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    List the contents of a directory and act on them. Call the workflow with rdn to sort from the most recently modified, rdo for the reverse; rda to sort from the most recently added, rdz for the reverse. To act on the selections, use the standard Alfred shortcuts. You can activate file actions, dive into directories, preview files, add them to the file buffer — whatever you want to do that is supported by Alfred. ⌥↵ opens the selection in Finder, while ⇧↵ clears the cache for rda and rdz. By default the Workflow looks in ~/Downloads. Change the value in the downloads_dir Workflow Environment Variable to use a different path, relative to your home directory. Download | Source
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    Word Search is an Alfred 2/3 workflow which exposes powerful word searching utilities. Ultimately, the workflow can be leveraged to widen your vocabulary and make you a better writer. Quick Reference syn [word] - Broadly searches for words related to a word/phrase. dsyn [word] - Searches for a word’s exact synonyms. ant [word] - Searches for a word’s antonyms. rhyme [word] - Searches a word’s rhymes. describing [word] - Searches for words that describe another word Usage Simply type in a command. Selecting a result will copy that word to your clipboard and automatically paste it in the front most app. Installation Simply download the latest .alfredworkflow file and double click it to import it to Alfred. Word Search will update on its own. Demonstration Searching for words that describe “dog” This forum doesn't like many images. If you want to see more screenshots, checkout the github page.
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    Could you try this version? I tracked down the issue with the key column going missing, but there are doubtless other issues lurking. Note: This version clears all the cached data and rebuilds them with saner names and contents. It should preserve your settings, but it's hard to say for sure: the workflow saves them in two entirely different places for no apparent reason.
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    I am at least getting this error now, but I'm having a hard job fixing it, as I can't figure out what on earth the code is trying to do. The code is a godawful mess of needless, uncommented complexity, indirection and duplication. It has a copy of the entire Zotero database. Two search indices. And another copy of the entire Zotero database as JSON. Worst of all, there is so much code running at the top level that there are all manner of import-time side-effects that crash it.
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    I only thought about using Script Filter as that was the only place where I found your recommended option of not stripping whitespaces. I've updated the shared workflow file, it works for me quite nice as it is now.
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    @Damoeire it uses Datamuse for all the dictionary stuff. It's an awesome resource.
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    I give up, tbh. I fix one part, and there are three more broken parts underneath. And the "design" is so bizarre and complex, I can't figure out what it's even supposed to do, let alone fix it. None of it makes any sense, from the bad variable names to the utterly alien techniques. There are perhaps a handful of functions and a few hundred lines of code worth keeping. The rest wants throwing in the bin. This needs re-writing from scratch with a sane design and structure. As before, I'm prepared to help, but I don't want this to be "my" workflow. I don't use Zotero, don't know how to use Zotero, and have no need for it. So somebody else will have to take ownership of and responsibility for the workflow. You up for that @lutefish?
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