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ファイルのバージョン Things 3.15.20
ファイル名 Things3.zip
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オペレーティングシステム Mac OS X 10.6 or later
ソフトウェアタイプ Demo
著者 XMind Ltd.
更新日 http://www.xmind.net/
更新時間 2022-09-05
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What's new in this version:

Things 3.15.20
- Quick Entry: Fixed issues that could occur when using multiple displays
- Quick Entry with Autofill: Added support for the Arc web browser
- Quick Entry with Autofill: Improved support for DEVONthink 3

Fixed:
- a bug that could prevent dismissal of the When popover
- a bug that prevented some nested tags from appearing in the tag filter bar
- a bug that could break keyboard input after setting a Deadline in an expanded to-do
- a bug that prevented the show/hide later items toggle from updating properly in the Quick Find popover
- a bug that could break the drag handle and scrollbar after expanding/collapsing the sidebar
- a bug where right-click menu commands could appear disabled while the app was inactive
- a bug where certain menu commands weren't appropriately disabled after including a project's headings in a selection, or making a mixed selection of repeating and non-repeating items
- a crash that could occur when adding a tag to an area via keyboard shortcut
- a crash that could occur when a project's notes were truncated


Things 3.15.19
Fixed:
- a scrolling problem that could occur after changing a to-do’s parent list while Today was in grouped mode
- a bug that could cause the When button/field to stop responding to clicks
- a bug that prevented Return keystrokes immediately after dragging a to-do onto the Upcoming list in the sidebar
- a bug that prevented Quick Entry from appearing properly on an upcoming OS version
- various crashes that could occur if keys were struck immediately after dimissing the Quick Entry popover
- various crashes that could occur when performing operations on a multi-selection in the sidebar


Things 3.15.18
- Improved the behavior of keyboard shortcuts for When and Deadline on macOS 11 and earlier
- Fixed a bug where, after adding a tag inside a to-do, the cursor would jump to the title field
- Fixed a crash that occurred when attempting to resume a paused repeating to-do while it was expanded


Things 3.15.17
- Improved performance
- Added explicit confirmation prompts when removing reminders in situations where their removal had previously been implicit
- Added support for back navigation (left arrow) after clicking project/area headers in the Anytime and Someday lists
- Improved back navigation (left arrow) after revealing a to-do via Cmd+L

Fixed:
- a bug where, when revealing a repeating to-do from Quick Find, an area's "later items" section would not automatically expand
- a bug where, if a to-do was previously in This Evening, setting a reminder on it could move it back to This Evening
- a bug with the AppleScript edit command
- a crash that could occur when adding a new to-do above the "Show # more items" button in the Anytime list
- a crash that could occur when moving the last to-do under a heading downward via keyboard
- several compatibility issues with an upcoming OS release
- a localization error in Simplified Chinese
- Various other improvements under the hood


Things 3.15.16
Improved:
- Enhanced the Add to Things share extension (e.g. in Safari): it can now grab a webpage’s title and text selection
- Improved performance when duplicating to-dos and projects
- Improved pasteboard content clean-up when pasting into lists
- Various internal model improvements

Fixed:
- a bug where back-arrow navigation could fail after entering a project via Return/Enter
- a bug where, in a rare circumstance, an orphaned heading could be created as a result of a sync merge
- a bug where default tags could get out of sync
- a crash that could occur if Things tried to sync while a repeating to-do was being configured
- a crash that could occur when copying or dragging a to-do with no title
- a crash that occurred in the popover management system


Things 3.15.15
- Fixed some issues and crashes that occurred when creating Repeating To-Dos via the New Repeating To-Do command
- Restored the Complete/Cancel context menu commands for projects in the sidebar
- Prevented erroneous scheduling of Repeating To-Dos via AppleScript


Things 3.15.14
- Improved handling of line separator characters in bullet lists
- Improved scrolling selected items into view in some scenarios
- Unified the sort order of tags in the Tags popup menu (Cmd+Shift+T) and the tag auto-completion menu
- Restored the previous Someday list behavior: to-dos from active projects are now expanded by default for new Things users
- Disabled date-related keyboard shortcuts for to-dos inside repeating projects
- Various model improvements under the hood

Fixed:
- some on-hover focus issues with the reminder time field
- incorrect placement of the drop target when dragging projects not assigned to areas in the sidebar
- some visual glitches when dragging sidebar items while in Dark Mode
- a bug where clicking a Things URL would fail to reveal a window if it was on a different macOS space
- a bug that prevented navigation to an area when invoking the Show in Area/Go to Area commands on items in the Logbook
- a problem with sync scheduling when the app was deactivated


