Thanks again, Christoph.
I have the increased priority for overdue tasks off, so that is not the
issue either. So it looks as if this is a bug and I will send a message to
Re your problem #2: I agree, and I think this is in general a symptom of
the way MLO looks at tasks without due date; e.g. it is not possible to set
recurrences based on start date (as opposed to due date) and it is in
general impossible to set recurrences for tasks without a due date. In most
methodologies (including GTD), tasks without due dates are an essential
part, but MLO tends to ignore their specifics. It's as far as I am
concerned the major weakness in what is still the best task management
suite out there,
On Tuesday, 11 October 2016 20:53:22 UTC+2, Christoph wrote:
> Am 11.10.2016 um 20:34 schrieb Christoph Zwerschke:
> > That should in fact not happen. Note that the score also depends on the
> > score of the parent task - but that should only increase with time as
> > well, unless you changed some of its attributes.
> Hm, just noticed that there is a case where it could actually decrease,
> namely shortly after a task becomes overdue, if you set the "boost
> overdue tasks" option. This is because the boost factor may be smaller
> than 1 shortly after that (0.25 * remaining) in that case. So if the
> parent task has a due date around that time, this might be the effect
> you're seeing. Unfortunately, the help file does not say which time unit
> is used for "remaining" (hours, days?).
> By the way, I think there is also an error in the help file - it should
> be "Remaining = DueDate - now" instead of "Remaining = now - DueDate".
> -- Christoph
You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups
To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email
To post to this group, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit this group at https://groups.google.com/group/mylifeorganized.
To view this discussion on the web visit
For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.