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  1. Thanks for the reply! I'm not a programmer at all, so I'm not sure what I'm looking for in the debugging window. Really it's starting and stopping timers and selecting projects that take a long time now. I'll select stop or start and it takes like 5-7 seconds to execute that command, same for when I'm trying to assign a task to a project, it takes a few seconds for the projects list to show up and then a few more seconds for the window to disappear after I've made the selection. Or pressing Continue timer when I'm coming back from a break or switching tasks or something.
  2. this is probably my most heavily used workflow, so I've noticed in the last week or so it has gotten extremely slow to load everything. It's effectively quicker to just use the Toggl desktop app, which is much less pleasant than using this workflow. Using Mac 10.15.2.
  3. Been using Helium for a while, know of an Alfred extension to do this same thing for that app? Thanks
  4. @Yuri, @vitor Thanks so much!! Got it working. My coding knowledge is limited to basic html/css/javascript but I think I can figure out how to add a line break and markdown line to this as well. Thanks again!!
  5. The download link is not working for me.
  6. Awesome! Thanks for this! Any plans for different versions (NASB) in the future?
  7. Any updates? Still defaulting to web search after typing anything after the search keyword. USA, Latest version from packal, Yosemite.
  8. Just downloaded today, Yosemite 10.10.5, only get this error message: Starting debug for 'Notes' [ERROR: alfred.workflow.input.scriptfilter] Code 1: execution error: mkdir: /Users/dustin/Library/Caches/com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-2/Workflow Data: No such file or directory (1) [ERROR: alfred.workflow.input.scriptfilter] Code 1: execution error: mkdir: /Users/dustin/Library/Caches/com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-2/Workflow Data: No such file or directory (1)
  9. thanks so much for making this, this will help keep more more on track with my running. I'm having an issue viewing anything other than the "home" library. If I try to look at anything else other than the first menu, it quits running the workflow and my default search suggestions pop up. I just want to switch to miles instead of km. Anything I should be doing? Thanks
  10. Total newb to terminal/command line, but finally got this working, thanks! EDIT: Ok, it's working great, even on some pages that just have a youtube video embedded. But, it hasn't done this before using this script: the video keeps playing but the audio drops out, like it's buffering poorly. The buffer progress bar isn't as consistent before using this script too, it doesn't really indicate it's buffering until the whole video plays. Normal?
  11. Just came across this; theoretically, could you not pass the download url into quicktime and just open/stream the file instead of downloading it? http://www.packal.org/workflow/downvid
  12. I love watching videos (particularly youtube) in quicktime. I do this by: I use the ClickToFlash extension for Safari That lets me right click on a playing youtube video (in the HTML 5 video player) and I can (usually) click "copy video address" Open quick time Click "Open Location" (Command-L) Paste the link (the video address) Quicktime opens the video in its own window. No ads, no distractions, super quick, keep the quicktime window above other windows, etc. I'd love to have an extension that automates all of that. And then make that a universal hotkey (control-option-command-w or something) so that I can just press that hotkey on a youtube page and it opens in quicktime (and closes the youtube tab). I tried doing it with Automator too, but couldn't figure it out. Even if that were possible and then just trigger that Automator action with a hotkey would be great. Thanks!
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