Originally Posted by nkaisare
When I zoom in to 2x on my iPad, the fonts appear blurry and not clean as in the 1x view. Is this normal behavior? Can I do something to change this behavior?
Yes, it is normal behavior — the iPad is simply doubling the size of the image in both dimensions by turning 1 pixel into a block of 2x2 identical pixels. It is much like zooming in on a photograph beyond the point where one pixel in the image occupies one pixel on the screen.
There isn't anything supported you can do about it at the moment. I understand there are some hacks you can do if you've jailbroken your iPad. I don't play that game, so you'll have to look elsewhere for help with that.
A far superior option will be to purchase OmniFocus for iPad when it ships. I don't work for Omni, so I can't tell you exactly when that will be, but from what I've seen and heard, it will be a far superior experience to running the iPhone app on the iPad.
Second question: when I travel, I like to take a print-out of my "online" and "travel" contexts. Since OF does not sync with any Windows-based software, I wanted to know if there is any way to print this stuff.
PS: Please note there are some unavoidable reasons due to which I can neither buy a Mac, nor can I take the iPad everywhere I travel.
Sorry to hear that life has dealt you such a lousy hand ;)
As EndoftheQ suggests, you could take some screen captures of your lists, get them off the iPad by email, DropBox, iTunes, etc. and print them. That's your best bet at the moment.
It is possible to get at your data if you set up webDAV syncing, but I'm not a PC guy and don't know what you could easily do with it once you retrieved it! It is a bunch of zipped up XML files. Pulling out the attachments is pretty easy, but reconstructing a bunch of lists would require some work, I think. My guess is that most people who could write a tool to do it either have a Mac (and so don't need the tool), or don't do OmniFocus (and thus don't need the tool either).
Perhaps OmniFocus for iPad will deliver some sort of export-for-print functionality. With the iPhone app, I think a reasonable case can be made that you just take the device with you wherever you go, no printing necessary, but I can accept that some might not be able to do the same with an iPad.