Show Colours (Colors) for all tag levels on timeline
I think it would be great to be able to (optionally) show all tag colours at once.
eg, a slice tagged by Client1, #Client1-123
could show 3 bands of colour (or three sub timelines?)
I just found the ability to skip the first tag when colouring, this is awesome! (but I have to go into every client and change that, which is what I do at the moment, but it would be nice to have a visual of the client as well as the issue number)
I'd like to see something in this area, perhaps bands aren't the right mechanism, I'd be pretty happy with the idea in one of my earlier comments... Have the option to use different shades of the parent tag so for example, all sub-tags of a particular tag are 'red-ish'
This may be crazy, but how bout a gradient for tag combinations?
Wilhelm Medetz commented
Same request from me - display tag combinations in the tag timeline with stacked colors. Currently it is only possible to assign one color for tag combinations. I would prefer to see tag combinations using stacked colors (similar to overlapping autotags). This would allow to visually 'see' assigned tag combinations.
Maybe the problem can be solved by leaving a thin white stripe between the stacked tag combinations.
Ok How about this: on the 'how is color chosen' dialog, perhaps next to the sub-tag you have the option to use different shades of the parent tag, so all my client X tags are red-ish, and all my client Y tags are blue-ish. (I would like this as the default behaviour, which you can over-ride if you wish)
alternatively set the default colour skipping behaviour (there's a couple of projects I'd like to use the first level tag, but most I want the second level tag)
perhaps an optional separate timeline?
I don't think this one can be done.
In ManicTime you can have two tags, one on top of another, if you tag the same time twice. This would then look the same, if the two colors are shown horizontally.
* It should say "2 bands of colour (on two sub timelines)" for the example tag. (I guess 3 should work the same way :-)