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Sciral => Sciral Consistency Q&A => Topic started by: KMallary on May 19, 2005, 02:47:29 PM



Title: How Do You Print?
Post by: KMallary on May 19, 2005, 02:47:29 PM
How do I print a copy of my tasks?


Title: How Do You Print?
Post by: Robert McNally on May 19, 2005, 06:00:11 PM
Consistency doesn't currently include a print function, as I supposed most people would be using it interactively.

However, it does allow you to copy the currently selected tasks onto the clipboard, and to other applications the list of copied tasks looks like a simple list of plain text. So you can paste the list into your favorite text editor and print it from there.


Title: How Do You Print?
Post by: carrdwight on May 29, 2005, 01:01:37 AM
Greetings,

I am currently evaluating Sciral.  I like it, but I also wish there were a print capability.

Dwight...


Title: How Do You Print?
Post by: Robert McNally on May 29, 2005, 11:09:56 PM
OK, for everyone who wants a print capability, here are some questions I'd like your thoughts on.

What options, in order of importance, would you like to see supported?
  Print list of task titles only?
  Print tasks with checkboxes for current days?
  Print tasks with entire historical record of completions?
  Print selected tasks?
  Support for B&W printing?
  ...etc.

Since printing isn't important to me personally, I really need to know what sort of print functionality my users want.


Title: Re: How Do You Print?
Post by: exold on January 11, 2007, 08:06:32 AM
OK, for everyone who wants a print capability, here are some questions I'd like your thoughts on.

What options, in order of importance, would you like to see supported?
  Print list of task titles only?
  Print tasks with checkboxes for current days?
  Print tasks with entire historical record of completions?
  Print selected tasks?
  Support for B&W printing?
  ...etc.

Since printing isn't important to me personally, I really need to know what sort of print functionality my users want.

I would like to print the list of tasks that are currently "due," their "due status" (green/yellow/red), and the days overdue or until deadline.
B&W vs. color isn't very important to me, and neither is being able to print a history. Subset printing (selected only) might be nice.



Title: Re: How Do You Print?
Post by: cdierdorff on March 17, 2007, 12:54:12 PM
Dear Robert,

I'd like to be able to print a precise duplicate of what I am currently seeing onscreen. I don't need anything fancier than that.

Thanks.

Chris

OK, for everyone who wants a print capability, here are some questions I'd like your thoughts on.

What options, in order of importance, would you like to see supported?
  Print list of task titles only?
  Print tasks with checkboxes for current days?
  Print tasks with entire historical record of completions?
  Print selected tasks?
  Support for B&W printing?
  ...etc.

Since printing isn't important to me personally, I really need to know what sort of print functionality my users want.


Title: Re: How Do You Print?
Post by: Robert McNally on March 18, 2007, 04:06:59 AM
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I'd like to be able to print a precise duplicate of what I am currently seeing onscreen. I don't need anything fancier than that.

I think the easiest and best solution for now is just to take a screen shot (or just a "window shot" there are functions for this built into both Mac and Windows) and then just print the captured image from whatever application you use to view images.


Title: Re: How Do You Print?
Post by: oogiem on June 20, 2011, 06:47:25 PM
For me printing would mean I would for sure buy the program. W/o it I am on the fence. I want to be able to both print historical data of when I did when and also a list of all due or items due in the next X days with checkboxes.