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  1. The clock starts ticking after you sign up for Google's cloud platform, not when you create an API key. This being said, try the following: 1. Try to access the API via your web browser: https://translation.googleapis.com/language/translate/v2?key=YOUR_API_KEY_HERE&source=en&target=es&q=cow If you still get a 403 error, it's def. a problem with your key. 2. Make sure you've the translation API enabled https://support.google.com/cloud/answer/6158841?hl=en
  2. Correct, Google requires a credit card on file after the initial 3 month trial period. As @deanishe pointed out, it's very cheap - 2 cents per 1,000 characters to use the API.
  3. Thanks, we are enjoying it AFAIK the Msft translator API https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/translator/getstarted.aspx will not be affected.
  4. I am sorry but I won't be able to create a guide in the next 6 months as I am traveling South America with very sporadic access to internet and no laptop. @deanishe: thanks for answering mate!
  5. Sorry, you Google requires you to have an API key. Please check out the updated workflow, as it now works with Microsoft Translate a well. Thanks,
  6. Hi, happy to share yet another translation workflow. The existing ones I found didn't have support for some languages that I needed, so here we go https://github.com/rustycamper/alfred-translate-workflow/releases/latest Translate from/to your favorite language using Google or Microsoft Translate. Usage: * `tr` <query>: translate query. * `tr-setapi` <API>: select Google or Microsoft Translate service. * `tr-setkey` <API key>: set your API key. * `tr-setlang` <language>: set target language (language to translate to). Note: You won't need to set a source (from) language. Both Google and Microsoft are pretty good at guessing the origin language. Features: * Simple: setup once and just use it. * Secure: keys are stored in Mac's native Keychain tool. * Fast: repeat queries are cached for speed. Keyboard Shortcuts: * Enter: copy translation to clipboard. * Command + C: copy translation to clipboard. * Command + Y: show quick preview on the respective translation web site. * Command + L: show translated text in large font. Requirements: The first time you run the workflow, it will prompt you to enter your API key for Google or Microsoft. * Instructions on how to get a Google API key: https://cloud.google.com/translate/docs/getting-started#set_up_your_project * Instructions on how to get a Microsoft API key: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/translator/getstarted.aspx Flag Icons by GoSquared (http://www.gosquared.com/) Uses Alfred-Workflow library https://github.com/deanishe/alfred-workflow/
  7. Hi @Benjamski, Here https://www.dropbox.com/s/tu8detakhi3hsbo/eggtimer_v2.0_Alfred3_compatible.alfred3workflow?dl=1 is the original workflow with all paths updated to work with Alfred 3. Enjoy.
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