I was experimenting with Simplify in QGIS the other day and I wanted to get an idea of how many vertices were being removed from my geometries when I adjusted the Simplify settings.
I made a RandomNote for Joplin button for macOS. You can find the bash, python and AppleScript concoction here.
Apologies to non-macOS Joplin users, I have not made any other verions of this.
But if you like sticking things together, the bash and python elements could be of use to you…
What’s RandomNote? #
I discovered the concept of “RandomNote” via Tiago Forte’s PARA series. To describe it at surface level: he created a button that opens a random note from his Evernote notes.
The purpose of such a button is to aid in serendipitous rediscovery of your old notes. That’s not going much deeper, to be honest. To see what inspired me into action I encourage you to read Tiago’s post about it. He has a way with words which I do not.
The rest of this post is an extension of the “API / Automation Friendly” criteria from my OneNote vs Joplin blog post.
Seeing an error when trying to Export Archive for one of your Rundeck projects?
Project export request failed: Could not create temp file for archive: No such file or directory
You might be missing your Rundeck “temp directory” which has a straightforward fix…