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bubblicious

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  1. IMO, this discussion has become quite silly. Bottom line is that Alfred is probably not going to support Edge, so it's pointless to snipe at each other about browser-usage stats. On the bright side, Alfred does have that wonderful workflow capability, and I've found many built by others to fill various needs. chrome-bookmarks-alfred-workflow | Chrome/Canary/Chromium/Microsoft Edge bookmarks search workflow for Alfred (mdreizin.github.io) is the one I found to customize bookmarks search. I altered the shortcuts so that I get results from Edge with the shortcut-combo I'm used to. I highly recomm
  2. First, thank you for providing the link to the Alfred workflow; turns out it already supports Edge. For anyone interested, go check it out. Next, I didn't ask for permanent support. I asked for, "some guidance on how Alfred is already searching Chrome bookmarks" in the hopes that, "supporting Edge will simply be a matter of supplying an alternate location for the bookmarks db." In previous comments, you had said, All I did was point out that Edge does have an official API and that it's (conveniently) the same one that Chrome uses. If you know how Alfred
  3. Per the Edge "Supported APIs" page, it looks like Edge--now built on Chromium--uses the exact same APIs as Chrome. This should make it relatively straight-forward to support searching Edge bookmarks, no? I'd like some guidance on how Alfred is already searching Chrome bookmarks; I'm hoping that supporting Edge will simply be a matter of supplying an alternate location for the bookmarks db.
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