Things 3.15.13
Added:
- support for Type Travel when a project's When/Repeat fields have "hidden" focus
- support for selecting the "Show/Hide later items" toggles via keyboard inside areas

- Restored the old behavior for revealing a to-do after clicking a notification: it's now revealed in Today instead of its parent list
- Improved performance when pasting many rows into a checklist
- Improved compatibility with macOS Monterey's keyboard shortcuts for entering full screen mode
- Tweaked the rules for scheduling items via the Ctrl+[ keyboard shortcut: if an item has a Deadline date but no When date, a When date will be set relative to the Deadline date
- Sped up dismissal of the Quick Entry window so that focus is returned to the foreground app more quickly

Fixed:
- a bug that prevented the Return key from selecting a date after expanding the When popover's calendar view
- a bug that prevented a to-do from being revealed from Quick Find search results if it was inside a collapsed view in its parent list
- a bug that could cause the grammar check tooltip to vanish shortly after appearing
- a bug where the cursor wasn't passed to the Find in Text field if it was invoked via shortcut while the window toolbar was hidden
- a crash that occured when double-clicking the When field if a reminder time had been set
- a crash that could occur when triggering commands while all Things windows were minimized


Things 3.15.12
Fixed:
- an AppleScript issue that could prevent importing data to Things
- a bug that allowed the When field to show for to-dos that were inside a repeating project


Things 3.15.11
Fixed:
- a crash that could occur when manually logging completed items on older versions of macOS
- a bug where the Logged Projects list would also display to-dos
- a bug where the sidebar wouldn’t immediately reflect changes after deleting an area


Things 3.15.9
- Improved UI performance
- Improved launch performance


Things 3.15.8
- Improved drag & drop behavior in the Tomorrow list
- Restored the ability to drag a to-do onto the Trash list in the sidebar
- Restored the ability to move tasks to the Trash list using AppleScript

Fixed:
- a bug where a list’s Later section wasn’t automatically expanded to reveal to-dos when necessary
- a bug where the Someday list’s Active Projects section wasn’t automatically expanded to reveal projects when necessary
- a bug that caused the tag filter bar to appear in the wrong location in the Tomorrow list
- a bug that caused the yellow “new in Today” dot to appear on items when viewed in other lists
- a bug where the contents of the Trash list could be missing in some circumstances
- a bug where context menu overlays weren’t removed when converting to-dos into projects
- a bug where context menu overlays weren’t removed when switching between lists
- a crash when trying to invoke certain commands while the When popover was open
- a crash when editing a to-do in multiple windows at the same time
- a crash when adding a new tag in an empty Tags window
- a crash when pasting content into text fields


Things 3.15.7
- The Clear button will now show in the When popover for mixed selections
- The Enter key on extended keyboard layouts will now match the behavior of the Return key
- Improved selection behavior when bumping the start date of a multi-selected group of to-dos into the past via Ctrl+[ in Today
- Improved selection behavior when marking a multi-selected group of to-dos with yellow “new in Today” dots as Today via Cmd+T to remove the dots
- Various smaller improvements for selection handling
- Various improvements and bug fixes for tags & filtering
- Restored the correct sort-order for items in the Trash: most recently deleted items appear at the top

Fixed:
- a bug where setting a reminder on a to-do in Today could unintentionally cause it to appear in This Evening if it was in This Evening on a prior day
- a bug where it could be impossible to set a reminder on a to-do that appeared in Today because of a deadline and still has its yellow “new in Today” dot
- a bug where the interface wouldn’t update after dimissing a context menu that had been opened via Control+click
- a bug with the handling of Repeating Projects that were dragged onto areas in the sidebar
- a bug that prevented the to-do count from being hidden for empty projects in the Logbook
- some issues with the ordering of active projects in Someday
- a crash that could occur when invoking the Share option from an area’s ••• menu


Things 3.15.5
- Restored Ctrl-based shortcuts within expanded to-dos on pre-Monterey versions of macOS
- Restored support for dragging projects onto lists in the sidebar (Today, Upcoming, etc.)
- Prevented dragging project headings onto non-project lists in the sidebar
- Added workarounds for sporadic crashes caused by move animations on macOS 12 Monterey

Fixed:
- a bug where a completed to-do would be erroneously marked canceled when canceling its parent project
- a bug where a canceled to-do would be erroneously marked complete when completing its parent project
- a bug where a completed to-do would be marked incomplete if moved to a different list or heading
- a bug where a to-do would not be marked incomplete when moved to the Inbox if it had been completed but not yet logged
- a crash that could occur when inserting a new to-do while editing the title of a project or area


Things 3.15.4
- Fixed a bug which could prevent some to-dos with a future deadline from appearing in Upcoming


