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  1. Thank you so much for this workflow. I have been using it for years and it is one of my most used workflows, especially for the ability to switch between any open window with 'w'. While the 'ww' command to search and open specific tabs in Safari still works for me, the switch to an open application window with 'w' seems now broken. Here is my configuration: Mac OSX Mojave: 10.14.2 Latest version of Swift Window Switcher: 0.3.0 I am not sure what makes it not work anymore. There is no specific message popping up in the Alfred debug console. It was working perfectly previously.
  2. Did anyone fix this? It seems that there is a version with a fix for the Google Location API that has been created but no link to download it was provided on Github or here.
  3. It seems that the examples that you have given above only work if you write without capitals: dcalc today + 3w x tuesdays wednesdays fridays
  4. Hi Stuart, I have just updated to OSX 10.14 Mojave, and I now notice that CoreLocationCLI doesn't work anymore (it times out after about 5 seconds.I have reinstalled CoreLocationCLI from scratch too to make sure). This is not an issue with your Alfred Workflow but maybe something to consider and look into. Do you know if this works for you on Mojave? I have logged an issue with CoreLocationCLI. Here is the link on GitHub: https://github.com/fulldecent/corelocationcli/issues/20 Maybe you could also follow up on my issue to help see if a resolution can be found.
  5. Thank you very much for creating such a great workflow. I have found a few things that do not work and how to fix them. The contents of /usr/bin/osascript currently refer to Alfred 2, not Alfred 3: to get the workflow to work with Alfred 3, all instances of: tell application "Alfred 2", need to be replaced with: tell application "Alfred 3" The first /usr/bin/osascript (the one linked to dcalc) has all escapings active. Removing all escapings should allow the workflow to work properly without throwing an error when the output is anything else than just a date. For example if the output of the workflow is "DATE at TIME" or anything else resulting for a calculation that is more than just a date (m MONTHS, w WEEKS, d DAYS, h HOURS) an error will be thrown currently. dcalcset date and time: currently the call to this command doesn't work. The reason is that on line 26 of the file date_time_format_list.py the call to date_time = datetime.datetime.now() should be replaced with date_time = datetime.now() I recommend activating "Automatically paste to frontmost app" in the "Copy to Clipboard" module that is connected to dcalc
  6. The only thing I found is the list of Google GeoLocation codes: https://fusiontables.google.com/DataSource?docid=1PMUKjN14MzsHiDlk5QfpkcpFJCEyEQOU4f6AQFwi#rows:id=1 The gl code seems to be gb (Great Britain) From this I assume the call would look something like: https://www.youtube.com/results?gl=gb&search_query=
  7. Hi Dean, I have tried but couldn't find where the location values are. Do you know where these can be found? I have searched the youtube API and couldn't find them there.
  8. Fantastic work Dean! For youtube configuration, it looks like youtube doesn't have a localisation for UK. I have looked in the whole list and there is no United Kingdom, Great Britain, England or anything of this form. Might be worth to add it?
  9. Fantastic! You are amazing. Thank you so much for the responsiveness. I have starred and added a comment too. This option would be really logical to add and useful.
  10. By the way, would there be scope to include a modifier ‘fly’, which currently doesn’t seem to be in place? Maybe it is different for that one? It is just that google has a symbol for fly options in directions, so I was just wondering about this possibility.
  11. 'dirfh pt work': so if the modifier is put first after the command dirfh (or any command) then everything works. I just tried to type 'dirfw pt' with nothing after and that didn't work (obviously now that I think about it). If I type 'dirfw pt home' then this works. Maybe it would be good to modify the example to 'dirfw pt home' (instead of 'dirfw pt') and insist that the modifier must be given directly after the command to help others not stumble upon the same thing? Thank you for building such an awesome workflow and being so responsive!
  12. Super useful workflow. This feature though is not working for me: All commands now support the following modifiers: walk, bike, drive, pt (public transport). The modifier can be invoked by 'dirX ' e.g. 'dirfw pt ' will give you public transport directions. This also works with 'dir' and multiple waypoints. I have tried it in with 'dirfw pt'. 'dir to to drive', etc. but it seems the modifiers are not recognised.
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