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    Acidham got a reaction from nicola.efflandrin in Resize Image   
    Resize an image, selected in Finder, to a target width by respecting image ratio. 
     
    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.
    http://t.cn/R42PAI2
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    Acidham got a reaction from nicola.efflandrin in Resize Image   
    Seems to be an issue with Image Events under Catalina: https://forums.developer.apple.com/thread/124420
    To fix there is a simple solution: https://darjeelingsteve.com/articles/Fixing-"Image-Events"-AppleScripts-Broken-in-macOS-10.15-Catalina.html
     
     
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    Acidham reacted to infinite_okay in Alfred Markdown Notes   
    Great!
    I'm glad you made this available.
    I'll let you know if I run into anything, nothing so far. 
     
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    Acidham got a reaction from pdazero in Alfred Markdown Notes   
    @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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    Acidham got a reaction from amahabal in Alfred Markdown Notes   
    Right format is:
     
    - [ ] my todo 
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    Acidham got a reaction from pdazero in Alfred Markdown Notes   
    Markdown Notes help to manage Markdown files in a directory with powerful full text search (supports & and |), tag search or search for todos ( - [ ] or * [ ]) . It also allows to quickly create new notes based on custom templates.
     
    I started to write this to replace the ton of Note taking apps that I used a while ago. I spent a lot of time to get this to work and the setup is a bit complex but once you went thru the steps it can indeed replace your note taking app. 
     
    The best MD Editor for this purpose is Typora but any other MD editor works as well. 
     
    Download at Git as usual: https://github.com/Acidham/alfred-markdown-notes/releases/latest
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    Acidham got a reaction from PaulFWatts in Alfred Markdown Notes   
    Markdown Notes help to manage Markdown files in a directory with powerful full text search (supports & and |), tag search or search for todos ( - [ ] or * [ ]) . It also allows to quickly create new notes based on custom templates.
     
    I started to write this to replace the ton of Note taking apps that I used a while ago. I spent a lot of time to get this to work and the setup is a bit complex but once you went thru the steps it can indeed replace your note taking app. 
     
    The best MD Editor for this purpose is Typora but any other MD editor works as well. 
     
    Download at Git as usual: https://github.com/Acidham/alfred-markdown-notes/releases/latest
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    Acidham got a reaction from vitor in AirPod Connector   
    @vitor Done...implemented and released Thank you for the tip!
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    Acidham reacted to sballin in Search Apple/iCloud Notes   
    Version 3.0.0 is out! Notes for this release:
    Rewritten in Go Faster searching Create a new note if none was found Shift+enter to search for query using Notes in-app search
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    Acidham reacted to deanishe in navi - turn command-line cheatsheets into Alfred actions!   
    This is a really good idea, but I had to edit the workflow quite a bit to make it useable.
     
    The workflow is fundamentally broken on my machine (navi: command not found) because I don't use bash. Sourcing ~/.bashrc does nothing. This is probably true of all new Macs (as well as many older ones) because zsh is now the default shell.
     
    So I replaced all calls to navi with $navi and set a workflow variable set to the full path to navi instead.
     
    I've also replaced the Terminal Command with a Copy to Clipboard action. When I'm looking up a shell command, 99% of the time, I want to paste it into my current shell (and possibly edit it before running), not start a new shell and run the command there unchanged.
     
    I've also added a Snippet Trigger, so I can call the workflow directly from my shell (the Alfred interface is nicer than the fzf one).
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    Acidham reacted to vitor in Notion.so Instant Search Workflow   
    I recommend against that. Packal has been a zombie for years. The site is falling apart and is abandoned by the developers, which don’t have time to work on it anymore.
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    Acidham got a reaction from cands in Recent files in a folder   
    New version 4.0:
     
    With version 4.0 the configuration was integrated in the Workflow from List Filter. After the upgrade it is required to setup the Folder from scratch!
     
    Please ensure to write down (or Screenshot) your current configuration.
     
    Download on Git
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    Acidham reacted to vitor in Reminders   
    @codydingy I ask you to not take this the wrong way. My goal here is to help you get the help you’re asking for. Consider this:

    If I do something for you for free, it’s a favour from which I may bail at any time. But if you introduce $5 to the mix, it becomes a business transaction—an obligation. There’s a threshold (different for everyone) that defines when one is willing to trade freedom for money.
     
