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jeffsui last won the day on December 22 2016

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  1. I’m including lxmx and beautiful soup and a bunch of other stuff. Happy to look into dep mgt. also don’t think I need quarantine any more. Left over from a few years back. I’ve just patched the workflow from time to time to keep it running.
  2. Github Repo: https://github.com/jeeftor/EmojiTaco I'm the author and its my work. Forum Thread: https://www.alfredforum.com/topic/9499-emoji-taco-downloads-emoji-from-unicodeorg/ Dependencies: (embedded in the code - although I'd love it if there is a way in gallery eventually to have just a requirements.txt and let Alfred create a virtual environment) Picture (Maybe the 2nd is better)
  3. I can't take a good 5-10 mins for everything to process...
  4. I had a symlink issue Its been fixed now!! https://github.com/jeeftor/EmojiTaco/releases
  5. I have a beta release for Python3 Support out https://github.com/jeeftor/EmojiTaco/releases/tag/v2.0.0-beta-1 (Looking for testers!)
  6. Me neither! (but then again thats why I wrote it). The only thing I wish I had was a better way to search for emoji - as unicode.org doesn't really listen the aliases out there.
  7. I've just upgraded to OSX Mojave and a brand new MacBook (at work). I have a workflow that enables and disables various proxy settings via some bash commands. The old scrip that was called in the workflow is: sudo networksetup -setwebproxystate Wi-Fi on sudo networksetup -setsecurewebproxystate Wi-Fi on sudo networksetup -setautoproxystate Wi-Fi On sudo networksetup -setautoproxyurl Wi-Fi {query} sudo networksetup -setsecurewebproxy Wi-Fi $proxy_server 80 sudo networksetup -setwebproxy Wi-Fi $proxy_server 80 Suddenly inside Mojave I'm now getting this error: I've switched my code over to this which now prompts me for a password every time (which is fine with Touch ID) do shell script "sudo networksetup -setwebproxystate Wi-Fi on sudo networksetup -setsecurewebproxystate Wi-Fi on sudo networksetup -setautoproxystate Wi-Fi On sudo networksetup -setautoproxyurl Wi-Fi {query} sudo networksetup -setsecurewebproxy Wi-Fi $proxy_server 80 sudo networksetup -setwebproxy Wi-Fi $proxy_server 80 " with administrator privileges But where I'm confused is as to whether this is a new behavior in Mojave I enabled password-less sudo in the past. If I remember on my old Mac when I ran this workflow the first time I got a password prompt from keychain that asked if I wanted to always allow. Any ideas the correct way to setup this up so it will continue to do so on Mojave land. I'd rather not have to do finger stuff every time I make a change. Thanks.
  8. I've whipped up a little workflow which will allow you to send TTS (Text to Speech) phrases to various Sonos devices (assuming you have more than one). I primarily use it to send messages to my kids room telling him to clean up. Directions are available at the GitHub Repo. The plugin works by using lame and say to generate an .mp3 file (called tts.mp3) which is stored somewhere on a sonos accessible path (such as //imac/share). Once the file is generated the plugin utilizes SoCo (a python lib) to tell sonos to play the mp3 file. You can get the latest release at : https://github.com/jeeftor/AlfredSonosTTS/releases I've only tested it with my setup Play1,Play3,Amp and it works on all these devices.
  9. This seems VERY similar to my workflow: https://github.com/jeeftor/alfredAirports Feel free to check it out - may or may not have more features - such as runway configurations and frequencies.
  10. Try the latest release from here: https://github.com/jeeftor/EmojiTaco/releases. I just downloaded to a new machine and it appears to be working correctly. ?️ ?️ ?️ ?️
  11. Is there a way to mask typed input - say for example the user was entering a password into a workflow?
  12. That about covers it -> I was about to respond But looks like i was too late.
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