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Ingolmo

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  1. It should now work correctly, you should redownload the workflow. Thanks for your report
  2. Pastie Workflow Alfred 2 Workflow to create Pasties. Installation Just download and open Pastie.alfredworkflow! Usage Just type "pastie" inside Alfred to use the current clipboard content to create a Pastie. ThanksThanks to sosedoff for his pastie-api gem! Contribute Don't hesitate to contribute! You can post issues and pull requests on the GitHub repository, or simply give your feedback in this post . The workflow uses a part of zhaowu's ruby template, which is awesome . Look at its README before contributing.
  3. I'm sorry but it doesn't work for me, and the repo doesn't seem to have been updated since I made this post :/.
  4. Thanks, that's awesome! It could be even more awesome if you added all pow websites when you don't specify any parameter for each commands (like when you only type `pow browse`)
  5. Simply the best Github workflow so far, thanks a lot !
  6. These codes are used on Campfire, Github, etc. The list can be found here http://www.emoji-cheat-sheet.com/ ! Thank you for this workflow, it could be useful !
  7. Boom Workflow Alfred 2 Workflow to use boom. Motherfucking text snippets on the command line, and now in Alfred! Installation Just download and open Boom.alfredworkflow! You don't even need to install boom to use it, it's packaged inside the workflow. Usage You can use the workflow the same way you use boom in command line, with the advantages of autocompletion! Contribute Don't hesitate to contribute! You can post issues and pull requests on the GitHub repository, or simply give your feedback in this post . The workflow uses zhaowu's ruby template which is awesome . Look at it before contributing.
  8. +1, ⌘+L could be great to in addition with ⌘+F, to imitate the browsers usual hotkey to go the address bar.
  9. Hello, I don't know if it's possible to emulate this behavior with a workflow trick (other than duplicate the script filter), but I think it would be useful to allow to have multiple keywords for a single script filter. It could be used to set multiple language keywords (like "weather" and "météo" in french), or just add a shortcut (like "w" or "wiki" for a wikipedia autocomplete workflow)
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