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After checking my settings, I found that the Tabs setting was changed. So all I really needed to do was re-select, "Show Horizontal Tabs", under Settings | User Interface. The problem seemed like a bigger problem at first glance but, that pretty much returned my settings back to normal. Thanks for the quick reply.
Chris, Most of my doogie window interface settings were no longer working after this upgrade. My homepage was intact and the database but none of the border colors or margins or default window size was remembered. When I loaded doogiepim, it was very small and had no borders anymore. Like it ignored all the settings I had before. Did anyone else experience this with the upgrade to 188.8.131.52?
Kris, Your example seems to lean heavily towards Project Management Software as opposed to PIM (Personal Information Management) software. Therefore, may I suggest this open source program for that type of task tracking? It is 100% compatible with Microsoft Project files as well. It also includes the ability to create Gantt charts and Pert Charts as well as RBS charts (Resource Breakdown Sources). If I'm wrong about my assumption, I apologize.
This has been somewhat eluded to before, but I'd just like to say that at some point, all the requested features and additions may very well require the developer to create two versions of DoogiePIM. A home Version, and Pro Version. It's one thing to ask for fixes on existing features but yet another to continue asking for more features and additions. I feel this trend is leaning heavily into making DoogiePIM a business version of Outlook on steroids (Which it nearly is already). I love how it works (as is) for home use now, already. Actually, I've loved it for many years without all the additions. Chris just keeps making it better and better. But at some point, there will need to be a trade off. He spends countless hours on adding features and has never complained one bit. If we want two versions......one being for home use and the other geared more to business, then lets encourage that and let Chris achieve more compensation for satisfying all the business user needs and help him become more successful as the developer. Of course the business version would and should be more expensive to coincide with the increased productivity features. This opinion is strictly mine and in no way has been encouraged or requested by the developers of DoogiePIM or of the company, Bitespire. Just my humble opinion.
Thank you Chris. I too look forward to the future for health, happiness, and a prosperous new year. Thanks for all the hard work you do to bring all the users of DoogiePIM a more comfortable and productive tool. Cheers!
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I've not ever experienced this nor have I read anyone else experiencing this. I wonder if you have run an anti-virus and malware scan recently? Also are you insuring that the scanning software is up to date and has current virus definition files? I'd start there for sure. Also, you should respond to Chris' request for info. He's always here to help. I'm curious what version of Windows are you using and is it also up to date with Windows updates?
Thanks Chris. I have now created an MP3 of it. Been listening to a lot of his music on Youtube too. Very relaxing music.
Totally love the soundtrack to your video Chris. Can we have it in Doogie as a selectable alert or alarm? Love it. Need to figure out how to snag it for a ringtone on my phone too. :-)
So this might be a dumb question because I've not researched it yet. But could one use DoogiePIM in Linux if they created a WINE wrapper? That is, if they have a valid Doogie license of course. What I'm not sure of is if using a WINE wrapper re-introduces the same vulnerabilities as Windows has. Ideas or comments?