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  1. Hi @jl_al. I'm not seeing the same issue here. You could try checking the following: - In the workflow configuration, make sure there's an API key entered in OMDB API Key - There may be something on your network that's messing up communication to OMDB or TMDb. Try navigating to those sites in a browser to make sure you can reach them: https://www.omdbapi.com https://www.themoviedb.org
  2. Hi @Aadako, You can now copy (with command-C) the director, writer, and actors fields in version 2.16.1.
  3. Try the suggested solution(s) posted here. The issue might also be caused by a network firewall.
  4. Hi @njm. Please post your debug output. Hopefully it'll provide some hints as to why it's not working for you. Thanks.
  5. I rely on the OMDb API for RT ratings. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like they have the RT ratings for TV shows/seasons at this time.
  6. Hi @Bemawr, Check out the first post in this thread:
  7. Hi @eshmootie. Some googling makes it seem like it could be related to the python3 installation. Did you manually install python3 or are you using the version packaged with macOS? Maybe the top answer here applies to you. I assume you can reach themoviedb API from your browser (try this API url) without any SSL/cert issues? It's possible I may need to add some code to avoid this issue for certain environments, but I'm definitely not a python expert! If any python devs out there have any suggestions, please let me know.
  8. @vitor Thanks for the info. I'll remove that message from the release notes.
  9. Hi @cands, @eshmootie. I've created a new version (2.11.1). Let me know if it works for you. Thanks!
  10. I spent some time updating this workflow to work with macOS Monterey (sans Python 2). You can grab the latest version of the workflow on GitHub.
  11. Hi @kenanmike, I replied to your GitHub issue, but I'll post my reply here as well... This workflow uses The Open Movie Database as its source for RT ratings. Unfortunately, it looks like the breakdown of critic/audience ratings returns "N/A" for movies. It only returns the main tomato meter rating. As for opening the RT page, It looks like this is doable as the API now returns the RT url. This is implemented in version 2.9. Check to see that the Quick Look setting is enabled in Alfred (Alfred Preferences > Features > Previews). Then, when you search for a movie and hit return to get the details, you should be able to quick look the top item in Alfred. I've noticed that MacOS's quick look has changed the way it renders HTML over the years - and right now, the images aren't displayed. If you hit return on the top item, the page should open and display properly in your browser.
  12. Hi @Southgirl. I'm struggling to find a reason for this issue. It really seems to be a network issue. A couple more things you can try: Try hitting this URL to see if it works. Try disabling Little Snitch temporarily.
  13. Hi @Southgirl, To rule out a network issue, you could try going to https://api.themoviedb.org/3/. If you don't receive the following, it means something on your network is blocking communication: {"status_code":7,"status_message":"Invalid API key: You must be granted a valid key.","success":false} If you are still having issues, you'll have to provide more details (version of Alfred, Mac OS, python, etc) and we can try to get to the bottom of it!
  14. Hi @romebot! It's been a while since I've done anything to this workflow, but the issue should now be fixed with the new release on github. Thanks!
  15. Big thanks to @vitor for his help in enhancing this workflow. He's added the OMDb API key as a workflow environment variable as well as implemented OneUpdater (auto-updates).
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