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Federico Viticci
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Federico Viticci 39m
Replying to @viticci
More experiments with Reminders and Shortcuts: Given a list with reminders that contain URLs in their note field, a shortcut uses native Reminders actions + a regular expression to filter these links and present them in an alert or Siri voice output.
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Federico Viticci 11h
Replying to @viticci
One of the advantages of Reminders: native integration with Shortcuts. With powerful filtering and Magic Variables, you can query the Reminders database in the background, retrieve tasks, and do whatever you want. No URL schemes. In this example, fetching a subset of tasks.
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Federico Viticci 13h
🎉🎉🎉
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Federico Viticci 14h
Yesssss well done 🎉
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Federico Viticci 15h
So, basically: the logic to split the image in 32 charts is easy, but you have two main issues: converting from PDF and uploading to your server.
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Federico Viticci 15h
The problem is converting the PDF to PNG on iOS while preserving quality. You’ll likely lose quality if you do that conversion in Shortcuts. There may be other apps that do it though.
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Federico Viticci 15h
Replying to @mattcassinelli
yeah just visual clarity and old habits 😅
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Federico Viticci 16h
Replying to @brentacPrime
Yeah direct import is MailChimp’s fault I realized. I have no idea why the website wouldn’t work for you though. Maybe a content blocker? No clue.
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Federico Viticci 16h
Replying to @brentacPrime
try the download link?
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Federico Viticci 16h
Yeah I’m afraid the Shortcuts actions can’t set high DPIs 😔 That said, this is the approach I’d use. Jason’s image appears to be using variable distances between charts (as exposed in the script), so I replicated the setup like this. Fun challenge. This is based on ‘theRows’.
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Federico Viticci 18h
Replying to @mattcassinelli @jsnell
I’m assuming that if it’s a grid and every chart is the same, you could use a repeat block and update the coordinates by summing fixed width/height for each pass of the loop
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Federico Viticci 22h
In today’s issue of Weekly: - My first two advanced shortcuts for and based on Siri 🗣 - on 6 months with the HomePod 🎶 - 20% off for Twitter 💰 - App debuts, Q&A, and more 📱
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Federico Viticci Jul 20
Work Ticci 💻 – Beach Ticci 🏖
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Federico Viticci Jul 19
Replying to @imyke
Oasis live at Wembley 2019 me and you I’m calling it
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Federico Viticci Jul 19
Replying to @DrYobbo
I liked them
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Federico Viticci Jul 19
Having Oasis back would be the only good thing of 2018. (And I would lose my shit for real.)
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Mikah Sargent Jul 19
I am going to miss so very much! I'll never forget how quickly she sprang into action when my iPad was stolen in SF a few years ago. She's so creative, so kind, and so DADGUM COOL! Apple is lucky to get to work with her.
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Federico Viticci Jul 19
Replying to @viticci
Speaking of music utilities, Doppler also does something that Music for iOS can’t – importing actual audio files with an extension. So strange that you still can’t do this on iOS.
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Federico Viticci Jul 19
Replying to @viticci
I wrote about why Record Bird was doing music discovery right last year:
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Federico Viticci Jul 19
Replying to @akosciucha
I’m afraid this isn’t possible
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