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  1. 2 points
    There are definitely improvements planned for the internal search over time
  2. 2 points
    ? keyword lets you effectively search Alfred. However it does strict search so you are forced to start search query with how the actual workflow name starts. No fuzzy searching is supported. It would be awesome if ability to fuzzy search through results was added. Thank you.
  3. 2 points
    This is definitely an issue, imo. I've got a bunch of workflows called "XYZ Bookmarks" (Firefox Bookmarks, Pinboard Bookmarks etc.), and Alfred considers none of them to be matches for the query "bookmarks". The preferences search stands out in particular, but I think this is generally an issue with Alfred's filtering outside of its default results. There, it does a fantastic job of learning and adapting to my own usage patterns. In most other places, I have to adapt my usage to suit Alfred instead because its matching is so strict. You can't search both track and artist fields in the iTunes Mini Player, which is a very natural way to search for something like a song (the iTunes library is such a perfect fit for a SQLite database with FTS, too). I can't select my "Rename for Web" File Action with "rw" (or "rfw" or "renweb" or anything that isn't the start of "rename" or "for" or "web"). I can filter to "Application Support" with "as" when I navigate to ~/Library, but that also matches a bunch of other folders, and a more precise query like "appsup" (which is what I would naturally use) doesn't work. I don't expect (or want) full-on fuzzy search everywhere, but it's a perfect fit for File Filters, and Navigation Mode would benefit greatly from being more flexible, too, imo. I want Alfred to learn from and adapt to me, like it does with its default results. Currently, Alfred's strict filtering means it's the other way around.
  4. 2 points
    @vitor thank you for creating this! I have tried every other Alfred timer workflow out there — Timer, Simple Timer, EggTimer 2 — and none of them have worked consistently. This is so helpful!
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    Please refer to the Github page for full documentation. Or download here. Basically, this is a workflow that allows you to create and view your self-defined cheatsheets. "It was designed to help remind *nix system administrators of options for commands that they use frequently, but not frequently enough to remember". Alfred makes your cheat sheets searchable and enables a very quick glance at some commands with your finger tips. This project was inspired by a command-line project cheat, extended its capability and yet acts as an independent tool. If you use "cheat" before, you can safely import your old cheat sheets in one hit. If you haven't heard of "cheat", you can start accumulating knowledges by writing your cheat sheets and make them searchable. To list all your cheat: cheat To search and list the content of one of your cheat: cheat <sheet name>. Fuzzy search and autocomplete is supported. To search in a specific sheet indexed by some keyword: cheat <sheet name> <keyword>. To search across all your sheets for some keyword: cheat --search <keyword> Autocomplete and fuzzy search are supported of course. For more detail and a git demo, refer to the Github page please.
  6. 2 points
    Overview here, with the latest release you can install here. Summary of the current features (6-30-19): You can search for title and author using the keyword search (default is "ib"). You can also use options as follows (in the format "ib -a" for each option, respectively): -a search by author only -t search by title only -g search by genre only -h get available options for using this workflow By default, if a title doesn't have a genre, Alfred Books won't be able to search for it. While searching, you can press ⌘L to see some metadata about the selected title; this includes: title and author, genre, percentage read, description While searching, pressing ⇧ (shift) on a selected title will attempt to show a cover and the actual filename. While searching, pressing your action button (one of the following: → (right arrow), fn, ctrl, ⇥ (tab)) will allow you to act directly on the Books file. Be cautious here, as modifying the file from this interface may cause inconsistencies with the Books sqlite database, causing you to need to modify the actual sqlite database if you say modify or delete a file here. This software (currently) only searches for downloaded books by confirming an accessible path to said file in the Books sqlite database. If they're on iCloud and not downloaded, they won't show up in Alfred Books! If you have any issues whatsoever using this software, or if you have recommendations for features, please visit: https://github.com/codycodes/alfred-books/issues
  7. 2 points

