I’m a new TaskPaper user, and I’m still getting my head around what it offer (but I’m loving it already).
Two things that I’m hoping might be on the cards are greater control over printing, and (or) some way to get styled text out. For example with respect to the latter, it’d be great to be able to ‘copy-as-Markdown’ (to manipulate further elsewhere) or ‘copy-as-HTML’ (to, for example, paste into an email and send. Or even just the ability to share via a styled email.
I’m not talking about extensive formatting, either - bolded project headings, appropriate indenting, etc., rather than plain text. The default ‘look’ of TaskPaper documents, in a way that can be shared with non-TaskPaper (or non-Mac) users for greater readability than plain text.
Oh, and I know about scripts, and checked out the TaskPaper-to-Marked2 script, for example - couldn’t get it to work, though, (I gather I’m not the only one, from the discussion on the Extensions page). And I think that it might be overkill for what I’m looking for.
The issue of printing is probably less important to me as TaskPaper already prints using the nice, neat default style.
But - and I might be missing something obvious here, and perhaps this is already built in… I assumed that when I was playing with StyleSheets, changes I see on screen would translate to documents I print. So, if the selected stylesheet makes things tagged @priority(1) red, this would carry over when printing. That hasn’t been the case in practice (with the few styles I’ve downloaded to play with), but I’ve yet to fully explore the scope of what can be done with StyleSheets, and how to use them. Apologies if I’ve missed it.