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Hi guys, Just now getting into coding and got a wild hair and bought Alfred! It's been incredible! I like to take the youtube transcript from videos and follow along for easier note taking. I know very little about coding and just made my first workflow to open a pdf search the query (it took all day). In other words, I could really use some help. Here are the steps I use to turn the transcript into a word document: On chrome, open and copy transcript from youtube Paste into excel and apply formula "=MOD(ROW(),2)" in the adjacent column and extend all the way down Create table with 2 columns and filter the number column to hide the blank spaces Next I open word and paste the column of the table containing text Finally In word Find > Replace > Paragraph mark to Space bar to delete extra space This is extremely complicated using the mouse, i could not imagine the code needed to do this. I'm not lazy I swear but this is WAY above my head
Hello, I'm David, an English teacher. I have a question. I often need to look up the phonetic transcriptions of a word (for example, alfred = /ˈælfrəd/). This can become a laborious task, even when using websites such as photransedit and phonetizer. I was wondering if there were people in this world clever enough to create an Alfred workflow to speed up this process. Ideally, the process would be something like: Invoke Alfred Type a keyword (such as IPA) Type dog *magic* Press enter to copy phonetic transcription (/dɒɡ/) to clipboard Navigate to document Press paste I have no coding ability whatsoever. Could you help with the *magic* part? Let me know if you can Thanks, David