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  1. Here is a Workflow to add an Event or a Todo to BusyCal. Simply use the keyword busy to add an Event, use the ⌥-modifier to make it a Todo. Direct Download GitHub
  2. NOTE: This workflow has not been updated to work with Alfred 3.0 and above, and is known to cause issues. Use at your own risk. ---- Keep all the miscellaneous crap off your Desktop by sweeping everything into a "DeskDrawer" folder, which is easily accessible from our good friend Alfred. Download DeskDrawer v1.5 [updated 25 March 2014] Okay, the idea is not completely original — I've used apps like DesktopTidy and Unclutter to achieve this, but it's amazing how simple it is to replicate the basic concept with an Alfred workflow. This is your "DeskDrawer" in Alfred (keyword "drawer", default hotkey Shift-Cmd-D). From there you can: search the list (just start typing) open an item (select it) move it back to your Desktop (option-select) reveal it in DeskDrawer/Finder (cmd-select) browse/open it in Alfred (ctrl-select) for further action. Move item to the Trash (fn-select) [NEW in 1.3] There is a file action, "Move to DeskDrawer" (as well as the keyword "move") for quickly flicking items into the Drawer. There is also the keyword "sweep" to scoop all your Desktop items into DeskDrawer in one hit. And finally, "deskrestore" will dump the contents of your DeskDrawer back on the Desktop in all its messy glory. You can also undo your last file/folder movement with the "unmove" keyword. [New in v1.5] And now you can protect certain items on your Desktop from being moved during a sweep, with either the File Action "Protect from DeskDrawer Sweep" or the keyword "protect". (Reverse this with the File Action "UnProtect from DeskDrawer Sweep" or keyword "unprotect".) [New in v1.5] And finally, for full documentation, use the keyword "deskdrawer help". [New in v1.5] I don't about the rest of you, but I like to keep my Desktop as clutter-free as possible (unlike my IRL desktop! ), so having this capability in Alfred is great. Let me know what you think, or any bugs you find. Features I'd still like to add: The ability to "protect" certain files from the "sweep" and "deskrestore" actions. [DONE in v1.5] Be able to specify the location of your DeskDrawer folder. [DONE in v1.2] Any requests? UPDATE: 1 April 2013 - v1.3 New action: "fn-select" item to Trash it. Consolidated and tidied up workflow setup panel. Support for Alleyoop auto-updater Minor cosmetic tweaks. UPDATE: 2 April 2013 - v1.4 New keyword: "move" — moves selected items to Drawer (same as the file action, but you just enter it in Alfred's main window — some people seem to prefer this approach.) UPDATE: 25 March 2014 - v1.5 New icon for DeskDrawer folder (to fit in with OS X custom folder look). DeskDrawer is now allowed on the Desktop itself. “Undo” function to reverse the last “Move” to DeskDrawer or Sweep. “Protect” specified Desktop items from being moved to the DeskDrawer during Sweeps. Fix for XML-illegal characters in filenames. More icons. Removed AlleyOop updater support. Default DeskDrawer location is now Home folder. Local documentation (keyword: deskdrawer help) Miscellaneous minor tweaks and fixes.
  3. So here's a workflow to open the current Finder window in Terminal or iTerm, depending on what you like to stick with. Also the other way round is possible. ft: open current Finder directory in Terminal tf: open current Terminal directory in Finder fi: open current Finder directory in iTerm if: open current iTerm directory in Finder For Path Finder fans: pt: open current Path Finder directory in Terminal tp: open current Terminal directory in Path Finder pi: open current Path Finder directory in iTerm ip: open current iTerm directory in Path Finder GitHub. Direct Download.
