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  1. Hi there, This is a really great workflow and I use it every day, however I've recently started keeping all of my VM's on a remote machine on my local network; can you give me some help in being able to use this workflow to control the virtual machines that are not my local computer? My programming skills are really not much, but even a nudge in the right direction of a solution would be a great help! I'm going to see if I can wrap your code inside some AppleScript that will enable it to work on my server at home, no idea if this will work but it's got to be worth a try :-) again,
  2. Hey there, thanks for the contribution; if I get it working it's going to be absolutely invaluable! I have milkmaid up and running perfectly inside the terminal, but I'm getting "Fetching Data" each time I tried to use the workflow; I get the "Fetching Data" message for about three seconds and then Alfred changes and asks if I want to search Google for the term "RTM" I've also downloaded controller.py and each time I try to run it I get the following error: <!DOCTYPE html><html lang="en" xmlns:fb="http://ogp.me/ns/fb#" xml:lang="en" class="" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999
  3. You know, can't believe it didn't occur to me to put a space after the W! Sorry about that, thanks for the help :-) *Sheepish grin*
  4. Hi Andrew, It was this workflow: http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/655-wolframalpha-workflow/?hl=wolfram Another piece of information about this, when I do "W" I get a list of applications that begin with W and the workflow only appears when I pressed the sometimes. But not always.
  5. Hi guys, I was going to post this in the bugs forum, but it's probably not the right place. TL; DR - How do I set Alfred to use a capital letter as a keyword, as Alfred always seems to lowercase any single keyword. The Over Explainy Bit I've been using Alfred since shortly after it came out and because I am quadriplegic using a voice interface to control my computer, Alfred is absolutely essential. He's the best manservant person can have! I tell you that to put this problem in some sort of context, so here goes: When I'm using Alfred I will say "search Alfr
  6. I was working on converting this very same script this morning, so I thought I'd better come and check I wasn't reinventing the wheel. And low and behold I find this post. Excellent work that man, excellent work!
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