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Karl87

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  1. I've searched this topic already, because I thought his might be an obvious use case. I mostly switch between tracking 2-3 projects, therefore I often just need to continue the last timer. My current understanding is that the fastest way possible to do so is: tgl p enter select my project go to "Time entries..." down arrow enter go all the way down to "continue" Isn't there a faster way to just continue the last timer with the same project?
  2. Ah ok. Yes, I hold the cmd key and tap C twice. I've tried it in recent days and I've finally got a hang on it and now it work I'd say 90-95% of the time. If it doesn't, I still can delete the accidentally made entry with fn + backspace
  3. I have the same issue like another user in 2016: https://www.alfredforum.com/topic/8703-clipboard-merging-shortcut-is-just-a-bit-too-fast/?tab=comments&_fromLogin=1 Back then Andrew said "I'm going to take a look at the logic of the clip merge before v3 release". Just wanted to check whether this behaviour has stayed the same on purpose or it just fell under the carpet. I know it seems to be only a minor issue but for me it's a make or break thing, when this shortcut only works a third of the time.
  4. Thank you very much for taking the time! Do I need to create a file in my home folder for this to work? And/or could you or someone else post a short instruction on how to make this script run?
  5. to push this thread up again, still very much interested in any (official) solution to store the clipboard history indefinitely (maybe saving it to a normal text file every 3 months (or so)
  6. Hi there, when I type in the Alfred search bar and then want to move it around it triggers the action when I release the mouse, e.g. googles it. Happens both with the internal trackpad and external mouse. It happens often when I want to type something off of the screen and have to move the search around to be able to read it. Alfred 4.0.6 [1124] OS X 10.12.6 (yes I know, it's old) Has anybody else this problem? Florian
  7. Am I the only one for whom it's not working? It's such an awesome use-case for Alfred. I tried it a gazillion times but the pairing won't work. I open iTunes, open Alfred and type e.g. "dj n" hit enter, switch to iTunes type in the code into the iTunes remote thing. I also activated sharing in the local network. Anything I'm missing here?
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