Things 3.15.3
- Restored Ctrl-based shortcuts for adjusting start and deadline dates within the Quick Entry window on pre-Monterey versions of macOS
- Restored support for dragging to-dos and projects out of the Trash

Fixed:
- a bug that could prevent a to-do with a deadline from appearing in Today/Upcoming after its start date was changed
- a bug where the selection state would be lost if a selected item was removed from a list
- a bug that caused an item’s parent list to show as a subtitle even when the item was under a heading with the same label


Things 3.15.2
- Added support for dragging a heading above to-dos at the top of a project to make them children of the heading
- Added support for toggling tags on/off inside the Tags popover menu via Option+Space
- Improved bulk-tagging: when applying tags to a group that includes items already tagged, the tag is not toggled off for those items on the first keystroke
- Fixed some crashes that could occur when dragging/sharing to-dos


Things 3.15.1
- Change log not available for this version


Things 3.15
- This is our big update for macOS 12 Monterey with two headline features: integration with Apple’s new Shortcuts app for Mac and wide-reaching performance improvements in Things. We’ve also improved support for international keyboards, added time-sensitive notifications, and more.

Apple shortcuts:
- Things for Mac now has full integration with Apple’s Shortcuts app. Use it to make templates for things you do regularly, create to-dos with pre-filled content, quickly view your lists, and more. Check out our support pages for some tips to get started: thingsapp.com
- Any shortcuts you’ve already created on iPhone or iPad will simply work on macOS 12 Monterey once you upgrade

Major performance improvements:
- Over the past months we’ve put a ton of work into improving performance. This involved a massive unification of Mac & iOS code and a redefinition of how lists operate under the hood. The resulting speed boost will be most noticeable for those with very large databases and many projects, but the app will be generally snappier for everyone.
- There were also a few situations where Things would behave differently on Mac & iOS. As an added benefit, our work on code unification eliminates such quirks, providing a more consistent experience across devices.

International keyboard support:
- With the release of macOS 12 Monterey and iPadOS 15, keyboard shortcuts can adapt to your specific keyboard layout. Apple’s own apps have adopted this behavior on Mac and iPad, and we’ve now built it into Things.
- If you have a US keyboard, your shortcuts won’t change. On non-US layouts, shortcuts involving letters will mostly stay the same. Shortcuts involving special characters will now be easier to type, and some that were previously impossible to use can now be typed for the first time!

To see the new shortcuts for your keyboard layout:
- On Mac, simply browse the app’s menu or go to Help > Keyboard Shortcuts
- On iPad, hold down the Cmd key

And more:
- Widget customization: You can now choose which list the “+” button saves to
- Time-Sensitive notifications: Things’ notifications always get through, even in a Focus mode, so you never miss anything important
- Quick Note integration: After viewing one of your lists in Things you can switch to Apple Notes and click the “Add Link” button there
- Import from Reminders: The new Tags are now imported (if a tag doesn’t exist in Things, it will be created)
- System Services: To-dos and list contents are now passed to the Services menu as text

Other improvements:
- Improved the ordering of logged to-dos in projects
- Fixed a bug where to-dos duplicated in Today could appear in an unexpected order
- Fixed a bug that prevented moving a scheduled to-do to a different heading via keyboard
- Fixed a bug where some lists might not immediately reflect changes after trashing a project
- Fixed a bug where, if Today was in grouped mode, moving a to-do up out of This Evening could remove its relation to its parent list
- Fixed a bug where an incorrect warning could be shown when setting a date + reminder
- Fixed a bug where a to-do could incorrectly remain highlighted after hitting Escape in the When popover
- Fixed a bug which prevented removing reminders when multiple to-dos were selected
- Fixed a bug where to-dos’ dates could change when dropping to-dos under a heading that had other dated to-dos
- Fixed a bug where to-dos below a heading would continue to appear independently in the Logook even after their parent project had been logged
- Fixed a bug where the order of sections in Today (when Today is grouped) would not change after reordering lists in the sidebar
- Fixed a bug where incorrect section headers could appear in the Logbook
- Fixed a bug where marking a project incomplete wouldn’t restore completed to-dos from the Logbook
- Fixed a bug where pasting would fail for items copied from the Logbook
- Fixed six bugs related to tags and filtering
- Fixed numerous crashes


Things 3.14.4
- Fixed a crash that could occur when typing certain characters in notes


Things 3.14.3
Fixed:
- a problem with the color of placeholder text for newly-created lists in the sidebar
- some glitches that could occur when editing lists’ titles in the sidebar
- a bug that caused error messages to appear in the output when printing the Upcoming list


