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  1. A better unit converter Download V0.6 contact thijs@designandsuch.com for questions, bugs, ideas and such try out the demo There are more unit converters available. but i didn't like the lack of speed due to the feeds. Thus i redid one myself which calculates everything on your mac. It fetches new currency data once in a while.. that's the only time when a second delay might appear. And in my humble opinion it's already better than all other unit converters around. I might add more units in the future but so far it has: - 7 units temperature ( celsius, kelvin, fahrenheit etc. ) - 21 units on length ( km, miles, nautical miles etc. ) - 15 units on weight ( kg, lb, etc. ) - 8 units on time ( days, hours, years months etc ) - 18 units on digital memory ( GB, MB TB bytes, kilobytes etc ) - 5 units on speed ( km/h, miles per hour etc. - 90 units on currencies ( euro, dollar, pounds, dinar etc. ) that's 164 units It has a nice blind rating system. so the more you choose for one answer, the more it will be likely that that one shows up in the suggestions. Automatic updates from a currency xml file I am working on an automatic update on the whole workflow so i could add new features while you use it. But that is not finished yet.. and i thought.. let's start sharing maybe ill get some nice feedback for possible cool ideas. * designed the icons myself, probably could work some more on those too. it doesn't need explanation... if you'll just start typing "5 kilometer to miles..." or something you will figure out how it works. some screenshots:
  2. Hi everybody, I've created a simple but (i hope) useful currency converter; this workflow support simple and complex queries like: currency € -- Current EUR/USD exchange currency € £ -- Current EUR/GBP exchange currency 12 € -- Convert 12 EUR to USD currency 12€ £ -- Convert 12 EUR to GBP currency 12 € £ -- Convert 12 EUR to GBP currency 12 EUR £ -- Convert 12 EUR to GBP currency 12 EUR to £ -- Convert 12 EUR to GBP currency from 12 € to GBP -- Convert 12 EUR to GBP currency to GBP from 3€ -- Convert 3 EUR to GBP currency to GBP 3€ -- Convert 3 EUR to GBP Here the github repository: https://github.com/BigLuck/alfred2-currencyconverter And the .alfredworkflow direct download link: https://github.com/BigLuck/alfred2-currencyconverter/raw/master/Currency%20Converter.alfredworkflow
  3. Hey guys, I was looking for a quick workflow that converts ISO to RFC time. Similar to this website: http://coderstoolbox.net/unixtimestamp/ I tried looking into the code but no luck. Can anyone help?
  4. Hi everyone, Here's a very small workflow to convert a (lovely) PNG image to a (lovely) ICNS icon file (that you can use for your node.js app, for example). Import the workflow from -> the github repository Make a (lovely) 1024x1024 PNG image, Select it in the Finder, Hit CMD + ALT + CTRL + i (like "Image") Et voilà! You can also use the bash script, with more options (png2icns.sh). Enjoy!
