Task view and previous / next buttons

Asked by fonji on 2009-03-08

Hello Ploum & co!
I'm not sure if it's a good idea, it just cameto me while using for the first time gtg...

I thought that when you're reading a (sub-)task, clicking on one of its subtask shouldn't open a new window but "redirect" the current one.
Marking a task as done or dismissing it should "go back" or close when there's no previous page.
You could go to the previous and next tasks using browser-like buttons.
You should be able to configure this behavior (new windows mode vs limited windows mode), maybe via the "view" menu.

You should also use the gnome configuration for the toolbar (only icons, only text or both).

Hope this help.
fonji

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fonji (fonji) said : #1

Maybe think of a browser-like behavior : clic = redirect, maj+clic = new window, options should be displayed in the right-click menu.
And in a second time, implement tabs ;)

Lionel Dricot (ploum) said : #2

Hello,

It looks like you don't have any question but it's more like a bug report. Can you please report a bug in which you explain precisely your problem and a way for us to reproduce it ?

Thanks for your cooperation