Posts Tagged “date”

  • Automating dynamic date math in TextExpander

    Here's a TextExpander trick for automating dynamic portions of snippets. It's a way to allow the power of shell scripting inside of regular text snippets, avoiding extra fill-ins or running two snippets. First, a short backstory.…

  • Natural Language Date Service 1.3

    I've updated the natural language date Service again, adding a few things that I'd personally been wishing for.…

  • Natural Language Date Service update

    I received a request to make the Natural Language Date Service work with formats like "+3 5pm" to create a date in 3 days at 5pm. Previously you couldn't add a time to a "+x" format.…

  • Natural Language Date Service update

    I made a small update to the natural language date Service that I put together a while back. I wanted it to handle input formats like "+3" to get a date for 3 days from right now, and to handle adding times to the output if there's a time-like string in the input.…

  • OS X Service for natural language dates

    I knocked out a quick project before I got around to my first App Review, so I figured I'd go ahead and share it...…

  • Taskpaper Date Scripts

    4 quick scripts for TaskPaper users tonight, specifically for handling dates quickly. If you've used my other TaskPaper scripts, you know you can use natural language to set start and due dates, and then convert them with the Expand Dates script. These scripts allow you to assign shortcut keys to increment and decrement start and due dates.…