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  1. Hey guys, I didn't find anything similar on packal.org, so I decided to make my own. This is my first ever Alfred workflow. I would appreciate for any feedback! https://github.com/khamza85/alfred-totalspaces2
  2. TotalSpaces.alfredworkflow http://bit.ly/1yABrxe I need help in setting up 'Totalspaces workflow'. However, I am having problems following instructions. I have downloaded the Ruby API. Everytime I plug in the command under point 2 in terminal - I get 'command not found'. That's the first point and the second point is what to do after downloading the 'ruby api' file. Look forward to your help. You'll need to buy Alfred's Powerpack, as only it supports workflows. Then you'll need to buyTotalSpaces 2, as the ruby API for it works only for licensed version and is disabled for trial. Both those apps are worth it and could enhance your workflows significantly even if you're not using Spaces You need to install TotalSpaces gem: [sudo] gem install totalspaces2 Maybe I would make it work from the scratch using bundler or whatsoever, but hey. Clone this repo into workflows folder of your Alfred's Preferences or download and double click on it.
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