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  1. Hey Clinton - I'm sure you have better things to do! I tried to debug your original workflow, but eventually gave up. I do a bit of Ruby development and use rbenv, and I think the issue might be with the version of Ruby I'm running and how it implements the 'Open3' module (although maybe that is a symptom, not the cause). Actually, if you could tell me which ruby version you're using with the workflow, maybe I could try specifying that in rbenv, and see if it changes anything. If you decide to go the websockets/extensions route, or just tweak the existing version, I will gladly tes
  2. Well, I got desperate (did I mention that I REALLY LOVE this workflow?) and ended up writing my own version in AppleScript. It only works with Chrome, because that's all I really need it for, but I may try to add other browsers sometime in the future. A warning: this is my first foray in AppleScript and only my second workflow, so it probably is terrible and will crash and not work for you. You have been warned. Known bug! If you have a Google Search open in a tab, it will not show up in the filter results. I'm not sure if this is because Google is using some proprietary Chrome API wh
  3. Realized I could have been more helpful in my previous post. Here's the output of the error log. I already updated the Adobe Unit Types.osax file and restarted my machine, but that did not help. Looks like maybe it's the system Ruby version in Yosemite that's doing it? I am not sure. [ERROR: alfred.workflow.input.scriptfilter] Code 1: /Users/will/Google Drive/Synced Settings/Alfred2/Alfred.alfredpreferences/workflows/user.workflow.85921167-2BF3-45F1-8D2C-9445EC8F2D4F/browser_tabs/applescript_utils.rb:30:in `block in osascript': AppleScript error: 2015-01-08 09:59:57.716 osascript[606:6233] A
  4. Just wanted to bump this topic and see if there's a new version that works on OSX Yosemite? I love this workflow, it saves me a ton of time. Currently when I start typing the query (beyond "tabs"), it fails to search for anything.
  5. I found myself often converting hours & minutes to a decimal format when creating invoices. This workflow simply does that calculation and copies it to the clipboard. Type in the keyword, then hours:minutes to get that amount of time in decimal (rounded to the nearest hundredth). For example, 6 hours and 38 minutes: dtime 6:38 Copies 6.63 to clipboard. http://static.etling.com/assets/decimal_time_workflow.zip
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