Unfortunately, the lack of a Drafts app for OS X forced me to resort to Apple Script to achieve the same kind of functionality, but the deal was (partially) sweetened by the new features introduced in Keyboard Maestro 6.0, released back in May.
As on the i Phone and i Pad, I want to be able to take the current tab in my web browser of choice (Google Chrome) and append it (alongside a date) to the bottom of the “Stuff To Check Out” Evernote note with the following format: Date Webpage name Webpage URL As you can see, after appending text to an existing note, I want to use two linebreaks to separate the three pieces of data that I want to save.
When numeric fields abut one another directly, with no intervening delimiter characters, they constitute a run of abutting numeric fields. For example, the format "HHmmss" parses the input text "123456" to , parses the input text "12345" to , and fails to parse "1234".
In other words, the leftmost field of the run is flexible, while the others keep a fixed width.
Outside of this range, relative dates are formatted using the corresponding non-relative style (SHORT, MEDIUM, etc.).The formats include almost all of the most common ones.Create a date-time formatter using the following methods rather than constructing an instance of Simple Date Format.The Date Format interface in ICU enables you to format a Date in milliseconds into a string representation of the date.It also parses the string back to the internal Date representation in milliseconds.
I often come across webpages and interesting links that I can’t check out right away, but that I also don’t want to send to Instapaper, Pinboard, or my Omni Focus inbox.