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Dear All,
I'm a geektool and OF fan, but an applescript novice. Can someone point to an applescript that pulls out the next actions from a OF document? I can then put them to a text file and display on the desktop via GeekTool.

Any help would be appreciated.
zsteir
 
You may be able to use or modify this.

Last edited by RobTrew; 2011-07-05 at 07:46 AM..
 
THanks!

zsteir
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You may be able to use or modify this.
 
Or perhaps this, which gives a cleaner listing, includes due dates and postpended names of containing projects, and creates a file on the user desktop.

Last edited by RobTrew; 2011-07-05 at 07:46 AM..
 
Is there a way to only grab active actions? That script grabs actions from projects that are on hold.
 
You can test a Section to see whether its Status property has the value Active.
 
Hi,

Thank you for the script. I modified it and wrote three versions of it.
I just wanted to share them with other OmniFocus users. :)
Attached Files
File Type: zip ListFlagged.scpt.zip (7.1 KB, 395 views)
File Type: zip ListNext.scpt.zip (6.9 KB, 367 views)
File Type: zip ListStartToday.scpt.zip (7.4 KB, 353 views)

Last edited by Zettt; 2009-10-25 at 11:00 AM..
 
Forgive me I have never used apple scripts before, do I just run them or do I need to do something from within the application?

Thanks in advance
 
OK, I have the "ListNext" script working, it generates a text file with my next options, but how do I make it work with GeekTool? I have selected file and shell with that script and it doenst display anything... im a bit lost, any help?
 
Does it work to put this as the command in your GeekTool settings?
Code:
osascript ~/PathToYourScript/YourScriptName.scpt
 
 


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