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  1. 95 votes
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    Charlie Halpern-Hamu commented  · 

    If there's only going to be one format, I propose the least ambiguous, most logical, and easily sortable international standard format: YYYY-MM-DD

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601

  4. 18 votes
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    Charlie Halpern-Hamu commented  · 

    I would want AMOLED black background.

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    started  ·  3 comments  ·  Checkvist Mobile  ·  Admin →
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  6. 1 vote
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    Charlie Halpern-Hamu commented  · 

    I'm confused. I thought this was already happening.

  7. 34 votes
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    By the moment, you can modify Checkvist presentation in the PRO plan. You can alter some colors, and provide advanced custom CSS styles which allow to change the font size. But this requires hard CSS coding. We need to provide simple way to specify different styles for a list.

    The sample CSS for reducing font size in the list is:
    ul.topLevel li { font-size: 12px;}
    ul.topLevel ul li, ul.topLevel ul li.task { font-size: 10px;}

    Some more customisation samples can be seen in this list: https://checkvist.com/checklists/486715

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    Charlie Halpern-Hamu commented  · 

    I can reduce the font, but I can't increase the density (reducing space between list items). Margin and padding don't seem to have effect. (Actually, that's not true. I can make the margin/padding larger, but not smaller. I assume there's something else forcing a minimum. Line-height of the ul or similar.)

    I'm trying to help myself by looking at the HTML and CSS. But the HTML isn't visible in when I view source. And the CSS is highly minified. I also note that I need to use !important to make changes to top-level list items.

    It would be very helpful if, on the page that gives sample CSS snippets, there was a sample or two of what the HTML looks like and what the key corresponding stock CSS is.

  8. 21 votes
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  9. 20 votes
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    Charlie Halpern-Hamu commented  · 

    Update: I've not got any of the Android create-a-widget-from-a-web-page tools to work with Checkvist yet.

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  10. 47 votes
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  11. 234 votes
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    Dear Adrian, thanks for giving your vote to this issue! We’ll try hard to keep the user interface simple – promise!

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  12. 26 votes
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    Charlie Halpern-Hamu commented  · 

    Actually, searching for "changed: today" does a fine job. Or "in: closed changed: previous week". Is the current week always the last seven days? Or does it start on a Sunday or Monday?

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    Charlie Halpern-Hamu commented  · 

    Yes, since I'm organizing my (future) work with Checkvist, I really want to be able to review my (past) work at the end of the week so I can report my accomplishments.

    I'm looking for something like Google Tasks' "View completed tasks", which shows me completed tasks by day.

  13. 16 votes
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    Charlie Halpern-Hamu commented  ·