• LERS

    SanDisk offers a really nice wireless device that connects to the iPad/iPhone via WiFi. However, you have to use their app (or a handful of compatible apps) to access/stream the files in the device.

    Would it be possible to access the files stored in that device through Pythonista + Python Script?

    Thanks!

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    The folding lines action in the latest beta version is great. However, it's limited to folding lines based on a Regular Expression. Is there a way of using this action based on a Python script?. My final objective is to be able to fold lines based due dates in a Taskpaper file containing tags in the form @due(YYYY-MM-DD).

    Thanks!

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    Ole,

    Thanks for the quick response, I wasn't sure if I was supposed to post links to Workflows using beta actions (even unlisted ones).

    Macmanuk,

    No problem, here is the unlisted link.

    Let me know if you have questions. I might tweak it a little bit more. If so, I'll upload it to the same address.

    LERS

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    Ole, this is just to let you know that I have the Workflow up and running in case you want to check it out. I haven't made it public because is a Beta feature.

    Thanks again,

    LERS

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  • LERS

    Thanks so much for your detailed comments. Actually, I started working on something similar to what you described in Option B before reading your response.

    Regards.

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    This script creates a meeting template in Evernote using Evernote Markup Language (ENML)

    When run, it shows a list of the user's Notebooks, then asks for both the note title and tags to be assigned to the note. The note goes to the Notebook specified in one of the script variables (i.e. not necessarily the default one). Additionally, it automatically adds a date stamp to the note's title.

    You will need an Evernote token.

    grab it from:

    bit.ly/1bwsB4q

    Enjoy!

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