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  1. @wrjlewis Probably was the token, everything works again. Thank you! :)
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  2. Hi, I sometimes forget the keyword for a snippet, but when I search for it with the snippet keyword (default is "snippet" I think), it only shows the snippet in a one-liner, not the keyword, so I never learn the keyword unless I look it up in Alfred Preferences or invoke the Snippet Viewer Hotkey. I'd love to be able to see the snippet keyword if I held in e.g. ⌘ key. PS: This is largely resolved by using the "Snippet Viewer Hotkey" instead of "Snippet Keyword", but I'd be nice to have both places.
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  3. Ooooo this is brilliant. Thanks a lot!
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  4. @chris Have you looked at Searchio!? It's basically what you're describing, only it's for providing search suggestions from different search engines, not just generating search URLs. It's fairly simple to add custom search engines or specific searches, including your own icons. It doesn't do what you're trying to do, but it's probably worth looking at because it covers all three of your bullet points.
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  5. You have to set the workflow up to use it. Add some searches with searchio > All Engines ….
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  6. @chris have you considered creating a workflow of multiple Keyword Input -> Open URL Action object pairs instead of using the Custom Web Search feature? This is essentially what built-in custom web searches are doing under the hood. If you set a bundle id on the workflow, then sharing a new version of your workflow with added or altered urls will update the currently installed workflow and also maintain any keywords people have altered within the workflow. Using this method will also retain the image you've set for the custom searches. Side note: In the O
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  7. No it wouldn't. Getting results for a single autosuggest endpoint is trivial.
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  8. Have you tried https://github.com/nikitavoloboev/alfred-web-searches I will try to push an update for support of truly custom searches. But the idea behind the workflow is that is that it searches over a list of searches defined here (https://github.com/nikitavoloboev/alfred-web-searches/blob/master/workflow/websites.csv) As example, here is a line in the csv file ` Pinboard,https://pinboard.in/search/?query={query}&all=Search+All ` Then you search for Pinboard in workflow And on return you start typing query, that query will be w
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  9. 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. Text after the number of minutes will be used as the timer’s title. With both options, actioning with ⌥ will quit all instances of the SandwichTimer app. Dow
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  10. This is awesome! I look forward to experimenting with this. Thanks!
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  11. This is a workflow for searching and adding bookmarks to Raindrop.io. To search your Raindrop.io bookmarks, open Alfred, type r, space, and then your search query, and the results will show directly in Alfred so that you can select one and press enter to open it in your browser. Raindrop.io collections and tags will also show in the search results together with bookmarks, and you can select them to browse or search their content. Before you have started to type a search query, you also have the option to browse your collections instead of starting with
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  12. you can have a try. Now, it is only simplified, right click=》 share=》airdrop operation https://github.com/alanhg/alfred-workflows/blob/master/airdrop/Airdrop.alfredworkflow
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  13. hey @deanishe, thank you for your suggestion! i ended up already in my own implementation using a shellscript which uses mdfind internally. in the end i did not check if there are no results, but append a "create" item all the time. in case somebody wants to do something similar, my code is attached below. cheers #!/bin/bash QUERY=${1} DIRECTORY="/some/directory" RESULTS=$(mdfind -onlyin "${DIRECTORY}" "kMDItemContentType == 'net.daringfireball.markdown' && (kMDItemDisplayName == '${QUERY}*'c || kMDItemTextContent == '${QUERY}*'c)") SAVEIFS=${
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  14. sorry just need to pass by to say that i cannot live without this Workflow. all my love to you taco man ❤️
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  15. xilopaint

    Urban Dictionary

    I had to built a new Urban Dictionary workflow since my previous one was broken. It's available on GitHub.
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  16. Ok, if I understand correctly, you want to be able to find a phrase like "wet weather" but not a file that happens to contain "wet" and "weather" as separate words. To do this, create a simple workflow with a "file filter" input attached to an "open file" action. Double-click your file filter and give it a name and keyword, then go to the Advanced tab. Click the + and add the kMDItemTextContent and uncheck the "split" box. Remove the other fields from the list. This will be a file filter that exclusively searches content of your files (not the file names) and specifically searches for
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