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  1. Hey folks, I've just released a second beta with improved syncing: https://github.com/fniephaus/alfred-pocket/releases/tag/v3.0-beta.2 It'd be great if someone could test it and give some feedback!
  2. No, automatic updates work just fine! It's bad practice to just assume that a requirement is installed.
  3. Hey guys, I'm really sorry about that! And it really is bad practice! I should've thought about this when I decided to make the workflow public. Version 2.4 now checks if brew & cask are installed and should resolve issues with brew uninstall/list as mentioned by ired: https://github.com/fniephaus/alfred-homebrew/releases/tag/v2.4
  4. Hi smarg19, that's pretty weird and I can't reproduce the problem. You're supposed to be able to see all casks available when using search, home and install. And you should only see all installed casks when using list and uninstall.
  5. Thanks for reporting this! I just pushed v2.1 which should resolve the problem. This is what happens if you delete a .py file but not the compiled .pyc file...my bad!
  6. I honestly don't know. Is there even a way to adjust the brightness of an external display?
  7. Labels if set are listed after the date in the subtitle. Searches like pocket #youtag should work just fine. There also seems to be an issue with fetching the latest links if the cache is invalid. I still need to figure out what's going wrong there...
  8. Hi folks, so I just released v3.0-beta.1 with label support and it can now handle lists with more than 5000 links: https://github.com/fniephaus/alfred-pocket/releases/tag/v3.0-beta.1 Since the workflow now uses delta syncing, it'd be great if you guys could give me some feedback!
  9. Hi folks, for those of you who have problems with cyrillic symbols or were waiting for cask support, here's v2.0 beta: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/3720321/Homebrew-for-Alfred.alfredworkflow Let me know if you run into any problems!
  10. I've been waiting for alfred-workflow to fix some bugs. I'll update this workflow in the next week!
  11. Hi folks, Yesterday, Y Combinator finally announced an official Hacker News API (http://blog.ycombinator.com/hacker-news-api). This workflow uses this new API and lets you easily access the latest news with Alfred. Feel free to give some feedback! Github: https://github.com/fniephaus/alfred-hackernews Download-Link: https://github.com/fniephaus/alfred-hackernews/releases/latest
  12. What have you typed into Alfred? Line numbers?
  13. I currently don't have much time to work on the workflow, but I will add label support as soon as I can. Stay tuned! PS.: the updater issues should be resolved in version 2.7!
  14. When you duplicate the workflow, make sure you change the Bundle ID to something other than com.fniephaus.gmail. That should solve your first problem. Re your 2nd question: looks like your LaunchServices are misconfigured. Maybe google the problem or you might want to try a tool like this: http://www.rubicode.com/Software/RCDefaultApp/ (haven't used it myself) Hope this helps!
  15. Can you provide more information on this? In which line is the workflow failing? I assume you're working with the beta version?
  16. Thanks for your feedback. 1) Can you open any website on Chrome and then execute the following in your terminal osascript -e 'tell application "Google Chrome" to return URL of active tab of front window' It's exactly the same piece of code that the workflow uses to determine the URL of the current website you're visiting. 2) Sorry about that, the updater should soon provide you with an update that fixes the issue. 3) The error message is not really an error. It shows the debug output of the background process fetching your latest links! I found a bug with very large (+5000) link lists and I'll soon push an update to resolve this!
  17. Yes that's right...it wouldn't know what to do with update_config={..} Haven't done anything else to it!
  18. Don't do it, katyarun! This workflow is using a custom alfred-workflow version. The official version does not include the updater yet and will also break the workflow. I will fix everything soon...let's just wait for more bug reports
  19. Hey guys, So I've been working on version 1.0...and here's a first beta version: https://www.dropbox.com/s/h63h67ctjv4kz6h/Gmail-Client-for-Alfred.alfredworkflow?dl=0 Since the workflow can't delete your emails forever, there shouldn't be much to worry about. Feel free to give it a go and give some feedback!
  20. Thanks! Glad the update mechanism works as well! If you have more ideas how to improve it, let me know!
  21. Yes, once the workflow can't find a given path, it'll automatically start a search request. So you should be able to do something like this: db 123456 <search query> I might need to change this behavior in the next release, but I'm not sure yet...
  22. I've never heard of 'assetup' and it's not one of this workflow's commands. Try this: db auth <YOUR ACCESS TOKEN>
  23. @mbac: when you start the workflow, it'll ask you to generate an access token. Hit enter and you'll be forwarded to Dropbox.com. Once you've generated a token, copy it and open the workflow again and enter the token to authorize the workflow. Then it should work just fine. @Davide: I thought about it, but I personally have no use-case for this. That doesn't mean that I'm not going to add this feature soon though I'll push an update with a few improvements soon! Stay tuned!
  24. Unfortunately, Pocket's API documentation hasn't been touched since November 7, 2012. But I've changed the sorting once more. You should be able to update the workflow by typing in the following command: pocket workflow:update
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