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  1. This sounds very useful, but I do not understand how to implement it. Could you share the workflow or give further instructions? Any tips are appreciated.
  2. I have Blueutil and Python3 (running 'python3 --version' in terminal outputs 'Python 3.7.6') installed using Homebrew, but it does not work and the debugger reports: [17:17:30.841] ERROR: Bluetooth Controller[Script Filter] Code 127: /bin/bash: python3: command not found I'm using version 1.2.2 of the workflow on Alfred 4.0.9 and macOS 10.14.6. Any tips how it may be fixed?
  3. This seems useful, but I get the error ERROR: VSCode Workspace Explorer[Script Filter] Code 127: env: python3: No such file or directory I realize that it is likely due to that Python 3 is not the deafult version in macOS (using version 10.14.6). I have Python 3 installed in some different environments using Anaconda, but I don't know how to get Python 3 as the default version used by macOS. Any tips how this can be fixed?
  4. Yes, that is a problem. Is it the sub-folders scanning that is taking time? I would be very happy if it was just possible to manually add some folders, like a static list of folders (e.g. defined in the path_to_notes variable separated by commas, or maybe picked up from a text file), so only these paths were searched but no subfolders. Maybe that would not affect performance noticeably?
  5. OK, I understand. Well the workflow is very useful as is, this was just a wish, thanks for all the time you have put in for it.
  6. I have been using this workflow a lot, it's been solid and reliable for a long time, thanks! Since I have added relatively many templates now I sometimes forget which template is for what purpose, and it is not always self-evident from the name of the main folder. I wonder, would it be easy to add a feature letting the user add an optional description of each template (it may e.g. be shown in the result subtext when showing the template list)? That would make the workflow even more useful I think.
  7. Thanks very much, I have Keyboard Maestro and that macro indeed solves the issue!
  8. Pasting citations is super handy and one of the things I use most. For some applications I have problems that HTML formatting code is included (like “<i>journal name</i>”) when I would like just plain text (“journal name”), e.g. when pasting a citation into a plain text file in Visual Studio Code. Maybe this is by design, but often only plain text is desired without formatting. Is there a way that plain text could be enforced by the user?
  9. Thank you very much! The tag search is very useful, especially that you also can choose to paste them to the frontmost app!
  10. I have now been using the workflow quite much for a few weeks, it is awesome, thanks again! I have two feature requests I hope could be possible to implement, where the first is most important: Add a possibility to add multiple folders to the search scope. As far as I understand this is not possible now. For my use case I have several folders with markdown files, which is a structure I built over some time and rebuilding it would break a lot of stuff. It would help a lot if subfolders of the selected folder could be searched, although obviously it would be much more powerful to be able to provide a list of folders that is searched. Make it possible to search for tags everywhere in a file. For my use case I typically add #tags anywhere in the note, so using YAML front matter is not so convenient.
  11. Awesome, thank you very much for the quick and most valuable update! Now it works to search for words with Swedish characters, and it improves the usability a lot.
  12. Thanks for the update! This is a quite powerful workflow, and may change my note taking habits. I have one issue, the workflow does not find notes with titles that use any of the Swedish characters å, ä and ö (if I search for a word that includes any of those characters, if I search for other words in the title the note will be found). I would guess other languages with special characters may also be affected. Could this be fixed?
  13. I've also experienced these problems. The link is not working anymore, could you update it or can anyone else share this workflow?
  14. Useful workflow, thank you! I wonder is it by any means possible to get battery levels of connected devices?
  15. Agree, it's very useful. You may also update to 'tell application id "com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred"' (instead of 'tell application "Alfred 4"'), which should also work for future Alfred versions (Alfred 5, 6, ...).
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