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OmniFocus Creates Duplicate Contexts when importing OmniOutliner project templates Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
I use OmniFocus and I create my project templates with OmniOutliner; however, this problem occurs.

*OmniFocus imports the Context Column but creates a duplicate set of Contexts each time I import an OmniOutliner project template. See the attached image.

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Has anyone heard of a fix for this?

If I hear of a fix I will post it here.

Thanks,
Shane
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Known behavior. Not too difficult to fix, but a nuisance nonetheless.

Select each newly created context in the sidebar. Select all the actions in that context, bring up the inspector, and set them to be in the "real" context. Repeat with all of the other newly created contexts. Delete the new ones after switching all the tasks to the proper contexts.

I think it wouldn't be too difficult to create an Applescript that does this on command, but I don't have time at the moment to do so.
 
 


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