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  1. Hey SHF, I posted this earlier but the Fast Milk workflow still works in Catalina and requires a lot less technical expertise: https://github.com/chocopie116/alfred-remember-the-milk Sincerely, John
  2. I'm happy to report that I'm still using the Alfred Default theme (not Classic) but that I've not had a kernel panic since my computer updated to 10.15.2
  3. Good catch, I was on the v4 default. I was just updated to MacOS 10.15.2 last night, so I'm not going to switch themes yet to see if the OS update may have fixed the problem. If it persists, then I'll move to the Alfred Classic theme. Sincerely, John
  4. OMG - I'm so glad to run across this forum. I have the same problem and have been using the Alfred default theme. MacOS 10.15.1. Almost all of the panics have happened while using Alfred. I understand that it's not the Alfred software, but it's really helpful for troubleshooting. Just to repeat, I've not had any theme but the default, period. So it's probably not a GPU thing. Sincerely, John
  5. For those struggling with Terminal, I found the "Fast Milk" workflow that works in El Capitan and doesn't require the Terminal.
  6. Could you help with a minor modification? I'm trying to prepend "file://" to the regular file path output so that I can link to local files from Evernote and other programs. When I open the "Copy to Clipboard" part of the workflow, it would seem I could do so by entering in file://{query}. But that doesn't seem to work. I suppose an Applescript could do the same, but I'm not a script kiddie and would have to go Googling for a how to. Could anyone help?
  7. Could you explain how it's possible to add tasks to RTM? I turned on the feature and authenticated, but when I add a task, it just adds it to the native lists, not to RTM. Sincerely, John
  8. Can you explain step 2? I know to use Terminal to install gem, but typing in "ru" in the command line gets me nothing. I'm very excited about using Alfred to add tasks to RTM. Sincerely, John
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