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Topic # 5337 20-Oct-2005 14:20
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Hi,
on an imate JAM. if I choose to show on the Today screen the numbers from a category of tasks it works fine, but If I chooe a spesifc taks - nothings happens.
any idea why?

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  Reply # 21821 20-Oct-2005 21:19
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Can you explain further please Bazi.

The default today screen options for Tasks allows you to show the count for tasks filtered by category (All Tasks, or your own defined category) and task type (High Priority/Due Today/Overdue) and this works fine on my Imate.

When you say nothing happens when you select a specific task, is it when you're trying to open the task itself from within the tasks screen - once that is opened from the today screen?

Is it all tasks, or just one specific one causing the problem? If it's all, try a device reset. If just one the item may be corrupt. Try deleting and re-creating it.



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  Reply # 21831 21-Oct-2005 03:31
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Sorry, I meant spesific task Category. When I choose to show a spesifc category it works fine. when I choose "All Task" it says there are none.
weird? very...
Thanks.

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  Reply # 21864 21-Oct-2005 13:23
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Yes, very wierd. This works fine for me on both my PDA2k and a older Imate PDA, showing all my Active tasks for either the all tasks category or just the selected task category depending on what I choose to display.

I don't have a Jam to test this on though- sorry. Maybe someone else with a Jam can try this and confirm.

I assume the three checkboxes to filter by priority, due today and overdue are all Unchecked while you are trying this. If not, uncheck them now and try it again just to make sure it's not something with one of these filtering all the tasks out.

John

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