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bug in updating number remaining in a context after a move Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes
If an action in one context is moved to another context in the mac app, the iphone app after a sync will still display the number of remaining actions for the original context as if the actions were not moved, though if you tap that context the items are (correctly) not there. Seems like the number of remaining actions is not being updated when the action is moved. It will update to the correct number once any other activity is done in that context, such as adding a new action.

It's just a bit annoying to have moved actions to a new context, yet still see the number of remaining actions being listed in the moved-from context showing as if the move had not happened.
 
I just discovered this as well after cleaning up several items on the desktop application....very annoying. Be sure to send in a bug report.
 
I did send in a bug report, and got a response from Theo, who noted the bug and filed a bug report.
 
 


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