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  1. Yet if you scan the whole app, there’s no detections. VirusTotal found a single hit from one antivirus vendor which I never heard about. I trust Alfred’s team and maliciousness doesn’t even enter the equation, but in the spirit of thoroughness (e.g. maybe the development machine was compromised) I decided to search online for VEX.Webshell. All I found were matches by Bkav Pro, and all of them were false positives. This specific case with Alfred had already been discussed in Reddit. There’s nothing to worry about.
  2. Update. Added support for Firefox. Because it does not support AppleScript, the inbox will open in the foreground and you must manually return to the tab you were in. It’s an inferior experience to other browsers, but in this case I do feels it’s better than nothing. To update, download the latest version (same URL) or wait a few days and it’ll prompt you to on next usage, since it uses OneUpdater.
  3. Updated for Big Sur and removed support for older macOS versions. To update, download the latest version (same URL) or wait a few days and it’ll prompt you to on next usage, since it uses OneUpdater. If you’re still on pre-Big Sur, download an older version of the Workflow and delete the node labeled OneUpdater.
  4. Thank you. I’ll see how I get on and may take you up on that offer if I need it.
  5. Add a Replace Utility before the Split Utility and tell it to replace spaces with @ (or vice-versa). You’ll get the same result as multiple delimiters.
  6. Update. Added support for https://arxius.io/ To update, download the latest version (same URL) or wait a few days and it’ll prompt you to on next usage, since it uses OneUpdater.
  7. Welcome @Mtraleigh, That is unlikely to happen. A port to Android would likely take precedence over any specific device, and that one isn’t likely to happen any time soon either.
  8. Welcome @Modulo216, This has already been answered: there are no plans for it as of now. Please don’t create duplicate posts for things you know were already resolved. The last post on the linked thread specifically asks for people not to do that, and it was locked because of it. Insisting does not change the facts that make this non-viable for Alfred’s team, it just increases the support burden (which in turn decreases Alfred’s overall quality).
  9. Update. You can now add apps to the keep_alive list on a per-run basis, by adding them as arguments on the Keyword. Also, ⌘↵ is a shortcut to add the frontmost app. To update, download the latest version (same URL) or wait a few days and it’ll prompt you to on next usage, since it uses OneUpdater.
  10. @Floating.Point @trillionanswers I’m convinced to look further into it.
  11. Apologies from me as well. Did not mean to pressure or offend.
  12. And that’s exactly why you should learn another language. AppleScript, besides being a poor language with one redeeming quality (UI automation), works in a single operating system (macOS), has bad documentation (like all other Apple technologies), is unpopular (which means fewer avenues to get help when stuck), is neglected and will die (Apple hasn’t worked on it for years, dismantled the division responsible for it, and no longer adds support for it in their own tools). In sum, you’re investing time in a dying technology. Worse, because AppleScript is atypical, knowledge from it doesn
  13. You may be able to transition to JXA (Apple has side-by-side examples). Since JXA is JavaScript, you’ll be able to output JSON. But in truth you should begin to dive into a better, more supported, and more popular language, such as Ruby or Python (both good choices, and they ship with macOS).
  14. You can’t. Closest you can get is faking it. In MarkdownTransform, which I use for all my posts on this forum, I convert inline code (backticks) to: [background=#eee][font=courier,monospace]CODE HERE[/font][/background] Which when posted looks like CODE HERE.
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