[tomboy-list] Opening arbitrary notes with a command/key combination on OSX
mmazur at gmail.com
Wed Aug 11 17:25:29 PDT 2010
I've been happily using Tomboy on Linux, and have a script bound to a
keypress which opens some set of the notes for me using the dbus
interface. I'm trying to get the same functionality working on OSX.
On IRC I learned I can pass a note to the Tomboy executable as follows:
$ mono /Applications/Tomboy.app/Contents/MacOS/Tomboy.exe
--open-note "Note Name"
Which achieves the desired effect if Tomboy is running.
So my question: is there a better way to open some set of notes
quickly? I hope to bind some key combination to that action. For bonus
points, I'd also like another command/key combo to hide those same
Also I can't figure out how to switch between multiple open Tomboy
notes using the keyboard. The traditional Command-` doesn't work. Am I
missing something or is that to be implemented?
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