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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><!--
    Copyright (c) 2009 Tasktop Technologies and others.
 
    This program and the accompanying materials are made available under the
    terms of the Eclipse Public License v. 2.0 which is available at
    https://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-2.0
 
    SPDX-License-Identifier: EPL-2.0

    Contributors:
         Tasktop Technologies - initial API and implementation
 -->

<cheatsheet title="Use the Task-Focused UI">
   <intro>
      <description>
     This cheat sheet introduces the task life-cycle and shows how to use the task-focused user interface.
<br/>
You need an existing Java project for this sheet.eet.
      </description>
   </intro>
   <item title="Open the Task List view" dialog="true" skip="false">
      <description>
         If the Task List view is not opened, select in the main menu  <b>Window &gt; Show View &gt; Other... &gt; Tasks &gt; Task List</b> or click on the &quot;Click to Perform&quot; link below.
      </description>
      <command serialization="org.eclipse.ui.views.showView(org.eclipse.ui.views.showView.viewId=org.eclipse.mylyn.tasks.ui.views.tasks)" confirm="true">
      </command>
   </item>
   <item title="Create and activate a task" dialog="true" skip="false">
      <description>
In the Task List view, click the right mouse button, then select <b>New &gt; Category</b>. Enter <b>Tutorials</b> for the category&apos;s name.
<br/><br/>
Then right click on the <b>Tutorials</b> category and select <b>New &gt; Task</b>. In the <b>New Task</b> dialog select <b>Local</b> then click the <b>Finish</b> button.
 Enter <b>Explore Mylyn</b>  for the task&apos;s title and change the priority to <b>High</b> using the drop down to the left of the summary. You can add some notes as well.
<br/><br/>
Right click the new task and select <b>Activate</b> to start working on the task.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Focus on the task" dialog="true" skip="false">
      <description>
         In the <b>Package Explorer</b> the task-In the <b>Package Explorer</b> the task-focus turns on automatically if you activate a task that has a context.<br/> 
You can turn on or off this function if you click on the  <b>Focus on  Active Task</b> toggle button in the view&apos;s toolbar.<br/>
You can use this function in the <b>Outline</b> view too. Turn it on in this view as well.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Open the file" dialog="true" skip="false">
      <description>
         Press down the <b>Alt</b> button and click on the <b>left</b> mouse button on the <b>Package Explorer</b> view. Now you can see all of your projects in the view.
<br/><br/>
Next <b>Alt+click</b> on an arbitrary project and you can see the files which are in the project.
<br/><br/>
With this method, select a class from the project.<br/>
After the file is opened you can see the class both  in the <b>Package Explorer</b> and in the <b>Outline</b> view.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Add method to focus" dialog="true" skip="false">
      <description>
         Select a method within the editor will result in this method appearing in other focused views including the <b>Outline</b> and <b>Package Explorer</b> views.
<br/><br/>
Next press the Alt button and click on the class in the <b>Outline</b> view.<br/> 
Now you can see all methods. Methods which are not in the task context appear in <b>gray</b> color. Select another method from the list. After selecting, all methods that are not part of the the active task&apos;s context will no longer be revealed.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Landmark" dialog="true" skip="false">
      <description>
         If an element&apos;s interest rank is high enough, it becomes a landmark. Landmarks are showed in <b>bold</b> font.
<br/><br/>
You can manually promote an element to landmark status by right clicking on the element and selecting <b>Mark as Landmark</b>.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Remove from focus" dialog="true" skip="false">
      <description>
         Right click on a method which is in focus and select <b>Remove from Focus</b>. The method will disappear from the view. You can get it back again by Alt+clicking and re-selecting the method.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Open another file" dialog="true" skip="false">
      <description>
         Press down the <b>Alt</b> button and <b>click</b> on the <b>project</b>. Select an arbitrary file from the list with <b>Alt+click</b>. After you open the new file you can see it in the focus and all files will disappear which are not in the focus.
<br/>
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Quick Context View" dialog="true" skip="false">
      <description>
         Press down <b>Ctrl+Shift+Alt+RightArrow</b> buttons, then you can see all elements which are in the focus.
      </description>
   </item>
   <item title="Complete task" dialog="true" skip="false">
      <description>
         In the Task List view, click on the right mouse button on the <b>Learn task-focus</b> task and select deactivate.
<br/>
Click again on the task with the right mouse button and select <b>Mark &gt; Complete</b>. <br/>
The task&apos;s name will be struck through in the Task List indicating completion.
      </description>
   </item>
</cheatsheet>

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