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  1. I'm sorry @dfay . I have not created workflows in a while and I am rusty. Your keyword + script solution works fine for one template. I can't remember how to create a workflow with one keyword (hs) which would display a selection of templates to choose from thanks again very much
  2. Yes, you are right, sorry. The link works, but when I tried to create an Alfred query it did not May I ask you: where should I insert {query} below ? with or without = ? thank you
  3. Hello, I set up a number of queries but in all cases there was something like search of query in the URL. I can't figure out how to set up a query for https://context.reverso.net/translation/english-german I have no problems with other translation sites like Linguee This is the web site https://context.reverso.net/translation/english-german/ If I translate this is a test, the URL becomes https://context.reverso.net/translation/english-german/this+is+a+test But if I click on the link below, it is corrupt. https://context.reverso.net/translation/english-ge
  4. Thank you. Your work is greatly appreciated. Unfortunately, when I run the workflow, dictcc opens but in the previous search. I tried changing all kinds of settings but it did not work.
  5. @deanishe In the Fluid app, I can generate a search by editing the query in the tab bar If I edit the query twice (first with alfred, then with bear), the tab is refreshed with the new search. No new tab is opened.
  6. I did 2 searches as per below. I do many per day. I have never closed a tab As you can see, the tab is refreshed. No tab is added or opened. I do not paste anything. I open the app → enter the term in the search field. Yes, the app is set to View → Tab Bar as confirmed on the image below. thank you for testing.
  7. @vitor @deanishe @Andrew You are absolutely right @vitor. The reason I asked is that the app I am using is a hybrid: a website converted to an app using Fluid. At the top I can see the actual web site in a format which seems amenable to a query. The image below is from the dict.cc Fluid “app”, not a browser. The advantage of this approach (which can be extended to any website converted to an app with Fluid) is that no “tab” is opened each time I perform a search, contrary to a browser, which opens a tab for each search. In other words, if I lookup words 100 times (
  8. yes, with a query, but @vitor says that it is not possible. thank you both
  9. I often use Alfred to query web sites, for example https://www.dict.cc/?s={query} for the dict.cc dictionary site I converted the above URL to an app using Fluid. I was wondering is there is a way to pass on queries the app instead of the URL The advantage is that when I use the URL query with a web site, a new tab is opened each time. If I use the app form, I just work in one window. thanks in advance for your time and help
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