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  1. Thank you for explaining. Sorry but I have no hints, I am not experienced with AppleScript etc. but there are many knowledgeable people on the forum so if anyone has tips it is appreciated. Even though this tool is not super fast it is still fast enough in my opinion to be quite useful, thank you again for making it.
  2. Thank you very much for making and improving this great workflow! I think it works great, just wonder is it possible to make it faster (i.e. decrease the time the workflow takes to move/resize windows)? It's not a big deal, but compared to some other window management programs, e.g. BetterTouchTool, it's a bit slower and improving speed would make it even more useful.
  3. I noticed that the results when invoking this workflow does not behave as ordinary Alfred results, e.g. result items (files) cannot be dragged to be copied to a folder and I cannot access File Actions as usual by pressing right arrow. This limits the usefulness somewhat. Is it possible to get the result items behave as standard? I'm on macOS 10.14.2 and Alfred 3.7.1.
  4. Wow, that was a really fast update! It works perfect and is very convenient to change the format in the WF settings, thank you very much!
  5. Thank you, this is handy! Would it be possible to support custom date strings as shown in the results (“Added: date”)? Personally I would prefer the form YYYY-MM-DD. I realize that this can be done in the Python code, but it would be convenient if date formatting could be changed by e.g. a workflow variable or another easy way that does not require the users to tinker with the Python code.
  6. Really useful, great with the history! Thank you!
  7. I also think Keyboard Maestro could be a good alternative.
  8. Thanks for updating the workflow for OmniFocus 3! It works great for me on macOS 10.13.6/Alfred 3.7/OmniFocus 3.0.1. A feature request: The workflow has a lot of options to list all tasks with certain criteria, but there doesn't seem to be a way to just list (as complement to search) all tasks in the inbox. That would be useful when there are not too many tasks in the inbox (personally I normally have less than five inbox items).
  9. Great, thanks very much, this will help a lot! Thanks for fixing the official release!
  10. @deanishe Thanks for explaining. Your idea of adding one more “all” column and stuff everything else in there (with low weighting) sounds great! I fully understand that you don't want to put more time into this workflow since you don't use it yourself. Thanks for all your efforts so far. Other users should be able to continue the development after your final release; I'll try to contribute myself, if time permits.
  11. Thanks again for this great workflow. To make it even more useful, is it possible to include more fields to search in the “Search all fields” function? Ideally I think all user-contributed fields would be valuable to include. As an example, for Item Type “Presentation”, the workflow does not return any results when searching for terms in the field “Meeting Name”, which would be handy to quickly find all items for a particular conference etc.
  12. It works fine with Evernote 7 for me (v9 beta 1, Evernote 7.2, Alfred 3.6.1, macOS 10.13.5), at least the functions I use (mainly searching using the 'ens' and 'ent' commands).
  13. Just wanted to say thanks (and I bought you a beer) for this powerful and simple-to-use workflow! I recently needed to send a large amount of emails based on an Excel-sheet with relevant information in several columns. It was pretty straightforward to extract the needed data with your workflow and create the text for each email.
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