TaskPaper 3.3.1 Preview (217)


#1

Continuing the discussion from Automatic scroll to cursor after click:

Bug fix release.

  • Clicking on task dash (to toggle @done) no longer scrolls to selected text

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#2

Cannot access search when toolbar is hidden (3.3.1 (217)). Not from View menu nor by shortcuts.


#3

@jessegrosjean Is there a final 3.3.1 version? As far as I can tell we’re still at 3.3.1 preview only. It seems this “should” be complete given other chatter about 3.4 and 3.5.


#4

Yes, 3.3.1 is the final version.

Right now the last preview (3.3.1 matches the current final version, also 3.3.1) … more info here:

The short of it is that right now the preview version code is exactly the same as the release version. The only difference is when I next release a preview version it will update itself, unlike the release version that won’t update itself until a new release version is posted.


#5

My bad. Got it now!


#6

Small issue I wanted to flag — when I change task into a note, the cursor jumps down to the next line. This behavior doesn’t happen for any other item changes — note to task, task to project, project to note, etc. all leave the cursor where it is.

Thanks!


#7

I’ve added an issue for this, though I don’t expect a fix too soon.

The issue is that I need a better way to track how ranges in the editor are effected by changes in the outline model. In this case formatting as a note removes two characters from the item… so when I restore the selection range it’s still at the same “text location” … but since the previous text is 2 characters shorter… it seems to show up ahead of where it was previously.

It’s definitely a fixable problem, but to do it cleanly and efficiently I would need to build up an extra index to track ranges in those cases. At this point I don’t think spending the time and code to do that is worth it vrs other things. I think this is the only case where not having that index is really hurting the app.


#8

Makes sense — thanks for the explanation! :slight_smile: