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I'm seeing something strange with perspectives; I wonder if others are seeing it.

I have a "Due Today" perspective that does what it sounds like: context view, grouped and sorted by due date.

If I'm in planning mode and I double-click on this perspective in the perspective window, it switches me to context mode and everything is correct. If I then go back to planning mode (via the mode button) planning mode is just as I left it.

On the other hand, if I first manually switch from planning to context mode before double-clicking on the perspective, when I switch back to planning mode, the settings are changed. For example, the view is set to "All Projects" rather than "Active Projects" and the other filter settings are changed as well (to "Ungrouped", "Unsorted", "Completed").

Anyone else see anything like this?
Originally Posted by Chris View Post
I'm seeing something strange with perspectives; I wonder if others are seeing it.
Yeah, I reported this via feedback (and this thread) a while back. The only workaround I know is to apply your perspective twice.

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