@LeMayzing Please help. My doogiePIM has stopped responding. I open the database and open the calendar. As soon as I double-click on an event (I want to edit the event), the program refuses to respond to anything I try to do..
You'll be pleased to know, there's nothing wrong with your data or operation. You've experienced what is known as a Modal Window. The Calendar Event window, when opened, waits for you to Save or Cancel your edit before doing anything else on the main window. This is the same as opening the Settings. If you attempt to click elsewhere on doogiePIM other than the Event window, you'll hear a beep. Simply finish the edit on the Event and your Calendar session can resume.
@scooterg I wanted to add my two cents. I have the same problem occur. I get a pop-up that says Oops something happened. I get a choice to close Doogie or keep using it. This has been happening a lot in Messaging
When you get this message, something is wrong. You should send me the DevReport that is generated so I can fix that problem. The Dev Report breaks down exactly where the glitch happened. It's the most useful thing for me to quickly identify and fix a bug.
@scooterg Chris I also wanted to bring your attention that when I tried to export messages I still can't do many. I can only do one at a time. I know you said you fixed it so I am not sure if I am doing something wrong.
You're not doing anything wrong. It's my fault. I only fixed export using the command [File/Export/Mail Message...] I now realise I need to fix the Import/Export dialog too. I'll get that fixed for today's release.
@scooterg The other issue with messaging is most of the graphics show up but some still don't. I am not sure if you can do a little more to take care of that. For example, I get periodic emails from Kohls. I know they are very graphical but I can't see anything in the email at all. Other email programs seem to have no problem with the pictures.
Most other Email clients use a web browser to display email content, which can lead to security problems. doogiePIM uses its own HTML rendering engine so no known problems with security. However, it means some email content won't look exactly the same as when viewed in a web browser. But, the point of email is to read messages not to go surfing, so a small trade off seemed to be acceptable. Images delivered by some emails, especially sent from those who wish you to buy things, tend to use a lot of styling with large images and effects. It's possible the missing images are images other than normal BMP, PNG, JPG or GIF. I would love to see a sample. If you could tell me the source sender URL of the email you are receiving, I can subscribe to them and see for myself the content construction and see if I can improve the rendering.