[Evolution-hackers] Multiple child-addressbooks under an account

2011-01-21 Thread Kirk Wolff
Is there a way to add child-addressbooks under an addressbook account
with evolution's GUI?  I don't see any current implementations that have
a 'tree' of addressbooks under an addressbook plugin type.  As I see it,
there are plugins for setting up an addressbook, but not for displaying
and organizing them.  It seems the presentation (the left-hand column
list) of addressbooks is fixed.  Is there a simple way to add and
maintain a tree in the list of addressbooks?

Kirk






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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Multiple child-addressbooks under an account

2011-01-21 Thread Onyeibo Oku

On 01/21/2011 06:30 PM, Kirk Wolff wrote:

Is there a way to add child-addressbooks under an addressbook account
with evolution's GUI? I don't see any current implementations that have
a 'tree' of addressbooks under an addressbook plugin type. As I see it,
there are plugins for setting up an addressbook, but not for displaying
and organizing them. It seems the presentation (the left-hand column
list) of addressbooks is fixed. Is there a simple way to add and
maintain a tree in the list of addressbooks?


Kirk


I don't see any special benefit for this feature.  I will campaign 
rather for child-tasks (sub-tasks) where completion of each child task 
sums up the percentage progress for the parent/container task


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