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kennedyma 2011-06-16 12:24 PM

Complete and Await Reply Script - Pushes Start Date 2 Days
 
Thought I would share a helpful tweak I made to the amazing script that Curt Clifton wrote.
All I did was have it set the start date out two days from today. I use start dates for everything and found this very helpful.

[CODE](*
This script marks the selected actions as complete and creates new actions in a "Waiting For" context to track replies.

version 0.1, by Curt Clifton

Copyright 2007-2008, Curtis Clifton

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version 0.1: Original release
*)

(*
This string is matched against your contexts to find a context in which to place the new "waiting-for" action. The matching is the same as in the context column in OmniFocus, so you don't need the entire contexxt name, just a unique fragment.
*)
property waitingForContext : "wait"

(*
This string is used as a prefix on the original item title when creating the "waiting-for" action.
*)
property waitingPrefix : "Reply on: "

(*
This string is used in the Growl notification if multiple items are processed. For single items, we use the actual item title.
*)
property multipleItemsCompleted : "Multiple Items"

(*
The following properties are used for script notification via Growl.
*)
property growlAppName : "Curt's Scripts"
property scriptStartNotification : "Script Began"
property scriptFinishNotification : "Script Completed"
property defaultNotifications : {scriptFinishNotification}
property allNotifications : defaultNotifications & {scriptStartNotification}
property iconLoaningApplication : "OmniFocus.app"

set itemTitle to missing value
tell application "OmniFocus"
tell front document
-- Gets target context
set theContextID to id of item 1 of (complete waitingForContext as context)
set theWaitingForContext to first context whose id is theContextID
tell content of document window 1 -- (first document window whose index is 1)
set theSelectedItems to value of every selected tree
if ((count of theSelectedItems) < 1) then
display alert "You must first select an item to complete." as warning
return
end if
repeat with anItem in theSelectedItems
set itemTitle to name of anItem
set theDupe to duplicate anItem to after anItem
set completed of anItem to true

-- Configure the duplicate item
set oldName to name of theDupe
set name of theDupe to waitingPrefix & oldName
set context of theDupe to theWaitingForContext
set repetition of theDupe to missing value
set start date of theDupe to (current date) + (2 * days)
end repeat
if (count of theSelectedItems) > 1 then
set itemTitle to multipleItemsCompleted
end if
end tell
end tell
end tell
if itemTitle is not missing value then
my notify("Completed and Awaiting Reply", itemTitle, scriptFinishNotification)
end if

(*
Uses Growl to display a notification message.
theTitle a string giving the notification title
theDescription a string describing the notification event
theNotificationKind a string giving the notification kind (must be an element of allNotifications)
*)
on notify(theTitle, theDescription, theNotificationKind)
tell application "GrowlHelperApp"
register as application growlAppName all notifications allNotifications default notifications defaultNotifications icon of application iconLoaningApplication
notify with name theNotificationKind title theTitle application name growlAppName description theDescription
end tell
end notify[/CODE]

RobTrew 2011-06-16 01:46 PM

FWIW you can get a script of this kind to ensure that the wait context exists by doing something along the lines of:

[CODE]property pstrWaitContext : "Wait"
property pstrPrefix : "Reply on:"

tell application id "OFOC"
tell front document
try
set oWaitContext to first flattened context where name = pstrWaitContext
on error
set oWaitContext to (make new context with properties {name:pstrWaitContext})
end try

tell content of front document window
set dteNew to (current date) + (2 * days)
repeat with oSeln in (value of selected trees) as list
duplicate oSeln to after oSeln with properties {name:pstrPrefix & name of oSeln, context:oWaitContext, start date:dteNew, repetition:missing value}
set completed of oSeln to true
end repeat
end tell
end tell
end tell[/CODE]

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Greg Jones 2011-06-17 12:57 AM

[quote]FWIW you can get a script of this kind to ensure that the wait context exists by doing something along the lines of...[/quote]
Wow, that condenses down the bulk of the original script-nice!


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