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  2. Welcome @FelixLee, For licensing questions—which often deal with private information—the best method is the email address at the bottom of the contact page.
  3. Another way: connect a Hotkey Trigger (with Argument set to Selection in macOS) to a Copy to Clipboard Output (with Automatically paste to front most app ticked and the text box set to: [b]{query}[/b]
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  5. Hi, I'm a 7-years Legendary License alfred user. As the company didn't provide a enterprise license, I'd like to use my own Legendary License on my company laptop(for my own use only). and this would be my only device using alfred. Is this allowed by alfred licensing policy? Thank you.
  6. Austrian 😛 You can use a Snippet Trigger to run your bash script. Otherwise, this workflow can do what you want.
  7. Hello, I am using MacOS in English and need my snippet {date:EEEE, d. MMMM} expand to Sonntag, 19. Jänner in German (instead of Sunday, 19. January). In TextExpander I used: #! /bin/bash LANG=de_AT.UTF-8 date "+%A, %-d. %B" Thanks for your help!
  8. That's BBCode, not HTML. HTML would be <b></b>. Generally, regular expressions are total overkill for just surrounding some text with tags, but that's the only tool Alfred gives you for the job. You want a Replace utility set up like this: The regular expression .+ means "one or more of any character", and the brackets mean "this is a match group". In the replacement field, $1 means "contents of match group 1". So basically, "match anything and put it between [ b] and [/b]".
  9. I thought so, too. Variable expansion is, but snippet-style expansion isn't apparently. It's hard to know what's supported where.
  10. That's all there is. The workflow doesn't duplicate actions like "close tab", which already have keyboard shortcuts in Firefox.
  11. I’ll use github or Dropbox from now on. I could have swore text expansion worked in those fields. How odd, I wonder why I had though that. Thanks for expanding on this and providing a solution.
  12. I apologize if I'm missing something super obvious... but how do you search for a tab and close it? I can only see how to close tabs to the left/right of the result tab.
  13. Hi, I'm looking for a way to surround selected text with the usual (I think html?) codes for bold, italic and strike ( [b][/b] ) with a keyboard shortcut. Nothing fancy nor extensive. I understand one can do this with the Transform function in Alfred. Problem is, as far as I understand it would have to be done using a regex? I would add my voice to the usual "just learn it", but the maybe twice I've approached regex in my entire life (and I'm no spring chicken) I've felt as if I was trying to climb a mountain to get to a pebble, maybe usual, but not a diamond. So, I humbly ask: would anyone with knowledge of the Dark Arts be kind enough to help me? One example of the structure would be great, I think I'm not that dumb that I couldn't adapt to the others. Thanks for the generous one(s).
  14. It has come up a few times in connection with various workflow elements. This was the most recent one, I believe.
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  16. I seem to recall this having been discussed/requested previously, but a quick search isn’t turning up the post. I don’t remember if it was a proper feature suggestion or a post in passing.
  17. i have been using this workflow over 4 years and i forget to say thx. Thx for great plugin.
  18. My bad. I should have tested it instead of guessing… Try this version. The problem is actually that Alfred doesn't expand placeholders in the field Terminal used them in. {date:e} and {date:c} won't work without other changes. But they return the day as a number, so they're locale-independent.
  19. Hey, thanks for your reply! I am german, but i set my Mac to english. Unfortunately {date:e} and {date:c} dont work either, i tried Saturday in german aswell, very frustrating !
  20. Presumably, your system isn't set to English. The workflow uses a placeholder to generate the name of the current day, which will be in the language your OS is set to, but tests it against the English names. Edit the workflow to change the day names to the right ones for your language. More generally, the workflow should use {date:e} or {date:c} instead of {date:EEEE} to make it locale-independent. @Terminal Do you think you could upload such workflows to somewhere more permanent that gofile.io? It's very common that someone comes to a thread months or years later and finds such a workflow, which is just what they're looking for, but it's long gone because it was only uploaded to a temporary URL.
  21. PS - While it’s easy enough to create a File Action to reveal aliases in the same manner as everything else in Finder (tell application "Finder" to reveal thePath), this doesn’t solve the more common problem - where users rely on "cmd + ↩︎" to “Reveal in Finder (if local)”.
  22. When handling aliases for files/folders - either when browsing or through the usual search - I wish Alfred’s "Reveal in Finder" actions actually revealed the alias and not the file the alias is pointing to. In the scheme of things, while this is a relatively minor issue, it has always driven me crazy. This behavior is not only odd when dealing with the usual search results, but it's especially jarring when browsing in Alfred. If I use "cmd + ↩︎" to reveal an alias that I'm looking at when browsing in Alfred, I doesn't make any sense to me why Alfred's default behavior would be to reveal the actual file and not the alias. It's confusing enough with the usual search results, and it's especially odd when browsing. I can understand why revealing the actual file from an alias can be useful, but this has always struck me as odd that it’s the default behavior. Why not add this as a file action behavior (if people want it)? Or, at least provide users with an option in the “Advanced” panel where users can turn on/off how Alfred reveals aliases?
  23. Hey! I unfortunatley just now realized, that the workflow sadly is not working properly, it is always defaulting to sunday. Do you have any ideas?
  24. @nrebrikov Download the latest version (just released) and try again.
  25. 158 * 1 = 158 158 * 10 = 1580 158 * 100 = 15800 Looks like you have your machine configured to use comma as the decimal separator and point as the thousands separator.
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