Things 3.14.2
- Improved stability and bug fixes


Things 3.14.1
- Change log not available for this version


Things 3.14
Bullet lists:
- Things now has support for writing great-looking bullet lists in your notes, and it couldn’t be easier to use. ​Simply type “-” followed by some text. You can also use other bullet characters like *, +, or •
- As you’d expect, text that wraps to a new line is neatly indented for better readability. Editing is smart, too. When you hit Return, a new bullet is inserted. Return again escapes the list. And copy/paste automatically removes accidental “double bullets”.
- You can also nest lists! Simply insert a few spaces before bullets to indent them, or use our new keyboard shortcuts: Cmd-[ and Cmd-]

Markdown:
- As many of you requested, you can now use Markdown to structure and style your notes
- If you already know Markdown, go ahead and try it out. Things detects a wide range of commonly-used syntax and renders it in a unique blend of proportional and fixed-width fonts. It looks and feels great!
- If you don’t know Markdown, here’s how it works. To emphasize a word, surround it with asterisks, like so: *emphasized*. Things will detect this and render the word in italics. If you remove the asterisks, it goes back to normal again. Here are a few more examples:
- Use two asterisks to make text **bold**
- Use colons to ::highlight:: text
- Insert “#” at the beginning of a line to make a heading (# My Heading)
- So your notes are still plain text, like before. There are just some special characters that make the text appear in a different style. It’s a bit quirky, yes, but after using it for a while we think you’ll enjoy how easy it is to style text while you write. Give it a try!
- As you’d expect, we’ve also added some great keyboard shortcuts. Find them in Edit > Markdown.
- To learn more, check out the Markdown Guide on our website

Find text in notes:
- Things already had great full-text search across all your lists, but now you can find text just within the current note. Try it out: open a to-do and hit Shift-Cmd-F. There’s also a replace function if you need it.


Things cloud “fractus”:​
- Many of you are already taking long notes in Things and there’s no doubt this update will encourage this even more. We wanted to make sure Things Cloud is up to the task.
- Introducing Things Cloud “Fractus” – our smart new method for syncing notes. Before, even a tiny change would require the *entire* note to be synced again across all your devices. But now, only the small edits themselves are transferred. This drastically improves the speed and efficiency of the sync and allows for smarter resolution of conflicts.
- There’s nothing you need to do to set this up – we’ve already turned it on.


Things 3.13.14
- Improved memory management

Fixed:
- some issues when referencing lists via AppleScript
- some issues that could occur when the date/time zone changes
- a crash that could occur in some cases when pasting content into a checklist


Things 3.13.13
- Fixed some AppleScript API bugs for querying projects, areas, and tags


Things 3.13.12
Fixed:
- an incorrect color in the Things Cloud password prompt
- several issues when printing from search results
- a bug that prevented deadline dates from updating in the sidebar when changed
- a crash that occurred when pasting content into checklists
- a crash that occurred when editing tags in the Tags window
- a crash that occured when removing a tag from a to-do while the list was filtered by that tag

- Improved app launch performance
- Added sections for Logbook and Trash in the search results view


Things 3.13.9
- Added support for creating a new tag from the Tags popover (hit Cmd+Shift+T on a selected task, then type your new tag)
- Added support for opening a new window by Cmd+clicking a project or area heading when Today is grouped (enable grouping in Things > Preferences > General)
- Decreased the font size in macOS Big Sur widgets
- Improved the reliability of the Things Cloud connection

Fixed:
- a bug that used the wrong date format for start dates that were 6 days ahead
- a bug that could cause checklist or tag content to be invisible after editing a to-do
- a bug that could cause the wrong options to be pre-selected when completing a project or project heading that contained incomplete to-dos
- a crash that could occur when creating to-dos inside a Repeating Project
- a crash that could occur when deleting items in the sidebar
- a crash that could occur when deleting tags
- some memory issues.

Things for Big Sur:
- We’ve provided full compatibility for macOS 11 Big Sur and two great improvements for the new unified Notification Center: configurable Widgets and Rich Notifications.

All-new widgets:
- Things’ powerful new Widgets are now available on the Mac! Configure them in your Notification Center to show any to-do list you want. Quickly glance at what you’re doing Today, see what’s Upcoming on your schedule, stay on top of your most urgent project, view tag-filtered lists – the possibilities are endless!

Rich notifications:
- Notifications have been greatly improved, with variable snooze durations – 10 min, 30 min, 1 hour – and a new option to complete a to-do directly from the alert. Perhaps best of all, the app no longer jumps to the foreground when you hit snooze!

