The following script lets you add a Google Map to your Fargo noteblog.
With your cursor on the date headline, choose the script, and enter the following in the dialog box, in this order: Latitude, Longitude, and mapType (each separated by commas). If Latitude is South or Longitude is West, precede the value with a minus sign. The mapTypes are roadmap, satellite, hybrid, and terrain. For example: "41.0967,-73.5522,hybrid" is what I'm using for this post.
Although the attribute mapZoom is supported in Fargo, I am not including it in this script.
I don't check for errors in entry, so if there are problems, please check the instructions first. If you are still getting errors, please contact me.
Disclaimer: Dave Winer has not even written up documentation for this feature, so use "as is."
Here is the OPML for the script.
When you launch the action, you're presented with a choice between Timers or Logbook:
Then, depending on your choice, you're presented with a list of queries:
(Obviously, you will have to adapt for your own use. Yolanda cuts my hair.)
After you choose the query, Due opens with the search already completed. You can then start a timer or recycle an old reminder.
Here is the full string:
Here I will URL-decode the first list item (between
Timers= and the
The second list (the queries) is written as you would ordinarily compose a list in LCP. The important thing to note is that, since the Due URL scheme is not included in those brackets, it has to be URL-encoded after the
Inspired by this post by Phillip Gruneich, I have written the following iOS bookmarklet. If you are browsing a blog on Tumblr in a web browser, the bookmarklet will open that blog into the Tumblr for iOS app.