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  1. Another user on V2EX said it's not working on 10.11.1 either.
  2. Looks like it's caused by 10.11 El Capitan. Right now I'm not ready to upgrade to the beta of El Capitan. I'm going to wait for the official release on 30th September. So I will check this issue after that.
  3. Is your system 10.11 GM? Another user with 10.11 system reported same issue to me. But it works good on my 10.10.5 system with iTunes 12.3.0.44.
  4. Hi Memo, Please take the following steps to send the log to me, so that I can find out what's wrong with the workflow in your machine. 1. Open Alfred Preferences, locate to this workflow. 2. There is a bug button at the top right corner of this workflow's design area. Click the bug icon to toggle debugging mode. (It will look like this: http://i.imgur.com/kjvTbBd.png) 3. Set the debugger to log All information instead of only Interesting Information. 4. Bring up the Alfred window using the hotkey, and run the Switch command to switch account. 5. Some information will show in the debugger after running the command. Copy and email them to me. Also please email me your Mac OS X version and iTunes version. Thanks.
  5. New version available now. Sorry for the delay, I've been so busy lately.
  6. Yeah, iTunes 12.2 has some UI changes that breaks this workflow. I'm on a trip now so I will fix it some days later when I get back.
  7. Sorry for my late reply. Somehow I forgot to follow this topic. It's actually a "feature" I thought can prevent user entering invalid account. But I didn't know Apple ID could be not an email address. Your account must be registered long time ago. I'm not planning to release a new version right now to remove this "feature" since it's a rare case. You can fix it manually: 1. Download new "switch.py": http://cl.ly/Zc1K/switch.py 2. In Alfred Preferences, right click this workflow, and click "Show in Finder". 3. Replace old "switch.py" with new "switch.py".
  8. Please "Delete all accounts" first, and reinstall the new version. v1.1: http://cl.ly/U4Aw
  9. Oh, I'm so sorry. That was a mistake. At first, I stored passwords in the json file in order to test this workflow. But in the end I forgot to remove these code from the script. I've updated a new version to fix it. Thank you so much for pointing out.
  10. This workflow allows you to switch between multiple Apple accounts quickly and easily in iTunes, App Store and iBooks. Also it can automatically turn on iTunes Match (iCloud Music Library) for you after switching (when available). Passwords will only be stored in Keychain. Keywords switch - Switch between Apple accounts in iTunes, App Store and iBooks fill - Autofill the password of your Apple account to the current input area Download v1.5: http://cl.ly/cFsl v1.4: http://cl.ly/YC2k v1.3: http://cl.ly/Xqnl v1.2: http://cl.ly/U5YK v1.1: http://cl.ly/U4Aw v1.0: http://cl.ly/U4KK What’s new Version 1.5 (2015-08-16) - Compatible with iTunes 12.2. - For users who use multiple input languages, now it can change input language to English before switching and autofilling to prevent entering non-ASCII characters, and switch back to previous input language when done. (Thanks to https://github.com/ybian/smartim) - Support non-email Apple ID. Version 1.4 (2014-10-23) - Update to OS X Yosemite's icons and fix some small bugs on Yosemite. Version 1.3 (2014-10-02) - Fix an issue that account and password would be entered into wrong fields in Mac App Store on OS X 10.10 Yosemite. Version 1.2 (2014-02-24) - New keyword "fill" to type in Apple account passwords for you automatically. Version 1.1 (2014-02-23) - Fix a mistake that passwords are stored in the configuration file. Packal address http://www.packal.org/workflow/apple-account-switcher Note: Technically, it should be able to support all system languages. But if it doesn't work with your system language, please contact me.
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