Big Sur compatibility:
- Remodeled the app icon
- Adapted the window layout
- Designed new icons for Preferences panes
- Designed a new Things Cloud switch
- Many other small interface tweaks

New Macs:
- Things fully supports the newly announced Macs with Apple M1 chips: the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini


Things 3.13.8
Added:
- support for “fuzzy” tag search
- support for Cmd+click in checklists to open links in the background
- Quick Entry with Autofill support for Keep It app
- Quick Entry with Autofill support for canary builds of the Microsoft Edge browser

- Improved the behavior when dragging to-dos with different start dates across headings

Fixed;
- an issue with the text selection color when Things’ light/dark mode differs from the System’s light/dark mode
- an issue where a to-do’s parent list label could appear in the wrong light/dark theme color
- an issue where the selection in a list could jump to a different to-do when completed items were manually moved to the Logbook
- a bug where to-dos (or the Quick Entry popover) could lose focus while tabbing quickly between fields
- a bug that caused Things to launch when dismissing a notification
- some sporadic crashes that could occur on macOS Big Sur when launching the app by clicking a widget
- some sporadic crashes when dragging to-dos if the action necessitated a change in the tag filter’s visibility
- a crash that could occur in the Inbox when hitting Ctrl+[ or ] inside a to-do’s expanded When field

- Updated the crash reporting SDK


Things 3.13.7
- Improved stability and bug fixes


Things 3.13.6
- Updated the framework for handling app updates
- Tweaked the colors of text fields in Preferences while in Dark Mode
- Fixed a crash when pasting content while a to-do is selected under a project’s heading
- Fixed a problem where windows could be shrunk below the minimum height
- Improved crash reporting


Things 3.13.5
- Improved stability and bug fixes


Things 3.13.4
- Improved stability and bug fixes
- This update brought full compatibility for macOS 11 Big Sur and two great improvements for the new unified Notification Center: configurable Widgets and Rich Notifications.


Things 3.13.3
- Change log not available for this version


Things 3.13.2
- This update brings full compatibility for macOS 11 Big Sur and two great improvements for the new unified Notification Center: configurable Widgets and Rich Notifications

All-new widgets:
- Things’ powerful new Widgets are now available on the Mac! Configure them in your Notification Center to show any to-do list you want. Quickly glance at what you’re doing Today, see what’s Upcoming on your schedule, stay on top of your most urgent project, view tag-filtered lists – the possibilities are endless!

Rich notifications:
- Notifications have been greatly improved, with variable snooze durations – 10 min, 30 min, 1 hour – and a new option to complete a to-do directly from the alert. Perhaps best of all, the app no longer jumps to the foreground when you hit snooze!

BIG SUR compatibility:
- Remodeled the app icon
- Adapted the window layout
- Designed new icons for Preferences panes
- Designed a new Things Cloud switch
- Many other small interface tweaks

New MACS:
- Things fully supports the newly announced Macs with Apple M1 chips: the MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini

Everything else:
- Added support for Cmd+click to open a Things URL in a new window
- Added support for Cmd+double-click to open a project in a new window
- Added support for Cmd+Return to open a project in a new window
- Added support for assigning tags via drag & drop inside the Upcoming list
- Added support for seamless navigation between title & notes fields via Left-arrow and Right-arrow keys
- Added Quick Entry support for Airmail app
- Tweaked the icon for Someday items in Quick Find
- Improved full keyboard navigation for alerts and project/heading completion dialogs
- Improved navigation from Quick Find to reveal Today items in the Today list instead of their parent list
- Improved the Select-All (⌘+A) behavior in grouped lists (e.g., Today grouped by project/area, Upcoming grouped by date, etc.)
- Improved handling of right-clicks inside checklist items
- Improved error handling when managing a Things Cloud account
- A list’s tag-filtered state is now cleared if the app is opened from a URL that does not pass a tag parameter
- Hid to-do counts for childless projects in the Logbook
- Fixed an issue that could prevent drag & drop at the top of the Today list
- Fixed an issue with pasting text into tag-filtered lists
- Fixed an issue where an incorrect date could be set when using the keyboard shortcut to bump a to-do forward by 1 week
- Fixed an issue where Quick Entry could create an empty todo when Today was set as the default destination
- Fixed an issue where a project’s progress graph could show in the wrong color after moving from Someday to Today
- Fixed an issue where tag auto-completion menus wouldn’t always show their full content
- Fixed an issue where slim windows could be restored to an incorrect size
- Fixed some graphical glitches that could occur when switching between light and dark modes
- Fixed some graphical issues in dark mode
- Fixed some crashes
- Various translation improvements for non-English languages


Things 3.13.1
- Improved stability and bug fixes


Things 3.13
New:
- This release brings full sync compatibility with the iOS release. Note that you must update to Things 3.13 on *all* your devices to continue syncing
- Improved the way project and to-do notes are synced (As a result, you can also write much longer notes)