  4. Here is a workflow for bulk renaming files. You select some files either in Alfred using the File Navigator or the File Buffer and use the File Action called "Rename with BulkRename", or select the files in Finder and use the hotkey to trigger the workflow for the selected files. Once triggered, Alfred will display a preview option and a bunch of preset actions that you can select. The preview option will display the modifications that will be made for each preset action listed. Preview Here are a couple of snapshot portions of what you see when pressing the Shift key: Issues are highlighted so that you know if running a preset will work or not. Even if you run that preset, nothing will happen. Preset Actions There are 6 actions included as a sample, but you can easily create your own actions using the .list keyword. To create a new preset, type in .list <new name>. Delete a preset using Cmd+Enter Each preset is nothing but a collection of simple steps that help make the preset action possible. For e.g. when you select the Append Sequence Number preset, you will be shown the preset editor: What the above tell is that the Append Sequence Number preset is a collection of two steps: add text '_seq' at end add number from 0, at end There are added to the preset using any of the steps [+] listed. You can add any number of steps to a preset, even the same ones over and over. You can delete an added step using Cmd+Enter When you add a new step to a preset, or edit an existing step by selecting it, you will be shown the Step Node Editor as above. The above is the example for the "Number Sequence" step, and for this step you can control what the starting number is, where the number should be added, and the format (leading zeros to be added). Items with a arrow -> are variables that you can change by pressing the Tab key. To add the step, just select the first option, and that step will be added to the Preset that you were viewing before. Steps Steps are the building blocks of each preset, and currently BulkRename has the following: Find and replace: find text and replace with another, supports regex and plaintext, case sensitive and insensitive Add text: add some text at the beginning or end of the filename Add timestamp: add a timestamp at the beginning or end of the filename. Timestamp is one of current time, file created or modified time. YYYY,YY,MM,DD,hh,mm,ss can appear in the format string Convert case: switch the case of the filename to lower, upper, or title Strip text: remove x characters from the filename either at the start of end Number sequence: append a running number sequence, starting from a value that you can specify MP3 Tagger (beta): Extract MP3 tags from MP3 files Regex group extractor: Regex group pattern extractor Change Extension: Allows you to change the extension of a file Keywords The main keyword is .rename (but you would not have to type that in if you use the File Action or the Hotkey) The second one to manage all your presets is .list. .preset and .node are keywords used by the workflow directly, and there is usually no need for you to type those in directly. Download Download from here Notes This works with Python 2.7.2 last I checked Have a look at the included sample presets using the .list keyword to get a hang of how presets are made, and then create your custom ones
  5. alfred-mountain-lion-builtin-sharing ========================== Use built-in sharing introduced in Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion directly from Alfred! Description This workflow is using the amazing command line terminal-share You can call directly share command (or use a hotkey) if you just want to share a message. If you want to share a file (image, video or any other kind), you can select it using a File Action, or set a hotkey. It currently supports all services except sinaweibo,youku and tudou (I can add them in a future release). Based on the type of the selected file, services proposed will change. Here are some examples: Screenshots Download the workflow Download the workflow below and open in Alfred. Download Workflow History 1.11: Move to GitHub 1.10:fix AllayOop version1.9:Added hotkeys to call built-in facebook, twitter, imessage and email 1.8: Fix problem introduced in version 1.7 with files names with spaces1.7:Fixed a bug where image was not displayed in the sharing window1.6:Start Droplr if needed before trying to upload1.5:Added support of droplr (using cmd modifier). It will upload selected file to Droplr, and then paste at the end of the message the url. It only works with facebook, twitter, imessage and email (other services don't use message).1.4:Improve handling of special characters1.3:The terminal-share is now included is the workflow Twitter issue is fixed Minor fixes 1.2:Added abilitity to cancel file sharing by selecting the Selected file entry1.1:Support of Alleyoop1.0:Initial VersionCreditsterminal-share
