Re: todotxt and quicksilver
Alex Weiss <algrs@...
2007-09-10 20:07:03 GMT
quicksilver is run with the default PATH variable, not what you set
in your shell; to set your path for most applications, make a file
called .MacOSX/environment.plist in your home directory. It should
look something like this (do an echo $PATH to see what it is and just
add one extra item for the directory todo.sh is in):
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://
You'll have to log out and log back in to reload it.
You might also like more direct quicksilver integration. First find
and install Growl <http://growl.info/>; it's a great companion to
quicksilver anyway. Then edit the attached applescript (I can't cite
this one; I have no recollection where I found it, only that I do not
think I wrote it myself) and install it in ~/Library/Application
Support/Quicksilver/Actions/ Make sure that the Actions directory is
listed in Catalog/Custom in quicksilver prefs.
Then all you have to do is bring up quicksilver, type todo, use the
process text action and type everything in the third box; responses
from todo.sh will pop up in transient, transparent floating
notifications. Once you've used it once, process text becomes the