#1474 "Effort for one Task"-view does not save task when closing and reopening

Release_1.3.34
fixed-and-released
nobody
None
windows
1
2014-05-25
2013-12-12
Michael
No

When I add a new view using "Effort for one Task" it correctly displays the efforts of the selected task and all subtasks, but when I close Task Coach and reopen it, this view displays the efforts of all tasks, it does not remember the selected task.

Discussion

  • Michael

    Michael - 2013-12-12

    My Task Coach version is 1.3.34 which was not available as Milestone for selection.

     
  • Jérome Laheurte

    • First version affected: Release_0.72.0 --> Release_1.3.34
     
  • Jérome Laheurte

    Sorry, I forgot to create the milestone.

     
  • Jérome Laheurte

    This is actually a duplicate of #1126. A bit tricky...

     
  • Michael

    Michael - 2013-12-12

    Confirmed, as duplicate. Sorry that I did not find #1126 on my own.

     
    Last edit: Michael 2013-12-12
  • Jérome Laheurte

    No problem, I remembered it existed but it took me some time to find it again :)

     
  • Jérome Laheurte

    A fix was made and checked into the source code repository of Task Coach. The fix will be part of the next release. You will get another notification when that release is available with the request to install the new release and confirm that your issue has indeed been fixed.

    If you like, you can download a recent build from http://www.fraca7.net/TaskCoach-packages/latest_bugfixes.py to test the fix.

    Because a fix has been made for this bug report, the priority of this report has been lowered to 1 and its resolution has been set to 'Fixed'.
    Thanks, Task Coach development team

     
  • Jérome Laheurte

    This bug should be fixed in the latest release of Task Coach. Can you please install the latest release of Task Coach and confirm that this bug has indeed been fixed?

    Thanks, Task Coach development team

     

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