  6. Notes with New Text File with Tag 4.0 Overview Easily create new tagged plain text files. Synchronize your notes by selecting a Dropbox folder as your working folder. View your notes, including tags, with an application such as nvALT. Setup You can configure the workflow anytime by typing the keyword setup-nft though you will be prompted to do it if it is the first time you run the workflow. There are 6 steps. 1. Select the Working Folder Type the name of the folder that you want to save your text files. You can select a Dropbox folder to synchronize your files. 2. Set the Preferred Extension In order to make things faster, the workflow adds the file extension automatically. Here you can set your preferred text file extension. The default is .txt. 3. Set the Journal Name Journal is a single file to easily add text with current date (default name is Journal). 4. Set the Date Format This setting will be used in every Journal entry, Prepend text to a file or Append text to a file. Select a format or use the following variables to build a custom one: $m (month as number) $mm (month) $d (day) $w (weekday) $y (year) $h (hour) $n (minute) $s (second) $f (full date and time) 5. Set the Filename Timestamp Configure a custom date format, such as $y$m$d$h$n$s, that can be easily added to a filename by using the variable $t e.g. nf #my file $t You can build a custom one in this setup step by using the following variables: $m (month as number) $mm (month) $d (day) $w (weekday) $y (year) $h (hour) $n (minute) $s (second) 6. Markdown URL ON or OFF If the topmost application is Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox or OSX Mail the workflow will append the URL to the new file; to get it in a markdown style select ON. How to use the workflow Select a text in e.g. Safari Bring Alfred and type the keyword nf Click New File from Text Selection Done! A new note will be created in the working folder, named based on the selected text, tagged with Safari (the topmost application) and with the URL appended to it. See advanced features below. Triggering Keyword nf? - shows some syntax tips along with access to the Help file (see screenshot below) Keyword setup-nft - workflow preferences Keyword nf - add content (see details below) keyword ns - search content (see details below) Hotkeys - that are 4: create a new note from text selection, create a new note from the clipboard content, add selected text to the journal and bring the search feature Fallback search - you can add this workflow to your Alfred fallback search preferences Add content: keyword nf Keyword nf overview Note: the New File from Mail Selected Messages item is displayed only if the topmost application is the Mail application. Here you can find four ways to easily create a new text file: New File from the Clipboard New File from Text Selection New Blank File New Note New File from Mail Selected Messages Note: New File from Mail Selected Messages (item 5) will be displayed only if the topmost application is the Mail application. In resume, the workflow can create a new text file with content from the clipboard (item 1), from the text selected in another application (item 2), from Messages selected in Mail (item 5) or typed directly in Alfred window (item 4). In addition, you can also create a New Blank File (item 3) that will be opened in the default text editor so you can enter the content right away. Although it is not required to type any additional text (items 1, 2, 3 and 5), this module works with the following pattern: tags#filename It means that you can enter tags (separated by comma) right after the keyword nf then type a hash sign then type the filename (in New Note the filename and the note itself are the same). For example: nf tag1,tag2#filename Advanced features Most advanced features are shared by all items displayed by the keyword nf: type tags in Alfred window separated by comma e.g. nf tag1,tag2 remove the default tag (topmost application name) by adding a minus sign at the end of the tags e.g. nf tag1,tag2- or nf - add a custom filename by typing a hash sign after the tags e.g. nf tag1,tag2#filename or #filename add a custom filename and extension e.g. nf tag1,tag2#filename.md add the filename timestamp configured in the workflow setup by using the variable $t e.g. nf tag1,tag2#filename $t add a custom timestamp to the filename using the following variables: $m (month as number), $mm (month), $d (day), $w (weekday), $y (year), $h (hour), $n (minute), $s (second) tell the workflow to not append the URL by adding “at sign” at the end e.g. nf tag1,tag2#filename.md@ or nf tag1,tag2@ or nf @ tell the workflow to not add the date in Prepend or Append text features by adding -d at the end e.g. nf #my note-d or #my note@-d hold command key to create the new file in the topmost Finder window instead of the working folder hold control key to prepend text to any file instead of create a new one: a list with your files will be loaded in Alfred so you can easily select it hold option key to append text to any file instead of create a new one: a list with your files will be loaded in Alfred so you can easily select it hold shift key to add text to your journal Mail app special feature There are two ways to take advantage of the special workflow Mail feature: by selecting a text in an email, bring Alfred, type the keyword nf then select New File from Text Selection. Use this approach if you need only some text of the email. by selecting messages in Mail, bring Alfred, type the keyword nf then select New File from Mail Selected Messages. This is the easiest way to add the entire email content. Along with the text content, the workflow will prepend a short header with the most important information about the email and it will append the message link or URL (clicking it will open the original message in Mail). Journal The Journal feature is a single file to add new text with a timestamp (current date). You can set a custom date format in the workflow setup (keyword setup-nft). To add a new Journal text: Bring Alfred and type the keyword nf Select the text content (from Clipboard, from Text Selection or New Note) Hold shift key and hit return key You can also use the Journal hotkey to easily add a new entry based on text selected in another application. Search content: keyword ns Search text files saved in the working folder: the default search includes text content, filename and tags start with c: to search content only start with n: to search filenames only start with t: to search tags only hold control key to paste the text file content direclty to the topmost application hold option key to add tags to a text file hold command key to reveal the file in Finder hit shift key to preview a text file (OSX Quick Look) hit return key to open a file the first item in Alfred is always “Show in nvALT” (if the application is installed): click it to view the results in nvALT Note that you can tag a file from the search window by holding option key. The workflow will list all openmeta recently used tags so you can easily select one. You can also create new tags separeted by comma e.g. tag1,tag2,tag3. What’s new Version 4.0 streamlined features focused on content creation keyword nf instead of newf keyword ns instead of news prepend or append text to any file in working folder custom date format that will be used in Journal, Prepend and Append features custom filename timestamp ($t) that can be used to create a filename easily add text from Mail app (selected or all email content) along with basic email information and link or URL select plain URL or Markdown URL format workflow preferences and initial setup within Alfred keyword nf? for Help within Alfred too you can tag any file from search feature: type ns keyword, highlight a file, hold option key and hit return: a list of openmeta recent tags will be displayed in Alfred (select one or create new tags separated by commas) New Note now works more like the other features: tags#note here or #note here improved search module (keyword ns) add a custom timestamp to the filename using variables fn key is not used by default due wired Apple keyboards workflow update to Alfred 2.0.3 (187) removed Copy Text File from Finder Version 3.0 Create a new file in Finder (hold control key) Optionally add a file extension (see Help for details) Version 2.8 Paste a note to the topmost application (e.g. start a search, select a note, hold fn key and press Return)Version 2.7 Select a default extension (.txt or .md) Faster searching feature New icons Version 2.5 Alfred Fallback search (you have to add it to your fallback search list) Add @ at the end to not add the URL Version 2.0 Journal (add text to a custom text file) Search notes within Alfred nvALT support Alleyoop workflow support Download Version 4.0 Release date: 29 May 2013 Made in OS X 10.8.3 Supports Alleyoop 2 Download now PS: thank you twinpeaks for your feedback PS: post wrote in Byword and converted using Markdown to BBCode workflow
  7. s3cmd Toolkit This workflow gives the ability to upload files to Amazon S3 using the s3cmd commandline function. You can download the s3cmd utility at http://s3tools.org/s3cmd. I added a copy of the s3cmd in the workflow. You will need to setup the s3 credentials from a terminal opened to the workflow area. Please refer to the s3cmd website for configuration instructions. With the addition to the "s3c:list" keyword, this is now a full upload/download client for s3! Check it out! Here are the currently defined keywords and file actions: "s3c:copydir" This keywork allows you to pick a directory that contains videos (mp4|mov). The videos will be copied to the corresponding directory on s3. Make sure to set the base directory using "s3c:base". "s3c:base" You use this keyword to set the base directory for s3. It should be the format of "s3://<bucket>/directory/..". "s3c:target" This keyword is used to set a target directory under the base directory to copy individual files to s3 using the file action. "s3c:webheader" This keyword is used to set a web header for getting a web friendly url to an item in your s3. "s3c:sbase" This will show the base directory in a notification. "s3c:starget" This will show the target directory in a notification. "s3c:swebheader" This will show the header to make a web friendly address in a notification. "s3c:copy file" This file action will copy the file in the Alfred browser to the base and target directory on s3. "s3c:list" This keyword action allows you to browse your S3 directory. If you hit “cmd-enter” on an item, it will download it to your Download directory. If you hit “alt-enter” on an item, it will set that directory as your target directory for uploading files. If you hit “ctl-enter” on an item, it will push a web facing friendly url for that item in to the clipboard. If you hit “shift-enter” on an item, it will set the items directory as the base directory for future browsing. If you hit “function-enter” on an item, you can move the item to a new name or location. It will prompt for the new location with a copy of the original item twice. You change the second one. If you start typing after the keyword, your selection will be reduced to selections that match what you type. "s3c:configure" This keyword will open a terminal and start the configuration process for the s3cmd command line tool. This has to be done before using the other commands. You can download it here: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/blob/master/s3cmdToolkit.alfredworkflow You can see all of my workflows here: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/ November 18, 2014 Version: 1.2 Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/s3cmd-toolkit
  8. If you use AppDelete to Backup or Uninstall Applications on OS X, you may like this Workflow. You can use a Hotkey or the Alfred Command "uninstall" to send the selected Application to AppDelete. When you hit ENTER, AppDelete will open up. And of course, it uses AlleyOOP for Updates Download here... Changelog: 1.2: Updated download URL for AlleyOOP and MonkeyPatcher. 1.1: Added 'File action, like in Jonas Eriksen's 'AppCleaner' Workflow'. 1.0: Initial Release
  9. Here is Todo. My version of a todo list management workflow using Alfred. This allows you to add quick entries to a list of todo items, view them, delete one or all of them, and highlights items that have been pending too long Detailed documentation is available at GitHub. Getting Started Keywords: todo this is the main keyword, and lets you get started todo <new task> will add a new task todo will display the list of tasks todo # will display the list of tags add <new task> will add a new task done will show you all items that have been marked as done clear to remove items Adding todo items Typing add a new task will create a new task titled 'a new task'. This will be tagged #default Typing todo #work sign off document will create a task titled 'sign off document' and tagged #work Typing add !! this is sticky will create a pinned item titled 'this is sticky', tagged #default When adding items, add and todo keywords are interchangeable, although the key difference is add allows you to add items with the title twice; todo provides a more informative feedback on screen If you wish to load todo items in bulk, use the import keyword, described later below under Advanced Options Hotkey Support: If you set a hotkey (Alfred removes configured hotkeys when you install a workflow) by opening up the workflow, then you can use the hotkey to import the selected item in Mac OS. e.g. select some text, press the hotkey, and the selected text will be parsed and added as a todo item ---- Select this entire line of text and trigger the hotkey to create a pinned item, tagged !! #forum Command modifiers: Pressing fn key when selecting an item will enable edit mode for that item - this works for both todo items and tagsIn edit mode, use the same syntax that you use to create a new todo - e.g. #newtag new todo text. Todo will identify which portion you need to change and update them accordingly Pressing Shift will allow you to mark an item as done. You can view all done items with the done keyword Pressing Cmd will help you delete either a todo item, and all items that match a specific tag Pressing Alt will help you list out all items that match the currently selected items tag Pressing Ctrl will help you pin/unpin a todo item. Pinned items will always be displayed first (they can be deleted as usual) If you press the Tab key against a todo item, you will be shown all todo items with the matching tag Pressing Enter will copy the text content of a todo item to the clipboard Download Download the workflow from here and give it a try. This theme works well with the workflow. Documentation Detailed documentation is available at GitHub. Screenshots Default todo setup with a few items: What's new? 26 April 2013 - v2.2 Beta support for Remember the Milk. Read about it in this post.
  10. I created a workflow to display the current date and time in a configurable format. Pressing enter will copy to clipboard. You can also add and subtract time. Examples: date 3w: today + 3 weeks date -2y: today - 2 years date 2m -5d: today + 2 months - 5 days View GitHub for more details. Direct Download.
  11. Helps you lookup what shell commands mean using http://explainshell.com. Your OS X installation should have PHP 5.3.3 or newer installed. Lion or Mountain Lion should meet the minimum requirements. If not, you can install the latest version of PHP with MacPorts or Homebrew. Download! Requires Alfred 2 and the Powerpack. Updates can be found and installed using Monkey Patch, or the older Alleyoop (discontinued).
  12. First of all, credit due to @phyllisstein and his suggestion and workflow for Alleyoop. This workflow is just my personal take on a workflow updater based on Alleyoop, made for fun. Keyword is mp, then select an option listed. Listing compatible workflows will display all workflows with Alleyoop support: Checking for updates will list all available updates, you can Download all of them, or each one individually. Downloads are saved to your Downloads folder. Information related to workflow updates are cached for a day/until the next time you log in. Use the reset cache option to clean this up so you can force an update check. View log will open the folder that contains the Monkey Patch log. Download from here.