Things 3.12.6
- Moved the database file to a new location (now at /Library/Group Containers/)
- Increased the clickable area of items in the sidebar
- Improved the formatting of years in Japanese
- Fixed some crashes that could occur when hitting Cmd+[ or ] in Quick Entry while the When popover was visible
- Updated the crash reporter
- Some sync improvements


Things 3.12.5
- Changed the default shortcut for marking an item complete: it’s now Cmd+K (the old Cmd+. still works)
- Changed the default shortcut for marking an item canceled: it’s now Cmd+Opt+K (the old Cmd+Opt+. still works)
- Added support for the Cmd+. shortcut from iPadOS to dismiss dialogs (Quick Find, Move, etc.)
- Disabled the Shift+Return and Ctrl+Return shortcuts inside titles, notes, and checklists. Use Command+Return to collapse to-dos instead
- Changed the Empty Trash confirmation button label from “OK” to “Empty Trash”
- Fixed an interface glitch that could occur when adding a deadline in an expanded to-do
- Fixed a bug where, when pasting a to-do that was copied from under an archived project heading, that archived heading would become active again
- Fixed a bug where the Inbox’s badge would be incorrect due to Apple Reminders that were awaiting import


Things 3.12.4
- Added Quick Entry Autofill support for the Vivaldi web browser
- Empty rows are now removed when pasting multi-line text into checklists
- Reminders awaiting import in Things’ Inbox are now included in the app icon’s badge count (if that preference is enabled)
- Fixed some issues with background colors for selected text
- Fixed some issues with clicking to reveal recurring calendar events for some locale configurations
- Fixed a bug where an alarm time could be set unexpectedly after interacting with a to-do’s When popover
- Fixed a crash that could occur when trying to edit a project’s settings across mutliple windows
- Fixed some crashes that could occur in Quick Find
- Updated translations for non-English languages
- Removed the Wunderlist importer
- Updated the crash reporter


Things 3.12.3
- Improved launch performance for users without Apple calendars/reminders integration enabled
- Added Quick Entry with Autofill support for the beta version of the MS Edge web browser
- Adjusted the date formats used in the When and Deadline fields of expanded to-dos
- Fixed an issue where to-dos dragged into the Today list would always land at the top
- Fixed some issues when running System Events scripts from Things’ scripts menu
- Fixed an issue with pasting links copied from the Twitter app
- Fixed an issue that caused a long checklist to scroll when clicked
- Fixed an issue where a pasted rich-text URL would appear twice if the page’s title was also the same URL
- Fixed an issue where selection could be lost while selecting a group via Shift+Up Arrow in a project
- Fixed a crash caused by missing fonts on some Macs


Things 3.12.2
- Improved stability and bug fixes


Things 3.12.1
- Improved suggestions when searching for dates in the When and Deadline popovers
- Fixed a glitch in the Quick Entry window
- Fixed a problem where canceled projects showed as completed in the Logbook
- Fixed a problem with popovers’ shadows when switching between light and dark modes
- Fixed some sync merge issues for to-do titles and notes
- Fixed crashes that occurred when stopping repeating to-dos
- Improved translations for French and Japanese


Things 3.12
Update for our Watch app:
- We’ve entirely rebuilt its foundation to allow it to sync and operate without your phone being nearby. We’ve also taken this opportunity to add some often-requested features to the app. For more information about this release, please visit our blog: thingsapp.com

There are no huge changes in this release for Mac, but there’s one great new feature you should know about:
- You can now edit the Tags or Deadlines of collapsed to-dos – even for multiple to-dos at once – by hitting Cmd+Shift+T or D. It’s super convenient :)

Other changes:
- Added Quick Entry with Autofill support for the Microsoft Edge browser
- Improved some edge cases when pasting content into lists
- Fixed a crash that could occur in the Things Cloud setup dialog
- Fixed the behavior of keystrokes (Return, Escape) for confirmation alerts with more than two buttons
- Many smaller internal improvements


Things 3.11.2
- Things now ignores the Calendar app’s "start week on" setting; instead, use the system-wide "first day of week" setting in Preferences > Language & Region
- Changes to a project’s deadline are now saved immediately
- Adjusted the spacing between Someday to-dos and projects inside areas
- Fixed a crash that could occur when filtering a list by tag while a to-do is expanded
- Fixed a crash that could occur when creating a new repeating to-do inside the Upcoming list while that list is filtered by tag
- Improved handling of the Shift+Return keystroke in the tag field of an expanded to-do
- Improved handling of pasted links copied over from iOS via Universal Clipboard
- Improved reporting of runtime exceptions


