Later this year Apple will release OS X 10.8 called Mountain Lion. Beside adding a lot of cool new features, Apple also decided to drop some features.
Unfortunately one of them is the technology that TimeLog uses to talk to iCal.
This comes not totally unexpected because there where a lot of changes in Lion already. For that reason I started developing a brand new application last summer. One that does not rely on iCal:
There will be a private beta in the next couple of week.
As there is only a limited number of iOS devices allowed for testing, you may sign up for testing today and I will pick some testers when everything is ready.
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and iOS 5 on the iPhone.
Update: TimeLog seems to run on current Mountain Lion Preview
Today Apple activated the new mobile me calendars for all users. If in any case you see data loss in TimeLog, this is the reason.
If you can’t see any data in TimeLog: Go to TimeLog preferences deselect all your calendars and select them again.
If you are a GrandTotal user and experience a wrong “Not Invoiced” listing – this is also related to the Apple update. Select the already invoiced items in that list and rightclick the selection. Choose there to hide them.