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    raguay.customct got a reaction from MHolkamp in workflow tutorial   
    You also have my list of tutorials on Alfred:
     
    Alfred Workflows for Beginners https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-workflows-for-beginners--mac-55446   Alfred Workflows for Intermediates http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-workflows-for-intermediates--mac-60557   Alfred Workflows for Advanced http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-workflows-for-advanced--mac-60963   Alfred Debugging http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-debugging--cms-20439?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+mactuts+%28Tuts%2B+Mac+Computer+Skills%29   Track Project Time With Alfred Timekeeper https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/track-project-time-with-alfred-timekeeper--cms-20981?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed   Use a Mac to Monitor Website Uptime or Other Regular Tasks https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/use-a-mac-to-monitor-website-uptime-or-other-regular-tasks--cms-21183   Alfred Workflows in Swift https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-workflows-in-swift--cms-21807
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from verbbis in What is a 'Legendary Licence'?   
    It should be an option on the Power Pack page of the Preferences program so that we can really use it as a tip jar at any time!
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from xilopaint in What is a 'Legendary Licence'?   
    It should be an option on the Power Pack page of the Preferences program so that we can really use it as a tip jar at any time!
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from Andrew in What is a 'Legendary Licence'?   
    It should be an option on the Power Pack page of the Preferences program so that we can really use it as a tip jar at any time!
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from cands in TextSoap cleaners on the Clipboard   
    Hi @fncll,
     
    Just updated the workflow on GitHub:  https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/blob/master/Alfred 3/TextSoapCleaners.alfredworkflow
     
    It's now future proofed for Alfred and TextSoap. Just set the TextSoap application name in the environment variables and the scripts will call the right application. I changed all the AppleScripts to JXA (JavaScript for Automation). Seems to be working for me. Let me know.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from cands in TextSoap cleaners on the Clipboard   
    I've had it updated since Alfred 3.0 came out. Sorry, I haven't updated the link. It is now updated and you can get the latest version from the GitHub account:  https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/blob/master/Alfred 3/TextSoapCleaners.alfredworkflow
     
    All of my workflows in this branch work great and I use them a lot.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from vitor in Search History in Alfred Browser like in zsh   
    I have a set of workflows that I use to process videos on our website and attach SRT files to them. Usually I just up arrow to the one before the last command to recycle through them. But, I some times have to execute other commands in the middle. Then, I either have to retype the older command or up arrow until I find it. It would be nice to type in the first two letters and then up arrow through the history that only starts with those two letters. Just like I have my zsh configured to do.
     
    For example: My History has:
     
    dp:nextfile
    eh:openSRTfile
    dc:disable
     
    The first two commands are the two that I cycle through, but I then disabled DwellClick with the dc:disable. To do the dp:next file, I would have to retype it or up arrow 3 times. But, with this feature I am proposing, I would type 'dp' then one up arrow and it will jump to the dp:nextfile command. In this example, it doesn't really save much time. But in other situations, it will.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from MSB in Time Stamp Workflow   
    I just added workflow snippets to my Time Stamp Workflow and noticed that I had never shared it. So, here it is. You can use "ts:stamp" to list the pre-defined date/time stamp format and paste the current date/time into the top application. Or, you can use the "ts:build" to build your own date/time stamp to add to the list. I also have several predefined snippets:
     
    ;tsl = the current date/time using the last select date/time stamp.
    ;ed = the current date/time in the mm/dd/yyyy format.
    ;dow = the current day of the week.
    ;nsu - the next Sunday date using the last select date/time stamp.
    ;nmo - the next Monday date using the last select date/time stamp.
    ;ntu - the next Tuesday date using the last select date/time stamp.
    ;nwe  - the next Wednesday date using the last select date/time stamp.
    ;nth - the next Thursday date using the last select date/time stamp.
    ;nfr - the next Friday date using the last select date/time stamp.
    ;nsa - the next Saturday date using the last select date/time stamp.
     
    My GitHub: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred
    Packal:  http://www.packal.org/workflow/time-stamp-workflow
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from Diegobit in Quiver Workflow   
    Just got a new version to upload. It should work on any system now. I had problems getting my Haskell program to statically compile. But, it is now. I've updated the one in Packal.org and GitHub. Please download and give it a try.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from EDALPA in Hammerspoon Workflow   
    First, install Hammerspoon. Then run "hs:install" in the Alfred prompt. Whatever hotkey you assigned Alfred to, press that. The default is <command>+space. You should then be able to use the rest of the commands in the workflow. Have fun!
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from amoose136 in Common Misspellings Snippets   
    Hi,
     
    I have been compiling commonly misspelled words from my experience and from others for a while. I used to have the list in TextExpander, but I just moved them over to Alfred 3 since I quit using TE. If your interested, I have them here:  https://db.tt/gcJPuiEv.
     
