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nikivi

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  1. 4 hours ago, Brandon Lipman said:

    I am technical in nature and readily familiar with the APIs that would be used. 

     

    If you are familiar with the APIs used, it's not that hard to do a request and present the results in Alfred. https://github.com/deanishe/awgo or https://github.com/deanishe/alfred-workflow have methods that take data and turn it into Alfred results. 

     

    You can find out what URL is in browser tab with applescript unless its Firefox.

     

     


  2. If you have this script filter block:

     

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    It would be nice if Alfred would automatically create a note for the user with the placeholder subtext instead of leaving it empty as it is now.

     

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    So it will look like this:

     

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    I often add such a note myself to script filters as it provides context but it's annoying to have to do it every time + having to keep it in sync. 

     

    Perhaps Alfred can color it in a different color to signify that the note is 'generated'.

     

    Perhaps also some other blocks can make use of this 'generated' notes from meta data already provided. Will make managing and understanding workflows easier and remove the burden.

     

    Thank you and I hope you consider adding it. ❤️


  3. Made a small update to the workflow to search through all the links in the wiki. As well as improved the general search so it gets correct URLs. Small demo below.

     


  4. It is super annoying not being able to search for a specific string in Alfred debugger. Especially when you have output of multiple lines so you are forced to scroll. 😢

     

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    I would love if I could press a hotkey (like cmd+opt+f or similar since cmd+f is taken by general Alfred search) and it would let me do a search for a string. Perhaps with a window like this.

     

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    Thank you. 

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