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franzheidl last won the day on February 6 2016

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  1. Just released an Open with Visual Studio Code workflow to work with Microsoft's shiny new editor. Use keyword vscode to open the current Finder files/selection in Visual Studio Code or enter a path like vscode ~/Documents/myfile.txt to open myfile.txt ('~' will be expanded). You can also search for files and folder using vscode* [searchterm]. Also works as a file/folder action. Github: https://github.com/franzheidl/alfred-workflows Download: http://cl.ly/apWC
  2. Just added an option to copy the path(s) of the current document(s) or Finder item(s) as a properly encoded file url. Also changed the hfs option to use '-hfs' (incl. the leading hyphen), and updated the icons. GitHub: https://github.com/franzheidl/copy-paths-to-clipboard Download: http://cl.ly/YX1Q
  3. Just pushed an Open With Atom Workflow to be used with Github's new text editor (currently in beta): Use keyword atom to open the current Finder files/selection in Atom or enter a path like atom ~/Documents/myfile.txt to open myfile.txt ('~' will be expanded). Also works as a file/folder action. You can also search for files to open with atom* [filename]. Github: https://github.com/franzheidl/alfred-workflows Download: http://cl.ly/U8wv
  4. Just pushed an Open With Brackets Workflow: Use keyword brackets to open the current Finder files/selection in Emacs or enter a path like brackets ~/Documents/myfile.txt to open myfile.txt ('~' will be expanded). Also works as a file/folder action. You can also search for files to open with brackets* [filename]. github: https://github.com/franzheidl/alfred-workflows download: Open With Brackets
  5. Thanks to a Pull Request by github user MarchLiu there's now also an Open With Emacs workflow in my github repository at https://github.com/franzheidl/alfred-workflows. Use keyword emacs to open the current Finder files/selection in Emacs or enter a path like emacs ~/Documents/myfile.txt to open myfile.txt ('~' will be expanded). Also works as a file/folder action. You can also search for files to open with emacs* [filename]. github: https://github.com/franzheidl/alfred-workflows download: Open With Emacs
  6. @Januz, much appreciated. So what you're after is 1.) Copy path(s) –– by default POSIX and then 2.) Paste the path and optionally have it converted just before pasting it in? That should be possible, although to me that sounds a bit like an edge/corner case, I usually copy paths for a purpose and already know what format I need them to be. Anyway, the problem is that you either can simply use Cmd-V to paste – then you'd need an additional intermediate step to modify the contents of the clipboard, OR you'd need to use an additional keyword for converting and pasting. The first option doesn't sound too sensible to me, the second should be possible but is a bit of the reverse of what I wanted the workflow to be. To make that possible regardless of what application you want to paste in you'd need Applescript GUI scripting (à la "keystroke "V" using {command down}").
  7. @JolinM, not sure If I fully understand what you're trying to accomplish – POSIX is the default path format anyway? Also not sure why you're getting the newline behaviour (if it is what you're on about), if I run it standalone it works just fine here.
  8. Much appreciated, good to see someone liking Chocolat as much as I do
  9. Just updated the scriptfilter to work with paths containing non-ASCII/Unicode characters. Use quoted option '-q' if you're copying for Terminal, otherwise Terminal won't understand such a path Pull from github or use updated download link above.
  10. Workflow for Alfred 2 to copy the paths of your current files and Documents to the clipboard in a variety of formats: * POSIX or HFS paths * '~/'-shortened POSIX paths * quoted paths * comma- or newline-separated. Works as a scriptfilter that gives you feedback how your paths would be copied: All options (except newline-separation) are available as File Actions also: More details in the README on github. Download: http://cl.ly/YX1Q Github: https://github.com/franzheidl/copy-paths-to-clipboard
  11. Really glad to hear it's helpful to someone, thanks!
  12. Updated Workflow to also open files or folders in Chocolat if user entered a path beginning with '~/'. Use the updated download link above or pull from github.
  13. Updated Workflow to also open files or folders in Sublime Text 2 if user entered a path beginning with '~/'. Use the updated download link above or pull from github.
  14. Updated Workflow to also open files or folders in Textmate if user entered a path beginning with '~/'. Updated Download link above. Or pull from github.
  15. Updated workflow to use "mate" as keyword.
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