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  1. No, since then it is working perfectly. Only the first time did not work correctly.

     

    I think I had about 15 opened tabs at the time. 

     

    I tried just now to open tons of them and the problem also did not reappear.

     

     

     

    OOOH that is a conundrum. Has it all been working OK since then (or you need to manually open iTerm each time for it to work properly?)

     

    Also when you say tons of tabs, may I ask how many on average (as I did not test the script with more than about five so might need to test more).

     

    After I have the extra info I will have a deeper squiz for you (and thank you for reporting the issue).

    Cheers,
    Stuart

     


  2. Hello!

     very nice script!

     

    I had a small issue though, this is the timeline of the events:

     

    - iterm 2.1.1 is running (with my usual tons of tabs)

    - upgraded Alfred to the new version

    - configured Alfred to use your custom script

    > at this point whenever I type a command (e.g: ls), iTerm opens a new tab but nothing is actually executed

     

    Stopping iTerm and launching it again made everything work again.

     

     


  3. Hi Jack,

     yes the file exists:

     

    matteo:mcastelli$ ls -la "/Users/mcastelli/Library/Application Support/Alfred 2/Workflow Data/com.surrealroad.alfred-reminder/cache.plist"
     
    -rw-r--r--  1 mcastelli  staff  1431  8 oct 14:24 /Users/mcastelli/Library/Application Support/Alfred 2/Workflow Data/com.surrealroad.alfred-reminder/cache.plist
     
    I renamed it and now I can see the current tasks, *but* I still get the same error in rtest *and* if I add some new tasks I cannot see them anymore.
    It seems the first caching runs fine but then something stops to update it
     
    Matteo
     

     

    Can you check that the file at 

    /Users/mcastelli/Library/Application Support/Alfred 2/Workflow Data/com.surrealroad.alfred-reminder/cache.plist

     

    exists?

     

    From Finder, choose Go > Go To Folder… 

    enter /Users/mcastelli/Library/Application Support/Alfred 2/Workflow Data/com.surrealroad.alfred-reminder/

     

    There should be a file called cache.plist there. Let me know.


  4. Hello! 

    Thanks a lot for the super workflow!

     

    I have however a problem on my Mac Pro running Mac OS 10.8.5

     

    I changed in all the three Applescript the default list to the one I want to use (Work).

     

    I can add correctly new todo, but when I try to watch open ones I only see the ones of the default list.

    In no way I can see the one open in Work.

     

    If I run rtest I get:

     

    Test results:
    OS version: 10.8.5 (0 seconds)
    Current date: mardi, 8 octobre 2013 09:14:09 (0 seconds)
    Initialize workflow path: /Users/mcastelli/Dropbox/Alfred2/Alfred.alfredpreferences/workflows/user.workflow.AB91C0D1-DDFF-4C15-8D60-DE79AEC3B639 (0 seconds)
    Initialize alfred-library: OK (0 seconds)
    Initialize update-library: OK (0 seconds)
    Initialize wf-library: OK (0 seconds)
    Initialize plist-library: OK (0 seconds)
    Reminders.app state: Running (0 seconds)
    Fetch reminder count: 4 (0 seconds)
    Fetch reminder info: OK (0 seconds)
    Fetch reminder list count: 3 (0 seconds)
    Fetch reminder list info: OK (0 seconds)
    Run cache process: ERROR: /Users/mcastelli/Dropbox/Alfred2/Alfred.alfredpreferences/workflows/user.workflow.AB91C0D1-DDFF-4C15-8D60-DE79AEC3B639/cache-reminders.scpt: execution error: Can't setKey: System Events got an error: Can’t set property list item "cacheInProgress" of contents of property list file "/Users/mcastelli/Library/Application Support/Alfred 2/Workflow Data/com.surrealroad.alfred-reminder/cache.plist" to 0.-10006 (-10006) (0 seconds)
    Fetch cache timestamp: mardi, 8 octobre 2013 09:06:39 (0 seconds)
    Fetch cached reminder count: 3 (0 seconds)
    Test basic query: OK (0 seconds)
    Test today query: OK (0 seconds)
    Test in n minutes query: OK (0 seconds)
    Test in n hours query: OK (0 seconds)
    Test in n days query: OK (0 seconds)
    Test in n days y hours query: OK (0 seconds)
    Test in n hours y minutes query: OK (0 seconds)
    Test at time query: OK (0 seconds)
    Test tomorrow at time query: OK (0 seconds)
    Test in x list query: OK (0 seconds)
    Subtitle generation: OK (0 seconds)
    Test basic reminder filtering: OK (0 seconds)
    Test remind today reminder filtering: OK (0 seconds)
    Test due tomorrow reminder filtering: OK (0 seconds)
    Test reminder list filtering: OK (0 seconds)
    Test version-check response: OK (0 seconds)
    Current unix time: 1.381216449E+9 (0 seconds)
    Simple JSON: OK (0 seconds)
    Test execution time: 0 seconds
     
     
     
    Any idea?
     
    Matteo
     
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