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  1. You don't need, but you can, alternatively to inset a space Just realise that after your question. Usually I tend to do that if there is an autocomplete before I complete to write the keyword, but in this case it does not make any sense since the keyword are only two letters.
  2. Ok, I think I have it now. Just used run script instead and it works!
  3. Hi @deanishe I would like to have a really simple workflow that does the following: - input keyword: ('kl') - press enter (↩︎) - input query ('upper') - press enter (↩︎) - show image What I've achieve so far is to use a terminal command action that runs the following: qlmanage -p ~/.alfred-workflows/keyboard-layouts/{query}.png This works, it opens Quickview with the specified image, the problem I have now is that it opens a terminal window and process, and this is annoying.
  4. Hi, I'm creating my first workflow, so please bear with me The idea is simple I would like to show a image based on a query. Is there any way to do open something like the finder preview using Alfred? I don't want to open the image in with something similar to finder quick-look, since this is intended to show a quick help and if opened on preview requires to close it latter. Thanks
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    Hi apb123, The link is broken...
  6. I've some doubts how it works the sync when you make changes to a workflow, the only way I could sync the changes made was to export it after editing directly in Alfred preferences, and then reimport to make the tweaked version sync. Is there any way around? It would be nice to have a "reload workflow" option, that way we could edit the scripts from the sync folder and see it happen. Thank you
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    Solarized Dark

    Some tweaks after a day using the theme: install: Solarized Dark (hi-less)
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    Solarized Dark

    More is less install: Solarized Dark (less)
  9. hi glgray, to change the overall width you can mouse over the background while pressing cmd ⌘ key, it should output this: increase window width simultaneous press shift to decrease the width, to apply any change you should click. : )
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    Solarized Dark

    Adding a "monochromatic" version: install: Solarized Dark (mono)
  11. Hi, Is there any guidelines on how to post a new theme? I've follow other users, posted a image (snapshot form the preview on preferences) and posted a link to the install... Thank you
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    Solarized Dark

    Thank you burke! Hope you don't mind if I reply with another take of Solarized Dark, this way we keep forum uncluttered. install: Solarized Dark
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