Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Luddite

  • Rank

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Pardon my silly question. If I understand correctly, when I activate Alfred and type `mdc`, I'm supposed to see a drop-down list of my templates inside the notes folder. From that list, I can select the template to create a note from. But I see none. All I can do is to type note title, enter, and then get a new note created from the default template.
  2. Sorry that I didn't reply to you sooner. I'm using the latest Todoist workflow, 5.8.3 and Alfred version 4.0.9. I got that notification, but I was still able to add and retrieve tasks as normal.
  3. I've installed Node.js and set the API token and it was registered as successful. However, whenever I run any command, like creating a task or searching for tasks, there was a notification from Alfred “Couldn't update workflow. Can't read property 'length' of null”.
  4. This is fantastic. Thank you so much for your hard work.
  5. I'm still getting around Alfred, but anyone tell me if it is possible to tweak this workflow so that I can search Evernote notes from Alfred browser, without having to open Evernote? Anyone, huge thanks to @Carlos-Sz for taking your time to craft this powerful workflow.
  6. I know this thread is a lifetime ago, but I just need to thank you for sharing that workflow. It still works great after all those years. I always have at least 6, sometimes more than 10 apps running, and my hands can longer handle that.
  7. Thank you. This works like magic. This is why I never wish to use other people's computers.
  8. Belated thank you to multicolor. This is exactly what I'm looking for. But if I understand it correctly, the Finder window has to be the frontmost app for the AppleScript to work, right? Still, this is better than having 10 windows open 😫.
  9. I don't know if this is what you're looking for, but I set up a workflow like this: - when I activate Alfred and type the keyword “png”, Alfred will limit my search to only png files. - follow the keyword “png” with the space key, and then type the name of the png I want to open. - hit Enter, and the png will be opened with Affinity Photo, because the keyword “png” is connected to the Open File with Affinity Photo as below. If someone has a quicker workflow, please share.
  • Create New...