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  1. #21  
    making it into an app is overkill... if you have terminal, just leave the shell script in the default directory (I called mine ga for get attachments). I run terminal, and type "ga" then hit enter and close terminal. hardly a boatload of keystrokes...

    I also added pReader so I could look at local htm and html files...
  2. #22  
    I'm wondering if a patch couldn't be made to add a dropdown to clicking on an attachent. It could have two options, open and save file. Save file could simply copy it to your downloads folder.
  3.    #23  
    Quote Originally Posted by mtiberio View Post
    making it into an app is overkill... if you have terminal, just leave the shell script in the default directory (I called mine ga for get attachments). I run terminal, and type "ga" then hit enter and close terminal. hardly a boatload of keystrokes...

    I also added pReader so I could look at local htm and html files...
    I agree, terminal is easy enough to run it, and then using internals I can go open and it and take care of what I need to do with it
  4. #24  
    As an example for those not familiar with programming (on webOS).
    It took 7 full days to convert my calibration shell script for the battery into Dr.Battery.
    Maybe less if you already have done such app (was my first webOS app).
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