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  1. Hey Deanishe, any suggestions on how to do that? I use this workflow constantly and am missing it!
  2. ok that sounds like the avenue I should head down, thank you so much for looking at this for me, you have been quite helpful throughout the years!
  3. Awesome, thank you, this is written in googles script editor, I have no idea how to get it to link back to my alfred, thank you function newClient() { var clientName = ('Last Name, First Name - Company Name'); var clientFolder = DriveApp.createFolder(clientName); var masterClientFolder = DriveApp.getFolderById("0B2Xyh0kSszIcYXJtemlSSUNlYUE"); masterClientFolder.addFolder(clientFolder); DriveApp.getRootFolder().removeFolder(clientFolder); var clientFilesFolder = DriveApp.createFolder('Files'); var
  4. well thats a good sign. Ok to add script here? It references files but I dont think anyone could access them without being in my account right? Or should censor it or PM you the code?
  5. I havent had any luck with this as I know its pretty complicated. I do have one more question for you if you dont mind (and thank you so much for all the help you have provided throughout the years!) The script I wrote about above is a google script and only requires one thing to be changed, the name field, which propogates all the documents with the right names. What im wondering is, is there any way to trigger this script from within alfred and pass the one variable I need to the script. Right now I have to open the script (which I do with an alfred shortc
  6. Hmm not sure how that would implement, thinking about it now, maybe I could do it with IFTTT and another program, not really sure how to accomplish this, thank you for taking a look
  7. Good Morning, I am writing on a whim here so no rush or urgency, I just have always had great success bringing my ideas to the table here and seeing what others think. I run a web hosting / design company, and use Alfred every day all day for many of my tasks. One of my organizational techniques is Google Drive with a huge client folder structure where each client has a folder (last name, first name - Company name) and then inside each folder I have sub folder (files, notes, etc) and even a password doc that gets changed for each client (Passwords for Last Name, First Name - Compa
  8. Wow thank you for taking the time to explain that to me, I understand a little more and now this command is working flawlessly, thank you so much! You are always an amazing help deanishe
  9. yep that what I was using, but how would I run this command through script ssh <host> pmset sleepnow´╗┐ Wouldnt I need to call terminal and everything, sorry im very novice with all of this
  10. Hmm so the code is working great (was having a hard time with being on the right network) but now Im running into how to close terminal after the command is complete. I can send through the command+q command and that works well, except when the command is still running, any way to make it exit after finishing the command? I know im knit-picking now so no problem if not! Thank you both for your amazing help
  11. Worked perfect once, now its hanging, not sure whats going on, may try the other method
  12. ssh <host> pmset sleepnow´╗┐ Seems to do exactly what I needed, thank you so much!
  13. gonna take a stab at all this now will let you know what I see
  14. Im sorry I should have clarified, I do have keys set up I believe as it doesnt require password anymore
  15. Good morning, this is one I've been trying to accomplish a few times but have hit walls many times as my knowledge is limited. I have a computer in the office (imac) that we use as a display only. I want a simple workflow to run on my macbook that would sleep the machine. I can do it with a few commands manually by SSH into the machine, then run osascript -e 'tell application "System Events" to sleep'. But for some reason I cant get past this. I see 2 ways forward and havent figure out how to do it either way. Firstly I believe theres a way to send the comma
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