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  1. It should pop up if you select one of the options (like upcoming reminders for example). If that doesn't work, try opening the workflow folder in terminal and running `./reminders-helper` and see if that triggers it.
  2. I'm building a workflow that finds all hotkeys assigned to my workflows and I want to run those using the "Dispatch Key Combo" output. This works if I just want to run a single key, like F13 (passing code "105") or if I run something with a modifier and a standard key like "⇧⌘G". But if I want to run command+shift+F17, it doesn't work. The output I get is; 1. If I pass "⇧⌘F17" I get "Interpreted '⇧⌘F17' as 'F17' with mod code 9568256 (using code 64)" 2. If I pass it with the keycode instead ("⇧⌘86"), I get "Unable to interpret key string '⇧⌘86'" So for 1, it seems like it's fine but it doesn't actually trigger the combo (because the workflow assigned to that key combo doesn't run). And 2 is clearly invalid. I searched the forum and found a number of threads mentioning function keys possibly working differently (for other scenarios, not this specifically) Is this just one of those cases where this won't work if I'm passing input into Dispatch Key Combo?
  3. Good catch, I tried to think of all the scenarios but clearly I didn't. Version 1.0.1 is now on the download page with that fix. Not in ZA, no I'm in the UK.
  4. Yeah the permission wrangling is a bit annoying but I don't think there's a way round it. Glad it's working for you now though!
  5. When making my Reminders workflow I noticed a lot of the code could be reused for calendars. Similar deal to the reminders one: - View upcoming events - Open events in calendar - Create events There's an option to enable Fantastical in the workflow variables so that opening and creation is done by Fantastical instead of the standard calendars app. Blog post with more info https://rknight.me/calendar-events-alfred-workflow/ Download: https://github.com/rknightuk/alfred-workflows/tree/main/workflows/calendar-events
  6. I tried a bunch of Reminders workflows that are available and none of them were quite what I wanted (or were just broken completely). My one does the following: - View all upcoming reminders - View upcoming reminders from a specific list - Mark reminders complete - Set a default list for creating reminders (or create for a specific list) - Create new reminders with natural language (e.g. "Lunch with John tomorrow 1pm") It is quite a large download because I'm bundling the CLI I'm using so I apologise for that. Any issues you hit let me know, only I've used it so far. Blog post with more info:https://rknight.me/reminders-alfred-workflow/ Download: https://github.com/rknightuk/alfred-workflows/tree/main/workflows/reminders
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