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Script Commands lets you tailor Raycast to your needs. Think of them as little productivity boosts throughout your day.

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Raycast Script Commands

Raycast lets you control your tools with a few keystrokes and installing script commands makes it possible to execute commands from anywhere on your desktop. They are a great way to speed up every-day tasks such as converting data, opening bookmarks or triggering dev workflows. This repository contains some example scripts as well as links to our community commands and documentation to write your own ones.

New: We started public beta for extensions API that will allow you to build and share rich extensions in Raycast. Learn more here.

🚨 For anything that is not related to script commands, please send us an email, use the feedback command within Raycast, or join the Slack community.



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Install Script Commands from this repository

To install new commands, follow these steps:

  1. Choose your script from the community repo and save them into a new directory (alternatively, you can use the _enabled-commands folder for this).
  2. Open the Extensions tab in the Raycast preferences
  3. Click the plus button
  4. Click Add Script Directory
  5. Select directories containing your Script Commands

💡 Hint: We recommend that you don't directly load the community script directories into Raycast to avoid potential restructuring and new script commands suddenly appearing in Raycast.

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Create your own Script Commands

To write your own custom Script Commands, go over the following steps:

  1. Use the Create Script Command functionality in Raycast
  2. Write and edit your script using your favourite code editor
  3. Run your Script Command from the Raycast root search

💡 Hint: If you choose to write your script in Bash, we highly recommend using the Shellcheck linter as this will ensure smooth running of your script. All scripts uploaded to GitHub will need to have been run through ShellCheck.

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Metadata

These parameters are available for you to customize your Script Command in Raycast. For practical examples of how these should be used, as well as best practices and supported languages, please browse our templates and community-built scripts.

Name Description Required App Version
schemaVersion Schema version to prepare for future changes in the API. Currently there is only version 1 available. Yes 0.29+
title Display name of the Script Command that is shown as title in the root search. Yes 0.29+
mode Specifies how the script is executed and how the output is presented. Details of the options for this parameter can be viewed here Yes 0.29+
packageName Display name of the package that is shown as subtitle in the root search. When not provided, the name will be inferred from the script directory name. No 0.29+
icon Icon that is displayed in the root search. Can be an emoji, a file path (relative or full) or a remote URL (only https). Supported formats for images are PNG and JPEG. Please make sure to use small icons, recommended size - 64px. No 0.29+
iconDark Same as icon, but for dark theme. If not specified, then icon will be used in both themes. No 1.3.0+
currentDirectoryPath Path from which the script is executed. Default is the path of the script. No 0.29+
needsConfirmation Specify true if you would like to show confirmation alert dialog before running the script. Can be helpful with destructive scripts like "Quit All Apps" or "Empty Trash". Default value is false. No 0.30+
refreshTime Specify a refresh interval for inline mode scripts in seconds, minutes, hours or days. Examples: 10s, 1m, 12h, 1d. Note that the actual times can vary depending on how the OS prioritises scheduled work. The minimum refresh interval is 10 seconds. If you have more than 10 inline commands, only the first 10 will be refreshed automatically; the rest have to be manually refreshed by navigating to them and pressing return. No 0.31+
argument[1...3] Custom arguments, see Passing Arguments page for detail of how to use this field No 1.2.0+
author Define an author name to be part of the script commands documentation No
authorURL Author social media, website, email or anything to help the users to get in touch No
description A brief description about the script command to be presented in the documentation No

Output Mode

You can use the standard output to present messages in Raycast. Depending on the mode, the standard output of your scripts is differently presented.fullOutput and inline modes support ANSI Escape codes allowing to color generated output by changing its background and foreground color. You can view the different output mode options as well as their various forms and color options here.

Error Handling

If the script exits with a status code not equal to 0, Raycast interprets it as failed and shows a toast that the script failed to run. If this script has inline or compact mode, the last line of the output will be used as an error message. Consider this example for a bash script:

if ! [[ $value =~ $regex ]] ; then
  echo "Invalid value provided"
  exit 1
else
  ...

Troubleshooting and FAQs

Why isn't my script appearing in Raycast?
  • Ensure the filename doesn't contain .template. string
  • Check that all required metadata parameters are provided. See the table above which parameters are required.
  • Ensure you use either # or // comments for metadata parameters
  • If nothing helps, try to go step by step from a template Script Command or use one of the examples in this repo.
Why isn't my Shell script working?
  • Ensure the filename doesn't contain .template. string
  • Run your code through ShellCheck to check for syntax errors or unexpected characters
Can I build in a non-login shell?

We only allow Script Commands that run in a non-login shell in this repository as agreed on in our contribution guidelines, due to any dependencies. However, if you need to run your local script as login-shell, you can specify an argument after shebang, e.g. #!/bin/bash -l for bash. We also append /usr/local/bin to $PATH variable so you can use your local shell commands without any additional steps. If this is not enough, you can always extend $PATH by adding export PATH='/some/extra/path:$PATH' at the top of your script.

Community

We're always looking for new Script Commands or other ways to improve Raycast. If you have anything cool to show, please send us a pull request. If we screwed something up, please report a bug. Join our Slack community to brainstorm ideas with like-minded folks.

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