My Mac’s system encountered some corruptions, probably due to a recent rapid series of power outages, so I booted into another partition and restored from a SuperDuper! backup. All is well throughout my system now except for one very minor DTPO fault.
Every time I start up my Mac, everything that’s supposed to launch launches. However, during the launch of DTPO I get a popup dialog box that states The document “Default.sorter” could not be saved. The file is locked." The button choices are “Cancel” and “Go to Finder.” Clicking Cancel does nothing. Clicking Go to Finder simply makes the Finder the active app. These messages continue to popup, multiplying like rabbits, until I open Activity Monitor and quit DEVONthink Sorter. To get the sorter back I have to go to DTPO (which is launched at login) and select Tools > Show Sorter.
I’ve located the file Default.sorter (in ~/Library/Application Support/DEVONthink Sorter) and did a Get info. The “Locked” checkbox is not checked. In Terminal doing an ls -l shows the following permissions: ```
drwxr-xrwx+ 3 tod staff 102 Sep 3 20:05 Default.sorter