DataOrganizer Beta 3 is now available.
(If you would like to give it a try, please send me an email at beta at bayhoff.com.)
DataOrganizer Beta 2 sometimes crashed when attempting to delete a field. This issue has (hopefully) been fixed.
Fixed an issue with CSV import where the import would fail if the last value of a row consisted solely of spaces.
In prior betas, the search field would not edit (Command-Option-F) if the source list/sidebar was hidden (View > Hide Sidebar). This was because the search field is part of the source list and the source list was not visible. As of Beta 3, the source list will now show itself prior to search field editing should the source list be hidden.
In addition, some minor internal changes were made that should not be noticeable.
Remaining known issues that were not fixed in beta 2:
Although DataOrganizer “supports” dark mode, it looks terrible at the moment.
There seems to be a “permission problem” with contacts and calendar events. Like iOS, macOS will ask you for permission before accessing your contacts and calendar information. This works fine on High Sierra. However, Mojave seemingly denies access without asking, rendering the contacts and events fields useless at the moment.
The Bento importer crashes if there are too many fields of a certain type.
For whatever reasons, a relationship field may not know what library it has formed a relationship with. (It is hard to tell at the moment whether or not this is a bug with the import process.)