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    preaching, programming, tatting, crocheting, and knitting!

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  1. Yea, Alto's Adventure required it. I'm assuming it is using it to detect input going to another app as it will automatically pause. As for the rest, I haven't tried it on another user yet. But, on my login if I remove it it quits working again. I always get the weird stuff.
  2. On my system, It has the + and - buttons to add and remove. See picture below.
  3. That's what I thought. But, I couldn't get it to paste or expand a text expander until I added it. Therefore, I assumed it used to be there. I tried removing/adding to accessibility, but that didn't change anything. Weird!
  4. I was able to fix it. Alfred 4 no longer had the `Input Monitoring` security checked. Actually, Alfred wasn't in the list at all. I had to manually add it. I know it was before the update. So, the update removed it from the list but wasn't able to add it back? I'm assuming something like that.
  5. Cmd+V isn’t overriden by any program or keyboard manager. My copyclips workflow using ctrl+v to paste one of the clips of text saved by ctrl+c. Snippets also quit working, so I guess they are related. By pressing Cmd+V I can paste what the workflow pushed to the clipboard. I tested everything in TextEdit and all of my other editors. The results are the same everywhere. The only thing that changed on my setup was the update to Alfred.
  6. The update I received today no long pastes to topmost application when copying to clipboard. I have to run the workflow and then press Ctrl-V. Can I get the old behavior back?
  7. You download it in Dash. Go to the home page in your Dash program, click 'Download Docsets', and search 'User Contributed' for Alfred. Then click download. Very simple.
  8. Neat. I just noticed it. I'm loving it. I figured this is a bug being an oversight of sorting links to folders and folders and links to files as files. But, I see how it could look like a feature request.
  9. Hi, In the latest beta (not sure when this feature was added, I just noticed it and was very happy), you can have folders listed first. But, all links are sorted after folders with files. All of my soft links are to folders and I would rather have them listed with the folders. Not a major issue, more for easy of scanning.
  10. 1.5.3 and it says that is the latest version.
  11. I'm just getting: [14:35:38.139] Logging Started... [14:35:40.026] The Archive[Script Filter] Queuing argument 'Sermon' [14:35:41.602] The Archive[Script Filter] Script with argv 'Sermon' finished [14:35:41.607] STDERR: The Archive[Script Filter] ERROR: Cannot get the application setting: isUsingIDForNewFiles
  12. If you want to easily setup and run different protocols, I would suggest using Lincastor. It makes setting up those protocols easy. Then have the AppleScript trigger an external on Alfred and your set!
  13. You missed my point. Use Alfred to launch and control the other applications. The 'div' workflow does that, just behind the scene so you don't realize it. I like my Hammerspoon workflow because I can add functionality easily, but run everything from Alfred. The power of Alfred isn't that it does everything, but that it can 'glue' the smaller programs together to make life easier.
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