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OCR, select the screen area, and press Enter to immediately obtain the text.


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This is simple enough and looks quite ready to go in the Gallery, but I have a few suggestions:

  • You don’t need the Run Script, you can and should instead use the Run Shortcut automation. That would make it use no code and be a good candidate for the “Good for Learning” category.
  • Would be useful to add a Hotkey Trigger too. I can imagine someone using e.g. ⌘⇧6 to take the screenshot and get the text. By the way: nice use of the Automation Task.

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On 2/15/2024 at 3:21 AM, vitor said:

This is simple enough and looks quite ready to go in the Gallery, but I have a few suggestions:

  • You don’t need the Run Script, you can and should instead use the Run Shortcut automation. That would make it use no code and be a good candidate for the “Good for Learning” category.
  • Would be useful to add a Hotkey Trigger too. I can imagine someone using e.g. ⌘⇧6 to take the screenshot and get the text. By the way: nice use of the Automation Task.

 

 

Thank you for your suggestion.


 

1. I have updated the workflow, have a try. 

2. because I change shortcuts, you must delete the OCR and then trigger the workflow.

3. I set Hotkey as ⌘ ⇧ 7 because the ⌘ ⇧ 6 conflicts with the system setting. Any user can customize the hotkey.

 

 

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