Thanks for your suggestions. I'm actually very familiar with OmniFocus and it's features. One thing I tried recently was to configure it so that contexts are projects. There's a desk project and a desk context, and actions assigned to the desk project also pick up a desk context. Why do this? Two reasons: you can then sort manually within a context by sorting within the corresponding project, and you can duplicate entire actions within project view, but not in context view. "Projects work" is an OF project but it's just a list of projects. Et cetera. It's sort of like turning a table saw into a screwdriver. Or turning an iPad into a Palm. It works, but it's kind of a disgusting hack.
Originally Posted by oliver_r