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derfla

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  1. There are now over 3000 users logged in via OAuth! Thanks to all of you, especially for your comments on twitter and your issues and pull requests on github. I've released version 1.5 today: https://github.com/gharlan/alfred-github-workflow/releases
  2. GitHub Enterprise support is available now!
  3. At the moment it is not possible. You can find a discussion about this feature request on github: https://github.com/gharlan/alfred-github-workflow/issues/37
  4. I think so too. But my auto-release script removes some files before generating the .alfredworkflow file. I don't use Dropbox syncing, so I can not help here.
  5. I code in the workflow directory and this is also my git directory. So I have one directory only. And if I push to github, a WebHook on my website is called automatically, which generates the new workflow file from source. Then all the users of my workflow will get an update message the next time they use the workflow, and after confirming the workflow will be updated automatically. So I don't have to copy between directories or export and upload new versions. I only have to develop in the workflow directory and to push to github.
  6. The blur hack does not work in Mavericks.
  7. Created a bigger update (after many updates with small feature additions in the last months). The cache is refreshed in background now, so the performance/responsiveness should be much better.
  8. Use "Custom" and this script: on alfred_script(q) tell application "Terminal" activate tell application "System Events" to tell process "Terminal.app" to keystroke "t" using command down do script q in front window end tell end alfred_script It will open a new tab in the main window of TotalTerminal. If you want to use the existing tab, delete the line starting with 'tell application "System Events"…'.
  9. The blur hack seems to not working in OS X Mavericks at the moment.
  10. Nice workflow! But it does not work with umlauts, try "gte über".
  11. Update: On weekend I updated the workflow because GitHub has changed the command bar. And today I added the possibility to search files in repos (gh user/repo /path/to/file). See the README on GitHub for a list of all commands.
  12. Update: I added the missing "gh user/repo issues new" command. And before some weeks I added copy & paste possibilities: With cmd+enter the URL of the current item is copied and pasted to the frontmost app. If you just want to copy the URL, hit cmd+c.
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    Thank you for sharing this workflow, it is my favorite! But can you use unique uids for the items? So Alfred would put the most recently used item at the top of the list.
  14. I just updated the workflow. New features are Issue searching (e. g. "gh github/github #searchterm") and a self-update mechanism for the workflow. DOWNLOAD | GitHub Repository
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