Yes, the threads was just to see if I could get it to run in the background when editorial wasnt running. It didnt work. Ohwell, Ill have to see if I can do a workaround to what I want. Thanks anyway :)
That works awesomely wonderful. I keep my Archive at the end as well. This is exactly what I was looking for. I need to learn Regular Expressions. I have a very vague understanding but ice been trying to find some decent sources of info for beginners. However, looking at workflows that use regex is helpful. Thanks for putting this together, I really appreciate it!
I suppose you could use request text input for a filename, store in a variable, get document text, and set file contents with the request text input variable as the name to name it as you go... Unfortunately, you're essentially copying the file with another name though. That's all I can think of, unless there's some Python magic that can be worked. I'd love to know if there's a way that doesn't involve generating a copy. Changing the file name is easy enough in the Editor, but it might be useful in certain workflows to be able to set file name.
That's probably a better idea. Though for the my purposes, it needs to end up in the clipboard. Needless to say, it will require some more testing and fiddling, which is half the fun anyway. I just saw your Clean Links one. Found the app a couple of days ago and put it on my todo list as the next to incorporated in the workflow. I was glad to see it had a URL scheme. An app like that needs one, in the current state of iOS.
Awesome. The folks at Apple weren't very informative for me, with their responses all sounding quite boilerplate. Though, most customer service places run on scripted scenarios. Glad it works the way it does, I was impressed. I even got to keep TaskPaper, despite Apple's help people telling me it wouldn't reinstall. As for Editorial, I think I'm going to keep a regular backup anyway of my workflows, good to have in case I delete one again like a moron. I'm so glad these two apps have forums!