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haakonstorm

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    Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, laser cutting (Glowforge Pro), tools and toolmaking, hypnosis, social and group dynamics, carpentry, siamese-oriental cats, science, filmmaking, art & drawing, 3d modeling.... too many to list. Oh, and Alfred App!

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  1. Hey, this is a great idea. Can you share how you made the Crome app with the clipper? I can see if I can figure out how to quit the dialog somehow. Do you use Karabiner, BTT, hammerspoon or any other such utility? (I use Karabiner (only for converting caps lock to Hyper key) and BTT). I am looking for a more general purpose workflow for Notion. My main problems with Notion: - it is incredibly slow, even on a 10-core iMac Pro - have no search and replace - search features in general are not up to par - is not scriptable What I want is twofold: 1. a cache of links to all the pages I have created and their headings 2. a quick entry dialog 3. a workflow to either - open the page in Notion desktop - prepend/append the quick entry text to the selected page - prepend/append if there is Markdown data on the clipboard and eventually: 4. either when the official API opens or via the unofficial python-notion-api, to somehow syncronize my notion workspaces to a folder structure so I have access to my pages or parts of my pages as pure Markdown and can edit them with Typora, VSCode, NValt and push the changes back to Notion itself by just diffing the markdown content.
  2. I'm not looking to create an Alfred Workflow, I'm looking to integrate *Alfred itself* into another utility, or re-create a rudimentary environment in which my own utility can talk with workflows originally created for Alfred. If anyone has done anything like this, previous projects or blueprints would be awesome, no matter which language it's written in
  3. [This is a reignition of an old thread from 2013.] Thank you for Alfred, it's been an awesome addition over all these years and continues to improve. I should have been an affiliate as I've generated numerous new customers over the years:) But - see this screenshot from an iMac Pro 27" and you see the problem users with larger monitors and/or high DPI settings have: 1. Alfred is *still* after all these years - limited to 9 results, and now it's become a problem - is it on the roadmap to add the option for more results? 2. I've developed a homegrown productivity system, and Alfred is just one of many solutions running on different macs and linux instances. I would love to see the option for my apps to connect to Alfred, submit a search term (like "mdi iconname") and get returned whatever Alfred itself is returned from its plugins and itself. Is this possible or on the roadmap? If not; is there any documentation for me in order to implement a rudimentary Alfred workflow parser/execution environment for text input only? (i.e. file actions, clipboard etcetera not immediately necessary as this will be dispatched from another machine or terminal than Alfred itself). Thank you. Greetings from Oslo, Norway - Storm
  4. What happened to this age old request? I find myself scrolling in results all the time, especially when returned results from e.g. web apps, devonthink and similar, 9 items, why such an arbitrary number? I'm running Alfred4 on an iMac Pro with 5K monitor on the far top of the monitor, I have room and would in fact prefer for the entire screen to be filled with results if that would be possible to configure. I'm doing a search; i want to see the results, and Alfred limits me to the top 8% of my monitor, whats up with that in 2019? 🙂 Other than that Alfred is kek-ath. Just needs a better iOS (and iPados) counterpart!
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