Doom Posted March 31, 2014 Share Posted March 31, 2014 the "post notification" output should be an action. after the post notification you could run a script. the post notification could be clicked (run an output script) or swiped away (do nothing) or even better, optionally you can display 2 buttons and the output script gets the notification return (clicked button id, swiped away, clicked, timeout, (textfield input?)) i have a terminal workflow which executes the terminal command in the current finder window. if the command has returned something i display a notification, but sometimes the return is too long for that, i would like to display it in large type or in quicklook after the user clicked on the notification the notification function has potential and could have many options like show buttons, display/hide icon, show custom icon (i mean the right icon), show input field and the return Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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