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Old 03-27-2012, 06:48 PM
hiroshisugi hiroshisugi is offline
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Weird behavior of scheduled copy

I have a scheduled daily backup with SuperDuper that runs at night. This morning SuperDuper was still open and I couldn't quit it (i.e. it didn't respond to CtrlQ etc.) although it didn't appear frozen. I forced quit it and restarted. The "Scheduled Copies" windows stated that the Next Copy is tonight but the last copy column was empty. Also, the Show Log.. button was greyed out. Under what is going to happen it said "Nothing is scheduled to be copied". But when I click the 'edit' button is still showed my daily back-up selection etc.
Since I didn't know when the last copy was made, I pressed copy now and the back-up completed but still I cannot access the log or see anything in "last copy". Restarting the computer didn't help either.
What is going on? How can I restore the functionality of this window?
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