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  1. Ours also requires and Basic seemed to do the trick for me. Just set your url to http://USERNAME:PASSWORD@jenkins.url/ EDIT: Just realized you were using google creds. Might be able to still get by with this. Or maybe a one time use password if you are using two factor.
  2. Both good suggestions. Ill add the top one for sure when I get the chance. Gotta figure out a way to inject tags and projects into the script. Im thinking I might parse hashtags at the end of a timer into tags. That would make carrying them over easier. As for the projects still not sure what I want to do about that.
  3. Updated to include a script filter. Added a ts command to quick start a timer but also have tgl start do the same thing.
  4. I think im going to do both. Im going to have the script filter with tgl start Text but also just ts Text so I can add the hot key to that.
  5. To those using the app I propose a question. I plan on adding a script filter for viewing time entries, setting a default project, setting a default workspace, stopping a time that is start. To do so I will have to modify the syntax. That said Id like to keep starting a timer as simple as possible. Would it be sufficient to have syntax such as: tgl start Time Entry tgl stop tgl timers tgl projects tgl tasks tgl workspaces tgl token <TOKEN> If I did it this way it would be extremely flexible but the start action would be more work if typing. The script would still contain a hotkey for those that wanted instant access to functions like tgl start and tgl stop. The other option is to change the start keyword to something else such as t ts tgs strt tgl-start Thoughts?
  6. I just realized a huge flaw in my workflow. I only accounted for gmail accounts. That was a pretty big assumption to make. Ill have a new one up by end of day. Sorry about that.
  7. I seem to have the worst luck lately. That link should do it.
  8. I'd like to present my second crumby workflow: Toggl Time Tracking v0.6 So far it is a WIP but has the following features: Set your API token like so tgl token <INSERT_TOKEN_HERE> Start a new timer (also ends previous timer): ts <SOME_DESCRIPTION> tgl start <SOME_DESCRIPTION> Continue and old timer: tgl timers Stop The current running timer [Any timer started from any client!] tgl stop I have also added a hot key to quick set the text to the current text selection. Features to come: Possibly set Workspace, project, or task as well as tagsAny and all suggestions are welcome. (Even the "you suck"s, its refreshing to hear anything) EDIT: Fixed some bugs. Times were displaying wrong. Dont need to stop previous timer manually. Toggle API Takes care of it. EDIT 2: Rewritten with a script filter and removed some unnecessary bloat. EDIT 3: Added previous timer support http://d.pr/f/fKZq
  9. Ok try this guys. This will NOT fix your issue but should output the exception its getting to a Notification. Once I get that figured out I can fix the actual issue. http://d.pr/f/kd6d Use link above
  10. I had a feeling that might happen. I think it might be the fact that I didn't include smtplib or email. Are you guys able to open the workflow folder in terminal? If so can you run python anydo.py RANDOM. In the mean time Ill try to get better error handling in there.
  11. I recently started using and enjoying Any.Do for keeping track of my tasks. This workflow requires you to enter your email and password (in the keychain) so that your tasks can be emailed to do@any.do. Let me know if you have any questions or comments as this is my first workflow and Im not super confident in it. EDIT: I came to the realization that I didn't properly describe the steps. The email and password you enter are for the email account NOT you any.do account. This limitation is unfortunately do to the fact that there is no external API available any.do and the workflow must send an email from the email address you signed up with. Ive also updated the link to print the exception if there is an error. EDIT 2: Added a anydo-reset command to remove associated account information. This should help those that might have been confused by my lack of explanation or who are concerned about account storage. Im going to keep emailing the people over at any.do till they add some sort of API or I break down dig through their chrome extension to reverse engineer their todo list. One thing that this is missing is the ability to clear your account information. If you have any ideas on how that will be best serve let me know. http://d.pr/f/MONA
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