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  1. The bug has nothing to do with Alfred's version. I reported it before Alfred 3 release four years ago. Anyway I already created a simple workflow after my last post that I should release in a day or two.
  2. It's a major bug that was firstly reported by me on this post: I would like to use this workflow but this scary bug keeps me from relying on it. It would be nice if @CarlosNZ could take a look into it.
  3. Hey @targumanu, do you mind to also fix the paths on your Mac App Store Search workflow?
  4. From what I remember you were using ~/Library/Caches/iBooksSearch on v1.0.
  5. Let's say I set a 1h lifetime to the cache. During this time all queries and results are cached. Each time a query is repeated the results are retrieved from cache. After the expiration, the cache is cleared and the process should be repeated. It turns out I'm pretty sure this is not the best way, so this thread.
  6. Hey folks, what's the best way to cache search results while querying a web API? Should I cache results for each user query after the cache expiration or there's a better way? @deanishe @vitor
  7. It's a simple issue. This workflow creates data and cache folders at wrong locations for Alfred 3 users. You can solve the issue by using Script Environment Variables for both folders.
  8. Is this workflow still maintained?
  9. @Vero @Andrew what can you do regarding this issue? I have a very old bug report on this.
  10. Ampersands are showing up in the subreddit descriptions as &.
  11. You can use the Alfred-Workflow library already embedded to Date Calculator for adding self-updating capabilities to your workflow. Here's how: https://www.deanishe.net/alfred-workflow/api/index.html#id12
  12. Update (v1.6): Adopt JSON format to generate Alfred feedback.
  13. And how can you do that without the API made for those three languages?
  14. If you could pick only one language to interact with macOS applications what would it be and why?
  15. Hey @deanishe and @vitor, sorry for bugging again with this thread but now I see Objective-C has also a dictionary to interact with applications. Would it be a better option than AppleScript and JXA?
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