If you're anything like me, the first thing you do when you start the computer is to check your emails and feeds. An hour or two later, you might get something else done, if you remember what you intended to do in the first place. -JennyB (October 26, 2007, 09:38 AM)
I suggest you do this:buy and read Getting Things Done (see amazon.com)do NOT check emails and feeds first thing in the morning/when you turn on the PCdisable "check emails every x minutes" and other tools that frequently show you your new emailsYes, it's not totally easy to get used to the changes, and yes, you'll get a lot done.-brotherS (December 10, 2007, 08:26 AM)
I guess I'll have to make a return visit to the Yucatan. Examples show day and month two ways. Could it have to do with my display properties for date and time?-BigJim (December 10, 2007, 11:04 AM)
Looks like it's handling the ddMMMyy format properly.
And yes, OCD, ADD, hallucinatory bats, and too much coffee. It's all in there!
- Handles dates in the format ddMMMyy or ddMMMyyyy (e.g. 12Jan08) without corrupting the time component if present
Are you getting sick of this, Ralf?
is there any value to seeing the time countdown when something is beyond a couple of days?
When minimized to the tray, hovering the mouse over the TODOD icon displays the elapsed time, the remaining time until the annoying popup pops, and the total time spent messing with the current document for the life of TODOD's tracking it.-Ralf Maximus (December 08, 2007, 01:02 AM)
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