Originally Posted by Oogiem
Easy is built in to the app just select the info section and all the data is there :-)
But that script is also fast, just I hate having to do scripting stuff for what I think ought to be included in the app.
Does built in to the system you're running count? In the Terminal app:
sqlite3 ~/Library/Caches/com.omnigroup.OmniFocus/OmniFocusDatabase2 'select count(*) from Task;'
gets you the count of actions + action groups + projects
ls -l ~/Library/Application\ Support/OmniFocus/OmniFocus.ofocus | wc -l
gets you the zip file count. If you have some strongly felt reason not to install the script, there you go.
You can install that script as a toolbar button, and the resulting ease of use leads me to wonder if it really makes any substantive difference if it was coded by someone at Omni or not...sure, they could code it up, but do you really want them spending their time on something you can do yourself, or something you can't? After all, those numbers have very little to do with actually getting things done! If you do care about such numbers, it strikes me as exceedingly unlikely that you'll get a similarly comprehensive set built into the UI, with the resultant need to document what they all mean.