MEs reacted to jeffsui in Today View for Google Calendar and Microsoft Exchange
@MEs I think i noticed that also. It will take me a few days to get to it pretty busy this week.
MEs reacted to dondiego87 in Force "I'm feeling lucky"
Turns out that DuckDuckGo has a similar functionality if you prepend your search with "!ducky" (no quotes). Cute, right? I am now using this Search URL for my Alfred Custom Search and it works like a charm:
MEs reacted to rounak in Alfred 3.1 : new features / improvements questions
External Trigger example:
Initially, this workflow was
Install it. Quit a couple of apps with option+return key. And then try the one above. Disclosure: I am a newbie too.
MEs reacted to Vero in Alfred 3.1 : new features / improvements questions
You can take a look at an External Trigger example workflow within Alfred itself.
In the workflows preferences, click the [+] button at the bottom of the sidebar, choose Getting Started > Call External Trigger. The workflow is documented to help you understand what each stream of the workflow is doing
MEs reacted to deanishe in Alfred 3.1 : new features / improvements questions
That refers to Alfred's support for sending files as attachments with Airmail 3, not searching Airmail 3's data.
MEs reacted to rounak in [Solved] applescript click event not working in Alfred
They are co-ordinates on the screen where I want to to perform the click event. You can see those co-ordinates near your mouse cursor after pressing the relevant keyboard shortcut as listed in
MEs reacted to deanishe in Create a workflow with files embedded in the .workflow
info.plist and icon.png need to be in the workflow root directory. Beyond that, it's entirely up to you to do what you feel is best for the workflow and language you're using.
In the case of workflows written in Python, subdirectories are often 3rd-party libraries bundled with the workflow.
MEs reacted to deanishe in [Solved] Mount / Unmount a shared network drive
Yes. Just use a Run Script Action with Language = /bin/bash
It's generally a better idea to also use Run Script Actions to run AppleScript, too, by setting Language = /usr/bin/osascript (AS)
The reason is that Run NSAppleScript runs the script on Alfred's main thread, which blocks Alfred till the script finishes. The normal Run Script action runs in the background, so you can keep using Alfred.
However, because AppleScript is weird, sometimes one will work but the other won't.
MEs reacted to Andrew in Create a workflow with files embedded in the .workflow
Once a workflow is installed, if you select it in the list, right click and choose "Open in Finder" then simply put any additional resources here. When you export the workflow, it will automatically be included in the workflow itself.
Likewise, you'll also be able to edit any scripts directly in this workflow folder too.
MEs reacted to Andrew in Ignore hotkey in specific apps
Alfred can actually do this, but it requires the Powerpack and a workflow to replace the default hotkey.
If you ever change your mind about "nor would I want to get powerpack just for this", let me know and I'll share a workflow with you