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  1. Hi, Is there a way to sort universal actions list? I don't like using the option "sort actions by last used per type". Cheers, Andre
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  2. Done, but I added sort_recent flag in Workflow settings. If set to True search results will be sorted based on recent visits otherwise on number of visits.
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  3. You’re looking at the File Buffer.
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  4. An interim Workflow to bridge the gap until (if) Google Drives fixes the situation of files not being indexable by Spotlight (and thus Alfred). Call gd and type to list and filter the contents of your Google Drive. Before your first use, you will have to either run :gdrebuildcache or :gdlaunchd. The former builds a cache of your files on demand; the latter uses a macOS launchd agent to rebuild it every day (run :gdlaunchd again to uninstall it). The Workflow Environment Variables have defaults which will work for most people. You will only have to mess with them if you have an atypical setup. google_drive_path: The location of Google Drive on your file system. Can take multiple paths separated by commas. ignore_list: A comma-separated list of keywords to ignore. If any appears in a path, it will not be saved to your cache. result_limit: How many entries to show in Alfred. Download | Source
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  5. Deanishe, grateful for taking time out for me with the detailed response. Helps my understanding. I have been checking the service, but it hasn't been working as yet. Unsure, what other services are available and where, which I can tap in. Shall try to google and find out. Many thanks once again.
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  6. vitor

    Integrate iTerm with Alfred

    Script has been updated to allow running command in current tab.
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  7. I don't think you're getting that far. The way you're trying to join the URL is all wrong. It needs to be: set myVariable to "some string" & someVariable & "another string" You forgot the & signs. As regards URL-encoding: AppleScript can't do it. Unless you can find a function someone has written, you'll need to use a different language for that.
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  8. You’re looking for File Filters.
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  9. Just released version 2.0! This is something that I realized maybe a year ago that I wanted to do eventually, to rewrite all the PHP and Python (which is almost all of what this workflow used to be) in a way that will make it work without external dependencies when Apple stops providing PHP and Python with the OS (which has been know for a while that they will eventually stop doing) With macOS 12 Monterey, which will be released possibly as soon as the coming week (but more likely next month), PHP will be gone, which means that this workflow would not function if you did not manually install PHP yourself, and while I did some changes in version 1.7 recently to make the workflow function with a version of PHP that you have installed yourself, I do really not like the idea of requiring PHP to be manually installed for my workflow to function, and it is also just a matter of time before Python goes away as well. Likely next year. So I have rewritten everything that was written in PHP and Python in Go instead. Which means that almost everything is entirely rewritten (there is just a bit of AppleScript that has only changed a little) Go is a compiled programming language, and it does not require any runtime to be installed to function once the code is compiled. This means that the workflow is not dependent on Apple to provide support for something like PHP or Python in macOS anymore, and Go also has the added benefit of being faster than a scripting language like PHP. Version 2.0 does not really look or behave as different as the version bump might indicate, but almost everything has changed underneath to make this a better workflow. Rewritten in Go, so no dependency on PHP or Python anymore. This is important, as Apple is removing PHP from macOS 12 Monterey, and will also remove Python from macOS in the future. It's faster! Running the backend of the workflow as a compiled binary (Go) instead of a script (PHP) makes it faster, and it is also compiled as a universal binary, so it's running natively on both Apple Silicon and Intel Macs, but there are also some other changes that helps to make it faster and you will probably notice the difference if you used the old version before. Less risk for unexpected behavior that leads to bugs, both because it can't behave different depending on which PHP or Python version you have anymore, but also because it now for example uses more reliable ways to keep track of information while navigating through the different parts of the workflow. Adding bookmarks from Firefox is now more reliable, and if things still occasionally go wrong, the workflow is better at communication that in a useful way. (I switched from Safari to Firefox myself, so it got some more attention than before) Ability to add a bookmark by copying the address, rather than getting it from the currently active browser window. To use this feature for adding a bookmark from an unsupported browser (or somewhere else), just copy the address and go to the bookmark adding feature of this workflow. It will just work, without you having to do anything more than that! Get it from GitHub!
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  10. The solution is here : https://superuser.com/questions/1663797/google-drive-files-not-appearing-in-spotlight-and-alfred-after-update You have to manually enable Spotlight indexing again. Open a Terminal window and type: sudo mdutil -i on /Volumes/GoogleDrive* Worked for me on MAC OS Big Sur 11.5.2. Just wait 5 min and the files should show up. Of course, you have to add /Volumes/GoogleDrive/MyDrive to your search scope first.
