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I don't know if this is intended behavior, but I am having problems with adding a new sub context by typing it in (and hitting command-enter) in projects view on a task.

Lets say I have a context "People", and I am creating a task that is related to a new person that doesn't have their own sub-context in People yet.

When I type in "People : New Person" and hit command-enter heres what happens:

OF Creates a whole new "People" context and places the "New Person" context under that new one.

So now I have two "People" contexts, with "New Person" under one, and everybody else under the other.

Shouldn't OF just create a new sub-context under the already existing "People" one?

Am I doing something wrong?
 
It should make it under the old one, you're not doing it wrong, it's just broken. It's a little less broken than it used to be, however :-)

Use the Help->Send Feedback... command in OmniFocus to send them some feedback requesting that this work properly, and perhaps it will get fixed a bit sooner.
 
Thanks for the reply, feedback sent :)
 
 


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