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Hey guys!

I just recently made the switch to Omni Focus and I am loving it! I wish someone talked me into this sooner.

I am having one big annoyance that I just can not seem to figure out. When I create action items with a date attached it synchs in with my iCal, but it just comes up blank [Screenshot Below]. In my settings on the Mac version, I have no contexts synched up, and I for the life of me can not figure out how to either 1) Turn off iCal synching completely, or 2) Have it show the actual action/task (instead of showing blank).

I have Omni Focus installed on my Mac, iPhone, and iPad. All settings on the mobile have been left default, however I am synching with Omni Sync. Any help or guidance would be great.

Thanks in advance!

http://bit.ly/PSXW9u

Brian
 
Found the answer through the forum. iCloud is broke with Omnifocus, no biggie I suppose!
 
Would you mind providing the link that discusses this issue? I'm curious about it.
 
The discussion has occurred in a couple different threads on the forum, but most of the useful info seems to make an appearance in this one. Hope that helps!
 
 


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