ry well bt the absence of 'undo' really freaked me out, particularly at the beginning when you don't know what you're doing... I therefore purchased the Mac version which I am now backing up to
iCloud. Meanwhile I was trying to restore the automatic backup on the Ninox cloud version to retrieve a table, but this functionality is only enabled if you have a paid-for cloud account.
Logged out, restarted, logged in again. Did not work. Entered information on an existing record, went to another record, went back (still there), synced
iCloud, info disappeared.
Thanks Dean I found that it is possible like that : (First, of course the base must be in csv format) I open the base to be completed I click on the gea icon and select > "import data" I go to Icloud where is the csv base and import it. In the window opened I drag and drop the fields from right to left
Wouldn’t each user on the Mac have thier own, separate DBs? If the DB is stored on
iCloud, each user will need access to that
iCloud account. i would like the password for the iPad version where there isnt really multiple users. Sometimes i let my kids use my ipad. you could use the new trigger on open in 2.5.0 to create something password like.
Not sure how, but I thought I was deleting a field and accidentally deleted an entire [very important and complex] table. I can't find the file in my
iCloud folder to try and revert. Is there ANY way to revert back to the last saved version?
Hi, with the two version you can synchronize your databases that are stored within the
iCloud. In order to do so you need to be registered with the same Apple ID on all devices that you like to use for the sync. Best regards, Jörg
This works on the mac app for both. Please, log out from
iCloud and restart your device. Log in to
iCloud and try again.
If you have TimeMachine enabled on your device, you can restore the data. The Ninox databases you have stored in your
iCloud are saved in following path on your Mac: cd ~/Library/Mobile\Documents/BJE6SD455T~de~ninoxdb~ninox-ios/data Please note that this path can only be opened via the Terminal and not via the Finder. Kind regards, Jörg
Hi, I have two Ninox databases, created on the same iMac, same user, and stored in
iCloud. One of them shows up on my iPad and the other doesn't. Both do appear on my iPhone. I have now noticed that on my iPad there are two Ninox apps; the one with the usual logo doesn't show database #2, the one with a sort of graph-paper logo shows both, but with ridiculously large font text. Help!
Read here: https://ninox.com/en/forum/technical-help-5ab8fe445fe2b42b7dd39ee7/i-accidentally-deleted-my-database-from-icloud-how-can-i-recover-it-5dfe176109d132371a594ca2