I’m getting a message in Bike 1.11 that says “The document could not be autosaved. You don’t have permission to write to the folder that the file is in.” even though I do have permissions, and it was previously saved. It doesn’t matter where I try to save the document, since all locations give the same error. If I try to change the save location, I get a message that says ““[File name]” couldn’t be moved because you don’t have permission to access “iCloud Drive”.”
I tried to work around by copying the contents of the document into a new doc, renaming, and saving, but eventually the auto-save message reappears and I’m then unable to save the document at all.
@jessegrosjean This is on a direct-download version of the app. I can initially save the document to iCloud (or the desktop), but eventually I get the auto-save error, and then I can’t save the file to any location, whether iCloud-based or not. I’ll continue to track what triggers it and will report back.
I’m also encountering this, pretty much immediately after updating. Download version - saving to iCloud.
The update reopened all bike docks I had open at time, opened a new dock and Auto-save issue notice appeared soon after. Attempting to manually save stalls bike for a while, then it quietly returns to working.
May not have anything to do with anything, but realized my TextEdit app also stopped responding immediately after (bc switched to it to try to complete the text task).
I mention bc, have noticed the few times Bike mis-behaves it seems my TextEdit does too?!? wondering if there is any shared service (spell check, etc,) contributing to hangs/pause/issues. Probably, nothing - just making stories to fill the gaps … as we do.
Will try to suss any more behavior relationships if can and update here.
I created a test file and–on creation–saved it to a non-iCloud folder. I worked in the file for an hour and auto-save worked fine. But when I try tom move it to my Desktop folder, which is iCloud synced, I get "“Test bike file” couldn’t be moved because you don’t have permission to access “Desktop”
I expect so, it seems like it must be Sandbox related. How exactly, I don’t know. Also, I’m still not able to reproduce the problem. I’m creating files both in and out of iCloud. Moving them back and forth between. Can’t seem to trigger the issue.
Also generally Bike is doing very little outside the bounds of default Cocoa document based app behavior. Pretty much all the saving code is provided by frameworks.
Can you reproduce same problem by performing same actions in any other sandboxed document based apps?
Is it the version of TaskPaper from my website for from the Mac App Store? The version from my website isn’t sandboxed, so I think wouldn’t have the problem… the version from the Mac App Store is sandboxed.
I’m not sure how Drafts is implemented … what if you just try the same actions in TextEdit, does that have trouble or not?