    Alfred Filter: fuzzy matching

    I'd like to open up a feature request to have "Fuzzy" matching as one of result filtering options that Alfred handles. This would improve some of my workflows quite a bit. This can be achieved by running other script based tools or implementing the search within your own script, but it would make things easier, if it was already built into Alfred.
  8. 2 points
    This is now fixed in the 4.0.3 b1091 pre-release
  9. 2 points
    @nikivi funny you should ask - I had actually made the required changes to the framework during Alfred 4's development but didn't actually get around to implementing this in the contacts viewer. I'll add this in for the next release Cheers, Andrew
  10. 2 points
    I've updated all of my workflows on https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred. There are 69 workflows that I've created and use regularly (most of them). If you have any questions or problems, feel free to let me know. Since all of these were created with a need that I had, they might not all work for what you need. But, play around with them and experiment and you will learn a lot! No, I will not be updating each of my individual listings in the Alfred forum or in Packal.org. That is just too large of a job for no benefit. Just get them from my GitHub account. The Alfred 2 and 3 versions are still there in their own directories. Since I don't have Alfred 2 or 3 installed anymore, I will not be updating them. Richard Guay
  11. 2 points

    Alfred Filter: fuzzy matching

    +1 from me (to nobody’s surprise). I would definitely love to see some more options for Alfred’s filtering. Fuzzy, OR, AND, and perhaps XOR (which is generally unintuitive, but sometimes useful). Fuzzy search, in particular, allows users to train Alfred to adapt to the way they think/work. The way filtering currently works, I rather have the feeling that I’m learning to adapt my queries to what suits Alfred.
  12. 1 point
    I just upgraded to macOS 10.15 and Alfred 4 today. After giving it all required permissions, I found this glitch. When I searched for apps like "App Store", nothing shows up in Alfred 4. But Spotlight works just fine. I tried "Clear Application Cache" and "Rebuild macOS Metadata" but neither helped. The permissions I gave to Alfred 4 just in case you ask: Contacts Accessibility Full Disk Access Files and Folders Automation Any idea on how to fix this, or should I wait for an update?
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    I’ve posted this as a bug but, in fairness, it’s a feature of Alfred 4 (and not a bug). Namely, some aspects of Alfred 4’s new GUI are too dark to be legible in some use cases - particularly for those who use dark iconography. In the workflows section of Alfred’s Preferences, this problem manifests itself where the icons are displayed in the inner sidebar and in the informational portion at the top of the window. In the screenshots below, note how difficult it is to see the black search / magnifying glass icon? For me, it’s more of a functionality problem than an issue of aesthetics, as I rely on the sidebar icons to quickly find the workflow I’m looking for. While the text looks good, unfortunately, the icons are no longer visible in Alfred 4. Workflows - Sidebar Workflows - Informational Portion (top of screen) The second place where this issue comes up in Alfred’s Preferences is when viewing Snippets. While this problem also involves the use of black iconography - for snippet Collections, specifically - it’s only visible to those who use MacOS in dark mode (but use a light Alfred theme). In these cases, the background color behind the collections’ windows is dark, making black icons impossible to see (see screenshot below). Features - Snippets - Collections Window There are a ton of ways these issues can be fixed, so I thought I'd throw out a few: Easiest fix: use lighter background colors in these cases (e.g., flipping the two purple colors in the sidebar, so the dark is on the outside) (e.g., going with a lighter gray/black in the upper information) Another fix: add another display option with a lighter color, such as those accessed via the gear next to Alfred's workflow filter (screenshot below). However, something else would have to be done about the snippets/collections problem, since it lacks such options. My favorite fix: add a color palette option to Alfred's main preferences. Personally, I like OmniFocus' approach, which provides users with three options for: automatic, light, and dark modes (see screenshot below - they call the "light" version, just plain old OmniFocus). Here, the automatic mode would just follow the MacOS designation, and the others would allow users to manually place Alfred in either mode. Among other things, this would entail creating a light mode - or in keeping with OmniFocus, just a plain old "Alfred" mode - where the issues outlined above are easier to see (in addition to maintaining the lighter toolbar, which Alfred already does when MacOS is not in dark mode). Thanks for your consideration!
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    Agree. I'm not denying that it's an issue. I suppose what I want to say is that I think there's an upside to the dark UI in Alfred Preferences in that it's makes it very difficult for a workflow author not to notice that their chosen icon doesn't work on a dark background. This is true. Such people are free to choose a theme that makes Alfred's results legible. It makes sense that a similar option should be available for the Alfred Preferences UI. In that regard, one could argue that Alfred Preferences should base its colours and fonts (including sizes) on the selected theme. Apart from being super-cool, that would allow users to make Alfred as readable or unreadable as they like. As I understand it, the majority of Alfred's own icons are defined in code, not as image files, which should make changing their colour comparatively easy. Other than being a lot of work for Andrew, the main argument against it—as I see it—is that it's potentially another way for users to shoot themselves in the foot, which invariably means more support requests from people complaining about "small, low-contrast fonts" that they chose themselves. But that's enough of my idea. I like your suggestion to follow OmniFocus's behaviour.
  16. 1 point
    @deanishe Agreed - it's just a problem in Alfred's preferences, as described above. And, to be clear, it's a relatively minor UX problem in the scheme of things. For the most part, I really like Alfred 4's new look. While the point about dark themes and usability across light and dark themes is fair, it's odd to rule out the use of dark iconography now in Alfred's preferences. Ignoring Alfred's longstanding use of gray/light backgrounds and black typography, there are a lot of people with vision-related issues that depend on white/gray/light backgrounds and dark text/icons for legibility purposes. Not to mention the fact that Alfred's own icon is hardly visible in the settings described above. Take a look at the screenshots below. Why create visibility constraints that even the app's own icon doesn't work well under?
  17. 1 point
    Control SandwichTimer from Alfred, to run pomodoros and timers. If you don’t have the app installed, invoke :sandwichtimerupdateapp to get the latest version. See the linked page for screenshots of the app in action. Call pomo or set a keyboard shortcut to start a pomodoro timer. If another is already running, it’ll be aborted. timer will let you set as many timers as you want, for the specified amount of time. With both options, actioning with ⌥ will quit all instances of the SandwichTimer app. Download | Source
  18. 1 point
    Welcome @Eugene Auduchinok, There’s a Workflow for that (disclaimer: I’m the author).
  19. 1 point
    Andy Matuschak

