Jump to content

rhyd

Member
  • Content Count

    27
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    2

rhyd last won the day on March 1 2016

rhyd had the most liked content!

About rhyd

  • Rank
    Member

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://rhydlewis.net

Profile Information

  • Location
    UK

Recent Profile Visitors

726 profile views
  1. @Manaus Looks like Omnifocus 3.4.6 is almost a year old. If you upgrade to the latest version the problem above should be resolved. If you can't upgrade, then you could try installing v2.1.0 of the workflow to see if that solves the problem.
  2. Ok, spotted the problem. The workflow is using the wrong location to find the database because you're using an out of date version of the workflow. Can you download and install v2.1.2? I should've spotted that earlier 🤦‍♂️... Download v2.1.2 Cheers, Rhyd
  3. No worries. Can you: 1) open the folder below in the Finder (open a Finder window, press ⌘-⇧-G and paste the location below into the "Go to the folder" dialog) /Users/rlow/Library/Containers/com.omnigroup.OmniFocus3/Data/Library/Application Support/ 2) open the OmniFocus Caches folder and check if you can see a file called OmniFocusDatabase?
  4. Hi @rlow, thanks for getting in touch. To solve this, I'll need to know where your OF database actually is (or if it's in the expected place but the workflow doesn't have permission to access it). Can you: 1. Open Terminal.app and run this command: find ~/Library/ -name "OmniFocusDatabase" 2>&1 | grep -v "not permitted" 2. Copy and paste the result here Thanks, Rhyd
  5. @paulf can you post your Alfred log when you use the .d search option please? It'll help me work out what's up (especially if the other options are working). Info on how to do this: Show Alfred preferences (keyword 'alf') Click 'Workflows' in the tool bar Choose 'Search Omnifocus' from the list of workflows on the left Click on the 'Debug' to toggle debugging mode (see Alfred's help page for more info) Choose 'All information' from the Log dropdown Open Alfred and type .d Copy the debug output and attach it/post it as a response - I'll take a look.
  6. @evanfuchs v2.0.6 should solve this issue https://github.com/rhydlewis/search-omnifocus/releases/tag/v2.0.6
  7. @evanfuchs yeah, that's a bug related to the change in column names in OF3. I'll get a fix out as soon as I can.
  8. Hi - not seen any reports of this issue elsewhere. Which version of OmniFocus 3 are you using? Latest release is v3.3.2
  9. Hi, not currently. The workflow assumes that all tasks in the inbox are processed into projects before completion.
  10. Hi, What version of OmniFocus are you using? By default, the workflow assumes you're using version 2 but, if you're using 3, you can switch by typing the Alfred keyword `use-of-3`. Let me know if that solves it, otherwise please share your Alfred workflow log by following these steps: Show Alfred preferences (keyword 'alf') Click 'Workflows' in the tool bar Choose 'Search Omnifocus' from the list of workflows on the left Click on the 'Debug' to toggle debugging mode (see Alfred's help page for more info) Choose 'All information' from the Lo
  11. Hi, What version of OmniFocus are you using? By default, the workflow assumes you're using version 2 but, if you're using 3, you can switch by typing the Alfred keyword `use-of-3`. Let me know if that solves it, otherwise please share your Alfred workflow log by following these steps: Show Alfred preferences (keyword 'alf') Click 'Workflows' in the tool bar Choose 'Search Omnifocus' from the list of workflows on the left Click on the 'Debug' to toggle debugging mode (see Alfred's help page for more info) Choose 'All information' from the Lo
  12. No worries, thanks for the feedback. I've updated the workflow so that you can list tasks in the inbox using the keyword: .li Let me know how you get on. Cheers, Rhyd
  13. Hi, Are you using OmniFocus v2 or v3? Can you send/attach your workflow log so I can investigate pls? To send these logs: Open Alfred preferences (keyword 'alf') Click 'Workflows' in the tool bar Choose 'Search Omnifocus' from the list of workflows on the left Click on the 'Debug' to toggle debugging mode (see Alfred's help page for more info) Choose 'All information' from the Log dropdown Open Alfred and type the query that's not working Copy the debug output and post it as a response - I'll take a look. Cheers, Rhyd
  14. My bad - thanks @deanishe. The AppleScript I added a while ago was out of date. Thanks for sorting this!
×
×
  • Create New...