In view all projects you can no longer print the whole thing. It only prints the firts project only. I was going to purchase the premium but until that is resolved I'll wait.
Asked by Jerry J. Hester on Jun 28, 2011 - 13:19
in order to reproduce this issue, please answer the following questions:
1. Do you see all projects when you type "vievall" or "va"?
2. Do you see only one project in the print view or do you see all projects, but only the first one actually gets printed?
3. Please try adding a new project and at least 1 task to it, try again and tell me if this newly added project gets printed. If not, at which point does it disappear?
4. Which browser are you using?
Steve Trojan on Jul 08, 2011 - 04:12
I'm having the same problem. IN answer to your questions:
1. I see all projects when in viewall mode
2.When in print view, I see only the first project, until I escape out of the print dialog, all the projects then appear
3. Tried that and new project is not printing with others.
4. IE 8.0.6001
Steve Trojan on Jul 11, 2011 - 10:25
It works better but still does not print all projects. In my example I have 7 projects and it prints the first 4. All 7 projects are listed on screen before I print, but just 4 are printing.
Kingdon Barrett on Aug 11, 2011 - 02:45
I can see all projects in my Todoist "view all" view, but when I print, I experience strange behavior with all but the first project.
In the first project, "X" is correctly printed to indicate that a task is checked off.
In all subsequent projects, the name is displayed as gray text, but X's are not printed. If I view the projects individually, all X's within a project are printed correctly.
Kingdon Barrett on Aug 11, 2011 - 07:33
It's OK by me! The bug is not so bad as to make the software less attractive. I would be upset if I could not print "view all", as the original poster's bug was posted, but that seems to be fixed at present.
Steve Trojan on Aug 11, 2011 - 07:38
Kindon, maybe I am not understanding your comment, but I can still not print all projects, even when in a "view all" mode.
Kingdon Barrett on Aug 11, 2011 - 08:37
I just tried adding a fifth project (I only had 4) and they all appear on the page when I view all, and they are still there to print when I click the print icon.
Only issue I am seeing is that after the first project on the page, none of the X's are correctly printed. Because I am using a black and white printer, it is impossible to detect the gray text, I just have to run down the list and check things off while looking at the online "view all" list with the accurate checks.
Steve, it is a bummer that you are still having that issue. The software works almost perfect for me.
Kingdon Barrett on Sep 06, 2011 - 12:39
thanks! I was just getting used to checking them off myself while looking at the online and print versions side-by-side...
I will be able to skip a step now ^_^
I appreciate your follow-up and I'm pleased about the change. I guess that my projects will receive more equal attention now, regardless of the order that I put them in
I'm really glad you fixed the bug.
Kingdon Barrett on Oct 11, 2011 - 03:59
This bug is back...
Hopefully you can reproduce it without a ton of details. This time, I am in Print All Projects view, and the view shows grey text correctly for all of the items that have been checked off, all the way down... except
Only the grey (completed) items in the first _three_ projects have X's in their task boxes. The rest of them, I have to go back along my printout and check them off by hand with a pencil, while looking at the screen... since the grey text does not show from my black-and-white printer.
Thanks again for a great software product, the bugs I have found are really not a strong detractor from using your tools, I am a fan.
Kingdon Barrett on Oct 11, 2011 - 04:06
While I am on the subject of reporting style/template errors...
The printout does not show the little circle-arrow icon that is meant to denote "repeating"
The icon shows on the HTML sheet prior to printing, but once the document is sent to the printer, the icons do not appear on the sheet. Maybe the Print CSS sheet could be updated using greasemonkey?
(These seem like helpful options, if you could make them available in the tool, but they might be too much... "print/don't print" for either of "checkbox/circle-arrow recurrence icon"...)
These are exactly the questions that I might want to hear asked at a meeting where sheets of these Todoist documents were being reviewed... "is this task really done", "do we do it again"
I do not know exactly why the printouts differ from the screen view. I am using Firefox 4.0.1
The results are the same (for both bugs) using Firefox 7.0.1, the latest from Ubuntu.
Harry Davis on Oct 12, 2011 - 11:21
I am looking for your email to Jason RE: VESID vouchers that I think you said are here.
I do not see them.