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  1. Thanks @deanishe. Two further questions: 1. Is there any control over the way Alfred opens user-typed URLs (and also through bookmarks or through Alfred's own history) in the default browser? Examples of different ways of opening tabs include: Instead of the active tab If there's more than one tab open, in a new tab next (right) to the last one In a new tab next (right) to the active one In a new window And more. 2. I have a USB disk which I occasionally plug into my Mac. When I type the drive's name it doesn't show up in Alfred's results. Can I somehow add the drive to Alfred's results, but obviously make it appear (upon searching for it) only when it's plugged in? Thanks!
  2. This essentially means that even if I don't see the OneUpdater node, an auto-update functionality may still exist in the workflow? This is done by adding "ps" to the "Comments" box of the Info panel for the Photoshop.app? Thanks!
  3. Thanks a lot for the helpful input. A few additional questions: 1. How can I tell for a certainty whether a workflow has automatic updates or not? 2. Many macOS apps are composed of different - for a lack of a better word - "elements" Two random examples are Google's Backup & Sync, which has a Finder synchronization folder, but also a menubar representation, (with vital information), and a preferences window; and KeyCue, which consists of the actual app and preferences window. Is there any way to define that what "element" will be launched upon selecting a matching search result? For example, I want "Backup and Sync from Google.app" to launch the software's preferences and not the relevant Finder folder. Moreover, when I select "KeyCue" in Alfred, I want to launch the actual app and not its preferences. And there are many other apps where I would much prefer to directly launch the menubar counterpart, rather than the "main" app. 3. Can I set custom Alfred abbreviations for system commands and applications? (e.g. "fq" for Force Quit, "ps" for Photoshop, respectively) 4. In Alfred's navigation mode, why is the sorting of files is as follows? As you can see, 10, 11 and 12 come before 2. I would naturally expect that 1 would be followed by 2, 3, 4 and so on... Is there any way to change the former behavior to the latter one? Thanks!
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    Go To Here

    This is easily one of the best workflows ever, but it doesn't work in Adobe Photoshop. Any idea why?
  5. Thanks a lot for the immensely helpful replies. Sounds like a much better alternative than dragging (the ultimate workflow killer). And I just stumbled upon this wonderful workflow, which brings as close as possible to Alfred navigation in open/save dialogs. I hope macOS will eventually get better in this regard and allow for native solutions to this. 1. So I guess I also can't queue multiple clipboard items into some kind of a "File Buffer" (with the goal of invoking a command at multiple items at once)? 2. Is there any way to sync Alfred's text replacements to my iPhone?
  6. Hi everyone! A few Alfred starter questions. It's going to be quite a long list, as the more I use this wonderful software, the more eager I get to explore its capabilities. 1. Text expansion: do you folks prefer to use macOS's text replacement feature or Alfred's snippets? Alfred's offering is superior, of course, but macOS text replacements can be synced to mobile iOS devices, which is very compelling. 2. We all know macOS's open and save dialogs are a nightmare, especially after you're used to efficient keyboard navigation with Alfred. Is there ANY way whatsoever to apply Alfred's basic File Search capabilities to the open and save panels? If not, is there any other software that can offer this? 3. I would like to know if there is a way to perform a more intelligent file search (I believe this is also called "fuzzy" search, correct me if I'm wrong) in Alfred. For example, let's say I have the following directory: I expect Alfred to find the folder "Red" only if I type a partial string like "do cha re". Similarly, if I type something such as "do cha bl en", ideally Alfed would find "Engine.jpg" inside "/Blue". Launch Bar behaves like this and it works very well! It would be amazing if Alfred would do the same. 4. Is a difference between pressing `⌘+C` (copying) and hitting `↵` (selecting) on an item from the clipboard history? 5. I noticed that when interacting (whether copying or selecting) with a clipboard item, that item jumps to the top of the list. Is there any way to disable that? 6. Is it possible to activate Quick Look on clipboard items? 7. Is it possible to open the File Action menu for items in the clipboard history? Some of the clipboard items are files for all intents and purposes, so making them compatible with File Actions is almost a no-brainer. And I can definitely imagine various File Actions for other clipboard items that are not "files" per se, such as copied images and texts (like Imgur uploading for the former, and creating a new note in Notes for the latter). Thank you very much!
  7. Hello, I've been trying to download this but the link is broken. Any chance for a working one?
  8. Thanks @dfay! But sadly, even refined solutions such as this will never be as smooth as native ones. Prefixing every folder search is a hassle. Anyway, I didn't imagine such granular control over Finder tabs is achievable. So, while we're at it, is it possible to expand this workflow with more options? Stuff like "Reopen Closed Tab", "Close All Tabs but the Active One", "Close All Tabs to the Right/Left" would be incredible.
  9. Thanks @vitor. 1. Is the Quit command in Activity Monitor equals to conventional quitting (⌘Q) when there's a standard macOS app in focus? (i. e. Chrome). 2. What I was inquiring about was the possibility that you add an option to relaunch the process that was just quitted, or force quitted. Regards
  10. @vitor, I see. Well, I guess it was a misuse of words and what I really referred to were processes. I checked Activity Monitor and for a given process there, you have an option to Quit (⌥⌘Q) and Force Quit (that small icon, see attachment), which is different than the former option, if I'm not mistaken. Thanks.
  11. Thank you so much for this great workflow. It works superbly. Is it possible that you add a "Restart" option? Ideally, two types of "Restart" would be available: "Quit and Relaunch". For apps that are not really frozen and for some reason just need a restart, I rather quit conventionally to not lose any data. "Force Quit and Relaunch" for apps that are frozen. Thanks again!
  12. kodiak

    Switch Between audio input and output

    Thank you for this great workflow! It's the best among the numerous audio source switching workflows I've tested. One caveat: sometimes it fails to catch some or all of the audio devices (if there's only partial catching of audio devices, the AirPods are the ones to be omitted, usually), so a makeshift solution I have is to "reload/refresh" the workflow by erasing one letter (pressing ⌫ once, resulting in "outpu"), and then typing "t" again. The full list of devices is then always retreived. Thank you!
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    (faster) Menu Search

    This is an amazing workflow. Saves me tons of clicks. Thank you! I've discovered 2 bugs: 1. "Rename" opens "Item Info". If multiple files are selected, then instead of the "Rename x Items..." panel, the "Multiple Item Info" panel opens. 2. "Get Info" doesn't work, neither for a single item nor for multiple. Thanks!
  14. @dfay, glad I could help. BTW, what do you mean by "allowing selection of Finder views"?
  15. Hello, I rely on Alfred exclusively for traversing my file system - opening files and folders with Finder, that is. The problem is that every new folder that I open - unless it already is - is opened in a new tab. Since I jump to and from my Mac's directories like a wild ferret, a simple browsing session results in dozens of Finder tabs. Is there ANY way to make folders open in a current/most recent Finder tab? This would be a real lifesaver. Path Finder behaves likes this out of the box and it's really nice, but the rest of that software is so buggy I couldn't use it anymore. Thanks!
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