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    Open office hours for talking Alfred

    Hey @vitor ... are you still doing this?
  2. I would love to see APIs to be able to remotely execute Alfred Workflows. I was just thinking of all the ways I'd like to be able to control my Mac with Alexa. Most of which, if not all, I could accomplish if I could just have Alexa execute specific workflows in Alfred. I know the fear might be that exposing such APIs would lead to Alfred Remote competitors. However, I believe you could handle that with licensing or even make APIs a paid feature of Alfred. Just a thought, would love to hear other people's thoughts/input. Anyone else considered Alexa/Alfred integration? Thanks, Chris
  3. Hey, Just wondering if there are any plans to support an Alexa Skill (or equivalent) with Alfred Remote? If not is there any chance that the APIs (or mechanism) used for Alfred Remote could be exposed so that others can produce solutions for AI assistants? Thanks, Chris
  4. Hey everyone, noob here. Just trying to get a handle on apple scripting and Alfred. I've got a script for resizing applications, it compiles and works from AppleScript Editor. But when I move it into Alfred, it doesn't do anything. Even if I put a display dialog as the first line of code, it does nothing. Here's my script: on alfred_script(q) -- explode function on explode(delimiter, input) local delimiter, input, ASTID set ASTID to AppleScript's text item delimiters try set AppleScript's text item delimiters to delimiter set input to text items of input set AppleScript's text item delimiters to ASTID return input --> list on error eMsg number eNum set AppleScript's text item delimiters to ASTID error "Can't explode: " & eMsg number eNum end try end explode --set to fullscreen function on setToFullScreen(dimensions, app_to_change) set x1 to item 1 of dimensions set y1 to item 2 of dimensions set x2 to item 3 of dimensions set y2 to item 4 of dimensions if app_to_change is equal to "" or app_to_change is equal to "current" then tell current application set the bounds of the first window to {x1, y1, x2, y2} end tell else tell application app_to_change set the bounds of the first window to {x1, y1, x2, y2} end tell end if end setToFullScreen set monitor to "" set app_to_set to "" try set query_list to explode(",", query) set monitor to first item of query_list set app_to_set to second item of query_list end try if monitor is equal to "" then set monitor to "1" -- get the dimensions of the desktop, set up few variables tell application "Finder" set displayAreaDimensions to bounds of window of desktop set x1 to item 1 of displayAreaDimensions set y1 to item 2 of displayAreaDimensions set x2 to item 3 of displayAreaDimensions set y2 to item 4 of displayAreaDimensions end tell set width to x2 - x1 set height to y2 - y1 if width is less than or equal to 1680 then -- Handle one monitor setToFullScreen(displayAreaDimensions, app_to_set) else -- Handle multiple monitors set new_bounds to getBoundsForMonitor(monitor) setToFullScreen(new_bounds, app_to_set) end if end alfred_script So two questions, anything obvious here causing Alfred to dislike my script? Also, and more importantly, are there log files or a way to debug what's happening with a script that Alfred ran? Thanks so much and to the Alfred team ... this is a kick-ass application, really letting me automate my life!
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