After the (sort of) recent episodes featuring Jay Miller and Brett Terpstra (drink), I am giving Bunch another go for contextual workspace management. I love the simple, plain-language syntax of Bunch files and I like being able to just write out a script, rather than having to build a macro in Keyboard Maestro.
That being said, I’m running into an issue that I’m hoping someone here might be able to shed a light on.
My standard GTD Bunch hides all windows, opens a few apps, and rearranges their windows into my preferred pattern with Moom. However, I’ve found that the Bunch is very inconsistent. About 90% of the time, either not all of the apps are opened or, if they are already opened, new windows are not spawned (nor are currently-available windows activated).
Am I doing something wrong? Or, am I misinterpreting the use-case for Bunch? I’m copying the contents of that Bunch file below. I welcome any and all feedback. Thanks in advance!
--- title: GTD Bunch --- # Hide everything @@ # Launch GTD Apps %Google Chrome %Obsidian %Spark %Omnifocus %iTerm %Fantastical # Focus on Obsidian @Obsidian # Wait 1 second. (pause 1) # Tell Moom to arrange windows. * tell application "Moom" to arrange windows according to snapshot "GTD Setup"