TaskPaper 3.2.1 – Simple to-do list.

TaskPaper 3.2.1

TaskPaper is a plain-text to-do list that’s surprisingly adept. Thoroughly modernized. TaskPaper 3 is all new, while still retaining the same plain-text design that’s been getting things done since 2006.

What’s New in 3
  • All new app
  • More powerful searches
  • Flexible and unique folding interface
  • More powerful text editor and outliner
  • Saved searches; one click away in sidebar
  • Relative date and time based searches
  • LESS/CSS powered themes
  • Extensive Javascript API Key Features
  • Plain text files; edit anywhere
  • Type and your lists are auto formatted
  • Projects- tasks, notes, and @tags
  • Text editor speed with outliner power
  • Lists within lists within lists
  • Fold, focus, and filter to make big list small
  • Drag and drop to organize your list
  • Fully scriptable and themable
  • Getting things done since 2006


What’s New

Version 3.2.1:

  • Editor better maintains current scroll position when editing.
  • Pasting into end of focused project now inserts items correctly.
  • "Share Item" in toolbar is fixed to share the the selected text.
  • Don't scroll to selection when performing drag and drop operations.
  • Include "More..." option in toolbar "Share Item" popup menu.
  • Fixed how leading spaces are converted into item indent levels.
  • Preview badge now includes version number and isn't shown in notification style.
  • Archive Done command now includes all containing projects in [email protected]` tag.
  • Use "TaskPaper Generic" file type to save without `.taskpaper` file extension.
  • Fixed problem where text caret would display in wrong position or not at all.
  • Search field text on OS X 10.10 no longer remains centered after clicking tag.
  • Return only autocompletes to formatted tasks when current line _starts_ with ``.
  • Delete last item then followed by Undo and then Redo no longer causes crash.
  • Selection now draws correctly behind paragraph break invisible characters.
  • Edit > Copy Displayed (Option-Command-C) works when last item is fully selected.


Compatibility

OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor


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