What system are you using? Are you using the correct start syntax: 'start Sector, Project, Description' ?
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Thanks for the feedback. There should be a log.json file in ~/Library/Application Support. The edit command is really clunky; sorry about that. If you edit an entry using the command, you need to include the year, month, and date, not just the hours and minutes. The easier way to edit entries is by clicking on their ID's in the ID column in the Entries tab. A little form will pop up and you can edit from there.
If log.json is still there in the Application Support folder, check if the contents look fine (i.e. not overwritten by anything). If so, you can easily fix the messed up entry start time. Use this little tool to convert the datetime into Log's time format. Remember the input requires the year, month, date, hour, and minutes in the following format: YYYY MM DD hh mm. As an example, July 8 2017 12:00 pm should be written as 2017 06 08 12 00. This should give you "596066d0". That's your time value. The month is denoted as 06 instead of 07 because months start from 00 to 11.
That should fix things for you. I have a busy semester ahead of me so I won't be able to make updates to Log for the next few months. I apologise in advance for any more bugs that pop up in the near future. But don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions. Let me know how it goes
Thank you; glad you like it. I do like the idea of keeping track of satisfaction with the things we do and accomplish. I just have a couple of questions. Is the satisfaction level set per project per day or just the day overall? How would you quantify satisfaction (percentages, scale)?
You found the Invisible Portal!
Hahaha I'm kidding. Thanks for pointing it out. And thank you for stopping by :)
The unexplained mechanics were supposed to be the secret: logic gates. I intended it to be a mystery to the uninitiated, though I may have been too transparent with my choice of block symbols. Plus the tagline and one of the tags give it away.