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Thanks mouser I think I tried it but whenever I do variable substitution it doesn't work. If I write subject it should work. If I get $$s1 and then replace it mailto:[email protected]?subject=$$1&body=p-someday it doesn't work.Everything ends as subject.

I'm using Outlook 2007 as mail client, just in case it's relevant.

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FARR Plugins and Aliases / Alias: Send email to Remember The Milk
« on: April 25, 2010, 08:34 PM »
FarkMilk is without doubt one of most impresive plugins, however I use to conmute so I'm unable to use it offline. I could also send tweets but the offline problem remains. I decided to give aliases a try to customize based upon Core-Internet email functions. I've been able to send some emails but I can't put a body in my messages. I paste my aliases file below:

<?xml version="1.0" ?>
<!-- This file defines aliases for use by the Find and Run Robot program (https://www.donation...r/findrun/index.html). -->
<FarrAliasFile>
    <FileFormatVersion>1</FileFormatVersion>
    <AliasSetDescription>Email to Remember The Milk.</AliasSetDescription>
    <DefaultUserVars>[eRTMPlugin]\n // Email account associated to your Remember The Milk account -- change to your values\n email=YOUR_RTMEMAIL_ACCOUNT\n \n</DefaultUserVars>
 <AliasEntry>
        <AliasText>ertms</AliasText>
        <Score>1000</Score>
        <Regex>^ertms (.*)</Regex>
        <Results>
            <Result>ertms subject=$$1 | mailto:%uservar.eRTMPlugin.email%?subject=$$1%26body=L:p-someday /ICON=icons\farrmilk.ico</Result>
        </Results>
    </AliasEntry>
</FarrAliasFile>

I have a list called p-Someday for personal someday/maybe. I'd like to paste basic template into my email so I can fill it without having to remeber every field (Format for template: http://www.remembert...nding/emailinbox.rtm) I've been struck adding a body to my emails. I've tried using &body or %26body (URL safe enconding) but nontheless it always appears appended to my email subject.

Is there anyway to achieve this? Is this a known problem?  I've not been able to find relevant information in forums. It's my first try so I'm kind of newbie.

Thanks in advance

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I was just wondering if it could be easy to develop a config file for wordpress based sites. At work we use p2 theme for colaboration and it could be so cool to be able to search without opening browser. I've taken a look to sourcecode, but I can't find a way to search both posts and comments in a single search, as information could be in a reply. Using p2 it doesn't seem like a blog anymore, it seems more like twitter, so searching both makes a lot of sense. You can check a sample site here http://p2demo.wordpress.com

I'm getting to addicted to FARR. I was mad looking for Launchy plugins, then found FARR and there is no step back. You, FARR community make it so awesome.

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JGPaiva's GridMove and Ahk Tools / Re: GridMove: Grids Here
« on: September 29, 2008, 12:24 PM »
Oh God, this is awesome. Here is my working satch.grid in case anyone is interested.

I've been using Gridmove using keybindings extensively. I've got a Logitech G11 with 18x3 extra keys. So I bound G6 to maximize window on right hand monitor. G9 to top right monitor, G12 to bottom right. G8 for maximize left, G10 left monitor half left and G11 left monitor half right. Every binding was created using Fast Switching mode using Ctrl+Win+GridNumber. As I couldn't get it working with two digits, moved my hotspots numbers to fit.

Right know is a real time saver, I love it.

Keyboard Layout (keyboard left hand side, near Tab)

                 [G6]|
         [G8]  [G9]| Vertical monitor row
[G10][G11][G12]|
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Horizontal monitor row

Hope you enjoy this grid.
Satch

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JGPaiva's GridMove and Ahk Tools / Re: GridMove: Grids Here
« on: September 21, 2008, 12:21 AM »
First grid here. I tried GridMove and my first thought was: "It doesn't work, WTF!". It seems that Google Chrome handles windows by itself, mimicking vista look and feel using some weird libraries on XP. (note to Joao: It doesn't move them at all, possible bug or exception?)

Anyway as soon as I tried it with my usual soft I felt in love, and of course had to tweak grids. I liked dualscreen, so took a look at grid file... Oh god, no grid file. No gvim to the rescue, let's read some code. No luck.

Anyway, I don't discover such gems everyday so had to try it. My setup is two Dell 20" widescreens, one horizontal in front, one vertical on right hand side. Excogitation grid seemed so cool but needed to change it so I get split 1/2 on vertical monitor  and a couple of maximize edges for my lovely 1050x1680 Word. I tried hard but I'm unable to fix a weird issue.

In my grid file I defined 26 groups. Gridmove parses it ok, but only displays 24. I have no clue about what's going on. Group 15 and 16 are not displayed, and triggers move to next defined group. I labeled them pesty top left 1/2, pesky bottom left 1/2. Grid is usable right now, and those groups wouldn't not be used so often by me so I decided to contribute with my file. Can anyone detect why does it jump some groups?

Thank you all, I've learned so much reading your contributions!

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