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I use curt's populate templates script quite often. But to keep my templates from cluttering things up, I have them set to on hold.

So when I need to start a new work project, my work flow is as follows:

1. Select perspective that switches to the templates.
2. Create and populate the templates.
3. Switch to perspective with on-hold projects
4. Move new project to the folder I keep for work projects
5. Set new project to active status.
6. switch to view of active projects.

What I'd love is a script that would automate steps 4-6. Is there anything out there close to that, even just something that would move the selected project directly to a predefined folder would be helpful.

Or in the alternative, is there anyway to change the status of a project from on hold to active without using the mouse?


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