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Ken Case 2008-08-13 11:28 AM

OmniFocus 1.0.3 for iPhone release notes
 
[B][SIZE="3"]OmniFocus v1.0.3 - released August 13, 2008[/SIZE][/B]

Improved stability, performance, and memory usage. Thanks for sending in your crash reports and other feedback!

Contexts now sort their actions by flagged state, due date, and project.

You can now specify that certain contexts are always nearby. (You could set up your Phone context to always be nearby, for example, so that it will always appear in your Nearby Contexts list.)

Fixed spurious sync conflict resolutions that could appear to roll back user-made changes when automatic changes were made on another device (like marking a task overdue or available due to a start or due date passing).

OmniFocus will no longer send empty reports for crashes which were already collected by iTunes.

OmniFocus no longer forgets which client it is when you edit synchronization settings.

Fixed a rare ISO-8601 date archiving bug which could cause "Cannot save" alerts.

The progress message "Reloading new data" now says simply "Loading new data."

The loading screen no longer shifts a few pixels during launch.

Ken Case 2008-08-13 11:33 AM

"Improved stability, performance, and memory usage."

That first sentence is accurate enough, but it understates the amount of work that went into this: we reviewed crash reports from thousands of users, and fixed the bulk of them for this release. We also did a thorough review of our memory usage and made lots of improvements there.

And one of the most important changes was a very big performance optimization in the syncing code.

Ken Case 2008-08-14 02:30 PM

I just realized I forgot to document one of the changes in 1.0.3: the badge now counts the total number of overdue and due soon actions, rather than showing either the overdue count [B]or[/B] the due soon count (without any indication of which it was showing).


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