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alfredclough last won the day on January 10 2014

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  1. Alfred appears to block it so I'm checking if there is a way.
  2. The title says it all. I have a keyword that triggers a snippet when it is typed and would love to have it trigger a workflow where I can send some custom keystrokes. Is that possible? Or can I insert keystrokes into a snippet (I'm guessing not since it is text).
  3. Setting up a new computer and want to sync my Alfred preferences. I've always use the Apps folder and yes I know about the restriction. In the past this always fixed it: defaults write com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-Preferences-3 dropbox.allowappsfolder -bool TRUE However it is not working on the new machine. I even tried changing the above to Preferences-4 and it still did not work. My other machine is still synching fine. Any idea what I need to do on the new machine to allow Alfred to load my synced preferences from the Apps folder?
  4. Thanks! That fixed it. Hmm. I wonder why it worked for years 🤔
  5. Every since I've upgraded to Catalina I have a workflow that is throwing an error but I cannot figure out why. It is a script folder that searches file in a folder. Here is the error: [08:11:59.413] Logging Started... [08:12:03.783] Recent Downloads[Script Filter] Queuing argument '' [08:12:04.065] Recent Downloads[Script Filter] Script with argv '(null)' finished [08:12:04.069] Recent Downloads[Script Filter] Warning: Use of undefined constant BASE_DIR - assumed 'BASE_DIR' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in Command line code on line 1 Warning: Use of undefine
  6. Sorry about that--I updated the link.
  7. To make a long story short, I updated a workflow. It has a long action that is done by an Alfred Script object in AppleScript. In certain cases, I want to do some of the work via a python script rather than in AppleScript. To do this I added the following which checks a variable already set and if so tries to run a python script I put in the workflow folder. (The argument passed is encapsulated in quotes) --check if online and if so, use Python. if contents of online is "online" then --run script to put passage onto the clipboard do shell script "python ./get_verse.py \"" + p
  8. Thank you! It's a solution I found that seemed to work reasonable quickly. If there's a better option I'm open to it.
  9. I have a strange problem I am trying to solve. I must be missing something because this should be quite simple. I have a script to check and see if the computer is online. Here is the script: echo -e "GET http://google.com HTTP/1.0\n\n" | nc google.com 80 > /dev/null 2>&1 if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then echo "online" else echo "offline" fi After this I have two filters. One filter checks if the value is online and the other checks if the value is offline. The problem is when I run the workflow it always stops at the filter and does not continue. I ran Alfred in debut and
  10. I found the bug fix for tags with spaces. In the script that is run by the Bear Search Tag trigger to open Bear, the first line of the script is: orig_query={query} It needs to be changed to enclose {query} in quotes otherwise any tag with spaces in it will fail. Here is what the corrected line should be: orig_query="{query}"
  11. I'm not sure if anyone else has run into this, but it seems like the ability to open a tag in bear does not work if a tag has spaces in it. I'm guessing something's not getting encoded properly somewhere?
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