todolicious

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I delete a To Do? To delete a To Do, control-click the area near the checkbox and select Delete from the menu that appears.

How do I delete all of my To Dos? You can select the menu Edit>Delete All To Dos..., accept the confirmation, and your To Dos will be deleted. Once you do this, all of your To Dos will be completely inaccessible, including by searching.

How can I use Todolicious from the keyboard? Todolicious has several built in keyboard shortcuts for using Todolicious from the keyboard.

  • ⌘N: Opens the new To Do panel
  • ⌘F or ⌘⌥F: Focuses the search field
  • ⌘⌥C: Toggles whether finished To Dos are shown

You can also define your own custom shortcuts in Preferences for opening the new To Do panel and showing your To Do list. These keyboard shortcuts can be used from within any application. If the shortcut you picked doesn't work, there may be another app on your Mac that is trying to use the same shortcut.

How can I use Todolicious with my multitouch trackpad or mouse? Todolicious lets you swipe your To Dos to mark them as done. To use, place your mouse over the item you have just done and swipe across (using 2 fingers if you have a Magic Mouse, and 3 fingers if you use a trackpad). This will mark the To Do as done. This is a very powerful way to mark stuff off quickly.

My To Do list window won't appear! Due to a bug in Todolicious 1.0, the To Do list window can occasionally fail to appear due to a conflict in Mac OS X's audio system. As a temporary workaround, you will have to move any custom sounds you have out of:

  • ~/Library/Sounds/
  • /Library/Sounds/
  • /System/Library/Sounds/

An update has been submitted to the Mac App Store which resolves this issue, pending Apple's approval.

When editing tasks, the text editor will sometimes jump to a different To Do! Due to a bug in Todolicious 1.0, if you try to edit existing To Dos, you can occasionally run into a bug where the text editor will accidentally "jump" to a different To Do. A fix is being prepared and will be submitted to the Mac App Store as soon as it's ready.

My To Do list window doesn't seem to remember it's position! Due to a bug in Todolicious 1.0, the To Do list window can forget to save its location on screen. This problem can be worked around by forcing the window to save its position by manually closing the window. When you reopen it (by clicking the Dock icon, opening it from the Window menu, or using the global keyboard shortcut), the window should be in the correct place. An update has been submitted to the Mac App Store which resolves this issue, pending Apple's approval.

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