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I've been using OmniFocus for about 3 weeks, and it was working mostly fine. However, today I restarted the computer, and when trying to add an Inbox item it comes up with this error message:

Unable to read document
Transaction identifier 'fBPWc_fN05H (1)' contains the character " " which is not allowed.

The only way to close the program after this error is to force quit it.

I tried by replacing the OmniFocus.ofocus package in ~/Library/Application Support/OmniFocus by the last backup from yesterday, and it comes up with the same message when adding a new item to the inbox.

Actually, there is a file, inside OmniFocus.ofocus with the name:

20121004140744=jAU4gUs0pYW+fBPWc_fN05H (1).zip

That contains the string with the space that the message mentiones. Just it is of any help to fix this problem.

I have the OmniFocus version 1.10.3 (v77.90.17) for Mac.

Now I cannot use the program anymore and I'm managing all my stuff in there.

I'll appreciate any help as soon as possible.

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