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  1. Critical update to v3.1 on 2017-11-02 (Yahoo! Finance API is dead) Alfred-Convert v3 Yet another conversion workflow. Main features: Works offline, so super fast (occasional web access required to update exchange rates) Many hundreds of units supported 1000+ currencies supported, including cryptocurrencies Custom, user-defined units Auto-updates Downloading Download from GitHub. Usage The syntax is simple: the quantity, the unit you want to convert from then the unit you want to convert to. For example: conv 128 mph km conv 72in cm conv 100psi bar conv 20.5 m/s mph Please see the README on GitHub for full instructions. Supported units Currently, Alfred-Convert supports all the units understood by the underlying Pint library plus a handful of additional units and 1000+ currencies. You can see a list of the supported currencies on the GitHub page. Adding custom units You can also add your own custom units. Use convinfo to open the unit definition file and the documentation describing how the definition format. If you have a unit you think should be included by default, please create a corresponding GitHub issue or ask in this thread.
  2. Apologies for what is a pretty basic question for most people in this forum, but does anybody know how to click a menu item that contains quotation marks? More specifically, in the Mail app, I would like to take one of my mailboxes offline (as opposed to taking them all offline). However, the menu items include quotation marks around the name of each mailbox. For example, from the menu's hierarchy, the menu might look something like the following: Mailbox Online Status Take "GMAIL" Offline Take "AOL" Offline Take "Hotmail" Offline Take "Prodigy" Offline Under this setup, what should my applescript look like if I wanted to click the GMAIL option? I've tried the following code below, but it doesn't work. if application "Mail" is running then activate application "Mail" tell application "System Events" tell process "Mail" click menu item "Take \"GMAIL\" Offline" of menu 1 of menu item "Online Status" of menu 1 of menu bar item "Mailbox" of menu bar 1 end tell end tell else display notification "To take a mailbox offline, Mail must be open." with title "Mail - Not Open" end if I suspect I screwed up how to deal with quotation marks in the string, but I can't seem to figure it out. I've tried adding more slashes and moving them around, but I haven't had any luck. I'm a newbie, so thanks for any help you can lend!!
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