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TitlesChecklistDescriptionA simple checklist app focused on ad-hoc lists.Supported OSWindows 7.  Probably works, but not tested, on Windows XP/Vista/8/10Website:
Like most of my apps, I wrote this because I couldn't find a simple checklist app that suited my needs.  What I'm talking about is off-the-cuff, ad hoc types of lists.  The ones that, in the course of your (work) day, you find yourself wanting a quick way to set up a checklist, especially one that can be easily used over and over.  Just rows of text entries and a checkbox for each.  No B.S., no time tracking, and no crazy wizzbang features.  In other words, this app is not a time tracker nor is it meant as a full-blown project tracker.  There are plenty of extremely well done apps that already do this.  Task Coach, MyLifeOrganized, & ToDoList are but three that I'd recommend.

Again, rows of text entries and a checkbox for each -- that's what this app strives to provide.


* Mulitple list interface -- quickly add new lists or duplicate existing lists
* Can hide in the system tray and be used with a hide/show hotkey
* Cut/copy/paste entries from one list to another maintaining checked state
* Paste entries in from the clipboard
* Customizable list font
* Sort checked items to top or bottom
* Check all and uncheck all buttons
* Always on top button
Download the zip file and extract its contents into a new folder.  Run sChecklist.exe to start the application.

I'd like to get a bit of beta testing on this app before I fully release it on my website.  Thanks to anybody who gives it a try.

I was hoping to get that beta testing before any of the software sites or blogs pick up the app.


Hope to give some feedback soon

Any chance the checked items can also have strikethrough?

Hope to give some feedback soon -rgdot (June 07, 2014, 09:01 PM)
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Thanks.  =]  One of the reasons I'd like to get some testing is that, during development, there were certain conditions where saving a list would save it with nothing in it (effectively wiping it out).  I've endeavoured to handle all those conditions I could find but more testing would be welcome before I commit to releasing this fully.  Of course, it goes without saying, if you lose a carefully crafted list because of this, I'm sorry.   :-[


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