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Minor gripe: can't quit if I don't want to override a lockfile Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
I use OF on my iDisk from a couple of computers. Occasionally, I forget to close it on one computer before opening another. Naturally, I get the lockfile override dialog box. At this point, I can override or... nothing. I can't quit, I can't cancel, it just keeps trying until I do a force quit.

Anyway, I know I can go, quit out of the old one, then override the lockfile if necessary. But my point is if I hit Cmd-Q, the application should quit, dangit. This is especially true if I don't have access to the other computer (for instance, I'm in the office, and OF is open at home).

Anyway, consider this an RFE.

Last edited by zedboy; 2008-02-05 at 06:35 PM..
 
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I always do. :)
 
I agree that there should be a Quit option, but I thought I'd also mention that it's safe to Override without quitting on the other computer first. (The next time you use OmniFocus on the other computer it will give you this same prompt, and you can choose Override there to steal the lock back.)
 
 


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