« on: October 30, 2019, 05:18 PM »
You should port it to Interlink.
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Since we've got a solid platform to build on now and people have started using it to create their own alternative clients based on it, I'd like to draw the attention to a donation collection effort that is currently on-going to develop and launch a fully-capable e-mail, usenet news and feed client building on UXP and being based on Thunderbird prior to their descent into the limited realm of WebExtensions and "modern Mozilla".
If the Thunderbird Council will not listen to what its users need, then we will!
Please see here for details about this effort and how to chip in/donate. Tobin, our Communicator specialist and prior contributor to the SeaMonkey project will be spearheading this effort. Of course everything will be Open Source under the MPL, as usual.
This effort will directly replace FossaMail for the gap it has filled in the past. Despite pleas to revive it, I simply don't have the time to do so. Instead, please support this new client!
Thanks for your attention.
Is it possible to make a hotkey for this option? I looked through preferences, but couldn't find it.
I use this feature quite often, and quarduple click is getting boring.-Attronarch (November 20, 2017, 02:22 AM)
I never said anything about Agile boards looking at that statement. I talked about backlogs.-wraith808 (August 21, 2017, 07:55 PM)
... The purpose of an agile board (and trello) is not in the implementation, but the backlog. ...-wraith808 (June 30, 2017, 11:11 PM)
I think there's a problem intrinsic to trying to make OnTask digital. Some things need to be touched, and felt, and simple in order to succeed. What I've found using OnTask is that I'm bad at prioritizing large amounts of anything, and estimating how long something does take or should take, and easily distracted. Backlogs, after working with Agile for 4+ years don't really work, as you're never really trying to clear them, so they become built up with a lot of detritus that distract. There's a whole lot of that on our backlog at work, and we're never going to prioritize them, even if we have nothing to do. They just don't matter. And so the stack rank becomes meaningless.-wraith808 (July 02, 2017, 08:49 AM)