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roccitman

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  1. Ok, thanks! I can manage the FFMPEG stuff locally. Thanks!
  2. Hey Vitor Great Workflow, and it's working great upon first install. I must be missing something in the instructions for extracting the audio though. When I get to step 5 I see the following: https://d.pr/v/HJ0EZG. I guess I should be adding the ... export PATH="/usr/local/bin:$PATH" ...to that first file where the only other line is ./downvid "${1}" Let me know if that's right. And second, I don't see anything noting "...a few lines under getfile() {)" Please let me know what I'm missing, thanks! ETA: rMBP running GM of High Sierra (10.14) Workflow version 1.21.14 FFMPEG installed (which ffmpeg: /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg)
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    Reminders

    Works great, thanks!
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    Reminders

    Issue resolved. And priorities are great!
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    Reminders

    c'est la vie Piece of feedback. It's small and doesn't really impact me. My screen vid software doesn't show it, but in this video Reminders.app is beach-balling for 15 seconds or so. Again, the screen vid software shows the mouse pointer as a normal pointer, but it's actually the spinning beach ball. http://d.pr/v/bD7m
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    Reminders

    Oh, also like the second option in case you're trying to put numbers into your reminder note...
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    Reminders

    Wow, pretty slick! Still getting used to the syntax, but it's pretty darn smart. But what have you done with J*** J****?!?!!
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    Getting results from terminal command

    OK, getting closer. Thanks for the help! Still learning variables. Do I use {query} or (system attribute "variablename")
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    Getting results from terminal command

    Ahh. OK. Is that going to be something like... tell application "Terminal" do script "ssh user@host.com"
  10. Hey Gang Here's my sample workflow: click here. I am wanting to run a very short sql select and return the result to post to some output like a notification or large type. Is this possible with Alfred's terminal command?
  11. Too soon for Restoration of Independence day And a good night to you, thanks again!
  12. Oh wow, ok learning a lot. Thank you thank you! And have a great Turkey Day
  13. Another note, you'll see in the workflow, I am trying to pass variables into the script and I think that's partly to blame. In the script sample above it's just hard coded dates.
  14. Thanks for your help! Here's what I have so far: http://d.pr/f/n0v2
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