xilopaint

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  1. It sounds interesting. I will look into this in the coming weeks.
  2. Date Calculator is an excellent workflow which can do this and much more.
  3. Never mind. I just realized I can get the / using a : instead.
  4. The workflow doesn't work if the new filename has a /.
  5. It's a keyword with no arguments. You just have to hit enter with no spaces and the compose window will open.
  6. If you enter 1,20,1 for start, stop, step you will have all pages from 1 to 20 of the source file. If you enter 1,20,2 you will include the start page and every page after a step of two pages so you will have in the output file the following pages of the source file: 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19. If you enter 1,20,4 you have a step of four pages so the output file will have the following pages of the source file: 1, 5, 9, 13, 17. Note that the difference between the pages is equal to the step value (eg. 5 - 1 = 4; 9 - 5 = 4 and so on). No. According the workflow logic a split should involve all pages of the source file. You are mentioning a multiple slice invoked by a single input argument. This is not supported by Alfred PDF Tools and I am not certain it would be a useful feature. Personally, when I need to do this I prefer to use Finder for dragging the pages in order to create multiple documents.
  7. Update (v2.2): Added ability to encrypt multiple PDF files.
  8. Thank you! I will surely take a look on it on the next days.
  9. No problem. Feel free to ask any question or request a feature.
  10. I have concerns regarding the stability. In larger files the workflow needs more time to complete the encryption process so a batch encryption could not be as stable. In any case I will consider your request and make some tests to check if this can be implemented in a reliable way.
  11. You should not set any keyword or do any other change to make the workflow work. Revert back your changes or reinstall the workflow. Alfred PDF Tools is fully operated by file actions, so you just have to select one or more PDF files with Alfred, depending on the chosen action, and enter the user input once requested. The keyword elements are intended to get user input, not to trigger the action.
  12. Update (v2.1): Added ability to encrypt PDF files.
  13. Unfortunately it's not possible to change the logic to fit all the data unless I join the judge name and the phone number on a subtitle column so that I would have two script filters concatenated instead of three. My original plan was: Script Filter 1 – Title: city – Subtitle: none Script Filter 2 – Title: court – Subtitle: none Script Filter 3 – Title: judge name – Subtitle: court phone It would be great if ISYN had an optional argument in its command-line to set a row number to be single filtered by the workflow. It would make data creation much simpler on user side in many cases. Please, if possible consider this a feature request. EDIT: I just realized that I can use an action modifier in order to have only two scripts filters. It seems a good solution. Let me try.
  14. I got my workflow to work with chained Script Filters. Thank you! So I have one more question: is there any way to make ISYN filter the content of an individual row? It's important for the logic of my workflow. I don't want to create a sheet for every single court with the judge name and phone number. It would be massive work.
  15. And it's not possible to have all data in a single Excel workbook even if I have to use more than one filter? Could you move my post to a new thread? I am a bit lost because I want to use this template to create a workflow, so I don't know if my questions are totally unrelated to this thread.