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Outliner with drag/drop reordering - part 2
@ihf V01.10 and outline.versions with
Version V01.10 - outline text in event notes for Apple Watch will contain emoji for (un)checkbox
New version should be automatically checked, confirmed, installed by V01.09
@cvp with regard to the checkboxes on the watch. What I am seeing is an unchecked box to the left of every line in the outline. I may have misunderstood but I imagined that checked or unchecked boxes would appear next to lines with a checkbox in the outline.
@ihf you should see checked or unchecked box on the Apple Watch exactly like you see with outline.py, don't you?
Édit: only after an update of the outline with the new V01.10 of course
@cvp I think I see the problem. I was using an outline that has checkboxes on some lines , but not all. It also had the 1st line has outline turned off. It appears that the event notes have a checkbox whether or not it is in the outline.
@ihf you may have check box on some lines and not on other ones. But I agree I don't use the switch off/on about 1st level
@cvp I tried another outline which does not have that option turned off (all lines are part of the outline) but where some lines do not have a checkbox. The event notes show a checkbox on all lines.
It appears that the event notes have a checkbox whether or not it is in the outline
Sure event notes already up to date? There is some delay of sync between devices
The event notes show a checkbox on all lines.
Thus, you don't see an empty gray checkbox if there is no checked box in a line?
Could you post a screen capture of outline.py and of the Watch
@cvp Yes, the event notes are up-to-date and I see other changes but every line has a checkbox regardless of whether it is in the outline.
@ihf not a gray checkbox, you mean a checked box?
@cvp every line has an unchecked box (except those that are checked). In other words, if I turn off a checkbox on one or more lines, they still appear as unchecked boxes in the calendar event notes.
if I turn off a checkbox on one or more lines, they still appear as unchecked boxes in the calendar event notes.
Ok, I think that I understand now. Sorry, I had completely forgotten that we can turn off a checkbox. My app has so much functionalities 🙄
I'll correct this later.
Thus I have to support:
- no checkbox
- unchecked check box ◻️
- checked checkbox ✅
- due date set for unchecked 🕦
@cvp Yes, your creation has so much functionality that sometimes I forget all that it does (until I think of something I want to do and I realize you have already implemented it!)
@ihf How do you want I align a line without checkbox?
After some spaces?
Other emoji to show that there is no checkbox?
Ex: unchecked could be 🔲 and no checkbox could be ⬜️
@cvp Outline has become an important part of my “workflow”. I don’t want to think about what I’ll do if Pythonista were to stop working at some point.
@cvp I think that either no checkbox and aligned on the left would be ok as would a solid bullet.
@ihf please choose
No check box
• no check box
⬜️ Not checked
🕦 due date unchecked
@cvp I would use the bullet for the lines with no-check-box.
you did not tell me if automatic install has been ok
@ihf V01.11 and outline.versions with
Version V01.11 - outline text in event notes for Apple Watch will contain - clock emoji for unchecked outline with due date already set - bullet for outline without check box
Edit: if bullet is not at level 1, as it is narrower than an emoji, the outline seems to be not aligned
⬜️1.0 unchecked 🕦 1.1 due date unchecked ✅ 1.1.1 checked • 1.1.2 no checkbox
We should use also an emoji instead of a bullet, but which one?
⬜️1.0 unchecked 🕦 1.1 due date unchecked ✅ 1.1.1 checked ▪️ 1.1.2 no checkbox