Custom "Favorites" folders

Postby rillig on Tue May 08, 2007 1:12 am

Hi,

I'd like to manage the solved state of the problems using some different folders. Right now, I can only add them to the "Favorites" folder, but I'd like to have some more folders, like:
[list][*] Cool problems
[*] Tricky ones that I need to try again
[*] [probably some more ...]
[/list] Additionally, each of these folders should be markable as [x] public, so that others can look at them. This one should be fairly easy to implement, since it is very similar to the "Problem search" feature.

Instead of the "[+] Favorites" button, I would then like to see a drop-down box with all my user-defined folders, followed by just a "[+]" button.

Another kind of folders would help me to really learn the problems: These could be named as follows: [list]
[*] Unsolved
[*] Solved for one time
[*] Solved for two times
[*] Solved for three times
[*] Definitely solved
[/list] It would then be nice if I could choose to practice the "Solved for one time" problems, and if I solve one, it automatically gets moved to the "Solved for two times" folder. On the other hand, if I fail at it, it should be moved to the "Unsolved" folder again.

Roland


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Postby LCZLAPINSKI on Sat May 19, 2007 1:36 pm

[quote]
Hi,

I'd like to manage the solved state of the problems using some different folders. Right now, I can only add them to the "Favorites" folder, but I'd like to have some more folders, like:
[list][*] Cool problems
[*] Tricky ones that I need to try again
[*] [probably some more ...]
[/list] Additionally, each of these folders should be markable as [x] public, so that others can look at them. This one should be fairly easy to implement, since it is very similar to the "Problem search" feature.

Instead of the "[+] Favorites" button, I would then like to see a drop-down box with all my user-defined folders, followed by just a "[+]" button.

Another kind of folders would help me to really learn the problems: These could be named as follows: [list]
[*] Unsolved
[*] Solved for one time
[*] Solved for two times
[*] Solved for three times
[*] Definitely solved
[/list] It would then be nice if I could choose to practice the "Solved for one time" problems, and if I solve one, it automatically gets moved to the "Solved for two times" folder. On the other hand, if I fail at it, it should be moved to the "Unsolved" folder again.

Roland

[/quote]
1. I like the idea of additional folders.
2. I like the idea of the solved folders since I may solve a problem one time but if I return to that problem say in a week or a month later will I still be able to solve it.


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