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Hi everyone,

Here is my Getting Organized System I've worked out so far.

It's mostly based on what I've read about GTD. I've tried to keep it as simple as possible.

Here's what I want to use and don't want to use from GTD, as requested in this week's assignment.

I must say I'm not consequent in using my own system yet, but I will try of course. I do use the weekly schedule, but I don't have a project list yet, for example. A lot of things I want to do are still in my head - to get all that out is one of the big challenges... :-)

Your comments are welcome!

I'm off to do my very first weekly review...! :-)

I think TaskLog is a great tool but I have the following problems with it (version 1.1):

  • If I change the task names in Settings they don't take effect until I restart TaskLog. (Also reported above.)
  • If I unselect "Show reminder dialog" it will still keep coming up, even after restarting TaskLog.

I hope you can help me with this!

I've just read about this experiment and will join, so I'll catch up as soon as possible!

Please let me know what to expect... Will there be an assignment every day? What will be covered?

Clipboard Help+Spell / Another bug?
« on: December 06, 2005, 03:39 AM »
Thanks, that would be great...

Another thing I saw: I was trying to change the options "Start with Windows" and "Start minimized", but they didn't stick after a reboot. (I rebooted while Clipboard H&S was running.) The options did stick when I manually closed and restarted the application though. (I guess the same thing goes for some other options, but I haven't tried.)

Hope this helps.

Edit: oops, this might be the same thing as mentioned in this thread.

Clipboard Help+Spell / Bug: commas in editbox "Strip trailing stuff"
« on: December 02, 2005, 06:19 AM »
I encountered the following issue:

When I type two commas in succession in the "Strip trailing stuff" editbox (in the Modify/format case dialog), the program hangs. I was trying to strip trailing commas from a string; obviously this is not the way! :-) Is there a way to "escape" a comma so it gets treated as a character to strip instead of as a separator?

I use version 1.05.02 on Windows XP.

I hope this helps you solve the problem.

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