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  11. Press a shortcut to simulate a right click in the Finder and use the context without leaving the keyboard. A native alternative exists but suffers from a major flaw: it right-clicks where you cursor is, not what you’re selecting. This workflow (or gist, if you prefer it as a Service) addresses that limitation. Download | Source
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  12. @Appu Mohan Please take a look at the thread below for the current state of Google Drive. Google have stated that it's not currently indexable by macOS, so we encourage anyone who can to make their voice heard with the Google support teams, so that this is prioritised in the upcoming updates. This thread is now locked since, as @deanishe said, this is already discussed elsewhere, and it's best to focus it on a single thread. Cheers, Vero
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  13. Inspired by Zach Lieberman, I’d like to try open office hours. I’ve never hosted or participated in any, so it’ll be a learning experience for me as well. The goal is discussing Alfred (or anything you want, really). I’m not an extraordinary developer, but I do have extensive experience with Alfred and coming up with solutions to make workflows do what we need. We may or may not talk code, but time would likely be better spent discussing how to make your ideas fit a Workflow. If you’re interested, reply to this post, send me a direct forum message, or tweet at me. Tell me if you have preferred days of the week and times. I’m in Lisbon (Portugal), so please give me your times in GMT (and if it falls at 5AM, you’ll know those aren’t suitable). Also include if you’d like to discuss alone or are fine with other people joining in. If you don’t have anything to talk about and just want to assist, that’s also fine; just say so and you can sit in on the conversations with the people that say they are fine with others joining (if any). After (if) I get a few people interested, we can schedule a day and times from there. I don’t have a Skype account, so we’ll talk via appear.in. It’s like Skype, but you don’t need an account or installing anything, just a web browser. It also allows easy screen sharing via a Chrome extension that can be installed on demand. It supports up to eight people at once. Emulating Zach, I’m thinking twenty to thirty minutes per person, over a couple of hours. At least for the first time, having just a few people might be best, to know what works and doesn’t.
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  14. Things for Alfred Interact with Things 3 using Alfred. Download and Installation Download the workflow file from GitHub releases and install it by double-clicking on Things.alfredworklow. Usage Use the keyword todo to show Things lists and action any of them for displaying the corresponding to-dos. Action a to-do to display it in the Things UI. Try the modifier keys either in lists or in to-dos to know other actions. Contribute To report a bug or request a feature, please create an issue or submit a pull request on GitHub. Credits This workflow relies on qWorkflow library by Ursan Razvan and OneUpdater by Vítor Galvão. The to-do icon is created by Jason Zigrino and released under the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 3.0 license. License Things workflow code is released under the MIT License.
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  15. Just as a little sneak... native support for assigning the same hotkey to multiple Hotkey Triggers throughout the same and different workflows is coming to Alfred 4.1
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  16. I frequently need to calculate aspect ratios and dimensions when resizing images, so I wrote a ratio calculator plugin for Alfred to make the calculation as efficient as possible. It works by reading a simplified ratio equation syntax in the form of a b c d where a, b, c, and d represent the numerators and denominators in an a/b=c/d ratio equation. Any non-number can be used to represent the missing number. E.g., 2/4=x/10 would be typed as 2 4 x 10 and Alfred will return 5, ready to be copied to the clipboard. Installation instructions and source on GitHub Download Ratio Calculator.alfredworkflow
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  17. Hi, this is probably the shortest and easiest workflow ever but i thought i'd post it anyway in case anyone finds it useful aswell. It simply removes the formatting from the text on the clipboard. So, if you copy some text from Firefox and paste it in an E-mail, often the pasted text will have a different font/text size/bold,italic formatting than the alredy present text in your e-mail. To solve this i use "Cmd + C" , "Alfred -> Strclip" , "Cmd + V", and the text will now be pasted with the correct formatting. There's also a native OS X shortcut for this (Cmd + Alt + Shift + V), however it doesn't work in a lot of Applications (for example Pages) and also... pressing those 4 buttons is nearly impossible ---- EDIT: added option to "strip and paste". Download: https://github.com/notDavid/alfred-workflow-stripClipboardFormatting/raw/master/Alfred-Strip.clipboard.text.formatting.alfredworkflow Github source: https://github.com/notDavid/alfred-workflow-stripClipboardFormatting
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  18. The bitly links are currently broken. Anyways, looks like https://github.com/notDavid/alfred-workflow-stripClipboardFormattingis the correct link for github.
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