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  1. Markus

    This is a great extension, thank you so much for it! I sent you a few euros as appreciation..

    I have one question – I cannot figure out how to make the sorting work. In the options, it says it should sort by “due date, priority, title”. I assume in that order. But if I enable sorting by TCO, the list is sorted by title alphabetically. Is there any way to actually have TCO sort the list by due date automatically?

    Markus

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    1. tco Post author

      Thanks for your compliment, glad you like it!
      Due dates are ignored in sorting if they’ve been completed.
      Is that the case?

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  2. Zak

    Inserting a “.” at the beginning of a card should not force it to be at the top. The border is a nice feature, but the fact that I cant move it where I want makes it useless. Also, being able to specify how much vertical space there is between cards (similar to Pro for Trello’s “Compact Board” setting: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/pro-for-trello-free-trell/hcjkfaengbcfeckhjgjdldmhjpoglecc) would be an awesome addition! A truly amazing extension nonetheless. Thank you very much 🙂

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    1. tco Post author

      Thanks for the compliment, glad you like it!

      Regarding the dot: I’ll consider making it optional in the global settings.
      But I’m currently very busy, so it might take a while.
      Ps: to avoid it, just don’t start the title with a dot 😉

      Regarding vertical space: I’ll also put it on the wish list.

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  3. Carlos Duarte

    Hi, I love this extension. I would like to know if you could define the transparency of the bottom of the card based on the label?

    See that the colors are very “light”, but I would like to make them more “strong”.

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    1. tco Post author

      In my latest release 3.53 I already made them a little bit stronger, but if I make them even more strong the text or normal label might become difficult to read.

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    1. tco Post author

      As long as the list name doesn’t have leading or trailing spaces, you can just enter it’s name including spaces followed by =red (or =”background-color:red;border:2px dotted black” or something) in the options panel list color setting.
      Names with leading and or trailing spaces are not supported.

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  4. Jeff

    Hello!
    Is it possible to use CSS Styles for Lists to change the list Name text? for example, change the color from default black to blue or add italics or bold, etc?

    Thank you!

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    1. tco Post author

      I’m sorry, but currently it’s a Chrome extension.
      You can use it in the latest Edge browser too, but I’m too occupied to create a Firefox version for it.

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