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  1. I can't remember what caused it to update the last time I had that issue. I would quitting the app, delete the plist (your bookmarks are safe, the plist is just a backup), then restart the app.
  2. The workflow doesn't do any caching, it reads from ~/Library/Application Support/com.fournova.Tower2/bookmarks.plist everytime. Can you check to make sure that plist has updated itself with the new project locations? I've had issues with the plist not updating in the past.
  3. - v2.2 (August 14, 2014) - Added support for modifier keys - Browse in Alfred (cmd) - Reveal in Finder (shift) - Open in Terminal (alt) - Copy to Clipboard (fn) - Mountain Lion support dropped - TODO: - Add support for opening in external editor This workflow has also been added to Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/tower-repositories
  4. It's on my list of todos, I just haven't had the time to check it out yet.
  5. Nothing was really gained by switching (though it might be slightly faster). The Alfred helper library I was using had bugs I didn't want to deal with anymore.
  6. - v2.1 (August 10, 2014) - Folder support
  7. I don't have anything to test with since I didn't make a backup of my bookmarks. Is something broken? And ya, I'm on the latest public build.
  8. I've tried restarting as well, no luck. I Even wiped out the folder in Application Support to start from scratch. The plist isn't even being created anymore.
  9. I updated to Tower 2.0.1, and it seems like bookmarks.plist doesn't seem to be updating anymore. Is anyone else having this issue?
  10. Shame on me for rushing that fix out. I've re-released 2.0 with support for the new plist format. Everything should be good now. Though it is strange that Tower 2 now uses Core Data, but is still supporting bookmarks.plist. Let me know if there are any issues.
  11. v2.0 (July 22, 2014) - Added support for Tower 2 - Removed support for Tower 1
  12. v1.3 (May 16, 2014) - Added support for finding Tower.app in subdirectories of /Applications
  13. AlfredLite is a lightweight modular framework for creating workflows. Features Modular designOnly load the modules your workflow uses Faster load times (execution speed is an underappreciated feature of any workflow) Less bundeled dependencies Subclassable workflowsAlfred::Workflow is designed to be subclassed, the possibilities are endless! Requirements AlfredLite is tested against the following verions of Ruby: 1.8.7 (preinstalled on OS X Mountain Lion) 1.9.3 2.0.0 (preinstalled on OS X Mavericks) Contributing (aka I can't do this alone!) Bug FixesReporting bugs is encouraged and greatly appreciated, send them here. If you're contributing a bug fix, please make sure you're committing your fixes on the develop branch (bonus points for creating a dedicated bug fix branch). Feature RequestsHave an idea that will help make writing your workflows easier? Then submit it here. Available on Github Updates 2013-06-02: The first release of AlfredLite was made available today, it can be found here. Next up on the list of todos: a settings module.
  14. v1.2 (March 29, 2013) alleyoop support speed improvements
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