p><code>word</code></p></td>
585+ <td><p>Search tasks which contains this word</p></td>
586+ </tr>
587+ <tr>
588+ <td><p><code>"text"</code></p></td>
589+ <td><p>Basically the same as above but allows the space and special characters inside. Literal must be inside "quotes".
590+</p></td>
591+ </tr>
592+ <tr>
593+ <td><p><code>@tag</code></p></td>
594+ <td><p>Search tasks with this tag</p></td>
595+ </tr>
596+ <tr>
597+ <td><p><code>!after [date]</code></p></td>
598+ <td>
599+ <p>Search tasks which could be done after this date</p>
600+ <p>Look below for the formatting of the <code>[date]</code> element.</p>
601+ </td>
602+ </tr>
603+ <tr>
604+ <td><p><code>!before [date]</code></p></td>
605+ <td>
606+ <p>Search tasks which must be done before this date</p>
607+ <p>Look below for the formatting of the <code>[date]</code> element.</p>
608+ </td>
609+ </tr>
610+ <tr>
611+ <td><p><code>!today</code></p></td>
612+ <td><p>Search tasks with a due date happening today</p></td>
613+ </tr>
614+ <tr>
615+ <td><p><code>!tomorrow</code></p></td>
616+ <td><p>Search tasks with due date happening tomorrow</p></td>
617+ </tr>
618+ <tr>
619+ <td><p><code>!nodate</code></p></td>
620+ <td><p>Search tasks without due date</p></td>
621+ </tr>
622+ <tr>
623+ <td><p><code>!now</code></p></td>
624+ <td><p>Search tasks with due date defined as "now"</p></td>
625+ </tr>
626+ <tr>
627+ <td><p><code>!soon</code></p></td>
628+ <td><p>Seach tasks with due date defined as "soon"</p></td>
629+ </tr>
630+ <tr>
631+ <td><p><code>!notag</code></p></td>
632+ <td><p>Search tasks without tags</p></td>
633+ </tr>
634+ <tr>
635+ <td><p><code>!someday</code></p></td>
636+ <td><p>Search tasks with due date defined as "someday"</p></td>
637+ </tr>
638+ <tr>
639+ <td><p><code>!not [query]</code></p></td>
640+ <td><p>The next part of the query will be negated</p></td>
641+ </tr>
642+ <tr>
643+ <td><p><code>[query] !or [query]</code></p></td>
644+ <td><p>Return True if at least on of elements is true</p></td>
645+ </tr>
646+ </tbody>
647+</table>
648+
649+<p><code>[date]</code> can be formatted as yyyy-mm-dd (for example 2012-04-01)
650+or yyyymmdd (20120401) or mmdd (0401 - the year being implicitly the current
651+one) or today, tomorrow or a weekday name (due:monday means due next Monday).
652+</p>
653+
654+<p>All elements of the query must be true for the query to be true. In other words,
655+the search feature behaves like it adds an implicit logical 'AND' between each element.</p>
656+
657+<p>Examples of queries:</p>
658+
659+<p><em style="strong"><code>!tomorrow !or !today</code></em></p>
660+<p>Show tasks which are today or tomorrow</p>
661+
662+<p><em style="strong"><code>@gtg @writing</code></em></p>
663+<p>Show tasks with both of the tags @gtg, @writing</p>
664+
665+<p><em style="strong"><code>@gtg !before 2012-03-01</code></em></p>
666+<p>Show GTG tasks with due_date before March 1</p>
667+
668+<p><em style="strong"><code>buy @errands</code></em></p>
669+<p>Show errands where I have to buy something</p>
670+
671+<p><em style="strong"><code>!not buy @errands</code></em></p>
672+<p>Show errands without keyword buy</p>
673+
674+<p><em style="strong"><code>!after "next month"</code></em></p>
675+<p>Show tasks after this month</p>
676+
677+</page>
678
679=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-subtasks.page'
680--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-subtasks.page 2013-06-18 22:31:16 +0000
681+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-subtasks.page 2014-03-18 02:22:25 +0000
682@@ -1,57 +1,57 @@
683-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
684- xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
685- type="guide" style="task 2column"
686- id="gtg-subtasks">
687-
688- <info>
689- <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-task-management" group="second"/>
690-
691- <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
692- <credit type="author copyright">
693- <name>Radina Matic</name>
694- <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
695- <years>2013</years>
696- </credit>
697- <credit type="copyright editor">
698- <name></name>
699- <email its:translate="no"></email>
700- <years></years>
701- </credit>
702-
703- <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
704-
705- </info>
706-
707- <title>Insert Subtasks</title>
708-
709-<p>Even the biggest project is only a simple list of tasks. Often, in order to accomplish a certain task, you first need to accomplish another, separate task. GTG calls this <em>prerequisite</em> task a <em style="strong">Subtask</em>. You can insert as many subtasks as you need for each task.</p>
