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  1. This workflow is designed to work with the NotePad script for TextBar. NotePad is a group of nine notepads that sit in your menubar. You can tuck information away, run scripts on the text, or regular expression edits. There are around 37 pre-made scripts for editing your notes. You can create and add your own scripts as well. The topmost actions require you to set the noteID variable to the right. It can be 1 through 9 to represent the note that the text will be appended/written to. The actions will append or overwrite depending on the status of the append variable to the right. If set to 'a', it will append. If set to 'w', it will over-right the text. The last group of actions is for pasting a note to the topmost application. You can either give a number for the note or just paste the note that corresponds to the noteID parameter for the workflow. Download: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/blob/master/Alfred 3/NotePadWorkflow.alfredworkflow
  2. Need a quick place to write up some text that you won't need to save? Need a slightly more persistent clipboard? Don't want to bother opening up a text editor? Already have your browser open? Download Chrome Notepad from Packal. Just type "cn"; and you'll see a new tab open in Chrome that will give you a styled scratchpad. Right now it's only Chrome (I wrote this quickly for myself not in the most efficient way), but it can be expanded to other browsers.
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