Version 138 of Hook integration’s scripts is now available with renewed support for Apple Notes in macOS 10.14 (Mojave) and macOS 11 (Big Sur), and partial support for macOS 10.15 (Mojave) Notes.
“Old time” Hook users will recall that macOS 10.15 (Catalina) introduced bugs in its Notes automation that caused CogSci Apps to pull its official support for Apple Notes (though we provided alternative scripts for those who trusted that Apple would fix the bugs.) Well, Apple has fixed those bugs in Big Sur.
Hook now uses the timestamp of a note as an ID for the note. This is based on Artem Chistyakov’s solution, which he published in Github macos-automation/src/notes at master · temochka/macos-automation
Hook’s new integration with Apple Notes introduces a new sub-scheme,
For more information, please see Using Hook with Apple Notes – Hook.
Thanks to Artëm Chistyakov for his solution published in Github macos-automation/src/notes at master · temochka/macos-automation. Artëm’s Twitter handle is Artëm Chistyakov (@artemchistyakov) / Twitter.
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How to get the updated integration
Hook’s automatic software update (if enabled) automatically updates Hook’s integration scripts without you needing to relaunch Hook. Using Hook’s
Check for App Updates and Update Scripts command also updates the scripts, without you needing to relaunch Hook.
We also bundle Hook’s integration scripts with the Hook installer itself, of course. But Hook’s app updates are less frequent than the pure integration updates. We will soon release a version of Hook that includes bug fixes and the latest integrations (including with Obsidian, coming next). (Soon after that we will roll out some new features.)