Description Name: OmniFocus - GTD task manager with iOS companion app. Version: 2.6 Mac Platform: Intel OS version: 10.10 or higher Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor More Info: Overview OmniFocus helps you manage your tasks the way that you want, freeing you to focus your attention on the things that matter to you most. Capturing tasks and ideas is always a keyboard shortcut away in OmniFocus 2.
Clip data from Mail, Safari, Messages, or third-party apps. Bring up Quick Entry to file away an idea before it drifts away; it's always at your fingertips, waiting for more. What's New in Version 2.6: [Sync] Made several changes to sync which should decrease the likelihood of 'Replace Database and Start Syncing?'
[Sync] Made a change to help recognize an OmniFocus database modified by a newer version and present the correct error instead of silently failing. [Memory Leaks] Fixed several memory leaks that we believe may trigger a crash.
OmniFocus 2.12.2 is a minor update focused on bug fixes. • Database Format — Once all your devices are running OmniFocus 2.22.3 for iOS (coming soon) or OmniFocus 2.12.2 for Mac (or later), you’ll be prompted to migrate to a new database format. OmniFocus helps you manage your tasks the way that you want, freeing you to focus your attention on the things that matter to you most. Capturing tasks and ideas is always a keyboard shortcut away in OmniFocus 2.
Finding your Database Size Starting with, you can view the size of your database within the OmniFocus Preferences. Best free proxy server for mac. Navigate to Menu Bar ▸ OmniFocus ▸ Preferences, then switch to the last tab ( Update for Omni Store customers, or System Info for Mac App Store Customers). In this window, click the blue underlined text labeled Learn more about what kind of information is sent to bring up a popover containing a variety of statistics. Scroll all the way to the bottom of this popover to locate the Database Statistics section. Reducing your Database Size There are a couple of methods available using OmniFocus for Mac if you’d like to quickly reduce the size of your database. Let’s go over those options!
Move Old Data to Archive When you check off and complete a task in OmniFocus, this task doesn’t get deleted — rather, completed items remain in the database until you remove them. This can be handy when you need to go back and evaluate prior accomplishments. What happens if you want to keep something around for your records, but you don’t need to access it often? This is a perfect situation for archiving tasks and projects.
Choose File > Move Old Data to Archive, and specify a cutoff date. Any completed or dropped items from before that date will be removed and placed in a separate non-syncing database. After doing so, the archived tasks won’t be visible from your primary syncing database or OmniFocus for iPhone/iPad.
If you’d like to access this data again you can do so at any time from File > Open Archive. You can even drag and drop tasks from the Archive window to your primary window if you’d like to return items to your live syncing database.
More players for every purpose For live assist playing you can run more manually and then you can run the 3rd player as you wish using a the spot list. Resourceful live DJing There's a library you can use to keep either a selection of your iTunes library by keyword or the entire library and search it for requests or sort for an exact time song or perfect long ramp so you can do a long talk-in. You one more 4th audio output meant for off air used by the library player for previewing and properties player for editing ramp, start, stop, overlap, etc. You also get a 20 player palette for short jingles and sound effects with 10 saved sets for different segments and DJs.