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anas

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  1. I wanted to implement this for a while now, but kept putting it off. Didn't know it was this simple . Thanks!
  2. Very odd, any suggestions of something else I could test to ensure the problem isn't on my end?
  3. So it definitely seems to be something to do with that option. When I disable it even long threads copy without issues.
  4. Cpu load is normal. I have "include related messages" ticked in the options, could that be it? I noticed that it only happens when I select multiple messages in an email thread.
  5. odd bug I noticed, wondering if I am the only one. If I try to move more than one message it sometimes randomly selects another message to move and leaves one of the selected ones in the inbox ... Could this maybe be due to the fact that the order of the messages changes once some are moved? If so any ideas for a fix?
  6. Impressive! It is now actually faster than clicking your way through the menu hence useful. Thanks!
  7. Very nice workflow! Works great
  8. anas

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    You are of course right! I thought since when you click on the new tweet icon or press command+n the location of the popup is different there might be something that can be done, but alas all was in vain. I will have to contact tapbots
  9. anas

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    True, your workflow is definitely not at fault. I am just trying to figure out why this is the default behaviour and if there is something that can be done on the bash end to fix it
  10. anas

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    It works, but the placement of the new tweet pop-up is strange (created above the window). I haven't found a way yet to fix that in bash, if I do come up with something I will let you know.
  11. anas

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    I didn't mean to quote the whole post, the last suggestion works: open "tweetbot:///post?text=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.alfredapp.com"
  12. anas

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    This seems to work, it starts a tweet with the link embedded. The Bundle ID is com.tapbots.TweetbotMac
  13. anas

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    Thanks, works great! Seems I didn't need my custom command and was just overcomplicating things
  14. anas

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    I use Papers2 to keep track of research papers I have read or want to read. When I find something on google scholar I like to just open the url in Papers2 to import the paper. Don't know if it is useful in general ... This is the custom command I use: open -a /Applications/Papers2.app "$THEURL"
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