Michael Koehler

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RevuDo – bug fixes

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It has been too long since I have posted. This post marks a number of collected fixes. You can download the latest version here.

Thanks go to Christian and James who pointed me to a few errors that with their help I was able to fix.  The Nozbe world has seen a lot of changes, and RevuDo needed to be made aware of them.

Roger patiently went back and forth with me until we found a long standing bug that caused some completed tasks to not sync. If you think you have this problem, upgrade to this version, sync (to make sure everything is saved) and then click Tools and then Reset Cache (to pull everything from Nozbe).

Dominique reported a crash exporting to Excel. There are two issues here I think and one should be fixed. Dominique, please let me know if it is completely fixed.

If you have been seeing problems, this new version should get you back on track.

As for the future, I am watching Nozbe evolve to see where I can provide the most value. In the meantime let me know what needs fixing and what you would like to see added.


Written by mwkoehler

2014/04/22 at 9:16 pm

Posted in GTD

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  1. Dominique Dejonghe

    2014/04/23 at 7:30 pm

    • Thank you. That was what I was concerned about.

      The name of the file being downloaded is too long. Windows allows only 256 characters plus 3 for the drive letter, colon, and backslash. The file that failed is longer than that.

      We have a few options:

      1. Whenever this happens the program could ask what shorter name to use.
      2. The program could just cut off the extra letters that don’t fit.
      3. The program could use alternate calls to Windows that allow longer names. Not many programs support that.

      I think the only safe option is the first one.

      Which do you prefer?


      2014/04/23 at 8:51 pm

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