• ihf

    @cvp It's fine. I naively thought that the .html could bypass file selection and just "pre-select" an iCloud file (outline). That way I could just have multiple .html files, each with the name of the outline that it opened. The current.html file requires a couple more clicks but otherwise does exactly what I wanted.

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  • ihf

    @cvp Thanks! That works well.

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  • ihf

    @cvp WIth Sort=none, the dates are correctly associated with their items.

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  • ihf

    @cvp I set a due date on a line in my outline and then viewed the outline with the .html. The due date showed up but was associated with a different line (the 1st line). The dates are sorted in descending order. Also, I modified another line and the modification shows in the viewer but the update date is from a couple of days ago (probably when it was created).

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  • ihf

    @cvp Sorry, I thought you were referring to the .html approach. Yes, if the viewer ran as a python script, then access to the file from the server would be needed. One problem with putting the outlines on the server that I hadn’t considered is not having any authentication for access.

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  • ihf

    @cvp I will probably use outline_viewer.html as it is accessible from any web browser that is on a machine that is logged into my iCloud account. Unless I am mistaken, the web server does not need iCloud access as you are accessing the file from the client.

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  • ihf

    @cvp I don’t know about html5 limitations/restrictions. Perhaps it could all be done in a Python executable on the web server.

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  • ihf

    @cvp Is it also difficult to have a version which just opens a specific file (i.e., no memory of file last used and no selection). If so, I could create a few .html files wach of which would open a different outline. Not elegant but it would avoid any selection.

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  • ihf

    @cvp I know JS is not what you want to work on, but if you are open to any enhancements to the .html file, one thing that would be nice is if it could default to the last file that was selected, rather than to have to select it each time. Or, perhaps it could open the file selection directly rather than have you click Select File which is always going to be required.

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  • ihf

    @cvp That fixed it!. Thank you!

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