Things 3.11.1
- Added support for pasting text as new to-dos under a selected project heading
- The Touch Bar will now display buttons for all alerts
- Improved Cmd+Up/Down arrow navigation in the Quick Find and Move popovers
- Made the Show Logged Projects toggle, in the All Projects list, keyboard selectable
- Restored printing page headers and footers via File > Print
- Fixed date formatting in the Get Info dialog
- Fixed the appearance of the Empty Trash and Log Now buttons in dark mode
- Fixed visual glitches when toggling the toolbar on/off while a to-do was expanded
- Fixed an issue where to-dos could lose their parent heading after being moved in the Anytime or Someday lists
- Fixed an issue where Things windows could auto-deminiaturize in some scenarios (like date changes)
- Fixed an issue where the Inbox’s badge count wasn’t updated properly if logging was not set to immediately
- Fixed an issue where the number of Later Projects in the sidebar wouldn’t update properly
- Fixed several memory issues


Things 3.11
Quick find – new lists:
- If you’ve been using Things for awhile, you’re probably quite adept at zipping around the app with Quick Find. For today’s release, we’ve added some handy new lists to navigate to

To access these new lists, simply type their name into Quick Find:
- “Deadlines” – all your upcoming (or passed!) deadlines, neatly sorted
- “Repeating” – all your repeating to-dos in one, convenient place
- “Tomorrow” – a nice focused list to plan tomorrow, today
- “All Projects” – an overview of all your big goals
- “Logged Projects” – an overview of your past achievements
- While not technically a list, note that you can also type “Settings” (or “Preferences”) to quickly get there. No more digging for that Settings button!

Quick find – recents:
- We’ve also made switching between lists even quicker: invoke Quick Find and you’ll now see all the lists you’ve recently viewed
- And on iPhone or iPad you no longer need to scroll to the top of a long list to access Quick Find: just tap the list’s title for instant search

Quick find – headings:
- Quick Find now supports searching for projects’ headings and quickly navigating to them

More improvements:
- See the exact date and time when a to-do or project was created or completed. On iOS, tap ••• > Share > Get Info. On Mac, go to Items > Get Info
- When typing a date on systems set to a 12-hour clock, the parser now chooses AM/PM more intelligently (and offers both options in some cases)
- The following prefixes are now recognized as bullets and stripped out when pasting text into to-do lists or checklists: •, *, - [ ]
- Increased the sidebar width on larger iPad Pros to accommodate those longer project titles
- Added support for Cmd+click on links to open them in background. (Mac only)
- Inside Areas, new projects can now be inserted with a New Project button in the toolbar and TouchBar. (Mac only)

Other changes and fixes:
- Several bug fixes relating to drag and drop
- Improved handling of changes to lists
- Improvements for background execution
- Other small bug fixes and improvements


Things 3.10.1
- Changed the format that notes are stored in (as a result, you may notice a change to the way URLs and file links are presented visually)
- Unified the logic for ordering search results in Quick Find across all devices
- Changed the behavior for “Open New Window”: it will now open the default list, rather than the list that is currently open
- Already-delivered reminder notifications are now removed for a to-do if its parent project gets trashed
- Fixed an issue where a reminder notification wouldn’t be cleared when the reminder time is rescheduled via another device
- Fixed an issue where Today’s badge count wasn’t updated after completing/canceling items if logging was set to daily or manually
- Fixed an issue where duplicate copies of the default tags would be created after a fresh install
- Fixed an issue where the visible-or-not state of the sidebar would be lost when the app was restarted
- Fixed an issue where Things URLs for showing a Contact list wouldn’t work
- Fixed an issue where the incorrect color was shown for tag glyphs in Quick Find results
- Fixed an issue where the Reminders Inbox feature would erroneously add a reminder time of midnight for tasks with a date but no time set
- Fixed an issue where, if Quick Entry was dismissed via hotkey while a popover menu was open, mouse interactions could break for the entire app


Things 3.10
New:
- Over the past few months we’ve been working away on our Fall updates. Most of the great new features this year are for iPad and iPhone, such as multiple windows and a Home screen widget for iPad, powerful new actions for the Shortcuts app, a new Share Extension, and much more. Visit our blog to see everything that’s new
- We also have full support for macOS 10.15 Catalina


Changes:
- Apple’s Reminders app has changed quite a bit this year. We’ve reworked the existing feature for adding to-dos to Things’ Inbox. As before, you’ll find this feature in Preferences > Reminders
- We’ve also built a new “Reminders Import” feature for users who want to migrate their entire Reminders database over to Things. You’ll find this feature in File > Import
- Things already had a Dark Mode that was tied to the system-wide setting on macOS, but the system can now switch the mode automatically on a daily schedule, meaning Things will switch on schedule too (unless you set Things’ mode manually, which is still possible)


