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  1. @deanishe I'll say it again - `alfred-link` just doesn't work when running with sudo as it can't find the .plist for some reason, she did run `npm i -g` without sudo indeed but had npm misconfigured so that it was requiring root to install packages globally - hence the issue. I apologize if I sounded like I was attacking you @deanishe - I don't mean to fight or anything, I'm just trying to clear any confusions 😄
  2. @Gavzel No, you never installed in `root`, don't worry about that - it's just the workflow.
  3. @Gavzel You've installed it correctly, nice! Without seeing the stack trace I'm guessing the issue is the same as with almost everybody else also experiencing problems - Google blocking the translate requests for. The workflow might work for you on a different internet connection, for now I'm afraid there's nothing we can do. Sorry for the trouble.
  4. @Gavzel Oh my bad, try this instead and then run the install command in a new window: curl -sSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/glenpike/npm-g_nosudo/87277d2d2abe4acf3c29488d7ebcc5994b979596/npm-g-nosudo.sh | sh
  5. @deanishe alfred-link doesn't work when running as root, please stop spreading misinformation @Gavzel Try running this command wget -O- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/glenpike/npm-g_nosudo/87277d2d2abe4acf3c29488d7ebcc5994b979596/npm-g-nosudo.sh | sh and then open a new terminal session, `npm i -g alfred-polyglot` should for fine then.
  6. @mikeylu You should be running the install command without sudo, so just like in the instructions: $ npm i -g alfred-polyglot If you get errors follow this https://github.com/sindresorhus/guides/blob/master/npm-global-without-sudo.md. If that's too hard there is a link to an old-ish build of the workflow that you can just install using double click in the first post (I don't provide support for that method though). Good luck!
  7. @mikeylu I can't see what could be wrong from the log you've posted, is that the whole output?
  8. @Xusqui Google really must not like your ip then hahah. I'm glad you found something that works for you though 😄
  9. Hey again @Xusqui, Pushed yet another version with a potential fix for the 403 error as described here, mind trying that one out? $ npm rm -g alfred-polyglot $ npm i -g nikersify/alfred-polyglot#client-gtk Hope the workflow likes your computer this time 😄
  10. @Xusqui I've pushed a version of the workflow that should throw a more verbose error, I'm not really confident that it will help but it's always something. You can install it by running the following commands: $ npm rm -g alfred-polyglot $ npm i -g nikersify/alfred-polyglot#verbose-errors Looking forward for your report, thanks in advance!
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