    Ulysses workflow

    @Jakub Sypiański I've been having the same problem for months. Ulysses changed their file format around the new year, and the workflow doesn't support the new one. I went ahead and added support this morning. I've opened a pull request with the change. You can subscribe to it here to know when it's been merged into the main workflow, or if you're able, you can run the updated workflow directly from my fork.
  20. 1 point
    I am still so gutted about this - anyone found any alternatives? As a non developer, what would be the learning curve like if I was to take this on myself and try to fix the HTML parsers?
  21. 1 point
    Overview Workflow to display recent Finder files and folders featuring: 5 default categories 2 custom categories Favorites, including a file action Keywords and hotkeys for Favorites and all categories apart Interaction with Open/Save dialogs and Finder Go To Folder Preview, reveal, open or use Alfred file actions Usage Show Alfred and type the keyword rec: You can also use the category keyword if you prefer to access the recent files directly, without an initial menu: Now: keyword now Folders: keyword fol Applications: keyword apps Documents: keyword docs Downloads: keyword dow Custom Category 1: keyword c1 Custom Category 2: keyword c2 Favorites: keyword fav In addition, there is a hotkey for the keyword rec, Favorites and all categories apart. Note that all keywords, as well as the hotkeys, can be changed (go to Alfred Preferences > Workflows). Finally, once inside a category you have the following actions: Return key: open the file or folder Command key: reveal the file or folder in Finder Option key: pass the file/older path to an open/save dialog or Finder window Control key: add/remove an item to/from Favorites Shift key: preview (Quick Look) the file or folder Custom Categories You can set up to two custom categories: Show Alfred and type the keyword recpref Select a category to configure and press return key Type an unique category name with at least 3 characters Type one or more (separated by comma) file types e.g.: com.adobe.pdf,public.plain-text To find a file type you can use Alfred Metadata Analyzer. To remove a custom category press command key while highlighting one of them in recpref. Favorites All files or folders set as a favorite item will remain in the list no matter how old they are. To add an item to Favorites just highlight a file or folder, hold control key and press return key. To remove an item go to Favorites, highlight an item, hold control key and press return key. You can also add items utilizing Alfred File Action (accepts multiple files). Note that Favorites has also its own keyword (fav) and hotkey. Interacting with Open/Save Dialog or Finder You can pass a recent file or folder path, or an item in Favorites, to an open/save dialog or even the current Finder window to go to that folder: when an open/save dialog is displayed type the keyword rec or any other category keyword find an item (a file or folder or an item from Favorites), highlight it, hold option key and press return key wait a bit so the workflow can load and paste the item path Default Folder The workflow remembers the last path used per application. To use the feature just type the keyword df when an open/save dialog is displayed. If the workflow was never used for the application, or the path does not exist anymore, then the keyword rec will be automatically triggered so you can select a path from a file or folder. There is also a hotkey to make things even faster. Make sure to give the feature time to process because e.g. if you hold keyboard keys way too long then the feature may not work as expected. What’s new Up to 2 custom categories (keyword recpref) Downloads category Keyword for each category Hotkey for each category Multiple files in Add to Favorites file action Changed Auto-path to Default Folder (keyworod df) Changed Just Now category to Now Added Help (keyword rechelp) Update to Alfred 2.3 features Several internal improvements Download Version 4.2 Release date: 19 Jun 2016 Requires Alfred 3 Download
