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  1. Usage Type rr <start> to <destination> in Alfred to find route options. Get Autocomplete suggestions as you type. The search results are displayed one route at a time. Hit Tab key to cycle through all available routes. The first item is the route description, and you can select that option to view full details on the rome2rio web site, or press the Shift key for a preview The items that follow make up the various stops and segments of the trip - press Shift to get a map displayed highlighting the start and end points of each sgement. To reset your search, hit Cmd + Enter on a route description. Or just type rr <start> to <destination> again to begin a new search Download Download from here Notes Powered by rome2rio.com API v1.2 Requires Python 2.x and an active Internet connection If you want to disable autocomplete, open the workflow's script filter node, and change the command to --query from --query-autocomplete (more notes inside the script filter)
  2. Google Maps Route WorkflowThis workflow calculates the route from the current location, a contact from your address book or a specified location to either the current location, a contact from your address book or a specified location. The scripts are written in python and use the pre-installed objective-c bridge pyobjc to search the address book and determine the current location with CoreLocation. Because of this, OS X will display messages that ask for the permission to use CoreLocation and AddressBook. Requirements:The scripts use the shipped python version and the nice alfred module by nikipore (included). Because of the usage of OS X APIs there are requirements for the OS X version. I developed and tested the workflow on 10.8.4 and 10.9.1, but perhaps older versions are also working (feedback?). If you want to use Apple as a map vendor you need OS X 10.9 Usage Simply type "route" followed by the first or last name of a contact or a custom location and choose the right one from the list. You can also specify two addresses in the same manner to calculate a route between the two. If your custom address or the contact name include spaces, you'll need to put quotes around it. You can configure the map vendor using route-pref. Download You can either download the workflow from Packal or have a look on the GitHub repository http://packal.org/workflow/google-maps-routes https://github.com/abyth/google-maps-route-workflow Version This is a new version of the "route to contact or address" workflow which can be found here in the forum. I decided to create another topic and a new Packal file, because the new features do not fit to the old name. You can find the version changes either on the Packal page, or in the GitHub commits
  3. Route to contact or location This workflow calculates the route from the current location to a contact from your address book, or a specified location with Google Maps. The scripts are written in python and use the pre-installed objective-c bridge pyobjc to search the address book and determine the current location with CoreLocation. Because of this, OS X will display messages that ask for the permission to use CoreLocation and AddressBook. Requirements: The scripts use the shipped python version and the nice alfred module by nikipore (included). Because of the usage of OS X APIs there are requirements for the OS X version. I developed and tested the workflow on 10.8.4, 10.9.0 and 10.9.1, but perhaps older versions are also working (feedback?). Usage: Simply type "route" followed by the first or last name of a contact and choose the right one from the list. You can also just type an address to which you want the route to be calculated. Download: You can download the workflow from Packal https://github.com/abyth/alfred-route-contact-workflow Feel free to submit error reports or feature requests Important!: After implementing new features, the workflow title was sufficient anymore. You can find the new version here in the forum History 1.1Fixed index bugs regarding multiple addresses per contact 1.0Initial release
  4. Hi there, I am very new to alfred and I needed a google map workflow. based on Derick Fay's Rome2Rio workflow, I adapted it for gmap. That's a very quick one so maybe you could improve it basically just type : gmap <starting point> : set your starting point then it pops up for a destination And there you go feel free to do anything you want to improve it hope this helps DOWNLOAD : https://www.dropbox.com/s/2bl2ue4zh0lka5v/Google%20Maps.alfredworkflow
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