Things 3.9.2
- Improved stability and bug fixes


Things 3.9.1
- Some improvements for date formats
- Added Quick Entry with Autofill support for DEVONthink 3
- Added a sync trigger when revealing a minimized window (or opening a new one if no windows are present)
- Fixed an issue where the Today Widget preference for opening Things wasn’t in sync with the app and didn’t work


Things 3.9

Improvements:
- Tweaked date formats throughout the app and app extensions
- Added Quick Entry with Autofill support for the Opera web browser
- Made behavior of the Cmd+(Opt+)K and Cmd+(Opt+). shortcuts match the iPad app
- Improved how Things URLs with the search parameter are handled
- Fixed a visual glitch with the search field’s clear button while running Things in Light Mode
- Fixed a bug where the UI might not update properly when moving to-dos to different days in the Upcoming list
- Fixed a bug where adding a to-do’s first tag via Cmd+Shift+T could break sometimes
- Fixed some issues with several keyboard shortcuts when using the Russian input source
- Fixed an AppleScript issue where a list’s to-dos would include list headers in a result


Things 3.8.5
- Fixed some UI glitches when using keyboard shortcuts in Quick Entry’s date picker
- Fixed a UI glitch where the drop target indicator wouldn’t disappear after cancelling a drag from another app
- Fixed a bug that prohibited inserting spaces while editing tags in the Tags window
- Fixed an issue with Japanese and Chinese input methods when editing tags in the Tags window
- Fixed a crash that could occur when expanding a completed item as it was being logged
- Fixed a crash that could occur when collapsing one to-do and quickly clicking to select another


Things 3.8.4
- General performance improvements


Things 3.8.3
- Fixed a crash that could occur when removing a to-do’s date


Things 3.8.2
- Added Quick Entry support for the Brave web browser
- Added support for tagging/untagging an area via keyboard shortcut while editing its title or tags in the right pane
- Added support for Cmd+Return in all tag fields
- Enabled the Cmd+Ctrl+T shortcut to reveal the tag management window while using Quick Entry
- Switched to light scrollbars while in Dark Mode
- Improved handling of dragged or pasted URLs with titles
- Changed how links to files and folders are formatted in the notes of projects and to-dos: we now show the full path
- Changed how clicks on file and folder links are handled: rather than opening them directly, the target is revealed in Finder
- Fixed an issue where an empty list’s watermark image might not appear while in Light Mode
- Fixed an issue where changes could be lost when quitting the app while editing a to-do
- Fixed an issue where a gray strip could appear across the top of the window while while editing a to-do in full screen mode
- Fixed an issue where an off-color strip could appear across the window while in Dark Mode
- Fixed a bug where reminders could stop working in some very rare circumstances
- Fixed a crash that could occur when dragging to-dos between windows
- Fixed some performance issues with Calendar Events


Things 3.8.1
- A checklist item’s contents now remain visible while dragging it around
- Fixed an issue where trying to expand a to-do after dragging it would expand a different to-do
- Fixed an issue where the Quick Entry window would be dismissed (or an expanded to-do would be collapsed) if you hit the Esc key while a popover menu was still visible
- Fixed an issue where Handoff wouldn’t work between Mac (App Store version) and iOS
- Fixed an issue where pasting a single line of text into a to-do would strip out any leading or trailing spaces
- Fixed an issue where an item couldn’t be revealed (from a notification, the Today Widget, or Quick Find) if the list was already filtered by a tag that hid that item from view; the list will now become unfiltered to reveal it
- Added a work-around for an issue with DEVONThink that affected pasting rich-text contents from that app into Things
- Fixed an issue where the Today Widget wouldn’t work in beta builds
- Fixed an issue where x-success callbacks weren’t called after adding a to-do via Quick Entry
- Fixed some sporadic crashes that could occur when switching between other apps and Things
- Augmented the sync triggers while editing a to-do; changes will now also be synced when your Mac is about to sleep
- Augmented the sync triggers while editing a project or area; changes will now also be synced when your Mac is about to sleep, you switch away to another app, or if your last interaction with Things was more than ~60 seconds ago


Things 3.8
- This update accompanies our 3.8 release for iOS, which brings Dark Mode to our mobile apps. On your iPhone and iPad, you can now choose between three beautiful appearances – Light, Dark, and Black – or have it switch automatically based on your display brightness
- Here on the Mac, where Dark Mode was added in 3.7, some users requested an extra option to run Things in Light appearance even when the operating system was set to Dark. This is now possible from the View menu. This update also includes various other fixes and stability improvements

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