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Improved Overview page with greasemonkey

gabtrat says:
I was frusted that the Overview page doesn't give a good at-a-glance overview of what is due in the future, so I wrote this greasemonkey script. It removes the tabs & list and inserts the igoogle gadget instead.


http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/38591

This is my first greasemonkey script, so if you have problems let me know .
Posted at 4:03pm on December 13, 2008
gabtrat says:
Posted 7 years ago
vjcamarena says:
wow... this is great!
I might not end up using this because I have the Igoogle think on my desktop as explained on the web below, but still, this is such an obvious improvement ove the natural interface I feel Bob and company should implement it.
Thanks man!
(this is the web page)
http://thirderror.com/your-remember-the-milk-to-do-list-on-the-desktop/
Posted 7 years ago
pehanlon says:
What a great improvement!
Posted 7 years ago
ryansteele says:
Thank you
Posted 7 years ago
davidscottweaver says:
Ok, how do I actually use this? I clicked on both links above and still couldn't quite figure it out. Do I need a greasemonkey account or something?
Posted 7 years ago
gabtrat says:
@davidscottweaver
You need to be using Firefox & install the greasemonkey extension:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/search?q=greasemonkey&cat=all&sourceid=Mozilla-search

Then go to the script link above & click "Install." It installs just like an extension in firefox.
Posted 7 years ago
vjcamarena says:
I still stand in awe at this obvious yet great improvement for RTM.
This should be considered mandatory.

I thought I wouldnt use it that much, having RTM on my desktop and so.
I was SO wrong!
Posted 7 years ago
johnwin says:
this is great - thank you gabtrat
Posted 7 years ago
lindsayfsmith says:
Great job, thanks
Posted 7 years ago
emilio.fuscaldo says:
awesome

i have one suggestion ... would be great if the task could also show the list it is associated with?

thanks again

emilio

Posted 6 years ago
sevenupcan says:
Awesome, much better. I've never made a greasemonkey script before, how did you find it?
Posted 6 years ago
ranbarton Power Poster says:
If you employ tags and smartlists, rather than lists, than the tag will appear as an indicator.
Posted 6 years ago
shahineo says:
The script is missing this URL to detect the page:

https://www.rememberthemilk.com/*
Posted 6 years ago
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