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When I install your program it says "Database cannot be created". But it starts up and I can fiddle around with it for a little bit. But when I go to the Preferences, it says "An exception of class NilObjectException was not handled. The application must be shut down."
I like your program and would like to use it. Help?
Same problem here.
I’m working on a Mac, 1.8 GHz Power PC, 2 GB RAM, MAC OS X 10.5.6.
I have to same problem. I have 4x 2,5 GHz PowerPC G5, 6,5 GB RAM, OSX 10.5.7 and MBP 2,5 GHz intel Core 2 Duo, 2 GB RAM, OSX 10.5.7. This problem is on both computers. I thin that problem is betwen timeEdition and iCal. Do somebody know more info about this?
I'm wondering if any of you managed to solve this issue and use time edition???
Keeping my fingers crossed
In "Preferences/Misc" just select the default folder to file documents.
I tried this fix but it didn't work. Any other suggestions???
I had the same problem. First I tried running DiskWarrior on all my HDDs, with no effect. Then I used Time Machine (Mac OS X) to restore the previous backup of the default TimeEdition database (in /Library/Application Support/timeEdition). Now the software works as before with all my customers, projects & tasks restored, as well as the records.
Hope this helps someone else.
Computer: PowerMac G4 (FW800)
OS: Mac OS X 10.5.8
Frustrated that I couldn't access my time records for a rather large job, I finally rebooted from an older system 10.4 on another drive. Glad I kept it so I didn't have to reinstall it. I wasn't able to access the latest files which were corrupt, but I was able to find a backup from before the problems. Whew! I'm done with TimeEdition! Hope this helps someone. —David