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jamescridland

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  1. This does not work, with an error saying it can't find the bookmarks. 17:50:03.650] STDERR: Cyberduck Favorites[Script Filter] Traceback (most recent call last): File "cyberduck.py", line 22, in <module> for files in os.listdir(settings_folder): OSError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/Users/jamescridland/Library/Application Support/Cyberduck/Bookmarks'
  2. Oh, that's awesome, thank you. Just pointing me in the right direction to get started was really helpful - I didn't have much idea what to do here. I must get to use Alfred more, I bet it'll do rather more than just open programs (which is all I'm really using it for up to this point). Now I have a nice snippet writer. Yay!
  3. I am currently using Espanso for snippets, in spite of owning and using Alfred for about ten years now, because my use of Alfred is only just scratching the surface. Snippets. What you can do with Espanso is you can say... "I currently have :SUB: subscribers", and then define :SUB: as the results of opening https://example.com/subscriber-count. That itself returns "18,456", and so the snippet is filled-out as "I currently have 18,456 subscribers". Is that sort of thing possible in Alfred, using Snippets or something else?
  4. Running a MacBook Air with 2GB memory, OSX 10.8.4, and a 1.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo. (The memory, in particular, might be important). I'm running Alfred v2.0.5 (202). My hotkey is changed to CTRL+SPACE. I have only one workflow added - the Rdio control from David Ferguson. If I try to invoke Alfred after not using it for a bit, it's very slow in appearing. Sometimes it takes a few seconds for it to appear. During this time, it's not capturing keypresses. This means that regularly you'll see me apparently typing "ynote" or even "te" instead of "keynote". I can't instantly replicate it: but after a while of not using Alfred, it is, once more, sluggish to appear. I never had this issue with Alfred v1; and wondered whether Alfred v2 is significantly heavier on memory or something? Is there anything I can help you with to return Alfred to his snappier self?
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