710-
711- <section id="gtg-create-new-subtask">
712- <title>Create a New Subtask</title>
713-
714- <p>To create a subtask for the task that is currently opened, you can:</p>
715-
716- <list>
717- <item><p>Start a new line with "-" and write the subtask title.</p></item>
718- <item><p>Click the <gui>Insert the subtask in this task</gui> button in the task editor toolbar.</p></item>
719- <item><p>Use the <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>Shift</key><key>N</key></keyseq> keyboard shortcut.</p></item>
720-</list>
721-
722-<p>Subtask title will appear with an arrow bullet and underlined as a link: if you click the link it will open the subtask in a separate task editor window.</p>
723-
724-<figure>
725- <title>Insert Subtasks</title>
726- <desc> </desc>
727- <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/subtasks2.png"/>
728-</figure>
729-
730-<p>You can reorganize tasks and subtasks by drag-n-drop in the tasks browser to achieve the hierarchy and order that you require. However, keep in mind that subtasks obey to certain rules. For example, a subtask's due date can never be after its parent's due date, and when you mark a parent task as done, its subtasks will also be marked as done.</p>
731-
732-</section>
733-
734- <section id="gtg-edit-delete-subtask">
735- <title>Edit, Dismiss and Delete Subtasks</title>
736-
737- <p>Follow the same steps as for Tasks.</p>
738- </section>
739-</page>
740+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
741+ xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
742+ type="guide" style="task 2column"
743+ id="gtg-subtasks">
744+
745+ <info>
746+ <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-task-management" group="third"/>
747+
748+ <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
749+ <credit type="author copyright">
750+ <name>Radina Matic</name>
751+ <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
752+ <years>2013</years>
753+ </credit>
754+ <credit type="copyright editor">
755+ <name></name>
756+ <email its:translate="no"></email>
757+ <years></years>
758+ </credit>
759+
760+ <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
761+
762+ </info>
763+
764+ <title>Insert Subtasks</title>
765+
766+<p>Even the biggest project is only a simple list of tasks. Often, in order to accomplish a certain task, you first need to accomplish another, separate task. GTG calls this <em>prerequisite</em> task a <em style="strong">Subtask</em>. You can insert as many subtasks as you need for each task.</p>
767+
768+ <section id="gtg-create-new-subtask">
769+ <title>Create a New Subtask</title>
770+
771+ <p>To create a subtask for the task that is currently opened, you can:</p>
772+
773+ <list>
774+ <item><p>Start a new line with "-" and write the subtask title.</p></item>
775+ <item><p>Click the <gui>Insert the subtask in this task</gui> button in the task editor toolbar.</p></item>
776+ <item><p>Use the <keyseq><key>Ctrl</key><key>Shift</key><key>N</key></keyseq> keyboard shortcut.</p></item>
777+</list>
778+
779+<p>Subtask title will appear with an arrow bullet and underlined as a link: if you click the link it will open the subtask in a separate task editor window.</p>
780+
781+<figure>
782+ <title>Insert Subtasks</title>
783+ <desc> </desc>
784+ <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/subtasks2.png"/>
785+</figure>
786+
787+<p>You can reorganize tasks and subtasks by drag-n-drop in the tasks browser to achieve the hierarchy and order that you require. However, keep in mind that subtasks obey to certain rules. For example, a subtask's due date can never be after its parent's due date, and when you mark a parent task as done, its subtasks will also be marked as done.</p>
788+
789+</section>
790+
791+ <section id="gtg-edit-delete-subtask">
792+ <title>Edit, Dismiss and Delete Subtasks</title>
793+
794+ <p>Follow the same steps as for <link xref="gtg-tasks">Tasks</link>.</p>
795+ </section>
796+</page>
797
798=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-sync.page'
799--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-sync.page 2013-06-18 22:31:16 +0000
800+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-sync.page 2014-03-18 02:22:25 +0000
801@@ -1,60 +1,60 @@
802-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
803- xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
804- type="topic" style="task"
