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    dunce reacted to iEnno in Open URL in Chrome's current tab in Firefox   
    1. Go into the Workflows panel of Alfred's Settings.
    2. Select Firechrome-Workflow.
    3. Double click 'Run Script' action.
    4. Delete Code and insert
    tell application "Firefox" to activate tell application "System Events" keystroke "l" using {command down} -- Highlight the URL field. delay 0.5 keystroke "c" using {command down} -- Copy the URL field. delay 0.5 do shell script "Open -a 'Google Chrome' " & (the clipboard) end tell  
    It's not very fast, but the simplest solution I could find right now. Ok to you?
    (sorry for delayed answer, have to figure out how to receive an email when someone quotes me)
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    dunce reacted to deanishe in Add "copy file" in file action   
    I had a dig through some old, similar scripts and came up with this. It will work as a command-line script or pasted into the Script box of an Alfred Run Script action (set Language to Python).
    #!/usr/bin/env python # encoding: utf-8 # # Copyright (c) 2016 deanishe@deanishe.net # # MIT Licence. See http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT # # Created on 2016-01-11 # """ Copy files to OS X clipboard. Works as CLI script or Alfred File Action script. """ from __future__ import print_function, absolute_import import os import sys from AppKit import NSPasteboard from Foundation import NSURL def paths2urls(paths): """Convert `paths` into a list of NSURLs. Args: paths (list): Absolute filepaths. Returns: list: List of NSURL objects corresponding to `paths`. """ urls = [] for p in paths: p = unicode(p, 'utf-8') url = NSURL.fileURLWithPath_(p) urls.append(url) return urls def copy2pasteboard(items): """Place `items` on the general pasteboard. `items` *must* contain NSURLs. Args: items (list): List of NSURL objects. """ pb = NSPasteboard.generalPasteboard() pb.clearContents() pb.writeObjects_(items) def filepaths_from_argv(): """Read filepaths from command-line arguments. Returns: list: Absolute paths read from ARGV. """ return [os.path.abspath(p) for p in sys.argv[1:] if os.path.exists(p)] def filepaths_from_alfred(): """Return filepaths based on Alfred's { query } text macro. Parse Alfred's tab-separated list of paths. Returns: list: Absolute paths passed by Alfred. """ filepaths = "{query}".split('\t') filepaths = [f for f in filepaths if f.strip() and os.path.exists(f)] return filepaths def main(): """Run script.""" if os.getenv('alfred_version'): # Running in Alfred filepaths = filepaths_from_alfred() else: # Assume CLI filepaths = filepaths_from_argv() urls = paths2urls(filepaths) copy2pasteboard(urls) if __name__ == '__main__': main() Just attach this to a File Action (it works with multiple files).
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    dunce reacted to deanishe in Add "copy file" in file action   
    To use it in Alfred, you must paste it in the Script box of a Run Script Action (Language = /usr/bin/python, natch).
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