  22. 1 point
    @Brandon What's your Alfred hotkey? If you change your hotkey to something less common, do all characters get captured? Take a look at both of these links for things to check out (the latter only applies if you've set your hotkey to Cmd + Space): https://www.alfredapp.com/help/kb/missing-first-character/ https://www.alfredapp.com/help/troubleshooting/cmd-space/ Cheers, Vero
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    This is a workflow I've cobbled together from various sources, notably some modifications to https://github.com/NapoleonWils0n/bashfinder , which is actually a bash front end for a lot of AppleScript. It contains the following commands: fo - open a folder in the frontmost Finder window (also available as a File Action) fo:i - open a folder in the frontmost Finder window with Icon view (also available as a File Action) fo:c - open a folder in the frontmost Finder window with Column view (also available as a File Action) fo:l - open a folder in the frontmost Finder window with List view (also available as a File Action) all - open "All My Files" (Sierra) or "Recents" (High Sierra and later) in the frontmost Finder window - this uses a Key Combo action ⌘⇧F icloud - open iCloud Drive in the frontmost Finder window - this uses a Key Combo action ⌘⇧I fat - choose and open an existing tab or window rf - open a recent folder in the frontmost Finder window fi - set frontmost Finder window to Icon view fc - Set frontmost Finder window to Column view fl - Set frontmost Finder window to List view fg - Set frontmost Finder window to Gallery view (i.e. icon view with big icons and a dark background - this is my own take on a Gallery view, which predated the official one introduced in Mojave) fw - Close frontmost window and reopen active tab (i.e. close all tabs except the active one) merge - Merge All Windows (same as menu command) fcfix - set filename column width to 400 clip - show the Finder clipboard (I bet you didn't know there was such a thing....) There is a single environment variable: openInNewTab set it to 0 to open in the frontmost window (replacing the existing contents) or 1 (the default setting) to open in a new tab in the frontmost window By using fo and its variants, you can effectively have Alfred open folders in a single window as requested here: https://www.alfredforum.com/topic/11393-opening-folders-in-the-same-finder-window/?do=findComment&comment=59570 and here: https://www.alfredforum.com/topic/11327-any-way-search-open-a-folder-in-same-finder-window/?tab=comments#comment-59276 v.0.5 (2019-06-08) Added fat keyword (was going to use ft but it was constantly confused with FaceTime) v.0.4 (2018-08-06) Added icloud and all keywords v.0.3 (2018-04-08) Added file actions Added rf and fw keywords v.0.2 (2018-04-06) Added openInNewTab Download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/u1bchxchlm4c1q3/Finder scripts.alfredworkflow?dl=0
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    [SOLVED] Quit all except [named app]

    Totally understandable, thank you for your interest.
  25. 1 point
    It's working now, thanks!
  26. 1 point
    I absolutely love this workflow, and I use it every day! One thing I've tried to change myself but I'm having no luck in doing it at all. Is there a way to paste to the emoji just by hitting the return key rather than the [cmd]+[return] I want to hit the return key on the emoji and have it paste directly to the foremost app instead of having to use the hotkey. I'm sorry if this has already been covered I've seen stuff around this, but as a total novice at these workflows, I may have missed the point in other posts.
  27. 1 point

    Writing Scripts in JS? Or is it JXA?