    Maybe Packal will get a snippet category as well. (hint)
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from mrchow19910319 in Can someone create a workflow that let google chrome open a specific url in a new window?   
    Here is a quick and easy workflow to do what you want. You will have to assign the hotkeys for each one. It allows you to either open the current OSX selection or clipboard in either chrome, firefox, or safari. You can get it here:  https://www.dropbox.com/s/8kkpcjbzr2sde05/Open URL with hotkey.alfredworkflow?dl=0
     
    Examine it and you will see that it is very easy to create workflows like this. There was no programming involved. So, go and experiment.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from cands in Search History in Alfred Browser like in zsh   
    I have a set of workflows that I use to process videos on our website and attach SRT files to them. Usually I just up arrow to the one before the last command to recycle through them. But, I some times have to execute other commands in the middle. Then, I either have to retype the older command or up arrow until I find it. It would be nice to type in the first two letters and then up arrow through the history that only starts with those two letters. Just like I have my zsh configured to do.
     
    For example: My History has:
     
    dp:nextfile
    eh:openSRTfile
    dc:disable
     
    The first two commands are the two that I cycle through, but I then disabled DwellClick with the dc:disable. To do the dp:next file, I would have to retype it or up arrow 3 times. But, with this feature I am proposing, I would type 'dp' then one up arrow and it will jump to the dp:nextfile command. In this example, it doesn't really save much time. But in other situations, it will.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from laxapple in Search History in Alfred Browser like in zsh   
    I have a set of workflows that I use to process videos on our website and attach SRT files to them. Usually I just up arrow to the one before the last command to recycle through them. But, I some times have to execute other commands in the middle. Then, I either have to retype the older command or up arrow until I find it. It would be nice to type in the first two letters and then up arrow through the history that only starts with those two letters. Just like I have my zsh configured to do.
     
    For example: My History has:
     
    dp:nextfile
    eh:openSRTfile
    dc:disable
     
    The first two commands are the two that I cycle through, but I then disabled DwellClick with the dc:disable. To do the dp:next file, I would have to retype it or up arrow 3 times. But, with this feature I am proposing, I would type 'dp' then one up arrow and it will jump to the dp:nextfile command. In this example, it doesn't really save much time. But in other situations, it will.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from nikivi in Writing workflows with go help   
    If you want to learn go development on the Mac, read my tutorial:  http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/start-developing-with-go-on-the-mac--cms-21251
     
    I have a go library for making Alfred workflows:  https://github.com/raguay/goAlfred
     
    And, I show how to create a markdown powered, go based web server: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/building-a-cms-gopress--cms-25073
     
    But, deanishe is right. Go is a compiled language and doesn't play as an interpreted language too well. They did have a go interpreter, but it has fallen out of use. But, you can automate compiling if you set the two mentioned environment variables in your workflow, but I would not recommend it as it would be slow. I always compile inside the workflow and test the compiled code in Alfred. Not too hard.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from Vero in New Alfred 3 tutorial   
    The first part of the Alfred 3 tutorial is here: http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-3-whats-new--cms-26726
     
    The second part talks about workflow changes.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from nikivi in New Alfred 3 tutorial   
    The first part of the Alfred 3 tutorial is here: http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-3-whats-new--cms-26726
     
    The second part talks about workflow changes.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from nikivi in Workflows API   
    Alfred's Own:  https://www.alfredapp.com/help/workflows/
     
    My Tutorials: 
    http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-workflows-for-advanced--mac-60963
    http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-workflows-for-intermediates--mac-60557
    https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-workflows-for-beginners--mac-55446
    http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-debugging--cms-20439?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+mactuts+%28Tuts%2B+Mac+Computer+Skills%29
     
    And I have two more being scheduled on the new items in Alfred 3 workflows. My courses above are about Alfred 2, but they apply to Alfred 3 as well. I will post a note on the forums when my new tutorials are live.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from cands in TextSoap cleaners on the Clipboard   
    I'm working on uploading all my workflows udated to Alfred 3, but I have over 50 of them. So it is taking a little while. I'm also working on a tutorial for Tuts+ about Alfred 3. Stay tuned for it's publication.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from cands in TextSoap cleaners on the Clipboard   
    Thanks. I am glad you like the workflow. It is the workflow I use the most too!
     
    If you do not copy the last lines carriage return, then it doesn't count that line as a full line. I always copy past the last line to get the carriage return and the count always comes out fine. I'll look into adding a detector for the last line not having a carriage return and add one if needed. That would be a more robust solution. But, I've converted everything to Alfred 3 now. Since they do not want us updating everything until Alfred 3 is out completely, you will need to wait until Alfred 3 is fully released to get the full update. For now, just copy past the last CR and your count will be fine.
     
