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abyth

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  1. My bad.. must have happened while testing different launch options. Is there a common best practice for that?
  2. An Alfred workflow to search the Ansible module documentation. Requirements As macOS still ships Python 2 which is no longer supported since January 1st, 2020 - Python 3 is required to be installed. Due to the usage of f-strings at least Python 3.6 is required. The workflow uses the Python 3 interpreter returned by /usr/bin/env python3 so the installation method won't matter. However, i do recommend the usage of homebrew. The CI tests on github cover python version up from 3.6. Required modules can be installed using pip: /usr/bin/env python3 -m pip inst
  3. Hey Abyth, can you contact me? I'm not sure if there is a way to send messages on Alfred, maybe through email if not?

  4. It's working fine for me. Are you using a different python version, e.g. one built with homebrew?
  5. The workflow assumes the space as a separator for different locations. Hence, you have to put locations containing spaces in quotation marks. During the input you may only see Google search as an option. Don't worry though, after you entered two locations the workflow will show up again
  6. I'm afraid it is hardcoded at the moment. You can change the url in the file getPosition.py in the workflow folder. Strange thing... Is python enabled to use your location and contacts? Or in other words, did you see the screen asking for permission to use these two?
  7. Update: You can now configure your preferred map vendor (Google for browser, Apple for Maps.app) with route-pref.
  8. I implemented the requested features. Unfortunately, the workflow title is not sufficient anymore. Therefore, you can find the new version here
  9. Google Maps Route WorkflowThis workflow calculates the route from the current location, a contact from your address book or a specified location to either the current location, a contact from your address book or a specified location. The scripts are written in python and use the pre-installed objective-c bridge pyobjc to search the address book and determine the current location with CoreLocation. Because of this, OS X will display messages that ask for the permission to use CoreLocation and AddressBook. Requirements:The scripts use the shipped python version and the nice alfred module by ni
  10. Hi Arthur, i'll see what i can do. Btw. sorry for the late answer
  11. The scripts ask for permission to access both contacts and location. The permissions are listed in System Settings -> Security -> Privacy. If the permissions are set correctly, then all requirements are fulfilled. Are you using Mountain Lion? One possible issue could be related to zsh -> Change the language setting in the script filter to /bin/bash
  12. It should be possible, but i would need an example on what you want to achieve. E.g. whether or not you want to use CoreLocation, AdressBook Data or simple strings. Can you describe a use case or an example?
  13. Hi Puck, there was a small error with indices. Now it should display multiple addresses per person with the corresponding identifier e.g. work or home Greetings
  14. Route to contact or location This workflow calculates the route from the current location to a contact from your address book, or a specified location with Google Maps. The scripts are written in python and use the pre-installed objective-c bridge pyobjc to search the address book and determine the current location with CoreLocation. Because of this, OS X will display messages that ask for the permission to use CoreLocation and AddressBook. Requirements: The scripts use the shipped python version and the nice alfred module by nikipore (included). Because of the usage of OS X APIs ther
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