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  1. Hi, didn't see the post until today. opening attachments and finding items is great. Looking forward to installing the workflow. For maintenance: not sure I can contribute - not a skilled programmer at all. cheers
  2. Hi, sorry for the late reply, was gone over weekend - yes, the new version works. I really appreciate your work, many thanks!
  3. Hi, the ennew keyword is still not working for me. I've done the following: - restart computer - reinstall Evernote - reinstall Alfred Evernote plugin - rename ennew into some other keyword The issue is still the same. Alfred doesn't do anything once ennew has been typed. The "loading options" is shown, indicating that the right workflow is being called. Also, when I rename ennew in the Evernote workflow, then typing ennew falls back onto a browswer serach, showing that the keyword doesn't exist twice (same after uninstalling the workflow). Using the hotkeys works, indicating that
  4. mmh. Doesn't help. It's weird: When I assign hotkeys, they work (e.g. new note from clipboard). When I type ennew, then it seems to get stuck while "loading options" - even if I add text after ennew, pressing return won't do anything. Not sure how to debug this..
  5. Hi, v4.5: when I type ennew, then nothing happens, except that alfred says "loading options" under "Create a new noteā€¦". Do I have to make any adjustments to the script first? Other commands work fine. Cheers
  6. Hi, I am having the exact same problems as vdesabou. I downloaded the newest version (I think, from the first page of this thread), but the problem persists. Besides that, great workflow idea! Cheers
  7. Hi, this is a great workflow, thank you. Could you implement to show the notebook as the subtitle of the notetitle results? This would be really helpful. Cheers
  8. I guess another solution is to create separate perspectives with single contexts in OF. But, depending on the number of contexts, this would make a lot of perspectives. The workflow you laid out sounds fine to me. But, it might actually be more useful to have an extra command which immediately lists the contexts of the perspective you gave as argument (or is that what you meant anyway?). Then, you have 1 step to choose the context, and from there you get the tasks. I think that the advantage would be that by filtering down onto 1 context, you will get a lot less items (well, depending on the
  9. Hi, really useful, thank you. it would be great to be able to search for a context, too, or even to combine perspective and context. For example, I have a perspective "today", and then contexts like "priority", "office", "home". So, I'd like to look for "today"-"office" etc. (similar for waiting for perspective which contains "waiting for" for different people).
  10. Hi, is there already progress on a Zotero workflow? Zotero integration would be greatly appreciated!
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