805- id="gtg-sync">
806-
807- <info>
808- <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-sync"/>
809- <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-add-sync"/>
810- <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-remove-sync"/>
811-
812-
813- <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
814- <credit type="author copyright">
815- <name>Radina Matic</name>
816- <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
817- <years>2013</years>
818- </credit>
819- <credit type="copyright editor">
820- <name></name>
821- <email its:translate="no"></email>
822- <years></years>
823- </credit>
824-
825- <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
826-
827- </info>
828-
829- <title>Understand Sync Services</title>
830-
831-<p>Sync Services allow GTG to synchronize (meaning to have access or to import) tasks, notes or bugs from other sites or services like <em>Launchpad</em>, <em>Remember the Milk</em>, <em>Tomboy</em>, <em>GNote</em>...</p>
832-
833-<p>There are different types of synchronization:</p>
834-<list>
835- <item><p><em>Read-only synchronization</em>: The primary goal is to track things, for example the bugs assigned to you on a bug tracking system. You cannot directly mark the task as resolved in GTG, but when you mark the associated bug as fixed on the bug tracking system, it will show up as such in GTG. Read-only also means that if you open one of the imported tasks and change the title, description or tags, those changes are visible only to you and will be lost when the associated task is modified on the originating service. You are free to set any other field (start/due dates, subtasks...) as for those field your changes will be preserved. This is useful to add personal annotations to imported tasks.</p></item>
836- <item><p><em>Import synchronization</em>: This is similar to read-only synchronization but you are free to change any field you want. However, keep in mind that all the changes you make will be visible only on your computer. GTG will also make sure that no task is imported twice</p></item>
837- <item><p><em>Full synchronization</em>:</p></item>
838-</list>
839-
840-<p>List of available sync services in GTG:</p>
841-
842-<p><em style="strong">Evolution tasks</em></p>
843-<p>Allows you to synchronize your GTG tasks with Evolution tasks (full synchronization). <em>This sync service is currently disabled because of a bug between PyGTK and python-evolution.</em></p>
844-
845-<p><em style="strong">Identi.ca</em></p>
846-<p>Imports your Identi.ca messages into your GTG (import synchronization).</p>
847-
848-<p><em style="strong">Tomboy</em></p>
849-<p>Synchronizes all or part of your Tomboy notes in GTG (full synchronization).</p>
850-
851-<p><em style="strong">Gnote</em></p>
852-<p>Synchronizes all or part of your Gnote notes in GTG (full synchronization).</p>
853-
854-<p><em style="strong">Launchpad</em></p>
855-<p>Allows you to import any Launchpad bugs assigned to you (or someone else) in your GTG (read-only synchronization).</p>
856-
857-<p><em style="strong">Remember the Milk</em></p>
858-<p>Synchronize your tasks with the web service RememberTheMilk (full synchronization).</p>
859-
860-</page>
861-
862+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
863+ xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
864+ type="topic" style="task"
865+ id="gtg-sync">
866+
867+ <info>
868+ <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-sync" group="first"/>
869+ <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-add-sync"/>
870+ <link type="seealso" xref="gtg-remove-sync"/>
871+
872+
873+ <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
874+ <credit type="author copyright">
875+ <name>Radina Matic</name>
876+ <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
877+ <years>2013</years>
878+ </credit>
879+ <credit type="copyright editor">
880+ <name></name>
881+ <email its:translate="no"></email>
882+ <years></years>
883+ </credit>
884+
885+ <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
886+
887+ </info>
888+
889+ <title>Understand Sync Services</title>
890+
891+<p>Sync Services allow GTG to synchronize (meaning to have access or to import) tasks, notes or bugs from other sites or services like <em>Launchpad</em>, <em>Remember the Milk</em>, <em>Tomboy</em>, <em>GNote</em>...</p>
892+
893+<p>There are different types of synchronization:</p>
894+<list>
