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  1. A couple more updates to the workflow: https://github.com/chadhs/idonethis-for-alfred - added some internal insturctions in the run script block for people that skim the readme to fast (with link back to readme and my contact info for help) - changed the notification output to the return value from the API call so users can see if their done was created or if there was an error (right now this is a json response; in the future i will use some sort of filter to give a friendlier non developer centric message.)
  2. Hey everyone, the time is here! The lovely folks over at iDoneThis are in alpha testing for their API and have invited me to participate. I've already revamped the plugin and you can find it here: https://github.com/chadhs/idonethis-for-alfred Please contact me directly via email if you'd like instructions on how to get your token to join in testing. Please be mindful that the plugin is prerelease and some changes / breakages may occur. I will work very hard to keep pace with these changes. Thank you. Best wishes, Chad
  3. I'm currently using it on 10.9.1. Is there a chance your port 25 is being limited outbound from your ISP? What does a `mailq` command give you for output after the fact? I'd recommend trying to authenticate to your mail host like benklocek was trying above. I have yet to test this out myself as I'm using this at work and allowed to sendmail outbound from my Mac atm.
  4. I think that can just be replaced by vim or nano; and that he's just editing the file. Unless I skimmed that ***way*** to fast.
  5. UTF8 header changes have been incorporated. My status update of "“ ” ‘ ’ – — … ‐ ‒ ° © ® ™ • ½ ¼ ¾ ⅓ ⅔ † ‡ µ ¢ £ € « » ♠ ♣ ♥ ♦ ¿ �" worked just fine.
  6. Very nice I will test this out myself and include instructions and a link to your post in the README.md. Also right now there is no API access to iDoneThis though they do want to add it in the future — so we're stuck doing this via email till that time.
  7. I'll be sure to incorporate this in an update as soon as I am able to. Thanks much!
  8. Hey everyone. I was not getting notifications here on replies to this thread. I think that is fixed. I'll work my way through the replies as soon as I have time. I use this plugin daily and anything I can do to fix/bulletproof/enhance it helps us all. Thanks for your patience.
  9. Glad you like the plugin Jeff. I contacted the iDoneThis folks and I believe they will list this in addition to the plugin for Alfred v1 under their "apps" section. I didn't have to do the above steps to make it work on Mountain Lion (which both my machines are running). Can you confirm this is still needed? If yes I can add it to the README on (Edit: github) bitbucket. Thanks!
  10. Update: 10/16/2014 --- Major bug fix update to the iDoneThis for Alfred workflow today. Grab the latest version here on GitHub!: http://bit.ly/1sXOk1q The main fix here is you can now actually include single and double quotes in your dones without it throwing you an error. so this will actually post → idid chad's first done via the new alfred "workflow" ← see what i did there. :-) --- Update: 09/29/2014 --- You can now get the new workflow and your API token on your own. The iDoneThis team is allowing anyone access to the API now. Enjoy! → https://github.com/chadhs/idonethis-for-alfred --- Hey everyone, the time is here! The lovely folks over at iDoneThis are in alpha testing for their API and have invited me to participate. I've already revamped the plugin and you can find it here: https://github.com/chadhs/idonethis-for-alfred Please contact me directly via email if you'd like instructions on how to get your token to join in testing. Please be mindful that the plugin is prerelease and some changes / breakages may occur. I will work very hard to keep pace with these changes. Thank you. Best wishes, Chad The current plugin is considered deprecated but won't be removed bitbucket in case it's still working for you FYI iDoneThis For Alfred 2 Contact: Script & attempt at creating an icon by: Chad Stovern chadhs@digitalnomad.im http://www.digitalnomad.im Summary: I made this workflow as the old iDoneThis workflow is for Alfred 1 and to the best of my knowledge has not been updated. This workflow uses Mac OS X built–in sendmail binary to quickly send updates to your [iDoneThis.com](http://idonethis.com) account. Download / README: https://bitbucket.org/chadhs/idonethis-for-alfred-2 Installation: Simply download and double–click the workflow file to install. Then edit the bash script to fill out your name and the email address tied to your [iDoneThis.com](http://idonethis.com) account; it will be at the top of the script and look just like this. ## Set your name & email address here from_name="John Doe" from_addr="jdoe@example.com" Type "idid" followed bey your update and press enter; you're done!
