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  1. Very grateful for your tutorials deanishe! This helped me out πŸ‘
  2. Thank you vitor Features -> File Search -> Actions: then uncheck the `Ctrl` as shown
  3. Thank you for the response vitor! I think it might be the single `Ctl` that's triggering the following view, shown below. It wasn't the `Ctrl + Enter`. Is there any way to disable the `Ctrl` behavior too? Thank you!
  4. There is some functionality attached to the `Ctrl + Enter` keys when launching and application, I can see the menu options in the advanced section as shown below. I it possible to disable the `Ctrl + Enter` functionality? That is, disable it, not change the settings. The reason is because I mapped `Ctrl + Ctrl` to the `Enter` key to save my right pinky except it conflicts with Alfred only when launching applications.
  5. Increase width of toolbar

    Thank you so much Eric! This was confusing me for so long
  6. Hi @h2ner! It sounds like you've made some progress. Right on! Any thoughts on putting together a demo screencast and installation instructions? How has it been working for the last couple months? I looked on packal but wasn't able to find it. Have you thought about publishing it?
  7. Increase width of toolbar

    Weird, the themes and fonts section isn’t showing up for and neither is the hover drag option. I’m using Alfred v3.3 with powerpack. Am I missing something here?
  8. Increase width of toolbar

    Right on I'm happy to hear it's possible, I've still been searching and hover around but I'm not finding it. Can you attach a screen shot? searching docs for it also not finding it https://www.alfredapp.com/search/?p=help&q=width
  9. Increase width of toolbar

    Hi @vitor ya I meant the Alfred window. Seems like there is no way to do it then
  10. Is it possible to increase the width of the Alfred toolbar? The reason is when I search for bookmarks or files sometimes the names are too long so they get chopped off but it would be nice to be able to see them.
  11. Thanks for the responses. But how would I search specifically for the bookmarks? not just the filename. Ideally, I'd like to be able to just keep all my pdfs in one folder and be able to search through all the bookmarks
  12. Hi All! I'd love a workflow that lets me search easily through all the pdfs on my system. How awesome would it be to quickly bring up a pdf by section, or a past bookmark/annotation? I think it would make a library of pdfs much more accessible. Requesting this workflow/pointing me towards one that already exists/some ideas for how to start working on it. Thanks Max
  13. Just downloaded this workflow! Another great one from you Carlos-Sz, thanks for all your hard work so many thumbs up!
  14. Is it possible to easily run custom bash scripts with Alfred, but run them from my local machine, instead of typing them into Alfred? For example, if I have the following script: ➜ xdoc git:(master) βœ— pwd /Users/max/Dropbox/work/src/github.com/mbigras/xdoc ➜ xdoc git:(master) βœ— ls README.md xcats xdoc xdoc.mm ➜ xdoc git:(master) βœ— readlink xcats /Users/max/Dropbox/work/src/github.com/mbigras/xdoc/xcats ➜ xdoc git:(master) βœ— cat xcats #!/usr/bin/env bash echo inside xcats with args: $@ with the following workflow, I get the following error, please see attached images. So I'm wondering how can I pipe alfred output into my bash scripts without manually writing them inside the Alfred IDE? Thanks