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  1. YES! I can use that with Keyboard Maestro!
  2. Hi Stephen. Yes, and thanks for the reply. It's specifically the recent docs for the front app feature that I miss. I think it's to do with the fact that the workflow expects `.sfl2` files, but the extension seems to have been changed to `.sfl3`, which has probably also thrown the parsing off. I've had a look at `main.py`, but it's a bit over my head to be honest. EDIT: Wait, "Alfred includes over 60 default actions, such as copying to your Clipboard, saving as a Snippet, searching the web, showing recent documents for an app or extracting URLs from a block of text." I had no idea about that! I thought it was just a general recent docs thing. Unfortunately it still doesn't work for the front app; you have to explicitly action an app and then see its recent docs. Still, I might be able to use that as part of a Keyboard Maestro macro...
  3. This is my most used workflow and it stopped working for me a few months ago. I wish the Alfred team would incorporate something similar into the base features. It's so good when it works!
  4. What I'd love to do is type in a search term and select a track to play from the top online results, just like in the desktop app. Is this possible? I can navigate to a track by narrowing by artist first, but it's a much more slow and fiddly to do. Here, the top gif is with your workflow and the bottom is with the desktop app. https://imgur.com/a/KCuO74r Am I missing a simpler way to quickly find a track and play it?
  5. Thanks for the reply. I really like FAMOS, so I just went ahead and installed P2 anyway. πŸ‘πŸΌ
  6. Is there any plan to update this? It doesn't work in Monterey as they removed Python 2.
  7. Old thread but for anyone looking for an answer, check out PlugSearch and this thread.
  8. I'm a big Keyboard Maestro fan, so I totally understand the usefulness of variables; just never built anything complex enough to require them in Alfred. Thanks for the link - I'll get learning!
  9. Wow! I didn't even know Alfred had a variables viewer!! Thanks! That works perfectly! πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ
  10. This is brilliant! Would you be able to tell me how to get the files to save straight to the desktop, rather than create a folder each time? I looked at the code block to try and change the directory but couldn't find "saved_clips".
  11. So weird. This is still working great in most instances, but if certain apps are at the front (e.g. Audio Hijack), it says there's no image on the clipboard.
  12. I have a feeling I'm being dumb, but I can't figure out if this simple thing is possible. - I invoke Alfred and type the name of a folder, which then appears in the browser results. - How do I now search that folder to return results that I can then open?
  13. Thankyou for all your help. I'm a lot closer to the end goal now than before. Much appreciated. β™₯️
  14. That isn't necessary in the other AppleScript code, so I'm wondering what's different about the one we're now using? Given that it's two steps (copy then delete), it might mess up Finder's undo-ability, no? Regardless, I don't know how to do that, as usual. πŸ₯΄
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