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  1. You'll also need to put quotes around the $time variable. Or you could get rid of your variable all together: cat << EOB {"items": [ { "title": "$(date "+%H:%M %p")" } ]} EOB
  2. For the site that you're trying to log in, check the entry in 1Password and make sure you have "Submit when enabled" or "Always submit" as the option for "submit."
  3. Yes. Or that much more concise solution
  4. How about this? workflows="$HOME/Dropbox/Alfred.alfredpreferences/workflows" # Path to your workflows find $workflows -type f -exec sh -c 'grep -q "Alfred 2" "$0" && echo "$0"' "{}" \; You can run this in the terminal to return a list of files containing the string "Alfred 2"
  5. I've noticed a few threads on the forum that integrate Alfred with JIRA but wasn't quite able to find one that did everything I was looking for so I decided to try my hand at writing my own (in Node.js). Here are a few of the features: List issues assigned to you List issues that you are "watching" Search JIRA Assign an issue to a user Transition the status of an issue Quickly add a comment to an issue View an issue's priority Watch/Unwatch an issue Open issue in a web browser I'm still in the process of developing the workflow so I haven't yet created an .alfredworkflow file. That said, if you'd like to install and test the workflow for me, instructions can be found on my github page. If you have suggestions/features those are certainly welcome as well.