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  1. I ultimately got this working. You can email tasks, so I set up a workflow with a keyword and an NSApplescript routine that takes the query and sends it as the subject line. Dfay's script in this thread worked for the purpose. I figured I'd update this in case anyone else is looking to do the same. I think it should be easy to implement in Popclip as well to send highlighted text as a task.
  2. Sounds like it may just be something I'll have to live with, or switch to Safari. Thank you for letting me know it's handled by macOS and Chrome.
  3. When I run a Google search from Alfred, Chrome launches but the window with the search terms is often behind the new tab window and whatever I had open from the last time I used Chrome. Is there a way that Alfred can launch a search in Chrome similarly to how it works in Safari when Safari is the default browser, i.e. the search results are shown in the frontmost window?
  4. Just wondering whether there are any Checkvist users here who developed Alfred workflows to go with the service. I'm also curious whether anyone is working on a workflow for Dynalist, which now has an API as well.
  5. Small script that works in an Alfred workflow to create notes for Unclutter, in case it is useful for anyone. I use a keyword ("u") and then run the following shell script. DATENOW=$(date '+%Y-%m-%d') DATETIME=$(date '+%H.%M.%S') echo "{query}" > "/Users/USERNAME/LOCATION/Unclutter/Notes/Unclutter Note $DATENOW $DATETIME.txt"
  6. If anyone else is using OmniOutliner as a to-do list, here is a quick script that can be adapted to add rows. on alfred_script(q) tell application "OmniOutliner" make new row at last row of front document with properties {topic:q} outdent last row of front document end tell end alfred_script
  7. The Dropbox link does not seem to be working, but the Github link is fine.
  8. This is a huge help. I had a lot of Applescripts I made for Taskpaper 2 and Alfred that broke when I upgraded to 10.12, and even though I had upgraded to Taskpaper 3, I was missing a lot of the efficiency I had before due to the loss of my workflows and not having the time to invest yet in relearning how to automate Taskpaper 3. This workflow is great. Thank you for sharing it!
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