Archive for October, 2007

updated q tag

Monday, October 29th, 2007

The latest version of GyroQ ( leads to a glitch with the older version of the MindReader “q” tag that causes MindReader to mark up the centraltopic of the destination map instead of the new topic. To address this, just paste the packed text of the new q tag into the GyroQ dialog box. This […]

Mark Task Complete Update

Wednesday, October 10th, 2007

If you are using the “Mark and Log Task Done” macro (a.ka. “mtc” tag or mark-task-complete.mmbas), please download the updated version the macro from the wiki Macro Library. The previous version of the macro acted on the currently selected tasks and got confused if you changed the selected task while it was running. That problem […]

Delay or Extend an Activity with MindReader

Monday, October 8th, 2007

The latest version of MindReader will automatically add two new branches to your MindReader.mmap configuration file. The “delay” and “extend” branches add keyword phrases that will allow you to “delay” the start date and end date of a task or just “extend” the due date using the GyroQ “m” tag. For example, if you type […]

Building a Custom ResultsManager Dashboard

Sunday, October 7th, 2007

This week I got an inquiry from Sigurdur on whether there was a “Hot Action” ResultsManager dashboard available. I thought it would be useful to capture the process of creating one in a blog post to review the seven steps to creating a custom ResultsManager dashboard using MindManager 7. Sigurdur’s request was for a “Hot […]

Add tasks before, after, or in parallel to selected task

Sunday, October 7th, 2007

In my ongoing quest to stake claims on as many single letter GyroQ tag names as possible, I’ve added the following three new tags to MindReader: “a” inserts a task “after” the selected task (inserts a parent task) “b” inserts a task “before” the selected task (adds a child task) “p” inserts a task in […]

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