I get that as well but previously there used to be a manually installable “due
date plugin” that popped up when hitting CTL-. that offered
- a configurable offset of X days into the future
- it would display the day of the week as well as the date of the chosen day
(i.e. today plus two days would be May 17 Wednesday)
- hitting up arrow or down arrow would increase or decrease
- hitting return would insert a correctly formatted due date, e.g. [d:
There was also a mini calendar view.
The plugin was hosted here
but now simply reads: This plugin is now integrated into the Task list plugin
I just cannot get any of the old functions to work hence my asking.
> On 15. May 2017, at 14:12, Joseph Reagle <joseph.2...@reagle.org> wrote:
> On 5/15/17 5:04 AM, Christoph Held wrote:
>> Now that the Due date plugin is included in the task plugin, I am
>> missing the useful little popup window to set due dates. Hitting
>> CTL-. (period) used to work but doesn’t now. Is that the expected
>> behaviour on a Mac?
> I'm not sure what you mean about "Due date plugin is included in the task
> plugin" but when I hit super+d I get the "Insert Date and Time" pop-up.
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