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  1. Please try following workaround and let me know:
  2. yes I encountered the same and it seems that Firefox history is slowing it down. Once I disabled Firefox in settings history search is fast. You can play around with sql_fire_limit which also speeds up history search but the fastest experience that you can get is by disabling Firefox from history search.
  3. I seem that the workflow picks up python version 3.9 but it is expected to pick python version 3.7.3. I do not have version 3.9 installed on my computer therefore I cannot test. Let's do the following: 1. open py3.sh in workflow directory 2. change PREFER_LATEST to 0 3. Delete directory ~/Library/Application Support/Alfred/Workflow Data/com.apple.alfred.workflow.chromium-hist 4. exec workflow again I hope python 3.7.3 will be set as python3 version
  4. FYI this is the new version supporting Brave next to other browsers: https://github.com/Acidham/chromium-hist-bookmarks
  5. When you would like to use custom templates you need to : 1. define template_tag in config e.g. #MyTemplate 2. Create a Template by simply create a md note and add #MyTemplate to the list of tags...save 3. Type `mdc` And you will see a list of your custom templates containing #MyTemplate See also README.md to learn how to use Templates hope that helps...
  6. @ams On which macOS version are you using the workflow? It seems python 3 cannot be found. What is the output when you type: python3 -V into the terminal?
  7. @Vero I left Evernote behind because of missing Markdown support. At that time they considered adding MD support for over 6 years. I assume similar will happen with AS support I really don't know why EN is so screwed 😕
  8. @bazerman Interesting, I moved from EN to NS 6 months ago. I thought EN released a new version why are you saying then "kamikazed" ... did EN screwed it up?
  9. Your usecase describes cropping but the workflow was build to resize an image. Therefore the answer to your question is no. please also read the usage Description: Usage Select an image in Finder, open Alfred and enter rimage and enter a value for the target width, e.g. rimage 300. The image will be resized to target width by respecting ratio. Works with .jpg and .png.
  10. Not working on my side see: https://github.com/cprecioso/alfred-soulvercore/issues/1
  11. It is there! But why are you looking up for ImageEvents.app in Alfred!? You need to add it to System Preferences → Full Disk Access and click on the + to add it. With this Finder will open
  12. Quick and dirty...enjoy: https://github.com/Acidham/alfred-sidenotes
  13. I am not using SideNotes but with AppleScript it will be relatively easy. Following AS gets all available folders: -- Get list of available folders tell application "SideNotes" set folders_object to folders set folder_list to {} repeat with f in folders_object set folder_list to folder_list & name of item 1 of f end repeat end tell And with this you can create a note "hello world": -- Use folder name from previous code set target_folder to "Showcase" -- Create note in target folder tell application "SideNotes" set n to make new note at
  14. @pdazero, @infinite_okay I implemented filename_format setting. Please download the beta version from GIT: https://github.com/Acidham/alfred-markdown-notes and test Note: Do not download latest release from git because that version is still 3.0.1 where the one in repo is 3.0.2 Feedback would be appreciated.
  15. @pdazero My first prio was to upgrade to Python 3 which I released now. I will look into your issues afterwards. I am thinking of implementing custom note title patterns similar to the data format setting. But for now you need to live with your hack or maestro script, sry.
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