Before going into details, some pictures. Example map:
The map is indeed related to the Nozbe tasks:
Installation of all necessary prerequisities is covered in previous article. Once you have python, setuptools, lxml and xmind installed, execute the following:
mekk.xmindis my generate XMind maps from Python module.
mekk.nozbe2xmindcontains the actual script code.
You can always check nozbe2xmind directory for newer versions in case I forget to announce them here.
Last step of installation, not covered previously, is necessary to use Nozbe icons to mark contexts. Do the following:
- download the NozbeIconsMarkerPackage.xmp file and save it locally
- run XMind
Marker Packagein the window displayed and click
Nextbuttom on the bottom of the window
From File, click
Browse..., find the the file you downloaded
Since then you will see the Nozbe icons as custom markers. Would you ever
want to remove them, visit XMind preferences (
MindMap/Markers and remove the groups you do not need.
Icons need to be installed only once. XMind remembers them permanently.
Just like previously, run:
python -m mekk.nozbe2xmind.run --key=*your-api-key* --out=mynozbe.xmind
in your console (Start/Run and
cmd). The script should output something like:
Loading actions from project Christmas preparations
Loading actions from project Inbox
Loading actions from project Learn Java
Loading actions from project Blog writing
Loading actions from project Training
Saved to mynozbe.xmind
Open the created file in XMind and enjoy.
Changes since the previous version
Detailed list of changes since the previous version:
- Nozbe icons are used to mark contexts (instead of semi-randomly picked XMind icons),
- projects are coloured to distinguish them from actions,
- markers meaning is explained using legend instead of sub-map.
- the script crashed if user had an empty project.