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  1. Hi, ive created my first workflow for check the value, and go to CoinMarketCap.com to check out with more details the crypto. https://www.buymeacoffee.com/post/edit/720053 https://www.buymeacoffee.com/post/edit/720053 https://www.buymeacoffee.com/post/edit/720053 https://www.buymeacoffee.com/post/edit/720053 Configure the api_key that you can get from https://coinmarketcap.com/api/ and set variable on alfred. To use just type 'crypto btc' or 'crypto bitcoin' just like the screenshoot.
  2. I kept finding myself writing one-off scripts to feed my indecision and make a random choice. I wrote this workflow to automate my indecision. Download | Source Some of these keywords are duplicates of existing workflows, but I wanted to have all my RNGs in one workflow. Feel free to disable any keywords you don’t want or need. Oh, and you don’t have to worry about downloading a light or dark version of the workflow. The icons adjust automatically based on your theme as soon as you start using the workflow. See alfred-icons for more information about how this works. Usage choose Enter a comma separated list of values and pick one at random. roll Roll a die. Enter the number of sides, and have a random number chosen. rand At its simplest, rand just an alias of roll. For example, rand 20 and roll 20 both do the same thing. However, you can define a lower and upper limit with rand. Example usage: rand 20 rand 10-20 rand 50 70 rand 100..1000 flip Flip a coin: heads or tails. should Like flip, but with a yes or no response instead.
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