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  1. This snippet returns a string from current year to current second. {date:yyyyMMddhhmmss} example: 20191201162013 Can it be formatted to include milliseconds? appending "mmm" or ".mmm" does not do that.
  2. Here's a workflow that's useful for developers; it allows you to convert between timestamps and formatted datetime strings with ease. Simply type "df" followed by: "now", a UTC unix timestamp, or a formatted datetime string. This will present you with the parsed date in various formats ready to copy to your clipboard. Download
  3. Few new workflows @ https://github.com/chintanbuch/Alfred-Workflows Precise Age Calculator Convert Epoch/Unix time to readable Date Time Get Web Server Header
  4. alfreTS This is a time stamp workflow for the Alfred Application. Download the current package via dropbox. Open the alfred window then type now. The results show the current timestamp in different formats. Select a timestamp format to copy the shown timestamp to the clipboard. Paste it into any editor you like. You can define your own formats via the python strftime syntax. It is also possible to define your preferred locale setting to acquire the weekday and month names in your local language. In order to edit these settings you need to enter the settings into the script of the Script Filter inside the workflow. This can be done by editing the #commented lines. (In case you did not know how #comments work: lines with # in front will be ignored by the python interpreter and not be executed.) Please visit the projects github repository. If you are using this workflow and you happen to make a new format for timestamps please share it here. Thankyou! <( )> hug me <(^.^ )> PS: somehow I cannot add screenshots here. It says I am not allowed to link *.png files (T_T)" If you would like to see some screenshots please visit the github repository. The README.md contains two screenshots. update: new version online =) alfreTS_v0.0.201402142154.alfredworkflow Question to all users: Would you like to have an interface via the Alfred input window to edit your locale and your formats?
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