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Re: [O] IDs w/ human friendly component

From: Daniel Clemente
Subject: Re: [O] IDs w/ human friendly component
Date: Sun, 02 Feb 2014 13:47:59 +0700
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  Have you tried changing the strange ID to the ID that you want? (e.g. 
7f3b531b-f1c9-41aa-854b-37235500495f → introduction). They should be unique.
  I use my manually written IDs for some important headers which I want to 
detect from outside org.
  In addition there's CUSTOM_ID, but I think that's the id="…" you want in HTML 

El Sat, 1 Feb 2014 14:39:15 -0500 (EST) Ken Mankoff va escriure:
> I've never cared that the ID field was not human friendly.
> But I've just learned about the Estimate Table where you can see your 
> estimates
> and actual clock time to complete tasks. If you want to see the estimates for
> the current tree, you need to know the ID, which is not human friendly.
> It seems like with IDO mode, the first few characters or words of the title,
> stripped of whitespace, could be pre- or ap- pended onto the ID, and then it
> would be easy to select IDs. If this were how IDs were created, would this 
> break
> some other features? Do others see this as a good or bad thing? Or is there 
> some
> other way to tell the Estimate Table to work on the local tree.
> Cheers,
>   -k.

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