Want to see your Pagico schedule on your desktop? Try Geektool

The other day I found a pretty interesting thread on MacRumors that discuss how to show cool things on your desktop using Geektool. Here’s a very cool screenshot from the thread:

This reminds me that Pagico is capable of exporting data to Geektool as well! That means you can easily configure it so that you can see all your daily tasks right from your desktop. This is a feature that I personally love, so I’d like to bring it up to you guys as well. Follow this link to see how to do so. For those of you who wants to see it first, here’s a screenshot of how your tasks will look like:


2 Thoughts on “Want to see your Pagico schedule on your desktop? Try Geektool

  1. Sounds good but it doesn’t work for me. The Pagico command line stuff isn’t in /opt/pagico/plugins/ which doesn’t exist. I have found it in /Applications/Pagico/Pagico.app/Contents/Resources/Pagico/plugins/ but running “tasks today=1″ returns the error message “line 1: /opt/pagico/httpd/PHP/bin/php: No such file or directory”. I’m running Lion and the latest release of Pagico for Mac. Any ideas?

  2. Tony,
    Yes I just realized that so much has changed since that particular post, which was posted over a year ago. I’ll post a more up-to-date instruction for Geektool momentarily.
    Sorry for the confusion!

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