When we released Tyme 2 in February 2016, we also discontinued Tyme 1. But we also made sure that it still works on macOS Sierra by pushing a last update. Now with the release of High Sierra, we can not guarantee that Tyme 1 still works.
TL;DR: Tyme 1 is not fully compatible with High Sierra. Tyme 2 is of course fully compatible.
If you’re affected by this issue and Tyme 1 is crashing upon startup, you can still transfer your data to Tyme 2 by following these steps:
- Please download the SQLLiteBrowser: http://sqlitebrowser.org
- Open the Tyme 1 database in this folder:
- Close SQLLiteBrowser
- You now should have only one file in that folder: Tyme.storedata (SQLLiteBrowser reduces the three database files into one)
- Open Tyme 2 and import the file Tyme.storedata
If Tyme 2 complains that the file isn’t a proper Tyme 1 backup file, don’t worry, everything is fixable. Follow these steps to repair it:
- Open the Tyme 1 database again
- Select File > Export > SQL and save the file
- Click “New Database” and give it a filename
- Select File > Import > SQL and select the previous saved SQL file
- Save and then rename the file extension to .storedata
- Import it in Tyme 2