Re: [NTLK] MacJournal Sync One Way?

From: G Herriman <>
Date: Tue Nov 27 2007 - 07:03:21 EST

After using NCX, I can't see why there's a need or desire to use
anything else for syncing. It seems like such a huge pain to me when
NCX is essentially what everyone needs.

The NewtSync/MacJournal thing always seemed so tortured to me. I got
it to work, but it wasn't nearly as elegant as NCX.


On Nov 26, 2007, at 4:15 PM, Laurent Daudelin wrote:
> Now, to the main question. I've setup NewtSync to synchronize with
> MacJournal. All is well whenever I make changes on the 2100 notes,
> then they are successfully updated in MacJournal. However, if I make
> any change in MacJournal, they are not synchronized with the same
> notes on the 2100. Is the synchronization for MacJournal only one
> way, e.g. from the Newton to the Mac and not the other way around? If
> so, that severely limits the flexibility of the whole frigging setup
> that I've been working on so hard over the last week or so. Or, if it
> should go both ways, what am I missing?

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