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davidapeck

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  1. I've rewritten most of the script. Instead of only selectively choosing Pinyin or English, the script will now step through all languages. I tested this by choosing 5 random languages and the script successfully stepped through each language and then wrapped around to the top of the list. Hope this is a little better! download
  2. When you click on the language (flag) icon on the right side of the menu bar, it should have a drop down list of languages. Can you send me a screenshot or tell me what languages are in your list? I will try and fix it for you.
  3. Hello everyone this is my first post here, and one of my first Alfred workflows. I use photoshop and illustrator extensively for my work, and require both English and Chinese language. After updating to CS6 I noticed that many system hotkeys that I used before in previous versions of CS failed to work in CS6. For example COMMAND + SPACE works fine for pulling up spotlight or Alfred now, but OPTION + COMMAND + SPACE will no longer work for changing languages. This is hugely inconvenient when you are working with 1000+ photos and hundreds of illustrator files and need to be able to quickly and constantly switch back and forth between languages. (run-on sentence?) So in the end I decided to make this little Alfred-wrapped Applescript that would perform the menubar clicks necessary to change languages. It actually works quite quickly. Not as slow as imagined at first. Pressing OPTION + COMMAND + SPACE will switch between the first language (in this case U.S. English) and the second language (Pinyin - Simplified) and back again. In the workflow I have commented which parts to edit in order to change to your language of choice. I hope this proves useful for someone else, and if anyone has any suggestions for improvement or questions please let me know! UPDATE April 15th: I've rewritten most of the script. Instead of only selectively choosing Pinyin or English, the script will now step through all languages. I tested this by choosing 5 random languages and the script successfully stepped through each language and then wrapped around to the top of the list. Hope this is a little better! download
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