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dionmunk

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  1. I've updated the workflow to work with Alfred 4 and macOS Catalina. All original lines of code are still in all of the script files, just commented out, with my modified lines below them. Download: Alfred 4 - Rename 4.0 beta 2 I do have a feature request, though. It would be awesome if each captured piece of the filename could have the {find@@replace}{-modifiers} applied to it. So I could do something like the following: File List: This.Is.A.File.Name.For.A.Movie.MP4 This.Is.Some.other.FILENAME.blah.mp4 Rename RegEx: (.*)\.(.*)@$1{\.@@ }{-t}.$2{-l
  2. Thank you sir!!! You're awesome. Forgive my lack of knowledge. I'm very new to Alfred workflows, but I greatly appreciate your help.
  3. Thanks for the reply. I tried it without that piece and I get the same result. Is there a way to view any sort of logging for a workflow? Maybe I can track down where things are going wrong.
  4. I'm on macOS Catalina 10.15 and Alfred 4.05, and I can't get this workflow to work at all. I did have to allow Alfred to have Full Disk Access, Files and Folder access, and Automation access, but that still didn't allow it to function. I applied a possible fix for the q_workflow.scpt and changed the 7th line: set my _data to (POSIX path of (path to home folder)) & "Library/Application Support/Alfred 3/Workflow Data/" & (bundleid) & "/" to the following: set my _data to (system attribute "alfred_workflow_data") & (bundleid) & "/" But it didn't seem
  5. I just found your workflow and it is awesome! Thank you for the work you put into this. I love it.
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