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barrettj

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  1. Nice! I was trying to figure out how I could parse the results of the 'pod search' command line and never got very far. Thanks for this!
  2. It appears alfred doesn't check the directories (I have an exchange account setup for work and it adds "Exchange Global Address List" to the Directories section of the Contacts app and from there I can search for people) if it can't find a matching contact. This would be very useful as then I could e-mail anyone in the company just by knowing their name and not have to pollute my address book with their contacts.
  3. He's the guy Richard Cunnigham said was one of the top ten people to watch in 2013.
  4. You have the language set to /bin/bash when it should be /usr/bin/oascript
  5. Yep, after adding that key to both the .plist files and restarting Alfred 2 it's consistently opening things in PathFinder instead of Finder.
  6. Ahh, I had added it to both, but the "Alfred-2.plist" one was largely empty and the ".Alfred-Preferences.plist" had a lot more in it. I didn't find it anywhere, I just spent a long time figuring out what the checkbox in PathFinder was supposed to be doing (it was setting the NSFileViewer in the plist for the dock) and when you said it was supposed to be modifying the preference file for Alfred I just tried adding that preference there as well.
  7. Check out here: http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/1146-pathfinder-support-is-not-working-as-intended/ if it's not working for you, I've posted some steps that got it working for me
  8. Nothing I had done with toggling the setting in PathFinder and restarting worked (I literally spent over 2 hours trying different combinations of toggling the setting, restarting apps, and restarting my computer). But based on your statement about modifying the setting file, I looked into it and I found something which does work: Quit Alfred 2 Open ~/Library/Preferences/com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-2.plist (this file is a binary property list, so you'll need a plist viewer - I'm using Xcode) Under Root (where everything is), add a key called NSFileViewer of type String with the value com.cocoatech.PathFinder Repeat the process for ~/Library/Preferences/com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-Preferences.plist - just to be sure Restart Alfred 2 and everything will be working as you expect.
  9. See http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/343-feature-request-open-in-pathfinder/?p=5518 for additional notes.
  10. I'm experiencing this as well. Some Notes: 1) Every other app opens in PathFinder correctly 2) If you type in ~ and then go to a directory and hit Cmd+O it correctly opens that folder PathFinder 3) If you type in ~ and navigate to a file and choose "Reveal in Finder" it incorrectly opens Finder 4) If you have a workflow that does an "Open File" action on a folder, it incorrectly opens Finder I feel this should possibly be moved to bug reports as it's supposed to be working correctly, but isn't.
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