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h2ner

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    h2ner got a reaction from LukasM in Open Contacts App from Alfred   
    Agree with deanishe and was thinking the same: cmd-return to open in Contacts. I didn't know of cmd-O until I found this thread. As the modifiers control and option offer other options, I think cmd is a good choice for perhaps the most often wanted other action.
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    h2ner got a reaction from Empyreal in Open Contacts App from Alfred   
    Agree with deanishe and was thinking the same: cmd-return to open in Contacts. I didn't know of cmd-O until I found this thread. As the modifiers control and option offer other options, I think cmd is a good choice for perhaps the most often wanted other action.
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    h2ner got a reaction from cands in Workflow Request: Searching sections/bookmarks in pdfs   
    It's not so bad, and as I've had the same wish as mbigras to search and navigate PDFs by section, and his idea of searching all sections of all PDFs in one command is amazing, I started working on it right away upon realizing it's possible with a workflow. There's nothing else like it yet, and for those, academics or otherwise, that try to read 1000 page books or books with a TOC of 1000 entries, it's quite necessary. Being able to search by TOC entries and then jump to any of thousands of PDFs, to the exact page, who wouldn't find that useful. Most of the basics are already done; just gotta figure out full text search since I switched from SQLAlchemy to SQLite. As the DB grows and let's say you have hundreds of thousands of indexed TOC entries, searching and ordering by relevance becomes more relevant. Just need to figure out that, fix it up a bit, see if there's any other initial needed changes before it becomes ready for everyday use, and hopefully that's enough to then let others then take a look. Indexing Skim notes, self added bookmarks, or PDF annotations, that might come later.
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