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    Damon Wright commented  · 

    It would be good if all reminders which are due together showed at once. Although Task Coach should allow the user to decide how close the tasks have to be before they are displayed together I think.

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    Damon Wright commented  · 

    I've just realised it's not doing it any more... I upgraded to 11.04 a couple of days ago and hated Unity so I've just moved from Gnome to KDE and it's stopped stealing the focus.

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    Damon Wright commented  · 

    In Ubuntu 10.10 and 11.04 this is exactly what task coach is doing Frank! It would be good to have an option set to turn this behaviour on and off... and to ensure that this doesn't occur when not wanted.

    I keep marking tasks complete whilst filling in spreadsheets or composing emails. I am coming to fear pressing tab and return in case a task coach reminder pops up and grabs the focus and I wrongly mark something complete which is not.

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