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  1. I meant the text in the image: "For background app scripts..." I'm on Catalina too.
  2. Hey thanks, Alan. This doesn't work for me at the moment though. Not sure why, but in case I'm missing something: I'm on Alfred 4, MacBook Pro 2017 touchbar. I get this notification in Alfred re the apple script:
  3. Hello, I'm getting a tiny bit of latency after invoking the Alfred main window so Alfred isn't catching the first letter of a shortcut. Is there any way to reduce the latency, or just ensure is running as fast as possible? Many thanks
  4. Wondering if there's an Alfred shortcut to toggle off the trackpad on my Macbook when I'm typing? At the moment I'm plugging in a mouse and it's set up to disable the trackpad when it's plugged in. Would be ace to use a shortcut though
  5. Thanks, I can get that to play the playlist, but is there a way to do that and open the Spotify player as well, or would I just have to switch apps? I'm wanting to see the playlist to update it, rather than hear it. I can do it by opening the URI in terminal in Alfred but I get the feeling I'm doing some unnecessary steps there. Basically what I want to do it the same as if I pasted in the URI into the Spotify search tab where it opens the playlist but doesn't play it.
  6. @vdesabou - Thanks, I got everything I need from the DB. Last thing - Can the Mini Player open a spotify URI?
  7. Thanks for this! Just wondering: I'm wanting to create a database to manage 350 of my playlists (making sure they're up to date, etc) Is there a way to export info from the app to something like Google Sheets? I guess I'd like to get the Playlist Title, A Link so it opens in Spotify, When last updated into GSheets. Cheers!
  8. Hi @nonickfx - will this take any file and move it wherever you tell alfred to put it? Sorry I can't help with the code. I was just searching for a way to have Alfred move files around.
  9. Excellent! I guess the tools I use often are Evernote, Asana, Vimeo, Sibelius, Pixelmator, Transcribe!, Google Docs. A few for your list Great workflow, thanks!
  10. Thanks again for that workflow, @vitor! Worked like a charm & saved me a bunch of time Mike
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