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  1. Hey @Wayne Yao With great pleasure. Note that I took some liberty in some parts (the README file, comments in the code, etc.), because I thought you did no longer work on the workflow. Of course you are absolutely free to reverse these changes! I am just happy to contribute to your workflow (that I like very much!)
  2. Well, I could not reach Wayne Yao, so I decided to modify this workflow myself 🙂 So here is a new version of Alfred-Cheat! You can download it and find detailed explanations on github. What's new: Main new feature : a Quicklook view. Just hit ⇧ or ⌘Y after opening a cheatsheet, and a page as shown below appears. Small improvements : Open your cheatsheet in your text editor by hitting ⌘↵ Slight syntax changes for cheatsheets (to put sections for the Quicklook view or hidden lines) Open the
  3. @Johannes About the LaTeX workflow: I had the same problem, it appears to be a known issue, see https://github.com/wookayin/alfred-latex-symbols-workflow/issues/4 The workaround given there worked for me: I had to install bundler (https://bundler.io) on my computer before, by using sudo gem install bundler and then it worked like a charm.
  4. Hi, thanks for the workflow, I find it great. You mention on github that you are open to suggestions, so here are three of them: — would there be a way to add invisible comments in the file? Now I just put #comments and then two line breaks, but this could probably be nicer. — without adding the possibility of modifying the cheat sheet in Alfred, maybe could ⌘O directly open the file in the user's favorite text editor? — based on the file, there may be a way to automatically generate an hmtl cheat sheet that could be seen with quicklook when pressing ⇧, what do you think? (
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