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  1. Done. As Alfred is now called back after the actions I have removed the notification functionality.
  2. Update (v1.1): – Added ability to add to-dos in the target list using the ⌥ modifier key. – From now Alfred is called back after some actions. – Removed support for Notificator. – Simplified connections in workflow editor for better maintenance. – General code improvements.
  3. Things for Alfred Interact with Things 3 using Alfred. Download and Installation Download the workflow file from GitHub releases and install it by double-clicking on Things.alfredworklow. Usage Use the keyword todo to show Things lists and action any of them for displaying the corresponding to-dos. Action a to-do to display it in the Things UI. Try the modifier keys either in lists or in to-dos to know other actions. Contribute To report a bug or request a feature, please create an issue or submit a pull request on GitHub. Credits T
  4. Hey, this is not related to the HS issue but once you look into it remember to change the location of the data folder by adopting the environment variable instead of hard coding the path, since Alfred 2 and 3 have different locations for persistent data. So you can use this: #Storage directory for API key PREFS="$alfred_workflow_data"
  5. You can edit the title by yourself .
  6. It would be a very welcome improvement. I'm fully supporting the campaign "Make Packal Great Again"! ?
  7. Update (v2.7) Removed support for OneUpdater. From now Alfred PDF Tools relies on Alfred-Workflow library for self-updating. Significant code improvements for better stability and maintenance.
  8. Now I see the workflow displays "api and 1 other" in the subtitle: Would it possible to achieve this on the workflow side with some improvement? Maybe with a tab press in the item all the methods matching the search term could be displayed.
  9. Would it be possible to make the search match both results when searching for add_item?
  10. @vitor, would it be possible to add a modifier key in recentscreenshots to copy the url on clipboard?
  11. Oh, I just didn't realize that I can't search into Workflow3 directly:
  12. I guess I should see a match parameter in add_item() method, am I wrong?
  13. @deanishe, the latest release of the docset is not reflecting the new match feature. I guess some problem with your commit occurred:
  14. I had this problem, but I couldn't post anyway. EDIT: never mind I figured out what to do.
  15. Oh, I didn't realize that it would be "silenced" for a day. I thought it wouldn't show up again unless a new release came out so I planned to suggest a "silence" feature, though in this case there's nothing to point out. Thank you for clarifying.
  16. @deanishe, this link has a cleaner version of the code: http://jmp.sh/60JI8TR I just deleted the binary of the other link so you can use this last one.
  17. Here. The latest GitHub version is v1.0. If you have the cache cleared and change the workflow version to v0.9 the update item will be displayed. After actioning the item the update will be downloaded and you will be prompted to install the newer version. If you don't conclude the installation the Script Filter will no more display the update item unless you delete the __workflow_update_status.cpickle file. I assumed __workflow_update_status.cpickle file stored the version number of the latest release after the update is downloaded from GitHub and as a result the Script Fil
  18. Ok. There's another thing. If the update is downloaded but the user for any reason doesn't click on the update button in Alfred Preferences when prompted, the __workflow_update_status.cpickle file is updated in cache folder and the user will not be prompted again unless the .cpickle file is manually deleted. Is it also expected?
  19. @Guy Stan if you didn't do yet, run Fixum workflow to update old versions of Alfred-Workflow library bundled in Packal Search and other workflows. There's a bug in old versions of the library when running in macOS Sierra.
  20. @deanishe, I got the self-update feature to work, but I noticed in my tests that the script has to run twice in order to download the update. In the first run __workflow_update_status.cpickle and gh-releases-{github_slug}.cpickle are saved in the cache folder. Only in the second run the update is installed. Is this expected behavior or I'm doing something wrong?
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