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Hanging due to constant checks

My iJournal seems to check my friends' page for new posts all the time. I can't find a setting or preference for how often it checks (Quiet Mode doesn't seem to do anything), and as a result, the program always seems to eat up memory and prevent me from actually typing an entry.

Is there any way to get it to stop constantly check for updates so I can actually, you know, use the app?

Also, is iJournal still being developed at all, or is it presently at a standstill?


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Mar. 1st, 2010 06:11 am (UTC)
In applications / utilities, run console and see what the program is receiving. If you have a paid account it should check every 120 seconds. I will look
to see if it's leaking memory but I haven't seen anything unusual. Also knowing what your machine, os version, and memory amount is helpful.

As for being worked on, I've got a lot of minor things I've been doing to it but nothing release worthy yet.
Mar. 1st, 2010 07:46 am (UTC)
I'm using it on Snow Leopard (10.6.2) on a MacBook Pro with 4 GB of RAM.

When I run Activity Monitor after just having opened iJournal, it says that the Real Memory Size is 34.8 MB, but the Virtual Memory is 847.1 MB, Shared Memory is 24.8, Private is 11.0 and Virtual Private Memory is 40.6 MB.

Is the Virtual Memory being so huge normal?

The console has this to say:

Feb 28 18:49:52 azurite SubmitDiagInfo[58493]: Submitted spin report: /Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/iJournal_2010-02-27-185831_azurite.spin

Feb 28 23:39:01 azurite SIMBL Agent[78148]: warning: failed to get scripting definition from /Applications/iJournal.app; it may not be scriptable.

Feb 28 23:39:01 azurite iJournal[28193]: *** -[NSComboBoxCell addItemsWithObjectValues:] should not be called when usesDataSource is set to YES

Feb 28 23:39:02 azurite iJournal[28193]: Initializer-based scripting additions have been deprecated. Please update this addition: "/Library/ScriptingAdditions/Adobe Unit Types.osax"

I hope that helps somehow!
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