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Pearcen

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  1. Yeah this one is annoying me. Spotlight picks it up fine so have to resort to that.
  2. I've had a play with the workflow AppleScript and think I have added some logic to help it deal with times. it should now accept times in the formats: <hour> am/pm or 24hr time. eg: 8 am. 3:45 pm, 2:39 am, 05:00 am 00:02, 13:56, 15:00, 23:49 This is my first attempt at AppleScript so hopefully it works and is useful to add to this already great workflow Code replaces all in the RunNSAppleScript block (* For using in Script Editor *) --alfred_script("xxx;;14;Wishlist") on alfred_script(q) set noDate to "no" set theDayArray to {
  3. From my testing it only likes times in the format hh:mm:ss am/pm so 7 am, 7:00, 07:00, 07:00:00, all fail but 07:00:00 am or 7:00:00 am works. [20:53:20.854] Apple Reminders[Arg and Vars] Passing output 'title;tomorrow;07:00:00;' to Run NSAppleScript [20:53:30.351] Apple Reminders[Run NSAppleScript] Processing complete [20:53:30.418] Apple Reminders[Run NSAppleScript] Passing output 'title Due: Thursday, 13 February 2020 at 12:00:00 am, in List: Reminders' to Post Notification [20:54:21.657] Apple Reminders[Arg and Vars
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