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cjs226

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handler called but record disabled
« on: December 23, 2010, 03:37:57 PM »
My drive filled up last night which has wreaked a bit of havoc.  One of the apps I use Espionage with is Evernote (for sensitive items that don't sync with the cloud).  Evernote was in a bad state so I quit it.  Now when I try to open it:

12/23/10 10:35:02 AM   EspionageHelper[28713]   INFO: Posted alert message: Preventing launch of Evernote because its folder 'Evernote' is disabled. You can enable the folder in Espionage.
12/23/10 10:35:27 AM   EspionageHelper[28713]   INFO: Enabling: /Users/csmith/Library/Application Support/Evernote
12/23/10 10:35:27 AM   EspionageHelper[28713]   ERROR (setupImageForRecord:1009): cannot setup encrypted record while we're watching it! /Users/csmith/Library/Application Support/Evernote
12/23/10 10:35:27 AM   EspionageHelper[28713]   INFO: Posted critical message: Couldn't setup image for 'Evernote'
Check the log (see Espionage Help menu) for more info.
12/23/10 10:35:27 AM   EspionageHelper[28713]   ERROR (-[SetupEncryptedRecordTask runTask]:51): failed to properly setup possibly encrypted folder: /Users/csmith/Library/Application Support/Evernote
12/23/10 10:35:27 AM   EspionageHelper[28713]   INFO: Posted alert message: Failed to enable 'Evernote'
12/23/10 10:35:27 AM   EspionageHelper[28713]   ERROR (-[EnableRecordTask runTask]:50): Failed to enable: /Users/csmith/Library/Application Support/Evernote
12/23/10 10:35:27 AM   EspionageHelper[28713]   ERROR (-[UpdateRecordTask runTask]:128): Failed to enable 'Evernote'
12/23/10 10:35:27 AM   EspionageHelper[28713]   WARN (event_handler:214): handler called but record disabled! /Users/csmith/Library/Application Support/Evernote
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cjs226

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Re: handler called but record disabled
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2010, 04:04:28 PM »
A reboot cured my ills.
« Last Edit: December 31, 1969, 11:00:00 PM by Guest »