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  1. Thank for your reply, David. Finally I figured out what wrong with my code, I must change the require bundler line from to Everything works ok now By the way, here is my first Alfred workflow: http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/3825-alfred-workflow-for-units-and-currencies-converter/ I hope I can make something more useful in the future
  2. Hi, I created a simple Alfred workflow for units and currencies converter. The units converter only calculate locally so it's very fast. For the currencies converter, I use the free API http://rate-exchange.appspot.com/, because of the quota limit, sometimes it might not work Here are some screenshots: I'm quite new to Alfred Workflow development so if you see something not good, please tell me know Download the workflow at: https://github.com/vinh0604/alfred-awesome-units-converter Thank you.
  3. Hello, I've just started to write Alfred workflow in Ruby with Zhaohai's workflow https://github.com/zhaocai/alfred-workflow My workflow is pretty simple, it converts the inputted units using the gem 'ruby-units' When I test the script in the terminal, it returns valid output for Alfred: >> /usr/bin/ruby main.rb 10 cm in m <items><item arg='copy=0.1' uid='' valid='yes'><title>0.1</title><subtitle>Copy to clipboard.</subtitle><icon>icon.png</icon></item></items> However, when running in Alfred, it only shows the fallback
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