I have updated the planner module with a project tools tab. This allows to directly edit work%, task name, task description, task start and end date inside the table. No extra edit window needs to be opened. Also, it has a filter (search) over all table columns. At the bottom of the table, there are search fields for the individual columns. Using several fields for columns, one can AND the search conditions. A regex search could be added, if necessary. A button allows to hide the task description column. Currently, the page needs a reload to reenable editing if unhiding this column. Known issue: the task description displays newlines as spaces. In the edit mode, they are displayed as expected. Otherwise, I would have br tags in the edit window. If anyone has an idea how to overcome this - any advice is appreciated. This is experimental (beta), use at your own risk. Do a backup of your database, just in case. The code will be available at https://github.com/opto/web2project-planner later today. On the right side of that page, there is a download as zip button, if you don't want to use git. Tested on Win 7 with recent IE and FF. Enjoy, Klaus

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Oh this has the potential to be very cool. Thanks for sharing.

(03 Apr '14, 14:25) caseydk ♦♦ caseydk's gravatar image

I have a new version that can also edit task priority in a select box.\nWill be on git later today. ![screenshot of edit window][1] [1]: /storage/temp/131-unbenannt.jpg
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answered 09 Apr '14, 07:02

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answered 09 Apr '14, 07:02

You sir are my hero.

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