    The routine uses the wc command line program. It is a peculiarity with that program. I also noticed that I did not package the "Clean For Word Count" cleaner with the workflow. If you create a cleaner with that name, you can specify actions to clean unwanted items (ie: - / \ * and the like) from the text before counting it. That way, your character count will be accurate to actual words and not punctuations. The wc program doesn't always get it right .
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from cands in TextSoap cleaners on the Clipboard   
    It is faster on Alfred 3 because Alfred 3 is much faster, or as I said, snappier than Alfred 2. I have the workflow updated to Alfred 3, but they have asked us not to upload them to Packal and such until Alfred 3 is out of beta. Should be in a couple of weeks.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from cands in TextSoap cleaners on the Clipboard   
    I just updated the workflow to work with TextSoap 8. If you haven't upgraded to this version, you should. It runs much faster and lots of bug fixes. The workflow currently only works with version 8. If you haven't upgraded, then just use the older version. I haven't added any other features.
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    raguay.customct reacted to KennedyOliveira in Exchange Rates Workflow   
    Hello everyone!
     
    I just made a exchange rate workflow, check out on github and in packal!
     
    Github -> https://github.com/kennedyoliveira/alfred-rates
     
    Packal -> http://www.packal.org/workflow/rates
     
    Its simple, but very useful.
     
    I hope it can helps someone as help me.
     
    Any feedback is appreciated!
     
    Convert between many currencies using the YQL (Yahoo! Query Language) to get the exchange rates in realtime for free.
     
    Screenshots
     
    Convert from USD to EUR

     
    Convert from default configured currency (BRL in my case) to USD

     
    Autocomplete example

     
    Usage:
     
    rate <VAL> <CUR SRC> <CUR DST> -> Convert the value from the currency to the currency . Example: rate 100 BRL USD
    rate <VAL> <CUR DST> -> Convert the value to the default currency setted with ratesetcurrency comand.
    rate <CUR SRC> <VAL> -> Convert the value from the currency to the default currency setted with ratesetcurrency command.
    rate <CUR DST> -> Convert the default currency to the <CUR DST>, just to show the rates.
    ratesetcurrency <CUR DST> -> Set the default currency, for use with the comands rate <VAL> <CUR DST> and rate <CUR SRC> <VAL>
    rateclear -> Clears all the cached data, used when there is a new version for removing olds caches.
     
    New Version 2.4.0!
     
    Added support for multiple queries with one command.
     

     
    Added support for checking a conversion for many currencies, see below:
     

     
    Now the currencies list and info is online, so when there are new currencies update there's no need to update the workflow to get just the currency list, it'll be downloaded.
       
    New Update :
    Added support for basic math Division Multiplication Sum Substraction Support for 4 digits after the decimal Configurable division digit "," or "."
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from cands in Hammerspoon Workflow   
    Hi,
     
    I just upgraded the Hammerspoon workflow to have an upgrade option and integration with the AnyBar workflow for the caffienate function.
     
    The hs:upgrade command will upgrade all future version without messing with the init.lua file. But, for this, you have to run hs:install to now to create this functionality. The install creates the .hammerspoon/init.lua file with a line to load the alfred.lua file. The hs:upgrade will then only effect the alfred.lua file.
     
    If the AnyBar workflow and program are installed, then an indicator is shown. If caffenate is active, red "zzz" will be shown. Otherwise, grey "zzz" are shown.
     
    Give it a try and let me know how it works for you.
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    raguay.customct got a reaction from dfay in Alfred Workflows in Swift Tutorial is available.   
    Oops. I thought I had changed that line. I just fixed the tutorial to copy the library file and put the tcconverter.swift file as it's own file. Thanks for spotting that. From XCode 6 beta to XCode 6.3, there has been a lot of changes to Swift!
     
    The first compile line creates .o files. The .o file is the object code unlinked. It is the executable code that has placeholders instead of addressress for branching statements. Relative addresses are compiled in on the link stage.
     
    The second line creates the library file that other programs can dynamically load the library instead of statically linking them.
     
    The third line creates the .swiftmodule and . swiftdoc files needed by the linker to link the library to the final program. These are mostly used by XCode itself and not so much with the 4th stage.
     
    The last line compiles our tcconverter code, links it to the Alfred library, and creates the final execuatable, tcconverter.
     
    I hope this de-mystifies it some for you. Compiling is complicated up front, but runs so much faster than interpreting. The Swift compiler is much easier to use than like the gcc compiler for C code! You can really get bogged down in options for some compilers.
     
    But, if your system is fast enough, I much prefer interpreters!
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