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  1. I have added a keyword to do this in Finder scripts - basically it activates Finder then calls the keystroke for iCloud Drive
  2. I have only ever used Selection in OS X to capture text....I would do this with a File Action (even though it's an extra step....) But you can do it the way you want by leaving Argument as None, then connecting it to a script action (osascript/AS) with the following AppleScript tell application "Finder" set sel to selection if sel is not {} then set filepath to item 1 of sel as text --> The path to the one selected item. open filepath using application file id "com.apple.TextEdit" -- bundle identifier of the designated application end if end tell
  3. What are you using to open it? Using a native Alfred file action doesn’t copy the file name to the clipboard.
  4. Since moving my snippets from TextExpander to Alfred, I have added a lot of snippet triggers to my workflows. However, using the snip keyword and/or the snippet viewer, the only results shown are snippets, not snippet triggers. Could we have the option to include snippet triggers in these results as well?
  5. Dynamic snippets to insert the date corresponding to the upcoming day. d.nm - next Monday d.nt - next Tuesday d.nw - next Wednesday d.nr - next Thursday d.nf - next Friday d.ns - next Saturday So given today's date 2018-07-30, the snippets in sequence produce 2018-08-06 2018-07-31 2018-08-01 2018-08-02 2018-08-03 2018-08-04 And dt.n to add the next business day in prose, e.g. Tuesday, June 4, 2019 Download
  6. I was frustrated with a dynamic snippet which was only running successfully intermittently. I changed the python script to use sys.stdout.write instead of print and it now works perfectly every time.?
  7. I’d love color shading as in the first image in the original post in this thread.
  8. Did you set it to restore clipboard contents? https://www.alfredapp.com/help/features/snippets/advanced/
  9. Latest addition using HazeOver -- which works great with everything else dark: tell application "HazeOver" set enabled to false end tell
  10. No. from https://www.alfredapp.com/blog/tips-and-tricks/tutorial-importing-and-setting-up-alfred-workflows/ There's obviously a tradeoff here but I think it's better to have the user do a little bit more customisation rather than potentially overwrite their existing setup.
  11. I was just working on a workflow that looks like this snippet trigger > run script > copy to clipboard and paste I discovered that (although the Copy to Clipboard object only mentions {date} {time} & {clipboard}) I can have the script generate text containing the {cursor} snippet & Alfred will move the cursor after pasting. ?
  12. Haha it only took four years for someone to take an interest in this I've updated the link -- hope you find it useful.
  13. Actually I'm blown away by how much more powerful Alfred is than TE, thanks to the ability to use script filters in snippets.
  14. I just updated the README with more detailed directions.
  15. and I have to say how impressed I am with the snippets feature -- I hadn't looked at all the details in quite a while and there's so much that can now be done with snippet triggers etc. It was very easy to recreate all my fill-in and script driven TE snippets in Alfred.
  16. https://github.com/derickfay/import-alfred-snippets
  17. Yes this was very cool, and a use of text expansion that I had never thought of before.
  18. I spent hours marking up the graduate admissions letter from a certain university ... someone had clearly attempted unsuccessfully to recreate letterhead in a Word document ... kerning was just one of many many problems. To me, it was like telling prospective graduate students that we don’t care about attention to detail so come to our university. Painful to look at.
  19. Hmmm...it seems there is a markdown plug-in at least if this post still applies: https://invisioncommunity.com/forums/topic/432816-editor-overhaul/ I haven’t really been bothered but I haven’t been that active lately & certainly haven’t been revising complex posts. I think keeping the overarching infrastructure but changing the editor (or giving users that option) might be an optimal compromise solution.
  20. I have seen too much hard work and good information lost when companies switched forum software (37 signals....), and there is such a wealth of experiences embedded in these boards, I’d be happier just sticking with what we have. Even with its flaws. One can always link to github or gist easily enough if syntax highlighting is really a problem.
  21. Actually it looks like the scripting commands are unchanged from Yosemite:
  22. Not sure I’ve tried it since the latest Ulysses update....send a pm to @robwalton he has been quite good about keeping it in shape.
  23. The workflow’s. See step 1 here: https://developers.google.com/identity/protocols/OAuth2
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