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  1. The prerelease fixed the issue for me as well!
  2. I've put together a simple workflow to download YouTube videos. This only works for Safari so far (if you can add additional browser support, I would appreciate a patch.) Simply browse to a video in Safari, and either activate Alfred and enter "ytdl", or use the hotkey Cmd+Option+Ctrl+Y. The video will be saved in your Movies folder. Comments, criticisms, bug reports, thanks & praise, etc. to me at donburr [at] gmail [dot] com. Download it here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/169813/DownloadYouTubeVideo.zip
  3. I'm writing an Alfred workflow that requires use of an external Unix binary. Currently I am installing this binary using Homebrew; however when I eventually start distributing my workflow, I would rather not have to force the user to set up Xcode command line tools, install Homebrew, etc. Ideally I'd like to distribute a pre-compiled version of the binary(s) my workflow uses, along with the workflow. Is it possible to distribute resource(s) (such as binaries, shell scripts/Applescripts, etc.) as part of the Alfred workflow bundle? And how would one call that binary (i.e. instead of hard-coding a path, like /usr/local/bin/foo)?
  4. Thanks, that's actually even better than what I was hoping for, since with Dash (which I hadn't heard of until now) I can search through docs for other languages/frameworks/etc. that I work with as well.
  5. I'm an iOS (and soon MacOS) developer and would love an Alfred workflow to search the Cocoa & Cocoa touch APIs. Has anyone written such a beast? Thanks!
  6. I too would love a version of AlfredTweet for App.net. If you need any alpha/beta testers let me know In the meantime I did find Alphred, a simple post-to-app.net workflow. Seems to work quite well.
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