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Repeating "No tasks" message

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Hello.

It's a little cosmetic bug. If you refresh the page it's OK.

The problem is that when you are adding tasks in an empty project, you are in "Add task mode". This way, you can check as complete task for last task in project, showing "No tasks" message. You are still in "add task mode". You can entry another task to the again empty project. Check complete and repeat again. If you repeat this operation 4 times, you will have "No tasks" message 4 times. It can be a bit confusing. For example: Make a new project "TEST". Inside, add task "test1" and check complete. Number of tasks in "TEST" is 0. Add task "test2". Check complete. You have 0 tasks and "No tasks" message twice. If you uncheck "test1" or "test2" you will have "No tasks" message twice.

I'd tryed on Firefox 3.6 and Chrome. All the time I was using the mouse, not keyboard shortcuts.


I hope my explanation is clear.

Thank you.

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David Trey staff
Replied on Nov 12, 2011 - 08:02 UTC

Hello Victor,

thank you for your feedback. Indeed, there seems to be a bug, I've been able to reproduce it and will forward it to the developers, thank you for pointing it out.

As you you've said, it seems to be purely cosmetic and it doesn't seem to cause any further issues. Still, for now, I would advise to close the task input field after adding tasks either by clicking on the "I'm done adding tasks" link or using the Esc key.

Sorry for any inconvenience.


Best regards,
David

David Trey staff
Replied on Dec 01, 2011 - 10:36 UTC

Hello Victor,

this issue has been fixed, if you check and un-check tasks in a new project with an open input box, you will not see more than one "No new tasks" line.


Best regards,
David