Let’s say you want to create an event; just invoke QuickSilver and type “.” (to get to the variable input field) and type an event command (like “event: Finish Graphics”):
Tab to the second panel and select “Torch”. The task is now created in Torch Project Management.
What else can you type?
complete: Event/Task Name
Marks the event or task “Event/Task Name” complete.
time: Note about time:1.5
Creates a time entry for 1.5 hours with a note of "Note about time".
expense: Note about expense:200
Creates an expense entry for $200 with a note of "Note about expense".
Retrieves all relevant time entries and saves the result to your desktop as a CSV.
Retrieves all relevant expenses and saves the result to your desktop as a CSV.
Retrieves all relevant invoices and saves the result to your desktop as a CSV.
Edit: Added March 4th: payments
Retrieves all relevant payments and saves the result to your desktop as a CSV.
Edit: Added March 20th: events
Retrieves all relevant uncompleted and pinned events and saves the result to your desktop as a CSV and TXT.
You can also filter any of the above commands by typing the name of the project you wish to examine. For instance you might type "events Newsletter Graphics" to get just the events in the "Newsletter Graphics" project.
How to Install:
Download this AppleScript and move it into the “Actions” folder within your QuickSilver install (~/Library/Application Support/Quicksilver/Actions). Prior to installing this script you must have TorchCL installed with your path variable set.