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jeffbyrnes

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  1. I went ahead & gave it Safari’s icon, so it’s just a wee bit nicer. Hope you don’t mind! You can download it from Dropbox.
  2. It’s not an official release, but here’s my copy, modified to work with Alfred 3: http://jbyrnes.s3.amazonaws.com/Weather.zip
  3. In case any of you are workflow devs, I’d point out the new Workflows Script Environment Variables, which can greatly avoid this sort of pain moving forward.
  4. @stonefury, I haven't, but seeing as I do a bunch of stuff programmatically with AWS, I might throw something out there to list instances. What would you want to see?
  5. It should be pointed out that something like this already exists: http://www.packal.org/workflow/packal-updater. Not to discourage, but don't want you reinventing the wheel if it doesn't make sense to you.
  6. I'm experiencing the same isses as @RodgerWW.
  7. @benklocek, that blog post helped me out, thanks!
  8. As of Alfred 2.1, that path (/System/Library/CoreServices/Applications) is added to the default search scope. See the Alfred changelog for more details.
  9. I, too, downloaded it, ran the `alfredfm <lastfm_username>` command, but no browser tab/window opened.
  10. Yes, I have had to do that, and @alwaysunday seems to have had the same experience. It's possible that you'd already enabled sendmail at some point in the past for something else (some local web dev, perhaps?)
  11. This uses sendmail, and is super simple, which rocks. For the folks on Mountain Lion, however, Apple tweaked things & sendmail no longer works out of the box. You'll need to run these commands to get it going again: sudo mkdir -p /Library/Server/Mail/Data/spool sudo /usr/sbin/postfix set-permissions sudo /usr/sbin/postfix start See this AskDifferent question for reference.
  12. @TingTingBen, if you give it a moment, Alfred should realize that "pair" should trigger an action for this workflow; mine initially showed me the fallback search, then switched to the pair process.
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