[MlMt] Due app

Pedro Lobo pedro at plobo.net
Mon Feb 2 13:37:59 EST 2015

Hey Benny,

The Due bundle is not working unfortunately. While it opens Due, it’s 
empty (no Subject or message link).

For what it’s worth, the same x-callback-url parameters available for 
iOS also work on OS X.


On 2 Feb 2015, at 10:12, Benny Kjær Nielsen wrote:

> On 1 Feb 2015, at 21:28, Miklos Koppan wrote:
>> Does anyone know if there is any workflow to add a reminder to Due 
>> app from MailMate?
> Not as far as I know. MailMate uses so-called bundles to integrate 
> with other applications. In the [64 bit test 
> builds](http://blog.freron.com/2014/mailmate-64-bit-beta/) such 
> bundles are enabled in the Bundles preferences pane, but nothing 
> exists for the Due app.
> As far as [I can 
> see](http://www.dueapp.com/support/osx/setting-up-reminders-with-launchbar.html), 
> Due supports a simple URL scheme which can be tested like this:
> 	open "due:///add?title=This%20is%20a%20test"
> (I cannot try it out since there is no trial version of Due.)
> At least on iOS there is also support for date related parameters, but 
> I cannot find whether or not it works for the Mac. The main question 
> is how dates are best handled since I assume you would expect MailMate 
> to somehow set a default date for the reminder based on the content of 
> (or selection in) the message.
> Well, I created a simple bundle for Due which should appear in the 
> Bundles preferences pane within a few hours. This require the 64 bit 
> build mentioned above. It's untested and may not work at all, but it's 
> a start.
> Off topic: For those of you that haven't noticed, a BBEdit bundle is 
> also available now.
> -- 
> Benny
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