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  1. Very cool. I was actually going to make something like this myself, but I'm glad I don't have to now! Some cool things I'd like to see added (although not sure how feasible they are in Alfred): 1. Matrix manipulation 2. Calculus solver Also, how come you didn't make its keyword '=' since it's basically replacing the regular calculator?
  2. Hi Matt, You can use dashes instead of slashes if you'd like to swap month and day: Example: To find December 4th, 2012, use 11-4-2012 Hope that helps!
  3. A super simple workflow that determines what day of the week a given date is. Examples: Today: Regular date: Relative date: International date: Download: http://d.pr/f/B0YU
  4. Thanks for the input guys. I didn't make this to open the current finder directory in terminal. I made it to open a completely separate directory in terminal, by searching the file system. @jhuiting: I like how you can do other commands that way, but for cd'ing I wanted to be able to search the file system to not have to memorize the path. Using ">" requires that you know the exact path the the folder. If I memorized the path to a folder, what do I need alfred for? @franzheidl: yeah I saw that, but I didn't like how you had to have the finder window open to cd to it. I really don't use finder ever.
  5. Here's a simple workflow for cd'ing to a directory. It opens a new terminal window, cd's to the directory and then clears the screen. Maybe you guys will find it helpful! https://github.com/briankracoff/alfred-cd-to-directory
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