This style displays keyboard shortcuts in places.
This style reduce height of "Remember The Milk" header component. Related styles: Remember The Milk widely(1000px), Remember The Milk widely(1200px)
This userstyle increases the size of the text of Remember the Milk's tasks by 15% and colors it black, to improve readability.
This is a very simple style that does just one thing - it makes the search field for creating impromptu dynamic lists (smartlists) much longer than it is by default. I've set the width to about the maximum it can be on the normal RTM screen - 750 pixels, however, if you are using one of the other RTM scripts here, specifically the excellent Remember The Milk widely scripts, you can push this out much further - I have mine set to around 1000 pixels for example. *** note - RTM creates a confirmation note of sorts after you do something (change or delete something in RTM) to the right of their logo. In order to avoid the search box obscuring this note, I pushed the search box down a bit. This will only account for 1-line confirmation notes, though, although that should be 90+% of the ones you encounter. ***
I've made a redesign of Remember the Milk (RTM), with fluid CSS and some improvements, hope you like it! Any feedback would be apreciated, I will be updating it frequently.
An adaptation of Remember The Milk widely(1000px) and Remember The Milk widely(1200px) for screens that are 1440x900.
This is a tweaking of Remember The Milk - display keyboard shortcuts to fix the spacing issue brought up by the addition of the Smart Add box, and also adding the Smart Add keyboard shortcuts to the mix. EDIT (4/15/10): Shortened text a bit, added "off" key.
This style makes "Remember The Milk" widely(about 1200px). for users who are using high resolution monitor(SXGA or higher). Related styles: Remember The Milk TinyHeader, 1000px version to Remember The Milk widely(1000px). Other recommended styles: Remember The Milk - Cute Design.
I got frustrated with the cow mascon of RTM and decided to get rid of it, and in the process came to add some more tweaks to otherwise handy service. So, what you get: * Byeeee, cow logo! * Font family changed to arial which is more comfortable for me; * Font-size for the list of tasks have been increased to make them more visible (or more web2.0-ish if you like). Anyway, those small default font-sizes are dull. Let's name it "RTM Hacks v.0.1". Best served with: - Remember The Milk TinyHeader - Remember The Milk - display keyboard shortcuts === 2008-03-31, rev.2: * Task name is on the new line. * Checkboxes are aligned to the top of the rows, making them more aligned with the first line of the task. (Tags get in the way, but I don't know what exactly to do with them — it's a choice to either align checkbox to normal text or to tag text, and it's tough to decide.) === Discussion: http://www.rememberthemilk.com/forums/tips/4236/
Based on this excellent idea found in RTM's forum: http://www.rememberthemilk.com/forums/tips/2943/ I've been using my task cloud as a nicely formatted way to get to what normally I would need a smartlist for. Clicking on a tag creates an automatic smartlist of sorts. It's only a one-dimensional smartlist that looks for the given tag, but having your cloud formatted in such a way makes creating things like on-the-fly context lists easy. Unfortunately this is all a hack and so you can't introduce spacing to help seperate the various sections out. So in order to make things a bit more readable, I've created this small script which increases the line-spacing for all the lines within the cloud.