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    What about keeping keepnote as a separate app, but having TaskCoach keep it in sync?

    So there would be a action for "create associated keepnote" that creates a keepnote associated with the current task. The task could be created with similar location and categories.

    As the user changes tasks in TaskCoach it changes to the associated note, if any, in keepnote.

    TaskCoach could do this by building on KeepNote's existing command line stuff, but it would be better if it took some sort of RPC call of course...
    http://keepnote.org/manual/index.shtml#commands

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    Re-arranging the order of columns by drag and drop is one of the most requested features for Task Coach. As you may know, our small development team struggles with finding enough time to maintain Task Coach, support users (which we do for free) and develop new features.

    We attempted a fundraiser to hire an outside developer to program the feature for us, but the fundraiser was not successful. It was just a test and there are many reasons it could have gone better. We are aware of and are exploring alternative fundraising options in general.

    The reason this particular feature is expensive is that it needs change in the underlying wxWidgets framework that we use and needs an outside developer. But there is a lower-cost easy alternative to customizing column order and we will probably implement it soon: we could use the same interface we currently use for customizable toolbars.…

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