Creating meaningful, long #hastags can be a pain in the butt.
There you are, writing up a witty tweet or making that perfect caption for your instagram pic and you realize that you have a fantastic idea for a hash tag that is more of a sentence than a single word.
You proceed to write it out and unleash your masterpiece to the world and just as you hit the submit button you notice that you have a typo, or the wrong spelling of a word and #ohcrap you need to delete and retweet!
That lead me to write a Drafts Action to take care of that.
I’ll leave others to write about the virtues of Drafts, but it’s fantastic.
var contents = draft.content;
var newContents = "#";
editor.setText(newContents+contents.replace(/ /g, "").toLowerCase());
Super simple, but holy crap does it help!
One of the people I follow online, Federico Viticci, is an iOS power user, although I would argue that phrase doesn’t really do him justice. He can make the iPad do things that many people can’t get Macs to do.
Recently he posted an article on a new font he is using in Ulysses and I wanted to give it a try. The article says:
Installing custsom fonts in Ulysses for iOS is easy: go to the GitHub page, download each one, and open them in Ulysses (with the share sheet) to install them.
Simple enough, but it wasn’t clicking for me. I kept thinking I had done something wrong. So I thought I’d write up the steps I used so I wouldn’t forget the next time I need to add a new font.
Downloading the Font
- Download the font to somewhere you can get it. I chose to save it to iCloud and use the
- Hit Select in the
Open in Ulysses
- The custom font is now installed and being used.
Checking the Font:
- Click the ‘A’ in the writing screen (this is the font selector) located in the upper right hand corner of Ulysses
- Notice that the Current font indicates it’s a custom font (in This case iA Writer Duospace:
Not that hard, but there’s no feedback telling you that you have been successful so I wasn’t sure if I had done it or not.