    While it’s appreciated that you offer to pay for someone’s time, there’s fewer coding tasks one would accept (and not regret) for $5 than for $0. The commitment isn’t worth it1. If you cannot afford more than $5 but would still like to contribute to whoever helps you, you’ll be better asking for it for free and sending the money as a surprise after the fact.

    So in this case, it may be that your good intention is backfiring.
     
    1. There is one type of task that’s worth it. When the request is so clear and simple that we see the solution in our heads without having to look at the code.



    As a quick workaround, you may set a Hotkey Trigger (Action: Show Alfred; Argument: Text; Text: r in 30 minutes ). That way, when you press the hotkey you’ll have the text prepopulated and ready to go. Or you may do other connections with different Keyword Inputs, as long as you focus on the same goal.


     
     
    Old bug.
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    Acidham got a reaction from cands in Recent files in a folder   
    New version 3.2.2 supports sub-directory search: Download on Git
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    Acidham got a reaction from cands in Alfred Markdown Notes   
    Yep I will look into add additional folders readonly
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    Acidham got a reaction from cands in Alfred Markdown Notes   
    Thx @deanishe
     
    @cands Done!
     
     
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    Acidham got a reaction from cands in Alfred Markdown Notes   
    In my previous post I rejected to add subfolder scanning/searching but adding more than one folder would be a nice alternative. I will take a look into adding multiple folder in config which will be searched as well...
     
     
    I am using YAML front to ensure Tags: only in YAML Front will be searched for Tags. But I could add an option to allow yaml_tags_only=True. When set to False tags in the full content will be searched.
     
    Alternatively you can search for #tagname in search. This will find tags in the text.
     
    Thank you for your feedback, stay tuned ....
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    Acidham got a reaction from cands in Chromium Bookmarks and History Search   
    Finally version 1.0 including Firefox History AND Bookmarks, plus:
    Improved search: Now supporting white-space and & search Now supports special character search like german umlauts Download on Git
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    Acidham got a reaction from cands in Chromium Bookmarks and History Search   
    With new version 0.9.9 I added support for Firefox History. Bookmarks will follow
     
    Download on Git
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    Acidham reacted to cands in Alfred Markdown Notes   
    Awesome, thank you very much for the quick and most valuable update! Now it works to search for words with Swedish characters, and it improves the usability a lot. 
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    Acidham got a reaction from cands in Alfred Markdown Notes   
    Here we go v.2.2, let me know how it goes...
     
    New Features
    Added ability to paste tag from tag search into frontmost app
    Added new flag to settings to change search behaviour to run exact match or match any string (exact_match)
    Improvements
    Exchanged custom html to markdown converter to pandoc. The custom converter were not able to import a some webpages. Please ensure to install pandoc (the link can be found in mdhelp or README)
    rewrite of the search algorithm due to unicode issues
    Bugfixes
    The Search is now unicode savy, means e.g. german umlauts will now be found in md notes
    Improved filename normalisation
    Download via Git
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    Acidham got a reaction from deanishe in Alfred Markdown Notes   
    Here we go v.2.2, let me know how it goes...
     
    New Features
    Added ability to paste tag from tag search into frontmost app
    Added new flag to settings to change search behaviour to run exact match or match any string (exact_match)
    Improvements
    Exchanged custom html to markdown converter to pandoc. The custom converter were not able to import a some webpages. Please ensure to install pandoc (the link can be found in mdhelp or README)
    rewrite of the search algorithm due to unicode issues
    Bugfixes
    The Search is now unicode savy, means e.g. german umlauts will now be found in md notes
    Improved filename normalisation
    Download via Git
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    Acidham got a reaction from cands in Alfred Markdown Notes   
    With v2.0 links to multiple markdown files (File Action) can be generated into a new markdown note e.g. to collect all invoices related to an insurance
     
    Download at Git
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    Acidham got a reaction from cands in Search Alfred Workflows (Alfred 4)   
    new version 0.9 is now showing available keyboard shortcuts in quicklook help
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    Acidham got a reaction from bivalvegruff in Alfred 1Password Search   
    I think yes 🤔
     
    1. build in search for bookmarks (url) only.
    2. build in opens url in browser, this WF opens in 1Password
     
     but maybe I am missing something and it is possible there is no difference...let me know !
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