  13. Today i found the "Encode selected Movie with Finder" in my OS X Mountain Lion Services Menu. So i decided to make an Alfred Workflow of this nice OS X 10.8+ Feature. I assume it uses QuickTime to encode the movies, so not 3rd Party Software is needed. You can assign a Hotkey to open the encode Dialog for the selected Movies and you can use the Keyword "encode" in Alfred. When you hit ENTER, the following Dialog opens up After the encoding is finished, a Push Notification will be sent. And of course, it uses AlleyOOP for Updates Download here... Changelog: 1.0: Initial Release
  14. I have created a Workflow for searching the official RealBasic Documentation Wiki. This Workflow is a simple modification of the Wikipedia workflow (alternate) by Benzi. To use it, just type rbw, followed by the search query. Then select the fitting result and hit enter to open the Website in your standard Browser. For example rbw f (see Screenshot below). You can download it here: Download I've also implemented the AlleyOOP-Update Files. Thanks to phyllisstein
  15. Searches Redbox for movies to rent. Supports autocomplete. Your OS X installation should have PHP 5.3.3 or newer installed. Lion, Mountain Lion and Mavericks should meet the minimum requirements. If not, you can install the latest version of PHP with MacPorts or Homebrew. Download! Requires Alfred 2 and the Powerpack. Updates can be found and installed using Monkey Patch, or the older Alleyoop (discontinued).
  16. Hello, fellow workers of flow! I've just thrown together a new workflow for managing your Downloads folder. Right now, it lists recent downloads, allowing you to open them (press Return), delete them (press Ctrl+Return), set their OpenMeta tags (press ⌥+Return, enter a list separated by spaces), and set their Finder label colors (press ⌘+Return). You can download it here. Be sure to let me know if anything breaks!
  17. I just created a workflow to help me use ExpanDrive. Currently, ExpanDrive has no way to generate a web facing link to the S3, FTP, SFTP, etc site. With this workflow, you can create that link into the clipboard. The keywords are: ed:wdir - Set the web facing directory name. ed:edir - Set the ExpanDrive directory name. Then, when you press the hotkey for it, it will take the current OSX selection (Finder or Path Finder) and create the proper reference and pass it into the clipboard. I will be adding more items to the workflow as I use ExpanDrive and see what else to do. You can get ExpanDrive from their website: http://www.expandrive.com/ You can get the workflow here: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/blob/master/ExpanDriveToolkit.alfredworkflow
  18. Alfred Workflow to open Chrome's current tab in Firefox by using 'ff' keyword. I use it in web development to check if a website is looking good in Firefox. Download Github
  19. Hey everybody, it's your old pal Daniel. I just wanted to share a workflow that I threw together this morning. I've gotten a number of requests for an alp tutorial that walks one through the process of making a workflow with Alfred 2 and alp one step at a time, and I needed a sample to look at as I was working. And lo, "Yourls Stats" was born. It's not especially complex, but it makes use of many of alp's more advanced features—some of which got slightly rewritten as I worked—to do something marginally useful. I thought I'd get it out there in advance of writing the tutorial to see if it had any lingering bugs. Enter "ystat" (or a keyword of your choice) to trigger the workflow. The first time you invoke it, it'll need to be configured; go to your Yourls admin site's "Tools" page and copy your secret signature token, then enter "ystat url=mysite.ly signature=0123456789" into Alfred. You'll note that the workflow guesses the location of the API PHP as you type, and that the feedback item won't be valid till both values are entered. Once they are, hit Return. Your signature token will be stored securely in the Keychain, your URL in cleartext in the workflow's settings JSON. Alfred will pop back up with your custom keyword already entered and begin downloading your Yourls data. Enter a query to search fuzzily through the links' titles and short keywords, and press Return to copy a link to the clipboard. You can download the workflow here, and, as always, do let me know if it breaks.
  20. Looks up the location information for your specific location (or, where your provider connects to the Internet), or for a given IP address. Your OS X installation should have PHP 5.3.3 or newer installed. Lion or Mountain Lion should meet the minimum requirements. If not, you can install the latest version of PHP with MacPorts or Homebrew. Download! Requires Alfred 2 and the Powerpack. Updates can be found and installed using Monkey Patch, or the older Alleyoop (discontinued).
  21. Searches Packagist for PHP packages that can be used with Composer. Your OS X installation should have PHP 5.3.3 or newer installed. Lion or Mountain Lion should meet the minimum requirements. If not, you can install the latest version of PHP with MacPorts or Homebrew. Download! Requires Alfred 2 and the Powerpack. Updates can be found and installed using Monkey Patch, or the older Alleyoop (discontinued).
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