Friday, November 26, 2010

problem to install a basket note pads tutorial getting things done -Solved

One of the various ways to use BasKet Note Pads is to implement the "Getting Things Done" method in order to be more organized.
You can get more information by reading the article on Wikipedia or this book summary.

This basket archive you can download will help you getting started quickly with the method. The basket group is ready-to-use, specially made to adapt the Getting Things Done method to BasKet Note Pads, and all baskets have a short introduction text informing you about their goal. Click the left image to get a bigger screen capture of the first basket. To start using Getting Things Done, just save the archive and open it with BasKet Note Pads.

Tip: The top-level basket "GTD" is to be used as an inbox for this method. You can assign a global keyboard-shortcut to it by displaying the basket properties window. Then, whenever you get an idea, you can press this global shortcut, press the Insert. key to add a new entry, type your idea, and close with BasKet Note Pads to return to what you were doing right before. Easy and very fast.


Soltion install problem:

Getting Things Done

Auf der Projekt-Webseite finden Sie im Downloadbereich [2] ein Basket-Archiv namens GTD.baskets, das die Zeit- und Selbstmanagementmethode "Getting Things Done" (GTD) umsetzt. Die vordefinierten Körbe enthalten Anleitungen zum Einsatz dieser Methode.

Um GTD zu installieren, laden Sie zunächst das Paket GTD.baskets herunter. Bei unserem Test verwendete das Archiv merkwürdige Verzeichnisnamen zur Ablage der enthaltenen Icons -- Sie sollten darum zunächst in einem Terminalfenster mit den folgenden Befehlen eine Reihe von Unterverzeichnissen erstellen:

export ICO=~/.kde/share/apps/basket/basket-icons; mkdir $ICO; cd $ICO
for d in xygen-icons n-icons cons icons; do mkdir -p $d/16x16/actions; done

Create folder xygen-icons n-icons, cons and icons and make in these folders subdirectories 16x16 and in that subdirectory actions


Rufen Sie dann in Basket den Menüpunkt Korb / Importieren / Korbarchiv auf und wählen Sie die Datei aus.

Wenn Sie GTD verwenden (Abbildung 10), werden Sie hauptsächlich Einträge von einem Korb in den anderen schieben -- denken Sie dabei daran, dass Drag & Drop zwischen Körben in der aktuellen Basket-Version nicht stabil arbeitet: Cut & Paste ist die sicherere Variante.

2 comments:

John said...

Thanks this post really helped me out in installing the GTD basket.

mohamed hanoosh said...

It helped me too

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