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  1. This is my error : [ERROR: input.scriptfilter] JSON error: JSON text did not start with array or object and option to allow fragments not set. in JSON: input the {"items":[]} "input the" is the result of code "echo $userInput This Alfred node, runs a script called search.rb. I've screen shotted it below as well. The script calls all redbooth API's(a project management app) Projects, Tasklists and tasks. It then runs a loop through each item and looks for titles that match the user input/ARGV. I have run the script locally in my terminal and the script re
  2. I'd like to request the ability to have different types of arguments. you could have one type be 'iterator' which iterates through the argument data presented, processing each delimited entitiy as if the invoked action were called with just that string as the argument you could have another type be 'multi-var' which permits one to pass multiple independent strings to a workflow, which could be referenced as elements of an array, or enumerated strings, or whatever. this would be backwards compatible, since existing workflows would still be using the string typed handler, which wo
  3. Hey, I was wondering if there was a good way to leverage the search autocomplete via PHP. I am looking to add easy timezone support to my workflow (based on these timezones — http://www.php.net/manual/en/timezones.php). I would like to make a PHP array with autocomplete suggestions for the user to make it easier for them to set the timezone. I believe I could use PHP's levenshtein function to find the closest matches to the input, but was wondering if there is a better way of doing this before passing it to the script to save to the JSON config file. I would like, if possible, to first
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