TaskPaper 3.6.2 Preview (290)


#1
  • Item > Move to Project no longer moves the selection along with the moved project
  • When moving items in a filtered view don’t reveal hidden items when performing the move
  • Fixed Edit > Selection > Select Sentence to not select the trailing newline after the sentence
  • Fixed unwanted scrolling that could occur when (Shift-Tab) moving items to the left
  • Fixed no longer autocomplete when inserting @ within existing words

TaskPaper 3.6.2 Preview (290) adds:

  • Fixed Pasting page break character no longer crashes TaskPaper
  • Fixed Clicking file links in Mac App Store version new reveals files in Finder

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TaskPaper 3.6 (285)
Adding @ at beginning of word without triggering task dialog
Moving item to project moves cursor
#2

Wow, you have been busy. As always. Thank you!!


#3

Yup, I’ve taken a break from LibraryView stuff for a few days to catch up on TaskPaper issue.


#4

Hi Jesse,

am I right Palette (Go to …) now directly set the cursor focus on the editing window :slight_smile:

In the previous versions you had to press tab to get the focus on the editing window!

thnx!!

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edit:

No I’am wrong, I was selecting a project this time via an arrow key after pressing ⌘-P. In that case the editing window is selected.
but… when pressing ⌘-P, some letters of the project and then pressing return (top project in dropdown list is the one i want to use, but is not yet grayed) , the project sidebar becomes active.

Could you also give this the same behavior?


#5

I don’t think arrow key vrs typing to select is making the difference… for me they both act the same, and I would expect them to act the same. Instead I think the difference is what interface element has keyboard focus before you press ⌘-P. It should be that same element gets focus after you’ve selected a project.

So if the sidebar has keyboard focus, then after ⌘-P it will have focus returned to it. On the other hand if the text editor has keyboard focus, then after ⌘-P it will have focus returned to it.


#6

Yay!!


#7

I’ve just added a new preview (290) release that:

  • Fixed Pasting page break character no longer crashes TaskPaper
  • Fixed Clicking file links in Mac App Store version new reveals files in Finder

#8

Thank you.

Now, Anybody, would it be possible to get a tutorial on links? I have read about them through the forum, but I honestly have not used them because I have no clear picture of what to do with them.