895+ <item><p><em>Read-only synchronization</em>: The primary goal is to track things, for example the bugs assigned to you on a bug tracking system. You cannot directly mark the task as resolved in GTG, but when you mark the associated bug as fixed on the bug tracking system, it will show up as such in GTG. Read-only also means that if you open one of the imported tasks and change the title, description or tags, those changes are visible only to you and will be lost when the associated task is modified on the originating service. You are free to set any other field (start/due dates, subtasks...) as for those field your changes will be preserved. This is useful to add personal annotations to imported tasks.</p></item>
896+ <item><p><em>Import synchronization</em>: This is similar to read-only synchronization but you are free to change any field you want. However, keep in mind that all the changes you make will be visible only on your computer. GTG will also make sure that no task is imported twice</p></item>
897+ <item><p><em>Full synchronization</em>:</p></item>
898+</list>
899+
900+<p>List of available sync services in GTG:</p>
901+
902+<p><em style="strong">Evolution tasks</em></p>
903+<p>Allows you to synchronize your GTG tasks with Evolution tasks (full synchronization). <em>This sync service is currently disabled because of a bug between PyGTK and python-evolution.</em></p>
904+
905+<p><em style="strong">Identi.ca</em></p>
906+<p>Imports your Identi.ca messages into your GTG (import synchronization).</p>
907+
908+<p><em style="strong">Tomboy</em></p>
909+<p>Synchronizes all or part of your Tomboy notes in GTG (full synchronization).</p>
910+
911+<p><em style="strong">Gnote</em></p>
912+<p>Synchronizes all or part of your Gnote notes in GTG (full synchronization).</p>
913+
914+<p><em style="strong">Launchpad</em></p>
915+<p>Allows you to import any Launchpad bugs assigned to you (or someone else) in your GTG (read-only synchronization).</p>
916+
917+<p><em style="strong">Remember the Milk</em></p>
918+<p>Synchronize your tasks with the web service RememberTheMilk (full synchronization).</p>
919+
920+</page>
921+
922
923=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-tags.page'
924--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-tags.page 2013-06-18 22:31:16 +0000
925+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-tags.page 2014-03-18 02:22:25 +0000
926@@ -1,43 +1,43 @@
927-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
928- xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
929- type="guide" style="task 2column"
930- id="gtg-tags">
931-
932- <info>
933- <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-task-management" group="third"/>
934-
935- <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
936- <credit type="author copyright">
937- <name>Radina Matic</name>
938- <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
939- <years>2013</years>
940- </credit>
941- <credit type="copyright editor">
942- <name></name>
943- <email its:translate="no"></email>
944- <years></years>
945- </credit>
946-
947- <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
948-
949- </info>
950-
951- <title>Tag your Tasks</title>
952-
953- <p>Tag is a simple word that begins with the sign &quot;@&quot;.</p>
954-
955- <p>When you type a word beginning with @, it will appear higlighted yellow which is the indicator that <app>GTG</app> considers the word to be a tag.</p>
956-
957-<figure>
958- <title>GTG Tag</title>
959- <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/tag.png"/>
960-</figure>
961-
962- <p>Tags are useful to sort your tasks. In the <gui>View</gui> menu, you can enable the <gui>Tags Sidebar</gui> which displays all the tags you have used, in a way that you can easily see and select only the tasks with a given tag by clicking on it. There's no limit to the number of tags a task can have.</p>
963-
964- <p>You can drag-n-drop a tag onto another to create "subtags". As an example, if you drag the tag @to_pay onto the tag @money, every task tagged with @to_pay will also appear in the view of @money (but the @money tag is not added to the task).</p>
965-
966- <p>New tag is only added to the current task - there's no recursion and the tag is not applied to subtasks. However, when you create a new subtask, it will inherit the tags of its parents, but you can modify at any time the tags of a subtask to make it different from its parents if required.</p>
967-
968- <links type="topic" groups="first second third fourth fifth sixth" style="2column"/>
969-</page>
970+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
971+ xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
972+ type="guide" style="task 2column"
973+ id="gtg-tags">
974+
975+ <info>
976+ <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-task-management" group="fifth"/>
977+
978+ <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
979+ <credit type="author copyright">
980+ <name>Radina Matic</name>
981+ <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
982+ <years>2013</years>
983+ </credit>
984+ <credit type="copyright editor">
985+ <name></name>
986+ <email its:translate="no"></email>
987+ <years></years>
988+ </credit>
989+
990+ <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
991+
992+ </info>
993+
994+ <title>Tag your Tasks</title>
995+
996+ <p>Tag is a simple word that begins with the sign &quot;@&quot;.</p>
997+
998+ <p>When you type a word beginning with @, it will appear higlighted yellow which is the indicator that <app>GTG</app> considers the word to be a tag.</p>
999+
1000+<figure>
1001+ <title>GTG Tag</title>
1002+ <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/tag.png"/>
1003+</figure>
1004+
1005+ <p>Tags are useful to sort your tasks. In the <gui>View</gui> menu, you can enable the <gui>Tags Sidebar</gui> which displays all the tags you have used, in a way that you can easily see and select only the tasks with a given tag by clicking on it. There's no limit to the number of tags a task can have.</p>
1006+
1007+ <p>You can drag-n-drop a tag onto another to create "subtags". As an example, if you drag the tag @to_pay onto the tag @money, every task tagged with @to_pay will also appear in the view of @money (but the @money tag is not added to the task).</p>
1008+
1009+ <p>New tag is only added to the current task - there's no recursion and the tag is not applied to subtasks. However, when you create a new subtask, it will inherit the tags of its parents, but you can modify at any time the tags of a subtask to make it different from its parents if required.</p>
1010+
1011+ <links type="topic" groups="first second third fourth fifth sixth" style="2column"/>
1012+</page>
1013
1014=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-tasks.page'
1015--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-tasks.page 2013-06-18 22:31:16 +0000
1016+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-tasks.page 2014-03-18 02:22:25 +0000
1017@@ -1,31 +1,31 @@
1018-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
1019- xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
1020- type="guide" style="task 2column"
1021- id="gtg-tasks">
1022-
1023- <info>
1024- <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-task-management" group="first"/>
1025-
1026- <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
1027- <credit type="author copyright">
1028- <name>Radina Matic</name>
1029- <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
1030- <years>2013</years>
1031- </credit>
1032- <credit type="copyright editor">
1033- <name></name>
1034- <email its:translate="no"></email>
1035- <years></years>
1036- </credit>
1037-
1038- <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
1039-
1040- </info>
1041-
1042- <title>Working with Tasks</title>
1043-
1044-<media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/task-management.png"/>
1045-
1046- <p>In <app>GTG</app>, everything is a task. From building a bridge over the Pacific Ocean to changing a light bulb or organizing a party.</p>
1047- <links type="topic" groups="first second third fourth fifth sixth" style="2column"/>
1048-</page>
1049+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
1050+ xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
1051+ type="guide" style="task 2column"
1052+ id="gtg-tasks">
1053+
1054+ <info>
1055+ <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-task-management" group="first"/>
1056+
1057+ <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
1058+ <credit type="author copyright">
1059+ <name>Radina Matic</name>
1060+ <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
1061+ <years>2013</years>
1062+ </credit>
1063+ <credit type="copyright editor">
1064+ <name></name>
1065+ <email its:translate="no"></email>
1066+ <years></years>
1067+ </credit>
1068+
1069+ <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
1070+
1071+ </info>
1072+
1073+ <title>Working with Tasks</title>
1074+
1075+<media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/task-management.png"/>
1076+