  11. Nice job doing this with Alfred. Just an FYI that this is also built–in to OS X: # take screenshots on the mac - Command-Shift-3: Take a screenshot of the screen, and save it as a file on the desktop - Command-Shift-4, then select an area: Take a screenshot of an area and save it as a file on the desktop - Command-Shift-4, then space, then click a window: Take a screenshot of a window and save it as a file on the desktop - Command-Control-Shift-3: Take a screenshot of the screen, and save it to theclipboard - Command-Control-Shift-4, then select an area: Take a screenshot of an area and save it to the clipboard - Command-Control-Shift-4, then space, then click a window: Take a screenshot of a window and save it to the clipboard.
  12. I've just created a new workflow for appending text to a specific text file. I personally use it for quickly capturing list items to a couple text files that I don't want to clutter up OmniFocus with. This one is almost trivial, but is the counterpart to my less trivial PrependText2File workflow. Script Logic: Creates a to the second timestamped backup under /tmp Verifies the backup is good via md5 matching before proceeding Appends your input to the original file You can find the workflow file and README here: https://bitbucket.org/chadhs/appendtext2file Here is a paste of the current README.md as well: # AppendText2File ## Alfred 2 workflow for appending text to a file ## Contact: chadhs@digitalnomad.im ## Credits: script & terrible placeholder icon by Chad Stovern ## Installation Instructions - double click the workflow file to install - edit the keyword input to your liking - edit the embedded bash script line that defines your target text file to append to (NO RELATIVE PATHS); look for this section: ############################# ## SET YOUR TEXT FILE HERE ## ############################# original="/Users/username/Dropbox/yourfile.txt" ### Optional Notification Support - if you'd like desktop notifications install terminal-notifier here: https://github.com/alloy/terminal-notifier/downloads ***NOT*** the ruby gem install ## Usage - activate alfred and type in your keyword - after your keyword type the exact text you want to append to your file - press enter to append ## Protips - install the plugin more than once and choose a different keyword to create shortcuts to append to multiple files - change the name of the workflow AND the keyword title for each file you install it for example keywords: apideas approjects apblog
  13. I've just created a new workflow for prepending text to a specific text file. I personally use it for quickly capturing ideas for blog posts or projects to a file for review later. I don't want this stuff cluttering up my real projects in OmniFocus. The reason for prepending is having the newest ideas at the top of the file. I'm definitely looking for any feedback other than "your 5 minute pixelmator icon sucks." ;-) Script Logic: Creates a to the second timestamped backup under /tmp Verifies the backup is good via md5 matching before proceeding Overwrites the original file with the input you provide Appends the contents of the backup to the original — thus giving you prepend behavior! =) You can find the workflow file and README here: https://bitbucket.org/chadhs/prependtext2file Here is a paste of the current README.md as well: # PrependText2File ## Alfred 2 workflow for prepending text to a file ## Contact: chadhs@digitalnomad.im ## Credits: script & terrible placeholder icon by Chad Stovern ## Installation Instructions - double click the workflow file to install - edit the keyword input to your liking - edit the embedded bash script line that defines your target text file to prepend to (NO RELATIVE PATHS); look for this section: ############################# ## SET YOUR TEXT FILE HERE ## ############################# original="/Users/username/Dropbox/yourfile.txt" ### Optional Notification Support - if you'd like desktop notifications install terminal-notifier here: https://github.com/alloy/terminal-notifier/downloads ***NOT*** the ruby gem install ## Usage - activate alfred and type in your keyword - after your keyword type the exact text you want to prepend to your file - press enter to prepend ## Protips - install the plugin more than once and choose a different keyword to create shortcuts to prepend to multiple files - change the name of the workflow AND the keyword title for each file you install it for example keywords: ppideas ppprojects ppblog
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