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  1. Wow, not sure how I missed that. Thanks!
  2. When you have Alfred configured to appear on the active screen, should large type also appear on the active screen? If so, then I’ll submit a bug report as my large type always appears on the active display, even when my second display is active.
  3. I’ll use github or Dropbox from now on. I could have swore text expansion worked in those fields. How odd, I wonder why I had though that. Thanks for expanding on this and providing a solution.
  4. I’m currently on the fence for this request. Syncing could be done via Zero Knowledge Encryption. So being sync’d wouldn’t really be a risk, if it was only unencrypted on the end devices. The amount of data would be the true limitation in my eyes. But still could be done relatively cheap I believe.
  5. I think this would be the right way. https://developers.google.com/identity/protocols/OAuth2
  6. this might be perfect actually ! Thanks for the idea.
  7. Funny thing is that is shows up with a man command. So it wasn't the workflow it's self. Anyway, using a regex pattern that strings all random chars from the beginning and end of the descriptions. And since its caching, I didn't notice a noticeable impact on performance. You can either type man workflow:update to trigger the update and then man workflow:delcache to rebuild your cache, or just wait for them to trigger themselves. man -k -P cat . | grep automation_trampoline attach_automation_image(8), -(8) - ."====================== attach_automation_image attach and initialize disk images for automation_trampoline(8) ." ." automation_trampoline(8), -(8) - ."====================== automation_trampoline runs automation on boot ." ." ." ." makewhatis: /usr/lib/./libgutenprint.2.dylib: No such file or directory
  8. Does this prompt you for your password or is it functional without those prompts ?
  9. Ah I was misunderstanding you. I’ll have a look! Thanks!
  10. Currently I do generate a html file and then it’s cached for 30 days. I could make the cache time configurable, but it is already able to build on demand the. Open in a default browser. hmmm solutions solutions.
  11. This is all very valuable feedback. Expect update to resolve these issues within a day. Thankfully, this workflow will auto update! As for your quick look question, that’s an idea. I’ll research it and see if I can get it working !
  12. Utilizing Alfred amazing launcher abilities, I've got a few workflows that include passing a password to a command, because I didn't want to type decrypt XXXXXXX (Password) I use a Applescript to prompt me for a secure entry dialog and pass that to my commands, any way to add a "Secure Entry" object that is configured to mask input and strip from debug logs ?
  13. Please post in the feature request section to get this some attention.
  14. Attached on the link is the workflow. It requires python3 and PyQT5 installed. Not ideal, but works for my use case. Example Workflow
  15. Not at my computer. But I think I used QT, same could be done with Pashua
  16. sure does have that function. Working on a update now. Along with a few that fixes.
  17. you are completely correct. I’ll have to see if awgo supports retrieving the cache directory. Else I’ll need to figure out a way.
  18. The attached should work. Modify as needed. Using Alfreds dynamic placeholders and if/else statement Development Mode Launcher
  19. To understand fully, something like ? Monday = Launch iOS Simulator Tuesday = Launch iOS Simulator Wednesday = Launch Android Thursday = Launch Android Friday = Launch iOS Simulator if that is the case, you could write a script that checks the day of the week and then launches said value. You would still need to trigger it via a hotkey or keyword type trigger. If you want it automated, then you need to look at something other than Alfred. As Alfred is a launch vs a task scheduler.
  20. Just because I am curious minded. Maybe test this? query="{\"items\":[{\"title\":\"$1\", \"subtitle\":\"$title\", \"arg\": \"HIJ\"}]}" echo -n $query
  21. That is odd. And yes, for python that call should work just fine.
  22. If using python Python Alfred Workflow Library; its a great library for writing Alfred workflows. How are you referencing the variables in bash? They get set a Environment variables. So {var:title} becomes $title
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