• NikkiSchwartzVB

    Any idea if editorial has just been abandoned? I reached out to @omz on Twitter with no response. It’s still working fairly well for something that’s last update was 2 years ago (which speaks to how incredible it is), but some of my workflow are broken now and I am not sure its worth the time to try to fix it all, if there isn’t going to be an update at some point. Anyone know?

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    @omz thanks again! It's overall fan friggin tastic. :)

    I'll play with this soon

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    I had a chance to play with it last night. It's fantastic.

    There is a weird character that shows up at the end of the header text, a black box. But it's not a deal breaker.

    Otherwise, it's perfect.

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    I love Workflow... I use it to schedule appointments from contact info, with specific notes and send automatic confirmation emails.

    I wonder if workflow could make editorial interface with PDFEXPERT?

    (Actually the r/workflow is where I found out about Editorial)

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    I'm sure I'm not the first person to think of this... But how awesome would it be if editorial could run as a 3rd party keyboard being able to function in the text sections of other apps, like PDFexpert or Pages. Running workflows and other such amazingness.

    Sigh. That would be incredible.

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    Yes, please! And thank you?

    I had assumed this was a lost cause.

    It'll take me a few days to check this out and implement it.

    I'm planning on trying to simplify some of the workflow I've created on the directory as well... In an effort to contribute to the community, FWIW.

    The workflows I've put together to write this report have worked well. Albeit with some bugs, but that is to be expected.

    Thank you all, again, so much!

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    The best idea I can come up with is to open the file in PDFExpert, where it is added to the client's file and then use a stamp to add their name and DOB to the top of each page. It's cumbersome, but in the last step I have editorial Add that information to the clipboard. So, at least I don't have to type it all in when I create the new stamp.

    The only pdf app that seems to add page numbers is pdfpen. But it doesn't have customized stamps on ios... So it would mean one more step... Getting less and less simple by the minute 😂. I may decide to forgoe (sp?) page numbers until @omz is able to come up with a more efficient solution, if it's possible in some future fantasy world. 😉

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    I noticed this, but thought it needed to be opened in editorial to click the link. That would be useful.

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    Adding page numbers and headers/footers seems to be elusive, after some more digging.

    And I thought this would be the easy part.

    @ccc any ideas?

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    Per usual, I've searched the forum and found ... nothing. 😂

    Anyway to add a header to each page of the PDF output? Ideally this would include the client's name, dob, and the page number of the PDF itself... too much to ask? I'm crossing my fingers. (Both client's name and dob are stored in separate files from earlier workflows in the process)

    I could do this as an outside process in PDFOffice, but automated in editorial would be waaaAaay better.

    TIA!

    I just wondered if I could somehow abuse the footnote for this purpose? I'd prefer it at the top starting on p2... but ya know, beggars can't be choosers,,, so I'd be happy with any kind of fix for this.

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    And soooooooo.....

    Here is a workflow for this step of my process. http://www.editorial-workflows.com/workflow/5771846762889216/xI4LXsctvGg

    The csv is exported from iOS Numbers into editorial. This workflow takes the file contents of that csv (which is default named Blank.csv) and converts it to a mmd table, adds borders in the HTML step. Replaces the csv text with the mmd table... and in the shared workflow outputs to a PDF file. I'll save that step until I'm done with the whole report.

    All python thanks to @ccc , who is effing fantastic.

    💃🏻🕺🏼💥🌟✨💫🍾🥂🎆🎇🎉

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    That did a much better job of creating the table... 2 things... I need grid lines the be throughout the table. It's not very readable without that. I thought about trying to make the table into two numbered lists, so each line could be matched that way. But it would be much easier if it could be matched visually with grid lines or thin lines between each row.

    I also need it to be part of the overall final report in PDF, not a file by itself... I could just take out the last action in the workflow, I think to get the md table, but then I wouldn't be able to set it up to have the borders/grid... any ideas?

    I've finished the first version of this process and am starting to write these reports today. We'll see how it goes.

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    I did find a workaround of sorts... I can copy and paste the table into tablesgenerator.com, which converts nicely, even with all of the potential issues.

    I have one final issue on this front. I need this table to have some kind of visible borders when converted to PDF. Currently the PDF converter shows no borders for mmd tables. Ideas?

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    Here is something simpler:
    Some data here,Some data there,,,,,
    Do something.,Try something else,,,,,
    Do a.,Try something a,,,,,
    Do b.,Try something b,,,,,
    Do c.,Try something c,,,,,
    Do d.,Try something d,,,,,
    Do e.,Try something e,,,,,

    Produces:
    (Even if the 5 commas are shortened first to 1 comma... had to replace some text... got flagged as spam?)

