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  1. Hi, I am always trying to cut and paste bible references into my notes. But, there is almost always extra formatting carried over or it did not come out in the format that I wanted. So, I created the workflow to make it easier for me. This workflow will request Bible passages from the "Ephesians 4:14" website: http://www.4-14.org.uk/xml-bible-web-service-api. Access to this API is currently free. This workflow will request the given verse from Alfred edit line or from the current OS X selection, request the verse(s), and return it in the clipboard and a notification. You can then paste it where ever you want. You can always change the "Copy to Clipboard" box to also paste into current application. It currently allows switching between the King James Bible and the Thai King James Bible (the only ones I use.). It is working great with Thai currently, except for the name of the book is still in English. I will be working on that one. I will be adding more functionality to this workflow in the future and eventually have a full Bible study app running and controlled in Alfred. version: 1.3 Aug 17, 2013 Download: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/blob/master/AlfredBible.alfredworkflow
  2. This workflow is for keeping track of budgets and notes using the Calca.app. Calca is a great markdown editor with advance inline mathematics ability. You have to try it to really appreciate it. You can set a budget template ("calca:budget" keyword and selecting "Edit Template"), and then create budgets each month ("calca:budget" keyword and selecting "Make from Template"). The "calca:budget" keyword will also show all of the available budget files that you can edit. You can use the "calca:notes" keyword to see available notes to edit or create a new one from scratch giving the title in the Alfred command line. If you hold down the command key while pressing enter, it will paste the contents in the clipboard to the selected file. version: 1.0 Aug 5, 2013 Download: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/blob/master/CalcaToolKit.alfredworkflow
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