bmac
Harlan - I thought you mentioned that PB4 would be fixed to make the Tools layout remember its last tab setting - so it would start up on that tab the next time the brain was loaded (even if there are calendar items).

Bill
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Harlan
I don't remember this being brought up as an issue before. If there are reminders due, the calendar tab is automatically selected. If there are not, the tools tab setting is as you left it.

I suppose we could change it so that the calendar tab is not selected unless you actually click on one of the events that are due. Is that what you had in mind?
Regards,
-Harlan
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bmac
Harlan wrote:
I don't remember this being brought up as an issue before. If there are reminders due, the calendar tab is automatically selected. If there are not, the tools tab setting is as you left it.

I suppose we could change it so that the calendar tab is not selected unless you actually click on one of the events that are due. Is that what you had in mind?


yes -- I always am clicking on properties & attachments.  Maybe you could make this user configurable?

by the way, here is the past posting: http://www.thebrain.com/#-102
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Harlan

Yes, I've got some ideas on how to improve this. Thanks. (FYI, the link you posted wasn't pointing to any particular thread... if you want to post a link to a thread, you have to open the forum in a separate browser window, outside of the http://www.thebrain.com site.)

Regards,
-Harlan
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bmac
Harlan - here's the link.  As I re-read this, it only speaks of making margins sticky - not the actual order of tabs and which one has focus.

http://forums.thebrain.com/tool/post/thebrain/vpost?id=2247235

Bill

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