    Not specifically, no. Essentially, Alfred runs scripts in exactly the same way you run them in a shell (e.g. in Terminal). Input (i.e. the user query, selected files) is passed via ARGV, workflow variables are provided as environment variables, JSON feedback is sent to STDOUT and log message to STDERR. Translated to a fairly simple set of instructions for JXA, that means the following: Save your JavaScript file in the workflow folder (we'll assume it's called script.js) and run it using a Run Script action with Language = /bin/bash and /usr/bin/osascript -l JavaScript script.js in the Script box. The basic template (taken from Alfred) is: function run(argv) { // first command-line argument is the user's query var query = argv[0] // log query to STDERR (i.e. Alfred's debugger) console.log(`query=${query}`) // do your thing here // Output Alfred feedback JSON to STDOUT return JSON.stringify({items: [ {title: "Example item"} ]}) } To retrieve workflow/environment variables, see this tutorial for a general overview and JXA-specific instructions. That's true, but it only applies to Alfy-based workflows (and Node-based workflows in general to a lesser extent), not to workflow helpers in general, nor to JXA-based workflows like you're trying to write.
  28. 1 point
    In the meantime you could use this AppleScript to send ESC to Alfred on alfred_script(q) tell application "Alfred 4" to activate tell application "System Events" to key code 53 end alfred_script
  29. 1 point
    Duh, you're right. Put in the absolute path to the system PHP ('/usr/bin/php') and it works again. Was using the Homebrew version based on the path.
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    Writing Scripts in JS? Or is it JXA?

    Hi, @Anthony B, welcome to the forum. Yup, sounds like it. Things like window and document are part of the API provided by browsers, not part of JS. There is no browser or event loop, so there is no DOM or setTimeout or XHR. console.log does work, but I suspect you're either looking in the wrong place for the output or are confused about how Alfred runs scripts. console.log writes to STDERR, which is displayed in Alfred's debugger, but it's possible your script isn't actually being run. It sounds like you've just named your file index.js and are expecting Alfred to run it. That may be how CommonJS/RequireJS work, but you're not using them here. You're writing a UNIX command-line script here. You need to run it from an Alfred Run Script action, either by pasting your script in the Script box and setting language to /usr/bin/osascript (JS) or setting language to /bin/bash and entering /usr/bin/osascript -l JavaScript index.js in the Script box (assuming your script is still called index.js). You can also use Language = External Script, but then you need to give your script a shebang and make it executable in classic UNIX style. Finally, the Open URL action opens the URL passed to it in your browser. It does not retrieve a URL and pass the HTML (or whatever) to your script. There is no output from this action. I hope that helps. If you have any further questions, it would be helpful if you could upload your workflow somewhere and post a link. That way, we can see exactly what's wrong rather than trying to guess based on a description that might not include all the relevant information.
  31. 1 point
    The new snippet feature is great. Would be even greater to have fill-ins in snippets. Especially since Text-expander has become very expensive; this will be the perfect textexpander replacer!
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    @jimboRen If you're using the macOS Catalina beta, you'll need to ensure you're using Alfred 4.0.2 (Check for updates in the Update tab). Once you've updated, go to Features > Default Results and click "Reset" at the bottom of the Search Scope window to refresh the search scope and include the new paths from Catalina. You may also want to type "reload" into Alfred to refresh the application cache. Cheers, Vero
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    Can confirm. It does exactly what it says on the tin.
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    I'd love to see each file's tags listed in the information provided by File Navigation's Preview Panel. Tags seem more important than most of the info that is currently listed (e.g., app the file opens in, date created, etc.). Why not list the file's tags there? At the moment, Alfred doesn't have an easy way for viewing or modifying tags, and this seems like a good first step that won't demand a complete overhaul of anything. Ideally, I'd love to see Alfred have its own file action for tags, too, which allowed users to view the file's current tags and modify them as needed (without requiring users to remember their list of tags, etc.). Relying on Finder's "get info" feature is a little clunky, as it requires leaving Alfred, etc. I have some workflows for adding or removing tags that I often use, but they're not very flexible (e.g., they don't tell me which tags are already on the file, they don't dynamically tell me which tags are in use on my system, etc.). Lastly, I'd love to see tags visually incorporated into Alfred's main search results (favorite suggestion here), but I guess that's for another day! Thanks for listening!
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    This works fine, though (on High Sierra): open 'dict://dunbar%27s%20number' Look like you just need to properly encode the URL.
  36. 1 point
    @mklement0 interesting spot, thanks! It looks like a bug in Dictionary.app as if I type the following into Terminal, I get the same: open "dict://dunbar's number" The best I think I can do to fix this in Alfred is to strip single quotes from the input - I'll do this in the next build Cheers, Andrew
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    If you want the workflow to be compatible with Alfred 3, you need to build it in Alfred 3. What I do is symlink the workflow to both Alfred 3’s and Alfred 4’s workflow directories. That way I can use Alfred 4 but edit the workflow in Alfred 3 Preferences, and not break backwards compatibility.
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    Single hotkey to launch Alfred?

