ToDo X
ToDo X 2.3
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To-do task organizer.   Shareware ($15.00)
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ToDo X is a native Cocoa to-do list application for Mac OS X. Its user interface is deliberately, almost ruthlessly simplified, yet it provides plenty of power under the hood: it allows you to maintain multiple, prioritized lists of to-do items, each with unlimited attached notes and clickable links to Web locations, documents, folders and addressbook entries; you can link items to multiple lists and use drag & drop to copy, link or move items between lists; you can search, display or print the union of selected lists. You have instant access to your to-do lists from the dock or the menu bar,
What's New
Version 2.3:
  • The Make New ToDo Item service has been tweaked for Snow Leopard so that it will appear in the Services menu when appropriate.
  • In Snow Leopard, the main window was not hiding properly if an Edit window was open. This has been fixed.
  • The main and Edit windows can fade when auto-hiding, rather than hide instantly. The fade time is controlled by a hidden preference as described in the FAQ.
  • The Help menu now contains direct links to various topics covered in the ToDo Help. This feature is disabled in older Mac OS X releases.
  • The context menu for setting to-do item priority is greyed out when no items are selected.
  • When using Spaces it should now be harder to lose sight of an Edit window.
  • The application no longer gets confused about the state of the option key when the user presses or releases it while a menu is active.
  • A workaround has been devised for OmniWeb pasteboard behavior that prevented it from working with the Make New ToDo Item service.
  • An error message has been revised to reflect changes to the Print panel as of Leopard.
  • Support for Unsanity’s Smart Crash Reports has been removed.
Version 2.3:
  • The Make New ToDo Item service has been tweaked for Snow Leopard so that it will appear in the Services menu when appropriate.
  • In Snow Leopard, the main window was not hiding properly if an Edit window was open. This has been fixed.
  • The main and Edit windows can fade when auto-hiding, rather than hide instantly. The fade time is controlled by a hidden preference as more...
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later; Leopard compatible.



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Yoxi reviewed on 28 Jan 2008
Rally like this app, the one thing missing for me is a keyboard shortcut to display the dropdown menu of all items in the list.
[Version 2.2]


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Anonymous reviewed on 04 Aug 2005
This little gem keeps getting better and better! It was always 100% reliable, and I relied heavily on it even before, but the devloper has fixed a couple of minor inconveniences and made it even stronger. For example, now if I drag an item from one category to another, the item moves to the new category and I stay in the old one. It used to be a minor inconvenience that I'd have to click back to the first category after moving something but, like I said, that is now fixed. Also, the page up, page down, home and end keys now work. Another minor inconvenience fixed. There was nothing ever really "wrong" with the application, but now the developer has corrected even the minor inefficiencies it had. Now I cannot find ANYTHING wrong with it, minor or otherwise. The shareware cost was an insignificantly tiny price to pay for something so valuable to my productivity.

A final thought: I'm amazed at how often the developer updates this app. I just can't recommend it highly enough.
[Version 1.9.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 20 Jul 2005
I've had this app since its inception and it just keeps getting better and better and all for one price. I use this app more and more as as I do so I appreciate its simplicity and power. The developer is very responsive. I've never had a problem. It's cheap at the price. Buy it!
[Version 1.9]


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Anonymous reviewed on 21 Mar 2005
A very nice, clean, unobtrusive app! Extremely simple to use and just the features that are really essential. No more, no less. Does exactly what I need.
[Version 1.7]


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Anonymous reviewed on 11 Oct 2004
So clean, so simple. KISS indeed.
[Version 1.7]


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Anonymous reviewed on 05 Oct 2004
This software is not very special.
The different of function to iCal are not much.

I miss a lot of function in this program.

I use iCal instead of this program.
[Version 1.7]


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Anonymous reviewed on 01 Aug 2004
I like the interface and menu integration of this app more than any other todo app out there.

My only wish is that it would automatically export/add it's todo items into iCal's so that other apps like CalendarClock could see this app's todo items. It would also make these items available for online viewing along with the other iCal data if published.

Great app! and thanks if you can add this.
[Version 1.5]


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Anonymous reviewed on 22 May 2004
Fellow multi-taskers, this software is for US.

I LOVE this software! I've been using it for several months now, and I use it for far more than just daily to do's (although I rely heavily on it for the dailys). But in addition, I have master lists set up for daily to do's, weekly to do's, tracking things like exercise goals, business projects, writing projects, household projects, homeschool projects and events, errands, New Years goals, passwords and Christmas and shopping lists. And that's just a sample. This software is easily worth ten times the tiny price the developer charges for it. If you lead a busy life like I do, this software will help get you organized. It's the only sotware I've ever rated five stars across the board and if I could rate it ten stars (or more) I would.
[Version 1.5]


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Anonymous reviewed on 28 Feb 2004
Yep, I went looking for a replacment after Burnout Menu... er... burned out... and found this, and I think it's great. I don't miss the handiness of having a to-do list in the menu bar, because this is actually handier, if you have iKey (or similar) and can pop up the window whenever you want to see it - and then clicking off it hides To Do if you've told it to in the prefs.

It may not have all the 'do by this date/time' kind of options, but then there are nine levels of priority to play with, so it's easy to get the task in the order you want to see them - and you can always preface each one with a date, i.e. 04-02-28 in which case they'll sort by date!

Very responsive and helpful author too, pointed out to me immediately the (not entirely obvious) way to up the point size on the category/task lists.

Good one.
[Version 1.5]


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Anonymous reviewed on 22 Apr 2003
Its great! Get it!
[Version 1.3]


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+7

mwab rated on 15 Apr 2014

[Version 2.3]


Downloads:11,901
Version Downloads:2,021
Type:Business : Personal Info Managers
License:Shareware
Date:11 Oct 2009
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $15.00
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ToDo X is a native Cocoa to-do list application for Mac OS X. Its user interface is deliberately, almost ruthlessly simplified, yet it provides plenty of power under the hood: it allows you to maintain multiple, prioritized lists of to-do items, each with unlimited attached notes and clickable links to Web locations, documents, folders and addressbook entries; you can link items to multiple lists and use drag & drop to copy, link or move items between lists; you can search, display or print the union of selected lists. You have instant access to your to-do lists from the dock or the menu bar, and you can create a to-do item from selected text in any application that supports the Services menu. ToDo X can import from iCal, from other Mac or Windows applications that generate .ics files, and from the classic Mac OS desk accessory "ToDo!".


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