patgilmour

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  1. I'm using a lot of very similar Snippets (email addresses for projects). It would be very useful to be able to right-click on an existing Snippet and "Duplicate" it, so I can tweak the text in a new Snippet. Also, as I create a lot of Snippets, the ability to create an Alfred shortcut that would take me straight to the Snippets tab would be useful too. Thanks!
  2. Hi @pedantix - I uninstalled the Alfred Evernote Workflow, quit Evernote & Alfred, relaunched Alfred, installed the flow from the top of this forum thread, and that was it! -Pat
  3. Hi Vero, I uninstalled, quit, restarted, reinstalled from link on page one here – now everything is working! Thanks for taking the time to try to help me sort this out! Pat
  4. Hi, So I'm running: Version 6.10 (454267 Direct) Basically when I invoke Evernote Search via the Workflow, it bounces me to my Alfred default searches. Alfred can access Evernote through its own search though, as I added `/Users/work/Library/CoreData/com.evernote.Evernote` to the default Search Scope. This works, but only searches on title, not content. Thanks, Pat
  5. Hi Vero, So by not working what I mean is, if I try to invoke, say, the Evernote search 'ens' (Script filter in the flow) the only option that appears is "Synchronize Evernote". I tried putting a keyboard shortcut up front (ctrl+J) - when I press this, I see Evernote Searching... for about 1/3 second, then Alfred jumps straight to my fallback searches (Google, Wiki, Facebook). I suspect this might be something to do with the way I have the flow or Alfred configured, but I don't know what it is. Thanks, Pat
  6. Doesn't seem to work on Evernote 6.10 either non-MAS store version - here anyway. Did you have any luck getting it to work?
  7. Wondering if this will require AppleScript and can't be down natively in Alfred?
  8. I have a Workflow that is triggered by the Hotkey: Ctrl+Alt+K The result of the Hotkey is to grab the current selection in the Finder and send that path as {query} into a Terminal command. Works great! However, what I'd like to do is invoke Alfred, type "kin", have the workflow appear, press Return and have the flow grab the current selection in the Finder etc. In other words, use a Keyword to grab the selection as {query}. I can't work out how to do that. Any suggestions? Thanks!
  9. Thanks Vero. The solution you suggest isn't too bad at all, but it requires more human memory I am capable of! It requires me remembering the expansion shortcuts for each of my commands. What would be ideal: - Invoke Snippets - Filter and select Snippet - Shift (or other modifier key) + Return to move this Snippet to the main Alfred execute window instead of pasting it. Possible? Thanks, Pat
  10. I'm on a MacBook Air 2011 and Atom runs okay here. Not as fast as my favorite – but too neglected by the taciturn developers – Espresso. I took a look at Visual Studio Code, but am kind of in the Atom way of things and it works okay for me.
  11. Perhaps - I'll defer to those who know why this would or wouldn't be a good idea, but on the surface, I'd like to see this feature.
  12. I was using Dash mainly - it has a snippet function that allows cursor placement (multiple with tab) - but I can live with Alfred way of doing things. Most of the complex cursor placementstuff I only need when I'm in my text editor (Atom) and it handles that well.
  13. Feature Request: http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/9288-send-snippet-directly-to-terminal/
  14. As per this thread: http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/9287-send-snippet-directly-to-terminal/#entry46194 It would be great to be able to create Snippets so that they will run directly as terminal commands (rather than having to create a Workflow element for each Terminal command I want to run). Example: "> killall PrinterProcessor" If I create this as a Snippet, I can't find a way to get it into the Alfred window without copy n paste. What I'd like to be able to do is invoke Alfred's snippet list, type (for example) 'killall', choose the snippet "> killall PrinterProcessor" and hit return to send it like any other Alfred command prefixed with > to the Terminal.
  15. Yeah, think I will – it's pretty slow creating a workflow element for every Terminal command. Alfred works perfectly with the other tools I was using – I just like it better so am migrating ;-).