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  1. tell application "Finder" to set selList to selection as alias list tell application "System Events" key code 16 using {command down, shift down} delay 0.2 keystroke "Move to" key code 36 end tell here's my current workaround. Assumes that you have the combination "shift + cmd + z" to trigger alfred action on a set of files. any ideas how to avoid using the "delay" function (does not seem good coding style to me).
  2. Would really appreciate your help on this: 


    Sorry for annoying and thanks a lot! 

  3. Yes, that's exactly what I'm looking for. Anyone any idea? Still couldnt figure it out. @deanishe : Hast du eine Idee? :)
  4. Hi everyone, so after an update to Catalina the following script doesn't work anymore: tell application "Finder" to set selList to selection as alias list if selList is not equal to {} then tell application "Alfred 3" to action selList tell application "System Events" keystroke "Move to" key code 36 -- Return end tell end if Can anyone help? I can't figure out what's wrong Thanks!!
  5. Wow, works exactly as I wanted, thanks a lot!!! Just to make sure: I am connecting the hotkey to "Run Script" and set it to "usr/bin/osascript" and "with input as argv" , correct? (sorry, I'm a total Alfred newbie). p.s. enjoy your beer, just sent you one ? ?
  6. The problem is not that the hotkey is changing, I can hardcode ⌘8 and it would be enough for me. The problem is that I can't find a way to select multiple files and then trigger the File Action list AND the Move-to action. Is there any way to do this? Regarding your solution: I didn't quite understand how I'd do it. Can you please elaborate a bit? Thanks!
  7. Yes, I'm aware of that. However, this hotkey requires you to first activate it and THEN press "cmd+6" to get to the "move to" dialogue. I'd like to be able to do BOTH with one hotkey. Thanks
  8. Hi everyone, I am trying to set up a very simple workflow: Select one to n items in Finder Fire up the Alfred dialogue with file actions Automatically select the "move to" file action Type in the folder I want to move files to Files are moved What I have so far: This works perfectly, but only for ONE file. i.e. if I select multiple files, only one shows up in Alfred. And this works for multiple files (I defined ^+SHIFT + < as File Action trigger), but it doesn't register cmd+8 for some reason. I.e. I get to the file actions dialogue but would have to hit cmd+8 myself. Can anyone help? Thanks!
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