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  1. The workflow requires the latest version of “The Archive” application (https://zettelkasten.de/the-archive/). Do you have it installed on your Mac? If so, I wonder if The Archive does not not save every setting in the preferences until the default value is changed (“isUsingIDForNewFiles” is the setting that determines whether or not a zettel ID is used for new notes). I probably should add some checks for that... Until then, you may be able to fix this by opening The Archive preferences and toggling that option on and off again and see if that fixes it.
  2. Download the latest release here: https://github.com/pryley/alfred-the-archive/releases This workflow was inspired by Alfred Markdown Notes. There is no documentation at the moment, but it should be fairly self-explanatory once you have installed the workflow in Alfred. As you can see, each of the available actions are on the same column in the screenshot above. For example, type ar to search your notes, arrandom to open a random note, arnew to create a new note from a template (templates are existing notes that are tagged as such), search all TODOs in notes and toggle them on/off, search for all existing tags, etc. I have included empty Hotkeys for each of the actions so you can set these yourself if desired. Here is an example note template: --- Title: {title} Date: {date} ID: {zettel_id} Keywords: {tags} #template --- {content} The {content} tag is where the clipboard content goes if you have selected to paste the clipboard into the new note. There are a few options that you can set, use the arconfig keyword to change them. Holding down shift will open the Help file in Quickview for each option. You won't need to set the path to your notes as the workflow automatically gets the path saved in The Archive preferences. The workflow uses OneUpdater for updates, so you will need to install that workflow to make use of it.
  3. I rewrote it in Applescript to allow me to set a manual IP and the custom DNS server without having to enter a password twice. Setting a manual IP/Subnet/Router/DNS is needed often when a) you are not able to move closer to the router and the router is almost at capacity with connected devices or c) you are connecting to wifi through a weak extender. I have experienced the following scenarios on multiple occasions, on multiple wifi networks (especially in Europe). Also it doesn't make sense to me to use a 192.1.10 prefix as default as that is rarely used in most connections I've encountered (e.g. most Cisco routers on business networks use the 10.0.0 prefix for the gateway, D-Link/Netgear use 192.168.0, Linksys use 192.168.1, Belkin/SMC use 192.168.2, etc.)
  4. I've updated this workflow (I made a pull request on github). You now enter an IP address instead of "man/manual", and it automatically sets the IP/Subnet Mask/Router/DNS. https://github.com/pryley/alfred2-dhcp-toggle
  5. Expected behaviour: When using the "Copy to..." action and there is not enough free space (i.e. USB drive destination is full), I expect Alfred to alert me that the destination does not have enough free space and optionally allow me to reselect the destination. Actual behaviour: Alfred fails silently. Steps to reproduce: Insert a USB drive with only a tiny amount of free space Launch Alfred Press space and then start typing to search for a file that is larger that the free space available on the USB device Press fn (action key) to get the action menu Select "Copy to..." Select the USB drive Nothing happens ... this is because Alfred is failing silently instead of alerting the user that there is not enough free space to complete the action. Alfred v2.0.7 (205) Mac OS X 10.8.4
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