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It would be great to see Chrome support...particularly within the ctrl-click context menu, just like in Safari.
 
Are you referring to Clipping? Unfortunately, Chrome doesn't currently take advantage of Apple's Services technology which we use for our Clipping plug-in. If/when they do, it should function as it does in Safari.

In the mean time, you might try highlighting the url in the address bar and then invoking your Clipping shortcut which *should* work.

Hope that helps!
 
Is there any possibility of an OmniFocus Chrome extension at any point in the future? I would love to see it!

Thank you for the prompt response.
 
I believe the Send to OmniFocus bookmarklet should work just fine in Chrome if you add it to the bookmarks bar. Does that help?
 
That helps, thanks. However, I would find it much more useful if I could highlight some text on a web page (including within gmail), right click, and then "OmniFocus: send to inbox" the way it appears possible to do in Safari.
 
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That helps, thanks. However, I would find it much more useful if I could highlight some text on a web page (including within gmail), right click, and then "OmniFocus: send to inbox" the way it appears possible to do in Safari.
One of the Chrome developers just announced that the clipping service now works with the latest Chrome beta.

http://twitter.com/#!/mikepinkerton/...89505947435008
 
Hi all, first time poster here, just setting up my OF workflow.

One thing I've noticed - using the latest version of Google Chrome on Snow Leopard, if I want to clip some text from a webpage and add it to my OF inbox using the services menu/keyboard shortcut the URL is not copied over into the notes (as I believe is the case with Safari). Is this normal behaviour for Chrome? Not a massive issue as I have installed the OF bookmarklet and could copy over the URL that way.

cheers

Jools
 
Check this thread for more info. Hope this helps!
 
Is it just me, or does that link go right back to this thread?

Anyhoo, posted an Applescript here, which does pretty much the same thing as the clipper.
 
What likely happened, iNik, is that two threads were later combined into one. I try to explicitly mention when I do that now to avoid that confusion; this one was probably combined before I'd acquired that habit. :-)
 
 


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