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    In Alfred Preferences, in the Workflows tab, click the + on the bottom left (next to Help) and go Getting Started → Stream Order. That explains the control flow. But you’re unlikely to achieve success that way, because the way GUI automation (your resizing) tends to work is that the command is sent and returns, it doesn’t wait to get a response before continuing. Your best best is to chain those sequentially, not separately. If you really need them to be separate, you’ll need to add delays to give actions time to process. That can be somewhat error-prone, but so is GUI automation.
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    Yes it is described here:
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    Your script is wrong/not compatible with Run Script. on alfred_script(q) is only for Run NSAppleScript (which you shouldn’t use). For a regular Run Script action, just use: tell application "TextEdit" make new document activate end tell
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    Vero

    Alfred 4.1 Is Now in Pre-Release

    A few moments ago, we popped Alfred 4.1 on the pre-release channel. It's a big release with lots of tasty stuff for you to sink your teeth into. New workflow objects for integrating with files and the File Buffer Shared Hotkeys for workflows Embedded Snippets Contact Actions Built-in File Search Troubleshooting from the Help preferences And loads more! Take a look at the Update tab for a complete change log, as there's a lot in this release, which is free to all Alfred 4 Powerpack license holders. We'd love to get your help in testing out the new features before the general release! To get started, launch Alfred's preferences to the Update tab, choose the "pre-releases" option and grab the latest build Cheers, Vero
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    Is it always pin the files or folder in the buffer? When I restart computer.
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