You might've spotted a tweet earlier in the week, hinting at something new. Well, the wait is now over. Searching your Shortcuts on Mac, and launching them from Raycast in macOS Monterey is here.
Search for your shortcuts title, and they will appear in your search results. Just hit
↵ to run the shortcut, and watch the magic unfold all from Raycast.
- Raycast now supports opening Calendar events in Fantastical. If Fantastical is your default Calendar, this will work out of the box. To change it manually, go to Preferences → Extensions → My Schedule and select your default calendar application from the right pane
- You can also configure for how long an event should show in the root search from the starting time. You will also find it in My Schedule preferences
- Root: Added action to hide a running application
- Calculator now supports both comma and period as decimal separators if your system setting has comma as the decimal separator and space as the grouping separator
- Improved text parsing in Calculator so that it does not treat hyphens in text as minus and answers queries like "week of year"
- New applications now appear faster in the root search
- The calendars you have enabled will now be backed up as expected when you using Export Preferences & Data command
- Fixed a crash in Calculator when dealing with extremely large numbers invoked by scientific terms
- Fixed a rare crash which happened when opening Raycast Preferences
- Fixed an issue which disabled hotkeys in certain keyboard layouts