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Re: Making sure a certain tag is applied to every task
You can remove the tag color by re-clicking on it on the color chooser,
see Bug #1029342, or setting the background color to white.
Alternatively, you may want to try prioritizing your tasks using fuzzy
dates (due someday -> @1, soon -> @2, now -> @3) and let the urgency
color plugin do the coloring. Actually, that would require a minor
addition to the plugin.
@Wolter: what do you think? Would this be a possible use case for your
Anyway, for recurrent tasks check out Bug #344432.
On 08/26/2012 09:40 PM, Francesco Turco wrote:
I have the @p tag for periodic tasks and the @np tag for non-periodic
tasks. Each task should be either periodic or non-periodic. At the
moment I set the gray color for both the @p and @np tags and I just make
sure that every task has a gray square. The fact is I'd like to avoid
using a color for periodic/non-periodic tasks because I already have
colors for @1/@2/@3 tag priorities, and priority is more important for
me to recognise than periodicity.
Has anyone already had a similar problem?
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