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piggah last won the day on December 26 2017

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  1. Ive wanted this for a long time, thanks. Does the API work if you want to use your hosted account? Is there a way to specify your username?
  2. YAY! I've been keeping my eye on this for a while waiting for those little bugs to get worked out. Super excited to start using this. Thanks for working on it
  3. I'm not telling you what to do or anything but I bet you'd find the following workflow a good resource with what I think you might be going for here: https://github.com/deanishe/alfred-fuzzyfolders
  4. [2017-12-26 00:44:29][ERROR: input.scriptfilter] Code 1: . 00:44:29 workflow.py:2055 DEBUG ---------- VPN Manager (3.0.1) ---------- 00:44:29 workflow.py:1462 DEBUG reading settings from /Users/nickferguson/Library/Application Support/Alfred 3/Workflow Data/net.deanishe.alfred.vpn.manager/settings.json 00:44:29 workflow.py:2339 DEBUG update check not due 00:44:29 vpn.py:523 DEBUG args : {'--all': False, '--help': False, '<name>': None, '<query>': u'', 'conf': True, 'connect': False, 'disconnect': False, 'list': False} 00:44:29 workflow.py:1689 DEBUG loading cached data: /Users/nickferguson/Library/Caches/com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-3/Workflow Data/net.deanishe.alfred.vpn.manager/__workflow_update_status.cpickle 00:44:29 workflow.py:2269 DEBUG update_data: {u'available': False} 00:44:29 vpn.py:120 DEBUG appinfo=AppInfo(name=u'Tunnelblick', path=u'/Applications/Tunnelblick.app', bundleid=u'net.tunnelblick.tunnelblick') 00:44:29 vpn.py:120 DEBUG appinfo=None 00:44:29 workflow.py:2074 ERROR 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'path' Traceback (most recent call last): File "/Users/nickferguson/Library/Application Support/Alfred 3/Alfred.alfredpreferences/workflows/user.workflow.5272EA93-6E91-458E-8E16-68480B7C094B/workflow/workflow.py", line 2067, in run func(self) File "./vpn.py", line 535, in main return do_config(args.get('<query>')) File "./vpn.py", line 343, in do_config icon=app.info.path, AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'path' 00:44:29 workflow.py:2097 DEBUG ---------- finished in 0.143s ---------- I'm trying to use with tunnelbrick ... I'm not knowledgeable enough to diagnose this.
  5. Nice, I noticed the voting buttons. I will try to start contributing to some of the topics I am knowledgeable of. I think I already found your slack. It's a great jumping off point. Usually the first place you go when you want to learn something new is, of course, Google, maybe wikipedia depending. I would love to see something community-style like this really catch on. To have a literal map to get started in what can be really complex subjects is great. I might be biased because I got hooked on mindnode myself recently. I've been playing with the workflow today and it's really fun just popping in different things that come to mind. edit: im also using your download folder cleaning workflow. i love that one
  6. I had the previous version and just upgraded. This is a cool project. I've followed it a short while. The site used to use like mindnode maps didn't it?
  7. This is really nice. I didn't even know about Jettison until this post. Now I have both!
  8. I was just looking for something like this. WIll try it now. Thanks!
  9. This is really cool and something I never considered for a workflow idea. This is info I'd like to have frequently but usually too lazy or too slow to get to it. Very nice
  10. This is really nice. I think I'm going to switch to it because it allows adding to pinboard. I think I can pretty much replace spillo with this. I only really need to be able to search and add. Don't need the resource overhead of spillo for those basic things.
  11. How do you install a workflow like this? With just .py files?
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