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Sanaa

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  1. @visyoual: Sorry for the late reply. Unfortunately, most free services delete uploaded files after 30 days of inactivity. Here are new links for "Solarized Dark Themes.zip": http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=38773747225085178369 http://wikisend.com/download/167502/Solarized Dark Themes.zip https://filetea.me/t1svpb3WlOZTxOngSKz1uDKNQ
  2. @omorillon: Your Solarized themes are still my favorites, but the download link is not working anymore. @Anyone else: I zipped @omorillon's files and re-uploaded them at: https://filetea.me/t1sj9YIl6UDQ762yBZ50aReMQ
  3. Thanks, but given I have 30+ Ruby files, I cannot really afford to encapsulate each one of them in an individual Alfred workflow. Also, in case I ever rename or delete one of those Ruby files, I would have to rename or delete the corresponding Alfred workflow. It would be a nightmare. I was hoping there is some way to just type the filename of the script, and make Alfred run it in the background. Is this possible? If not, the only solution I see is to write a generic Alfred workflow called, say, "rb" and to type "rb <filename>". But I have no experience writing workflows (and the <filename> would have to be auto-completed, which looks complicated to do). Does such workflow exist already maybe?
  4. Hello, I am using fairly often Ruby (.rb) files to automate things, and currently they're associated with Terminal, and basically I am typing the start of their name in Alfred, and Alfred is launching them inside a Terminal window. I am wondering if Alfred can launch them in the background, without showing a Terminal window?
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