mikedvzo

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  1. Edit the workflow and click on the Bug icon in the top right. Then Chose "All Information" in the bottom left. Execute the workflow and results will show in the debug window.
  2. Same problem here only no movies work at all. Using it for years so suspect something has changed on IMDB that has broken the Workflow. Here is the debug output showing that there is nothing returned: [2017-02-04 11:44:35][STDERR: input.scriptfilter] 11:44:35 workflow.py:1972 DEBUG Workflow version : 2.3.0 11:44:35 media.py:39 DEBUG TMDb info retrieved. 11:44:35 workflow.py:1387 DEBUG Reading settings from `/Users/xxxxx/Library/Application Support/Alfred 3/Workflow Data/com.mcknight.movies/settings.json` ... 11:44:35 workflow.py:2163 DEBUG Set last run version : 2.3.0 11:44:35 workflow.py:2008 DEBUG Workflow finished in 0.114 seconds. [2017-02-04 11:44:35][input.scriptfilter] <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <items><item valid="no"><title>The item was not found.</title><subtitle /></item></items>
  3. I remember now that I solved it in Alfred 3by sending this to a Bash Script Output: echo "{query}" | /usr/local/bin/growlnotify --title "DNS Status" --sticky
  4. Thanks I figured as much just thought I remember it being different but I believe that goes back to when I used to use growl for notifications.
  5. I am having trouble remembering but when I have Alfred send a Banner through Notification Center I thought it would stay up until I clicked on it. There is in fact a setting under Advanced Preferences that says "Remvoed When Clicked" however all my notifications disappear within a few seconds if I have them set to Banners. The only workaround is to set Alfred Notifications as Alerts instead. Am I remembering incorrectly and if so then what is this setting for? I am running 10.12.2 Beta (16C60b)
  6. I have run into a little bit of behavior issues with Alfred 3 that I never saw in previous releases. On a number of occasions Alfred 3 stays in focus when it and is slow to respond to actions. I have also run into High CPU issues which have forced me to quit Alfred. See screen shot. http://bit.ly/1Y3C9hr In addition here is a another issue I ran into with Alfred which I included in a comment on another post (Alfred v3 Applescripts are run twice [fixed b655]): I ran into a similar issue when I called an Applescript that invokes Cisco Anyconnect with automation with Launch Program. I have been using this workflow for years. However now when I run the script Alfred 3 stays in focus the entire time now and last time I ran it the VPN was connected and Alfred 3 hung and would not come back. I eventually was forced to reboot as I could not kill Alfred 3 as a non admin user in Activity Monitor. I did not attempt to kill the Alfred process as an Admin user but if it happens next time I will. Usually if I launch the workflow again the script checks to see if there is a current session and asks you to disconnect or continue.
  7. I ran into a similar issue when I called an Applescript that invokes Cisco Anyconnect with automation with Launch Program. I have been using this workflow for years. However now when I run the script Alfred 3 stays in focus the entire time now and last time I ran it the VPN was connected and Alfred 3 hung and would not come back. I eventually was forced to reboot as I could not kill Alfred 3 as a non admin user in Activity Monitor. I did not attempt to kill the Alfred process as an Admin user but if it happens next time I will. Usually if I launch the workflow again the script checks to see if there is a current session and asks you to disconnect or continue.
  8. I love this workflow but it no longer accepts an argument as a location in Alfred 3
  9. Yes I have run into the same issue but have not looked into the workflow yet to see if I can find what is broken in Alfred 3. Maybe someone who know Alfred 3 better - this is a great workflow.
  10. Totally understand and after figuring out growlnotify as a bash script argument I am good. Glad to hear as most applications grow in size over time dramatically.
  11. Thanks Andrew for your quick reply. Large type is a great option for me. I am curious the Open File how it would be displayed.
  12. Not as elegant but I solved the problem with a BASH Shell action with the following growlnotify command since Alfred 3 does allow objects to be laid anywhere in the chain. Wondering why native Growl support was dumped since Notification center is really limits with the size of the output. I will need to rewrite quite a few Alfred 2 scripts. echo "{query}" | /usr/local/bin/growlnotify --title "CVO on THB-ENET2 Status" --sticky
  13. Looking for some suggestions with Alfed 3. I have a number of workflows that output extensive text and without growl my output is reduced to 2 lines and basically useless. I know it says I could use growl notify but that is a command line and do not want to rewrite all of my scripts and not sure of an easy way to send multiple outputs like below at one time to growlnotify. Most of these scripts are BASH shell and output a ton of info to growl that I need to see on the screen and always had the ability to choose a sticky output easily and it read all of the content. #CVO Status echo "" echo echo "DNS Status:" networksetup -getdnsservers "Thunderbolt Ethernet" echo echo "CISCO" /usr/sbin/traceroute -m 1 wwwin.cisco.com | cut -c 5-46 echo echo "INTERNET" /usr/sbin/traceroute -m 1 www.sgi.com | cut -c 5-33 echo netstat -rn | egrep 'default|10.117'
  14. Thanks Andrew glad to know I wasn't crazy. If there is a bug I will find it
  15. FYI - This problem still happens all the time with only Terminal as the front most app.