1077+ <p>In <app>GTG</app>, everything is a task. From building a bridge over the Pacific Ocean to changing a light bulb or organizing a party.</p>
1078+ <links type="topic" groups="first second third fourth fifth sixth" style="2column"/>
1079+</page>
1080
1081=== modified file 'docs/userdoc/C/gtg-workview.page'
1082--- docs/userdoc/C/gtg-workview.page 2013-06-18 22:31:16 +0000
1083+++ docs/userdoc/C/gtg-workview.page 2014-03-18 02:22:25 +0000
1084@@ -1,50 +1,50 @@
1085-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
1086- xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
1087- type="guide" style="task 2column"
1088- id="gtg-workview">
1089-
1090- <info>
1091- <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-task-management"/>
1092-
1093- <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
1094- <credit type="author copyright">
1095- <name>Radina Matic</name>
1096- <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
1097- <years>2013</years>
1098- </credit>
1099- <credit type="copyright editor">
1100- <name></name>
1101- <email its:translate="no"></email>
1102- <years></years>
1103- </credit>
1104-
1105- <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
1106-
1107- </info>
1108-
1109- <title>Understand Work View</title>
1110-
1111- <p> If you press the <gui>Work View</gui> button, only actionable tasks will be displayed.</p>
1112-
1113-
1114-<figure>
1115- <title>Work View</title>
1116- <desc> </desc>
1117- <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/workview.png"/>
1118-</figure>
1119-
1120- <p>What is an actionable task? Actionable tasks are the ones that you can do directly, right now, and it has to meet two conditions:</p>
1121-
1122-<list>
1123- <item><p>Be "start-able", meaning that the start date has already arrived or passed.</p></item>
1124- <item><p>Not have any open subtasks, meaning that all its “prerequisites” are met and you can do the task itself directly.</p></item>
1125-</list>
1126-
1127-<p>This way the <gui>Work View</gui> will only show you the tasks you can do right now.</p>
1128-
1129-<p>If you use tags, you can right click on a tag in the sidebar and choose to hide tasks tagged with it in the <gui>Work View</gui>. This option is very useful if you have a tag like "someday" that you use for tasks you would like to do but are not particularly urgent.</p>
1130-
1131-
1132-
1133- <links type="topic" groups="first second third fourth fifth sixth" style="2column"/>
1134-</page>
1135+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
1136+ xmlns:its="http://www.w3.org/2005/11/its"
1137+ type="guide" style="task 2column"
1138+ id="gtg-workview">
1139+
1140+ <info>
1141+ <link type="guide" xref="index#gtg-task-management" group="fourth"/>
1142+
1143+ <revision pkgversion="1301" date="2013-06-18" status="candidate"/>
1144+ <credit type="author copyright">
1145+ <name>Radina Matic</name>
1146+ <email its:translate="no">radina.matic@gmail.com</email>
1147+ <years>2013</years>
1148+ </credit>
1149+ <credit type="copyright editor">
1150+ <name></name>
1151+ <email its:translate="no"></email>
1152+ <years></years>
1153+ </credit>
1154+
1155+ <include href="legal.xml" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude"/>
1156+
1157+ </info>
1158+
1159+ <title>Understand Work View</title>
1160+
1161+ <p> If you press the <gui>Work View</gui> button, only actionable tasks will be displayed.</p>
1162+
1163+
1164+<figure>
1165+ <title>Work View</title>
1166+ <desc> </desc>
1167+ <media type="image" mime="image/png" src="figures/workview.png"/>
1168+</figure>
1169+
1170+ <p>What is an actionable task? Actionable tasks are the ones that you can do directly, right now, and it has to meet two conditions:</p>
1171+
1172+<list>
1173+ <item><p>Be "start-able", meaning that the start date has already arrived or passed.</p></item>
1174+ <item><p>Not have any open subtasks, meaning that all its “prerequisites” are met and you can do the task itself directly.</p></item>
1175+</list>
1176+
1177+<p>This way the <gui>Work View</gui> will only show you the tasks you can do right now.</p>
1178+
1179+<p>If you use <link xref="gtg-tags">tags</link>, you can right click on a tag in the sidebar and choose to hide tasks tagged with it in the <gui>Work View</gui>. This option is very useful if you have a tag like "someday" that you use for tasks you would like to do but are not particularly urgent.</p>
1180+
1181+
1182+
1183+ <links type="topic" groups="first second third fourth fifth sixth" style="2column"/>
1184+</page>

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