Calendar in Related

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#1

What I did: Look at Agenda’s Related on a new day

What happened: Items from previous day’s calendars remain in Related sidebar at the top, and don’t change even if you cycle through days: you can get today’s to appear if you quit and restart.

What I expected: The calendar to automatically show today’s events!

Things that might be helpful to know (Agenda version, OS and model, etc): 1.1 on 10.13.2


#2

Does this problem occur with all days and persist after restarting the app?


#3

The calendar doesn’t update itself - but if you restart, it will show the right day. Also, the app isn’t saving the visible state of the “Related” pane between restarts…


#4

The calendar doesn’t update itself - but if you restart, it will show the right day. Also, the app isn’t saving the visible state of the “Related” pane between restarts…

Ah, the latter suggests there’s a problem with your preferences. Does a reboot of your Mac solve this issue? If not does the following terminal command help after first quitting Agenda:

killall -u $USER cfprefsd

Alex


#5

No, I’m afraid neither of those worked…


#6

What about quitting Agenda if it’s running and typing the terminal command

defaults write com.momenta.agenda.macos

Does that then remember things?


#7

It does not, and in fact the command throughs up a page on the syntax of the defaults command instead. Is there an error in the command (I know very little about UNIX)?


#8

Apologies, my mistake, the command should be:

defaults delete com.momenta.agenda.macos

Make sure Agenda isn’t running when you run the above command. Let me know if it makes a difference.


#9

I’m afraid not. It reset the app, but the Related sidebar still won’t stay open :slight_smile:


#10

Argh, it remains a mystery. We have one more idea but that will require the next update, stay tuned.


#11

I’ll survive - and thanks for being so on all this stuff!


#12

Quick Update: this should be fixed in the 2.0 update.