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  1. @vitor Oh man I am such an idiot. You're completely right. The thing that tripped me up was that I forgot I had apparently selected "Keep the display awake" in the Caffeinate Control workflow options - this is what that had me thinking CoffeeCoffee "wasn't working." Sorry for the confusion, and thanks for all your great workflows!
  2. ================================================ EDIT: This post is wrong and I am dumb. The workflow works great. ================================================ This workflow doesn't seem to work for me. The toggle in the Alfred results correctly changes when I turn this on/off, but it never actually effects my machine -- my mac still always goes to sleep regardless of whatever I set CoffeeCoffee to. However, the Caffeinate Control workflow does work for me. Here's what's really weird: if I have both workflows enabled, and I turn on Caffeinate Control, then the menu results for both Caffeinate Control and CoffeeCoffee will show that caffeinate has been turned on, and my mac will not go to sleep, as expected if I have both workflows enabled, and I turn on CoffeeCoffee, then the menu results for both CoffeeCoffee and Caffeinate Control will show that caffeinate has been turned on, however my mac will still go to sleep So basically CoffeeCoffee looks like it's working (according to Alfred's menu results), but my mac still goes to sleep. On the other hand, Caffeinate Control both looks like it's working and also actually works. This doesn't really make sense to me at all lol fwiw I'm on OS X 10.11.6 running the latest version of Alfred 3
  3. There may be a better way to do this, but this is what I did, and now the Caffeinate Control workflow works for me. I tried to make a step-by-step guide for you. Hope it helps! Step 1 Open up Alfred Preferences and go to the Workflows tab In your list of workflows, right click "Caffeinate Control" and do Open in Finder, like this: Step 2 Now you should have a Finder window open to the Caffeinate Control workflow directory, like this: I have highlighted the 2 files you will be editing: conf-and-help.scpt and library.sh Step 3 Open conf-and-help.scpt, which will launch the Script Editor Search for "Alfred", and you will find this line: Yours will say Alfred 2, so change it to Alfred 3 like in mine Save the script and quit the Script Editor Step 4 Open library.sh in a text editor (I used Sublime Text, but TextEdit or any other text editor is fine) Search for "Alfred", and you will find these 2 lines: Yours will say Alfred-2 and Alfred 2, so change them to Alfred-3 and Alfred 3 like in mine Save the file and quit your text editor That's it! Now the Caffeinate Control workflow should be working again (Note: after completing these steps, you might have to quit Alfred and then restart Alfred, but I'm not sure if that's necessary - I can't remember if I had to do that or not, but if it's still not working for you, then try that.)
  4. That did the trick. There were 2 files in the workflow directory that had a couple hardcoded references to "Alfred 2" - changing them to "Alfred 3" fixed it. Thanks!
  5. I also got this problem after updating to Alfred 3 - the Caffeinate Control workflow just stopped working. In the meantime, I've downloaded KeepingYouAwake and made a small workflow to toggle it on/off. It works well, but I'd prefer to go back to Caffeinate Control as it doesn't require any third-party software. Hopefully the workflow gets fixed soon!
  6. dingyi's updated domainr workflow works great for me now! https://github.com/dingyi/Alfred-Workflows
  7. Ah, that's lame. But thanks for the info!
  8. Love this workflow but it stopped working for me recently As soon as I start typing a domain, it just gives me Alfred's fallback web search options.
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