zenrain
I've run into this with my main database and then tested it in a new and different database. The issue occurred on both. Only tested on macOS.

The issue is a bit hard to notice due to the Timeline not refreshing after a sync issue.

Steps to recreate:
  1. Enter a new event. Attach to a thought. Make the event an all day event and span multiple days. In my test I created an all day event from 2/23 to 2/26.
  2. Synchronize.
  3. Adjust the date by reducing by one day. The dates should now show 2/23 to 2/25.
  4. Synchronize.
  5. The dates will still show correctly.
  6. Close TheBrain 9.
  7. Re-open TheBrain 9. The event will show from 2/23 to 2/26.
macOS 10.13
TheBrain 9.0.222
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mcaton
Alex,

Confirmed.  It seems to be happening with all day events.  Even after step 2 above, your other machine would be off by one day... Documented.

Thanks,
Matt
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zenrain
Thanks, I've tested and a workaround until this is resolved is to change from all day to Date/Time.
macOS 10.13
TheBrain 9.0.222
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Harlan
Issues with syncing events should be resolved in the next release. Thanks for your patience.
Regards,
-Harlan
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zenrain
Thanks, I've stopped using all day events until this was resolved. It will be nice to be able to use them again.
macOS 10.13
TheBrain 9.0.222
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