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    Thomas Roten
    @tsroten
    I have a wiki file for a project. I don't have any viewports on it (nor do I want any). I want to create a task on the page and have it automatically associated with the project. I was looking at issue # 6 where @tbabej mentions that Project: definitions above the task should do it. This isn't working for me. Is that still a feature?
    Tomas Babej
    @tbabej
    @tsroten No, that feature was removed long time ago. May I ask why viewports are not a viable solution?
    Thomas Roten
    @tsroten
    Any of my given projects will have multiple wiki pages. I don't want a viewport on each of the pages (although having a viewport on the "main" page for a project is nice). From what I can tell, when you use a viewport, if you create a task further down on the page, the task is then shown twice on that page -- once directly under the viewport and once further down where you created it.
    Tomas Babej
    @tbabej
    I understand. As far as I can tell your issue would be solved by implementing issue #69 .
    Toni Janz
    @connextrum
    Quick question: Are there known issues running taskwiki with neovim?
    bad question--please ignore ;-)
    Steve George
    @Futurile
    I'm having a problem with Viewports (or I don't understand them). Basically, they're showing all the tasks in my taskwarrior database. For example, I've added three "Birthday party" tasks with a project of "bparty". When I list them in taskwarrior it shows those tasks and those tasks only: task project:bparty list. But, in taskwiki when I add the filter, it shows everything: == Bparty view | project:bparty ==. If I inspect it, it says that it matches all 78 tasks in my taskwarrior database. It says "Filter used: <blank> ; Defaults used: project:bparty ; Odering used: status+,end+,due+,pri-,project+; Matching taskwarrior tasks: 78". How do I get taskwiki to only show a viewport of my project bparty?
    Tomas Babej
    @tbabej
    That seems to be correct usage
    maybe missing spaces around | are the problem?
    can you maybe paste somewhere the content of the file? censor the tasks or something, if their sennsitive
    just so we see exactly what's there
    but I suspect just some viewport syntax problem, missing space or something
    Steve George
    @Futurile
    Just created a new taskwarrior database. Here's the Vimwiki 'BirthdayParty.wiki' page:
    I can get tasklib to do it from within python fine
    $ python3
    tw = tasklib.TaskWarrior(data_location='~/.task')
    tw.tasks.filter(project='bparty')
    [Buy some food, Plan some party games, Decorate the room, Have a birthday party]
    Steve George
    @Futurile
    @tbabej spaces are definitely there, and the only thing I can see is that the 'Filter used' line of :TaskWikiInspect is blank
    Duncan Murray
    @dm319_twitter
    Hi there, I can see this room isn't that active - but I have a couple of questions - anyone around?!
    nambitable
    @nambitable
    What are your questions?
    Next time just ask them lol
    Steve Dondley
    @sdondley
    Noticed the issue queue has some issues that have been resolved and can be closed. Let me know if you need help.
    Joshua Santos
    @NerdsvilleCEO
    Hello all, for some reason after installing taskwiki I don't get any related commands in vim
    compiled with +python3 and all deps installed
    Joshua Santos
    @NerdsvilleCEO
    I figured it out, it was using python3.8 (from homebrew)
    and I was testing with deps installed to system python
    Tomáš Janoušek
    @liskin
    I finally realized I should maybe update the README when making changes and only just found out there's this chat, so: hello everyone :-)