DONSA

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  1. It's working again after update macOS Sierra to the latest version (10.12.3).
  2. Good tip. The icon is not the same and the there is no cool transition, but I can live with that 😜 Thanks!
  3. It probably affects only users with the active "Allow your Apple Watch to unlock your Mac" feature. It's sad that it will get removed, it's a great feature.
  4. Any news about this issue? The problem is still there in version 3.2.1.
  5. Hi, It seems to be a problem with the new MacOS Sierra when I have set the option to unlock computer with Apple Watch. When I use Alfred option to lock the screen, it kills the current session and all the apps (like a reboot). Thanks
  6. True, it works. I will include it in every script. Yes, the workflow it's really cool, I use it all the time. Next version will also include the movie posters and Trakt.tv integration. Thanks for your help.
  7. Because of this wordflow I've created. I'm now using ImageMagick to resize the movie posters to include them as a thumbnail image in results. The problem is that I get the "ImageMagick Not Found EasyImage requires ImageMagick to work." message if I don't specify my custom shell.
  8. The performance is good, I just wanted a way to make it optional for those that use a custom command line shell.
  9. Yes, my mistake. I will source it every time then.
  10. Hi, I want to set a custom bash (source "${HOME}/.zshrc") when running all the scripts in my workflow. There's any elegant way of doing this or I have to set it on the first line of each script?
  11. I've included the link now. The node dependencies are in package.json but you don't need it if you install the workflow directly. Now you can in version 2.0.
  12. Iris A workflow for Alfred 3.0 that allows you to quick search for a movie or subtitles. The workflow script was built with Node.js and, believe it or not, you need to install it on your machine in order to run it. How to use it Movies The shortcut to search for a movie is: ⇧ + ⌘ + i. Alternatively you can use the keyword: iris. The alt key allows you to search for subtitles by selected IMDB id. Subtitles The shortcut to search for subtitles is: ⇧ + ⌘ + o. Alternatively you can use the keyword: os. You can also search for subtitles by providing the file path. It will calculate the hash automatically and suggest subtitles for the same release. Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/iris Github: https://github.com/DONSA/iris-alfred-workflow