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  1. @Xusqui Google really must not like your ip then hahah. I'm glad you found something that works for you though 😄
  2. 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 😄
  3. @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!
  4. @Xusqui npm shouldn't be run with sudo, try running the same command without sudo. In case of EACCESS errors see this guide https://docs.npmjs.com/resolving-eacces-permissions-errors-when-installing-packages-globally
  5. Mind sending the error log @Xusqui?
  6. @Xusqui It's most likely Google blocking you for some reason, have you tried running the workflow on a different internet connection?
  7. Update v1.2.1 I've pushed a new version of the workflow to npm, you can upgrade by running $ npm install -g alfred-polyglot Notable changes since v1.2.0: - Fixed tkk regexp not matching, which should resolve the weird google-translate-api errors This should fix it for you @Zondebok, let me know if it does
  8. Not really sure how to fix this one @CptTonio, as you've said it might do with the folder being in Dropbox. Have you tried installing it somewhere else?
  9. Update v1.2.0 I've pushed a new version of the workflow to npm, you can upgrade by running $ npm install -g alfred-polyglot Notable changes since v1.1.5: v1.2.0 - Fixed the workflow translating to the same language as it is translating from (more info) - Translating from chinese simplified/traditional no longer shows undefined (thanks @etm001!)
  10. Copying the directory "/usr/local/lib/node_modules/alfred-polyglot" to your synced folder manually should do the trick, though note that you will have to do it every time you update the workflow.
  11. I think you've installed a different workflow, no problem though! ?
  12. @mikedvzo It's likely to be an error due to running npm install with sudo. Try running the install command without sudo and if that fails go through the steps described here (option two).
  13. Update v1.1.5 I've pushed a new version of the workflow to npm, you can upgrade by running $ npm install -g alfred-polyglot Notable changes since v1.1.3: v1.1.5 - Fixed !set command not working (thanks ErikMinekus)
  14. Update v1.1.3 I've pushed a new version of the workflow to npm, you can upgrade the workflow by running $ npm install -g alfred-polyglot Notable changes since v1.0.0: v1.1.2 - Fixed update notifier text not being shown v1.1.1 - Added quicklook url to the translate command - press your quicklook key (Shift by default) to see the translation on translate.google.com - Fixed languages with dashes not being detected (thanks @noelneb) - Fixed words like sTOłek or FROMage triggering the from/to language parser incorrectly - Added esperanto language flag
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