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paulw last won the day on January 22 2018

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  1. Sorry for the late reply, and thanks for this.
  2. I spoke to soon. It's still occasionally trying to update weird disks.
  3. Well, after restoring the blacklist, it still threw errors, showing that it could not eject my boot drive (I supposed because it is not named "Macintosh HD") and as well, that it could not eject "Preboot" and "VM" which seem to be part of my boot drive core storage volume. However, after updating to the latest 4.0.3 pre-release, it seems to be working normally now.
  4. Hi @Andrew, Thanks. The blacklist was empty. I clicked "Reset" and now it's populated with: Macintosh HD MobileBackups com.apple.TimeMachine* I'll test again next time I'm connected to external drives, since "Eject All" doesn't come up with nothing attached. I usually my boot drive. Perhaps the default blacklist could be set to match the actual name of the boot drive, rather than just the expected "Macintosh HD" name? Paul
  5. I appreciate your well thought out process here, and I agree!
  6. Since upgrading to Alfred 4, "Eject All" now tries (and fails) to also eject the boot disk, as well as other hidden disks, whose names I don't recall at the moment. Anyone else noticing this issue?
  7. I was partly curious how it decides which app to open. It opened VLC, and then once I had installed IINA, it opened that instead. IINA seems like the better option to me, but I suppose setting a default and/or choosing a player in the action would appeal to people.
  8. This is great, Vitor! How can I set up a default video player?
  9. Agreed, @dfay I follow your github to keep aware of updates to your very helpful workflows.
  10. Great workflow, thank you! How can I stop it from adding an "alfred" tag by default? Edit: Figured it out. In the workflow's files, change line 74 of pocket_save.py from: tags = ['alfred'] to tags = ['']
  11. I updated my workflow from 2016, which notifies you beforehand whether DND is enabled or not, to use the defaults write method. It works in Mojave now, except that the notification center icon does not update. Working on finding a solution to that. Github link: https://github.com/paulrudy/alfred-toggle-do-not-disturb
  12. Hi, I just configured your complex and amazing workflow. I wonder if it's possible to simply call up a map of an address, rather than always have to look up directions from one location to another? I see that I can use the "maps" keyword to look up a map of an address without needing directions between two locations. I also see that the "maps" keyword may be deprecated. I'd like to see the functionality of a non-direction map be kept in the future!
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