Hi Timo, it doesn't synch from my MacBook to my iOS devices.. two iPads and my iPhone, I don't get the locally updated message, and the sync circle doesn't have the cross to show a sync is available. I always usually hit the sync button manually after every entry.
However there is no problem syncing from an iOS device. If I have to force close the MacBook version because the "Quit Diurium" button is greyed out after its failed to close, nothing is synced, until I open and launch my iOS devices diurium... then immediately I get a message "local databases synced". So it does sync somehow just not directly from my MacBook.
I'm certain this began with the latest round of Apple updates... including the latest version of Ventura. But it doesn't seem to affect iOS. I can make an entry on an iPad and sync no problem... including to the Mac OS.
I don't have any windows devices, I've been an Apple guy for maybe thirty years. I am getting on a bit. I was a Chief Electrical Engineering Officer in the Navy. So in a senior position I was able to ensure there was always an Apple device on board for my use.
I was also the first Electrical officer who sailed on a ship with computerised monitoring systems on board in Europe!!!!
It was a big IBM machine with a keyboard for entering commands, and the computer itself was a big roll of punch hole tape which flew backwards and forwards. I had a lot of problems in the tropics, if the humidity got too high the tape (paper) would weaken in the moisture and break. And it was hell trying to load a new tape and set it up.
Remember I would be alone in the middle of the Pacific maybe, so there was no tech support to call!
I have a claim to fame though, When I was very young a long time ago now I went on the hippy trail to India, onto Katmandu and into Afghanistan, but when I was in India I stayed in a hostel with STEVE JOBS!!! He was there with a friend I think was called Frank, Steve went everywhere barefoot, most of us wore flip flops, but Steve and I had quite a few discussions about spirituality and Buddhism in general, we even discussed becoming monks! We also sat and smoked hash together.
Steve did mention electronics a few times, but I wasn't really interested. When we parted ways he gave me his address and phone number and invited me out to stay in the States! I think that was a life changing opportunity missed!!! Hahahaha... I could have become an early Apple employee!!! And I think I'd be sitting in a very different apartment to the one I'm in now.
Keep up the marvellous work Timo... I think Steve would have liked you, your programs have soul, beauty and the end user very much in mind. Kia Kaha, Phil. Thats Maori and I'm a Kiwi.