Projects / ackerTodo


ackerTodo is a Web-based todo list manager that supports multiple users, multiple languages, and themes.

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Recent releases

  •  27 Sep 2006 20:58

    Release Notes: This release brings with it a Japanese language file, an XHTML cleanup, a fix for displaying group names in the Task List, stripping of break tags in task descriptions, a fix for HTTPS redirection, many Ajax fixes, an email module path fix, sorted language files, checking of task_id before doing anything with it to avoid XSS attacks, a Google Gadget, and many more bugfixes.

    •  06 Sep 2006 13:55

      Release Notes: A bug in which the year drop down was not showing all the years was fixed. XML output is now cleaned up properly when exporting a task list. A bug where the calendar would display wrong for certain months was fixed. If a language is missing a string, the program falls back to the English string. Last but not least, table prefixes are finally available and definable in the

      •  14 Jun 2006 14:34

        Release Notes: This release fixes a huge bug where you were not able to add tasks past 2006. You are now able to add tasks up to three years in the future. A fix was also put into place to try and alleviate page jumping in the task list when AJAX is enabled. A Russian language file has also been added.

        •  16 Feb 2006 12:40

          Release Notes: This release fixes some bugs that would ruin support for MySQL 5.x. There is now also an export button, but its output is subject to change. Other bugs have also been fixed.

          •  30 Dec 2005 05:22

            Release Notes: The ability to update the Category from the task list was removed. The ability to change the due date from the task list was added. Collapsible rows were added in the task list to show the description and comments. A lot of other bugs and cosmetic problems were fixed.


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