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  1. Ah yeah, I tried that. I was hoping for something a little more rich and that I can use with my iPhone when on the go, so quick sketches and checklists are easy to use on my mobile while I can quickly add to while on my mac. Seems like the Notes app is this weirdly feature rich, but neglected application that Apple kind of wants to make cool, but then doesn't make it easy to customize or quickly access.
  2. I'm assuming there's no way to append to an existing note. I'd like to be able to just have one note that I'm always adding to. Sort of like a checklist that I keep up to date quickly. Ideally, it'd be neat to have your notes added to "default" note that you've created, but then have an option to create a new note by holding down a modifier key. Example: n remember the milk > remember the milk as been appended to Note: Checklist Especially with the new features in the notes app, I could see it being very awesome as a kind of "flow of ideas" manager that doesn't requi
  3. I know you don't get a lot of feedback, but I just want to tell you how impressed I am with your work. Thank you.
  4. Hi Stuart, Thanks again for all your hard work. I've been MIA for a while as I've been holding off on the Alfred 3 update until I knew my workflows were compatible. You've put in some great updates. The only request I have, though, is if you can make it optional for passwords to be marked as transient, allowing them to be stored in the clipboard history. I think it's interfering with Keyboard Maestro, which I use for a simple Type Clipboard hotkey action (extremely useful for logging into server administrative panels that will now allow Ctrl-C/Cmd-C actions). Thank you,
  5. I was looking all over for something like this. Thanks.
  6. I'm using it on El Capitan. Works fine for me. Also, really glad I found this here. So handy.
  7. Absolutely. Like I said, pipedreams. As it stands, this workflow is a really cool way to access LP, but if there were ever a jumping off point to do some extremely cool things, this would be it. As it stands, I'm very happy with where it's at. You are the best!
  8. Ah yeah, I forgot to add a few feature requests. Some of them are pipe dreams, but maybe they'll trigger some creative thinking on your part. I'll add to the github site.
  9. While I see what you're getting at, I think the request is simpler than that. We can just install the LP plugin in whatever browser we want to use and it'll take care of the auto login. What I would like to see is more of a "quick launch" from the workflow. For example, if I need to launch a site from a specialized hyperlink, it'd be a simple matter of press a modifier key, "Launch Site" appears, hit enter and let the default browser plugin take care of the rest. The reason why it would be useful in my case is because I don't have bookmarks for every client's admin portals. That would be w
  10. Perfect. I did as you suggested, works flawlessly. If you don't mind, I'd like to suggest some features for future releases. The primary functionality is getting passwords and usernames out very quickly, and it's near flawless at this point. However, there are things that I think of when I'm in the middle of doing something that would be incredibly helpful.
  11. Sure. If I get some time a little later today, I'll provide an example.
  12. I wasn't, I was using the "iCloud" version. I can see it takes a bit to fully complete the sentence while typing in Alfred using the "non-iCloud" version. Guess I was typing a little too fast for the workflow to catch up before hitting enter. Guess that's what I get for not reading the whole post :/ Thanks for the quick reply, though.
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