    ''' | Some data here,Some data there, |
    |:----------------------------------|
    | Do something.,Try something else, |
    | Do something.,Try something else, |
    | Do something.,Try something else, |
    | Do something.,Try something else, |
    | Do something.,Try something else, |
    | Do something.,Try something else, |
    | Do something.,Try something else, |
    | Do something.,Try something else, |
    | Do something.,Try something else, |
    | Do something.,Try something else, | '''

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    @ccc Simplifying would be fantastic. I have all of these treatment plans already written up for a variety of diagnoses in word files as tables. So, to simplify, I might as well rewrite them anyways... which I (really) don't want to do. I have about 10-12 treatment plans I use on a regular basis, but 30 or so treatment plans I would need to rewrite to simplify.

    I copy and pasted them into numbers and then exported to CSV.

    I am not sure how to make this work in a simple, not effort intensive fashion.

    Think. Think. Think.

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    That's part of the problem, at least.

    Here is a test version, instead of my spreadsheet of goals... it is more consistent by far... but it still isn't creating a table correctly. :-/

    CLIENT'S SHORT-TERM BEHAVIORAL GOALS,THERAPIST'S INTERVENTIONS,,,,,
    Some goal to accomplish something. Someone's got to do something. Just sayin'.,Try everything and do what works. Because something has got to get better sometime. ,,,,,
    Some goal to accomplish something. Someone's got to do something. Just sayin'.,Try everything and do what works. Because something has got to get better sometime. ,,,,,
    Some goal to accomplish something. Someone's got to do something. Just sayin'.,Try everything and do what works. Because something has got to get better sometime. ,,,,,
    Some goal to accomplish something. Someone's got to do something. Just sayin'.,Try everything and do what works. Because something has got to get better sometime. ,,,,,
    Some goal to accomplish something. Someone's got to do something. Just sayin'.,Try everything and do what works. Because something has got to get better sometime. ,,,,,

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    Someone has, wonderfully, already written a workflow to do this... but I'm not sure how to make it read/parse whathaveyou, this... ?dialect? of csv. http://www.editorial-workflows.com/workflow/5314152700575744/irQIEue3ZJ4

    I'm exporting a spreadsheet from iOS numbers to CSV and then attempting to turn that into a multi markdown table.

    It's not exactly working. I keep thinking I to edit something in the script. I've tried several things, but I get console errors or a table with only one column (these tables need two columns).

    Note: very little knowledge of python...

    Here's a small example of the csv format produced by numbers: (Could this be the problem? The format seems like it might be inconsistent?)

    ,,,,,,"CLIENT'S SHORT-TERM BEHAVIORAL GOALS","
    THERAPIST'S INTERVENTIONS ",,,,,
    "Parents collaborate with therapist in development of a treatment plan, include child in planning, if appropriate.",Establish therapeutic alliance with parents to enhance outcome of treatment.,,,,,
    Help therapist understand child’s development to get a complete picture,Assess problem with parents and record a comprehensive history of the child’s development in order to accurately assess problems.,,,,,
    Help parents become aware of the diagnosis and what to appropriately expect from the child.,Educate parents about the diagnosis,,,,,
    Learn about diagnosis and develop alternative problem solving strategies.,Educate client about the diagnosis and discuss symptomology in order to develop alternate problem solving strategies.,,,,,
    Cooperate in building a genogram to identify familial history and its relationship to ADHD.,Construct a genogram to better understand the family history and its impact on the child.,,,,,
    Improve communication among family members.,Conduct family sessions or refer for family therapy to reduce anger and/or alienation and improve communication skills within the family.,,,,,
    Develop awareness of how parents’ personal theories of ADHD influence their cognition of the problem,Explore parental theories of the problem.,,,,,
    Recognize fears and feelings of negative self-blame related to the problem.,Evaluate parents’ fears and negative feelings of self-blame for the child’s problem.,,,,,
    Parents learn to reach beyond automatic cognitive reactions in viewing the problem.,Expand parental perspective beyond limited cognitive reactions.,,,,,
    Family focus shifts from problem to possible solutions.,"If appropriate, have family imagine a future without the problem and suggest actions that can be taken now to make the future possible.",,,,,
    Parents undergo treatment for underlying problems that may exacerbate child’s condition.,"Explore for underlying problems in parents, (e.g. anxiety, depression) and treat or refer for therapy.",,,,,
    

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    Thanks! That's beautiful!

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  • NikkiSchwartzVB

    Initially, I was trying to use a text view box to get input out as a list. I needed two columns side by side. I wanted to use two text view boxes to in put a list of client's past diagnoses on one side and part treatments for each diagnosis on the other. I don't know how many each client will have, so I wanted to be able to vary it...

    But... I can't seem to get text view to produce output to variables at all. Each time I've tried, I eventually ended up solving the problem a different way.

    This time I set up 5x2 set of text fields instead and put that all into a markdown table. I'm going to find a way to rerun the workflow if I need additional lines, but I'll tackle that later.

    (Side note... Can I make a markdown table have borders once I export it to pdf? It shows light grey borders in preview, but nothing in pdf)

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