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  1. So I have this Python script: #!/usr/bin/python # -*- coding: iso-8859-15 -*- import os import subprocess p = subprocess.Popen(['pbcopy'], stdin=subprocess.PIPE) p.stdin.write("٭") p.stdin.close() p.wait() os.system("osascript -e 'tell application \"System Events\" to keystroke \"v\" using {command down}'") If I run that from the Terminal, it outputs the funky little star ("٭") to the console. I've tried putting that exact same Python script into a workflow, though, and using the hotkey only ever outputs "Ÿ≠" instead. What am I doing wrong? =-Peter -- peter rogers @ home | http://www.peterrogers.info When I was 23 myself, it amazed me that T.S. Eliot had written "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" at 23. Now it makes more sense to me, because of the refrain "There will be time..." Only a young person really believes that, I think. -- 'docbrite' on LiveJournal
  2. Hi all - I'm a brand new Alfred user and love it already, and would like to get some of the love going on around the company I work at. I have a working bash script: #!/bin/bash cd $REPOS/$1 git checkout master git pull git checkout $2 git pull git merge master echo $PATH CMD="mate ." $CMD Which works when I go to the directory and do ./script.sh [repo] [branch] But converting it to read repo branch <<< "{query}" cd $REPOS/$repo git checkout master git pull git checkout $branch git pull git merge master CMD="mate ." $CMD And nothing happens. Could someone help me out and tell me what am I missing here....?
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