    Not exactly a single key, but you can assign a "double tap" from a modifier key. For example: Option+Option If you want a single key, you would need another application that can customize your key configuration from a lower level like Karabiner Element. I'm not using it since I didn't think of any tricks that I would use from it (yet), but I think this should make it possible for you to do what you want. However, just my 2 cents, honestly I don't know why I would assign my Option key to limit it to only pop Alfred since, as much as I love Alfred, my Option key is pretty useful to insert symbols. So I would be more inclined to use the Double Tap instead of going the Karabiner route. But you can try both and see what you prefer. Or, as an idea, you could set only your right (or left) Option key to pop Alfred so you have your other Option key to work normally Best!
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    It would be great that setting the Alfred Hotkey would distinguish between the left and right keys. Some applications do, in my case I'm using Emacs and a default key binding is assigned to CTRL+SPACE (which I currently use for Alfred), I can set my Emacs binding as RIGHT_CTRL+SPACE, and setting Alfred's shortcut to LEFT_CTRL+SPACE would be ideal.
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    This is a known Spotify issue, see https://github.com/vdesabou/alfred-spotify-mini-player/issues/287
  41. 1 point
    When creating a workflow, the default "script" option points to "/bin/bash" but why not just run on the default terminal option (which could be "/bin/zsh" for me and bash for other people)?
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    Hi, Latest version can be downloaded from: https://github.com/jaroslawhartman/TimeZones-Alfred https://jhartman.pl/tag/alfred/ http://www.packal.org/workflow/timezones-2 At time of writing, v2.6 is the latest. Best regards, Jarek
  43. 1 point

    Night VS Light

    Thank you. I thought it had the unsplash vibe. Did a reverse image search and found the original link.
  44. 1 point

    [SOLVED] DevonThink 3 Results in Alfred

    👍 Shame he didn't post that the first time. Would have saved me having to figure out how his app works. Still, I guess it's documented here, too, now.
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    The State of Alfred Remote app

    When Alfred Remote 2 comes out, it'll be a free upgrade for Alfred Remote 1 users
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    This is not necessarily a workflow I am sharing but something I use that I love and would really love to share with you. It allows me to use and manipulate all the great workflows you kind people have created and share and use them seamlessly. It also allows me to spike up my usage stats by some pretty wild numbers : The reason is that I don't ever really activate anything using hotkeys any more. I use something called 'sticky keys' and I have achieved using Karabiner. [Here](https://github.com/nikitavoloboev/dotfiles/tree/master/karabiner) is my repository with my config file for Karabiner. I have also put a readme in there to show how I use it and what for. You can just clone the repository and use the settings and change them to what you consider best for you. I hope you will like it too. Tell me what you think of it and if you managed to get it to work. You can ask any question you have about the config file I have as it is pretty lengthy.
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    Script Filter ordering

    I guess you're setting a UID on your result items? Alfred intelligently orders your results based on your past behaviour. So if you select "Safari" a few times for the query "s", Alfred will show "Safari" as the top result. It identifies results based on their UID. As long as you don't give your items a UID, Alfred should show them in the same order you emit them. If you do specify a UID, Alfred will take over ordering results.
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    These can be turned off in Alfred's Adv. preferences "Show notification icons in 10.9"
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    workflow tutorial

    You also have my list of tutorials on Alfred: Alfred Workflows for Beginners https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-workflows-for-beginners--mac-55446 Alfred Workflows for Intermediates http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-workflows-for-intermediates--mac-60557 Alfred Workflows for Advanced http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-workflows-for-advanced--mac-60963 Alfred Debugging http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-debugging--cms-20439?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+mactuts+%28Tuts%2B+Mac+Computer+Skills%29 Track Project Time With Alfred Timekeeper https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/track-project-time-with-alfred-timekeeper--cms-20981?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed Use a Mac to Monitor Website Uptime or Other Regular Tasks https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/use-a-mac-to-monitor-website-uptime-or-other-regular-tasks--cms-21183 Alfred Workflows in Swift https://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/alfred-workflows-in-swift--cms-21807
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