Google Tasks Sync Version History

6 versions

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Version 0.5.3 97.4 kB Works with Thunderbird 17.0 and later

Sort task lists by name to make their order consistent with Google's web interface (code patch by pirolix on GitHub).

Version 0.5.2 298.0 kB Works with Thunderbird 17.0 and later

Code patches by Thomas Bertels:
  • due date disabled by default
  • ability to remove the due date
  • hide completed tasks

Version 0.5.1 295.0 kB Works with Thunderbird 17.0 and later

0.4.3 to 0.5:
  • Added the ability to clear completed tasks (issue 22).
  • Fixed rearranging tasks (issue 71).
  • Improved offline functionality (issues 77 and 80).

0.5 to 0.5.1:
  • Added the ability to change the due date format (issue 16).

Version 0.4.3 294.0 kB Works with Thunderbird 17.0 and later

0.4.1 to 0.4.2:
  • Commented out an unused method in oauthconsumer.js that contained a synchronous HTTP request.
  • Removed a few unused files from the oauthorizer directory.
  • Wrap some loose JavaScript variables. The subscript loader was used on oauthorizer and jsio.
  • Changed DOM namespace to a more distinct one, wrapped a few additional nodes.

0.4.2 to 0.4.3:
  • Fixed a status bar issue caused by this add-on (issue 64).

Version 0.4.1 296.8 kB Works with Thunderbird 10.0 and later

0.3.1 to 0.4:
  • Improved the sync mechanism so that a full sync no longer locks the interface.
  • Merged moonwell's due date fix (issue 17).
  • Added the ability to quickly create a task from an email: right click an email in the message list, then choose Convert to -> Google task. Code patch by Tyler Freeman of odbol.com (issue 32).
  • Fixed a defect that would cause tasklists with very large numbers of tasks to not sync properly (issue 13).

0.4 to 0.4.1:
  • Fixed a bug that caused newly added tasks to not display properly (issue 60).

Version 0.3.1 98.5 kB Works with Thunderbird 10.0 and later

Optimization, bug fixes, and new features.