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mwaterfall

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  1. Hi Guys, thanks for all the feedback.

     

    I'll take a look into the issues and see if I can get them all sorted for you as soon as I can :-)

     

    Also, deanishe, the code is certainly not a mess, so I'm not quite sure what's giving you that impression. And as for it being unmaintained, I can assure you it's not. My delay in responding is simply because I have a job and thought it might be nice to go away for the weekend ;-) Hope that's okay. The code is also open source on GitHub, so any contributions or pull requests are most welcome.


  2. Thanks for the input regarding the config. I've done some updates and come up with what I think is quite a neat solution.

     

    I've also added the ability for it to load web sites links (.webloc) so you can quickly open up and reference material from the internet, which will also mean it's always up to date!

     

    Let me know your thoughts on the setup and configuration of it!


  3. Here's a workflow I knocked up for searching your bookmarks on Kippt and launching the URL in your browser.

     

    Important instructions: To set up, you must enter your Kippt username and API key into the workflow's script filter. The API key can be found here when logged in (under "api_token").

     

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  4. I haven't looked at yours yet but another addition I find really useful to add to this is.. in the timestamp extension I made for Alfred 1, you could grab current timestamp, or pass a timestamp to it and it would read that and convert it to a human readable date/time. That would be super useful as well.

     

    Dave, I just came across your comment and thought you might want to check out the workflow I submitted last week for converting between UTC timestamps and various human readable datetime strings. I'm actually finding it ridiculously useful!

     

    Datetime Format Converter - Convert between unix timestamps and datetime strings


  5. Very much respect phyllisstein, he makes some great stuff but I'm going to wait a bit before I start including support for things like this. There are so many people creating updaters, repos, sites, etc. I'd prefer to hold off a bit longer.

     

    Ah okay. Understandable! Cheers.


  6. This is great! What are your thoughts on merging your Sublime Text workflows?

     

    So "subl" would show options to open the current finder path in Sublime, and show a list of recent projects?

     

    Would be neat to access Sublime through one keyword.

     

    Thanks for the great work with all your workflows!


  7. Here's a workflow that's useful for developers; it allows you to convert between timestamps and formatted datetime strings with ease.

     

    Simply type "df" followed by: "now", a UTC unix timestamp, or a formatted datetime string.

     

    This will present you with the parsed date in various formats ready to copy to your clipboard.

     

    Download

     

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