Release Notes: This release makes it possible to hide columns in the effort view, just like columns in the task views. It is also possible to email tasks via your default mailer. Two platform-specific bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to keep track of revenue by assigning an hourly and/or fixed fee to a task. Revenue is calculated based on effort spent.
Release Notes: This release makes it possible to change the task an effort record belongs to, and to cut, copy, and paste effort records. Also included are some smaller changes: escape now closes pop-up windows, hitting enter in the find dialog on Linux now works, and old TaskCoach.ini files with a language setting of 'en' instead of 'en_US' or 'en_GB' are loaded correctly now.
Release Notes: An exception was thrown when opening a task with logged effort. This has been fixed.
Release Notes: The previous release did not work on Linux/Mac OSX because of a platform inconsistency between Windows and Linux. This was fixed. All (almost 900) unit tests now succeed on Linux (tested on Ubuntu). One feature was added: task colors can be adjusted via 'Edit' -> 'Preferences'.
Release Notes: The previous release of Task Coach contained two nasty bugs. Filtering tasks by status ("View" -> "Tasks that are" -> "...") would cause an exception, and sorting by days left would also cause an exception. This release fixes those two bugs.
Release Notes: There are a couple of bugfixes. A Hungarian translation has been added. The task tree view also shows columns with task details, similar to the task list view. Sorting on task subject can be case insensitive. See the menu item 'View' -> 'Sort' -> 'Sort case sensitive'. Recent files are remembered and can be opened from the File menu. The last modification time of tasks can be viewed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of bugs, makes some small feature changes, and adds a Spanish translation.
Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of bugs. When tracking effort, the task file would be marked as changed after every clock tick. Task priority can now be set to both positive and negative integers. Opening a help dialog before the splash screen disappeared would make Task Coach stop responding to input. One feature has changed: setting the start date of a subtask earlier than the start date of the parent task or setting the due date of a subtask later than the due date of the parent task will adapt the parent start or due date as necessary.
Release Notes: A Russian translation has been added.