Sorry for the late reply. I think what you want you can get by entering the
tags in the filter box on top of the dialog. This will only show tasks that
have @A and @B.
On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 12:24 PM, Vladislav Titov <fuz...@yandex.ru> wrote:
> Hello all.
> I am using Zim 0.60 on windows and linux platforms. Recently I have
> realized that Tasklist plug-in have a good value for me.
> But I miss one feature there. For example I have following list of tasks:
> 1. task1 @A @B
> 2. task2 @B @C
> 3. task3 @A @C
> There are "Tags" list in the left part of Tasklist window - it will
> contain A, B and C in my case. Then I choose both A and B (with help of
> Ctrl key) and see all three tasks displayed in list. I.e. I see all tasks
> that have any one of selected tags - A or B.
> But sometimes I really need to see only tasks that have both tags - A and
> B. So, I suggest to add new checkbox to tasklist window - to make not a
> union of @A and @B, but make an intersection of @A and @B. The proposed use
> case: check this checkbox, choose both A and B in Tags list - then only
> "task1" have to be displayed, because only this task have both @A and @B.
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