* J. Anthony Hertzler (plant.sequoias@...) wrote:
> I have been using gnotime for a few days on Ubuntu Karmic, and just
> discovered that my main window doesn't allow expanding the project to view
> its tasks, as the documentation shows. After switching to a new project, I
> can't find any way to return to a previous project in the main window so
> that I can start and stop its timer. I'm sure I'm missing something, but I
> don't seem to be able to find any option to turn on anywhere in the gui to
> allow me to display anything other than the most recent task in the main
> window. I've attached a screenshot (don't know if that works on this mailing
> list) to demonstrate how a project with multiple tasks appears to have only
> one in the main window. I'd really appreciate an explanation of this by
> somebody. Thanks!
> -anthony hertzler
The "tasks" you see expanded in the main window as shown in the
examples are subprojects. You create them by creating a new project
and then draging them into an existing project.
Going back to a previous diary entry is not supported in the current
The code available in our source control repository includes this
feature, allowing you to select which diary entry you wnat to work on
from a combobox. This should be released soon.
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