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  1. I'm a long time Alfred user (next month it will be a decade since my first powerpack puchase; I started with Alfred version 0.8.2). Even as a workflow creator/power user I consider my use of Alfred quite limited in scope: clipboard history, web searches, a few workflows with keywords, a few workflows with only hotkeys, and of course app launching. Anyway, I found out about Raycast yesterday and given that I'm away from my computer right now all I can do is read about it and watch YouTube videos. This is the only thread on Alfred Forum about Raycast (surprising!) so I t
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  2. you can import this list into a "list filter" object (which accepts a CSV input), set your client number as the argument, then link to a "Copy to Clipboard" output. or you can use @deanishe's I-sheet-you-not workflow
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  3. Value/arg and ARGV are command-line arguments, not environment variables. It looks like you’re using Node, which (I think) puts environment variables in process.env. If you want arg “moved” to an environment variable, so the second Script Filter has an empty query, add an Arg and Vars utility between the Script Filters with an empty Argument field, and a variable with the value {query}
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  4. it does allow paste from clipboard 🙂 just select the image slot, then paste
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  5. I Sheet You Not Create auto-updating workflows from Excel worksheets. Works like a List Filter but using an Excel file as the data source. I Sheet You Not is a workflow generator/template for Alfred 3. It reads data from an Excel workbook and displays them in Alfred. You can specify which rows and columns the data are read from, and changes to the data are picked up automatically by the workflow. Download and installation Download the workflow from Packal or GitHub releases and double-click the downloaded I-Sheet-You-Not-X.X.X.alfre
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  6. try this: replace 'Run Script' with 'Script Filter', set to 'No Argument', and use this code: myCycleCount="$(system_profiler SPPowerDataType | grep "Cycle Count" | awk '{print $3}')" cat << EOB {"items": [ { "title": "My Cycle Count: $myCycleCount", "subtitle": "anything else you want to show", "arg": "any arguments you want to pass" } ]} EOB
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  7. You need to remove the javascript: scheme and URL-decode it: const q=escape(location.href);location.href='https://papago.naver.net/website?locale=ko&source=auto&target=ko&url='+q; The full AppleScript to run that JS in the active tab is therefore: tell application "Safari" to do JavaScript "const q=escape(location.href);location.href='https://papago.naver.net/website?locale=ko&source=auto&target=ko&url='+q;" in front document
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  8. When copying code, you need to do it exactly. I wrote: system_profiler SPPowerDataType | grep "Cycle Count" | awk '{print $3}' And you did: system_profiler SPPowerDataType grep "Cycle Count" awk '{print $3}' .
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  9. All you need is a Run Script Action with default settings and the following code: system_profiler SPPowerDataType | grep "Cycle Count" | awk '{print $3}'. Then however you invoke it (e.g. Keyword Input) and how it outputs the information (e.g. Post Notification Output) is up to your preference.
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  10. deanishe

    creating directory

    Sure. But if you want a workflow that will continue to work on future systems, use Python 3. Python 2 is dead. Regardless of any other qualities of the language, that makes it a questionable choice for new code.
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  11. deanishe

    creating directory

    What does the debugger tell you the error is? FWIW, I'd switch to Python 3 now if I were you on account of Python 2 being dead. Then you can just do os.makedirs(os.path.expanduser('~/...'), exist_ok=True)
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  12. @ADG Welcome to the forum You can indeed delete individual items from the Clipboard Viewer using Fn + backspace. Cheers, Vero
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  13. drgrib

    New Bear Alfred Workflow

    I've created a new Bear Alfred workflow here: https://github.com/drgrib/alfred-bear It is faster compared to the current Bear Alfred workflow because it is written in Go instead of Python and has optimized SQL queries. It also adds tag searching and autocompletion, link pasting, and clipboard content to note on creation. I do appreciate the author of the original Bear Alfred workflow because I started mine from his design.
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  14. Diegobit

    Bluetooth Controller

    Really useful workflow! Works out of the box for me 👍 (as a developer I had homebrew, python etc)
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  15. @Mr Pennyworth While it's clever in concept, I'd personally discourage using the multi-Script Filter method you're using, even though it's unlikely to, in isolation, cause any performance issues with Alfred. If somebody installed multiple workflows which used the same method, then Alfred will be running multiple scripts on every keypress. There is definite scope for an enhanced native command history built in to Alfred. This would take some thought and design, and would be configurable and user opt-in. I would also think about a easy-on temporary private mode, much like a browser,
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  16. fipo42

    Move/Copy Files

    I tried to make workflow that enables you to: Step 1: Select files in Finder Step 2: type keywords to move/copy it to destination folder (you specify the destination by typing it to Alfred) I make this because i feel drag & drop files in Finder is a bit slow and using terminal directly to use mv and cp commands took too much steps too Feel free to download it here: https://github.com/fipo42/Alfred-Move-Copy-Files/releases/tag/v0.1.0 and suggest improvement in Github page here: https://github.com/fipo42/Alfred-Move-Copy-Files/tree/v0.1.0 This is actually a very simple code, fo
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  17. Weaselboy

    Pocket for Alfred

    https://github.com/fniephaus/alfred-pocket/releases/tag/v7.3 Looks like there was an update a couple days ago.
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  18. You need to make sure that you add the remote page. Click on the "Remote" tab in Alfred Preferences. On the left bottom side, you'll see a "+" button. You'll have three options: "Examples", "Workflows", and "Blank Page". Select "Workflows" and then select "PowerPoint Remote". That should add the Remote Page with all the buttons, and it should look like this:
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