  5. Alfred unit converter is a really fast smart calculator for Alfred with support for unit conversions to make it a bit comparable to the Google Calculator and Wolfram Alpha. If new units and/or other names for units should be added please let me know by creating an issue at:https://github.com/WoLpH/alfred-converter/issues Example queries Downloadable from Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/unit-converter 1m in cm # Just a simple conversion 2^30 byte # Using powers before conversion 5' # Converting units with special characters 20" # Like above 5 * cos(pi + 2) # Executing mathematical functions 5 * pi + 2 mm in m # Mathematical constants with unit conversion 1 * cos(pi/2) - sin(pi^2) # More advanced mathematical expressions ln(e^10) # Testing the ln(x) alias of log _e(x) log(e^10) # The normal log method 5+3^2" in mm # Testing math with unit conversion 1 + 2 / 3 * 4) mm^2 in cm^2 # Unbalanced paranthesis with unit conversion ((1 + 2 / 3 * 4) mm^2 in cm^2 # Unbalanced paranthesis the other way inf - inf # Not actually possible, but we backtrack to "inf" The list of units and conversions was downloaded from:http://w3.energistics.org/uom/poscUnits22.xml It returns results within 50 milliseconds making it fast enough to use the results instead of the standard alfred calculator. It supports more too Note: the parser automatically works when you start with a number or a ".". For all other cases (functions for example) it's best to just use "=". For example: "=ln(e^5)"
  6. Hey girls and guys, I just finished the rewrite of my old ASCII Converter extension. With this workflow you can convert a string of characters into their ASCII code values and vice versa. You can convert from and to hexadecimal, binary and decimal. The results will be displayed as soon as you run the workflow and copied to your clipboard when you press enter. You can either enter a string or just use your clipboard content. You can download it here: http://blog.kudusch.de/post/45752933020 Changelog: Version 1.1 -fixes a rather stupid bug where the conversion for hex would not be in hexadecimal, but in hexal Version 1.0 -rewritten as an Alfred 2 workflow -detection of input
  7. What? Synopsis: If you are regularly attending meetings where people from different countries need to join and you need a quick and easy way to check a future date in all the time zones, wouldn't you love just saying "April 17 10am london to paris,germany,india" And boom. You would know what date and time April 17 10am is in paris, germany and india? Every timezone calculator I've used so far either have clunky drop down menus or, like google time search, only works with current dates, not future dates. Not very helpful. Read on. This workflow does just that. Features: 1) enter your own shortcuts for long timezones (there is a convenience code mapping in a file you can extend) 2) enter full timezones 3) enter cities,countries not part of above and it will use Google to convert it to a timezone (best guess) 4) allows you to enter many destinations at once (tzc 10am md to paris,london,czech,algeria) Download Download link Current version of workflow 1.4 Changelog May 5 2013: Released v1.4 - fixed bugs. Removed dependency on DateTime - easier to install for non dev. users. No xcode etc. needed. The workflow should work without any additional installation steps (or so I hope) May 4 2013: Released v1.3 -added Google api integration, added explicit instructions on install pre-requisites April 18 2013: Original version Keyword tzc How This is an easy to use time zone converter with multiple tz support. Specifically, I often have 'meeting scheduling requirements' with customers from all around the world. So someone asks me 'hey are you ok with a meeting on April 17th at 10am london time?' and then given that I want to make sure that time is ok with me as well as my team members who are in different countries, I need to quickly calculate what that means in different timezones. tzc to the rescue Most available calculators are cumbersome, or, don't handle multiple zones, etc. so I wrote my own All you need to do for the above is, in alfred type "tzc April 17 10am london to paris,germany,india" and boom - you will have what this means to folks in paris, germany and india. Alternately, you can just say "tzc 10am london to paris, germany, india" to skip date. Many other options - see help file in the worflow Here you are converting 10AM maryland to paris and bogotia. Note the different icon for Bogota. This means, bogota was not recognized and it did a google API matching to resolve the timezone Here is an example of a future date + time conversion Note that this workflow requires some perl modules to be installed, so if it does not find them, it will tell you. See below for installation instructions Also, in that workflow folder, there is a file called mycities.inc - you can assign shortnames to timezones so you don't have to remember long timezone names (london,paris,germany examples are all shortnames defined in mycities.inc - extend it to add your own). To edit the shortnames "tzc edit" To get help, "tzc help" Troubleshooting (if things don't work) This workflow needs two perl modules to be installed. They are Date::Parse & LWP::UserAgent. You *should* already have them installed but if the workflow is telling you one of these modules are missing, read on: Step 1: Launch a terminal Step 2: Check if you have both Date::Parse and LWP::UserAgent installed In the terminal, type and then If either of them generate an error, you need to follow the next steps. If neither of the above produce any output, you have them installed already. Enjoy the workflow - you don't need to follow the rest of the steps. Step 3: Type in It may ask you lots of questions, just go with defaults/yes. Get to a point where you get a cpan> prompt Then type, one by one To make sure, exit cpan, launch a terminal and repeat step 2 to make sure these don't print any errors. If none of these result in an error, you are all set. Comments, feedback welcome. Its possible I am not leveraging some cool things in Alfred - feel free to point them out to me as well.
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