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  1. Parsers Greek and Latin parsers for Alfred Version: 2.0 Download at Packal This is a somewhat specialized workflow, but for those who read Greek and Latin, it will likely prove beneficial. This workflow uses the Perseus parsing backend to allow full parsing of both Greek and Latin terms. Simply use the keyword parse followed by the unknown Greek or Latin word. Parsers will automatically fetch all of the parsing data from Perseus, munch it up, and offer you all of the possible parsings via Alfred's elegant UI. If you would like a bit more information, Parsers adds two actions for any selected parsing. Using cmd+return, you can view a HUD of the parsing data chosen, pretty printed, and have that data copied to the clipboard. Greek: Latin: Alternatively, you can use shift+return to view a HUD of the lexicon entry for that parsing term, and this lexicon data will also be copied to the clipboard (NOTE: Parsers will attempt to display the lexicon entry from the most concise lexicon available for the chosen term). Greek: Latin: Let me know if you have any further feature suggestions. And enjoy your Greek and Latin, stephen
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