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I saw a tip (hack) recently (I think it was the latest issue of Macworld) where you could work some terminal magic and turn on data detectors for ichat like you have in mail. Is something like this possible for Omnifocus and, if so, what is the command in terminal to implement this? Could data detector be included in the next version of Omnifocus?

Here's my thinking: It would be great to be able to be working in Omnifocus, see that a task needs to be done at or by a certain time or certain date, and immediately create an ical event for it, per GTD canon that says that those things go on your calendar.

Thanks in advance for your help.

I recently requested some kind of integration like this, especially for the location aware iPhone app. For example, I want to be able to select a list of places on a web page, send that to an OmniFocus task, and have the iPhone app use them as context for the task and tell me when I'm near any of them. People too.

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