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  1. Thanks @Andrew Here is my pasted path using the copy to clipboard file action: '/Volumes/Remote Audio III' and here it is with command+c '/Volumes/Remote Audio III' I'm expecting the path to paste like this: '/Volumes/Remote\ Audio\ III' is that not correct?
  2. Hello, I use the file navigation within Alfred often and I like to go to a path and then use alfred's "Copy Path to Clipboard" action. I have the "Escape path on 'Copy Path to Clipboard' action preference checked, but when I paste into a text editor it does not escape spaces in the file path. Or am I wrong to think this should escape spaces in a path? I am running the latest version of alfred and 10.14.6 Thanks, Michael
  3. I am going to migrating to a new machine in January, but I will not be using apple’s migration assistant. I will be decommissioning my old machine in February. Is there anything i need to do to properly move my license to the new machine. Do I need to remove the license from the old machine? Thanks!
  4. Thanks for that. It gives me something to review so i can understanding some basic shell scripting. I appreciate that. To date. I have just been grabbing bits here an there to make stuff work.
  5. I'm afraid i am now in over my head. I'm not sure how to store the path i navigated to within alfred in a variable and then then use a Keyword to ask for the name of the parent directory. And modify the script to accept those variables. I apologize but i am learning as i go.
  6. @deanishe thank you! I managed to get that to work. It creates the folders! I'm new to this, is there a way to choose the destination directory and then pass a {query} that names the parent folder these folders would reside with. i.e. - navigate to directory - choose file action - type file name of project folder name - run mkdir scripts I'm just stabbing in the dark.
  7. I've attached a screen shot an automator workflow that a bunch of folders and subfolders. it prompts the user to name the parent folder and choose a destination. I'm wondering if there is a way to accomplish this completely within an alfred workflow?
  8. this is how i have it setup. is there a simpler way?
  9. Is that different than what I am describing in scenario #2 above?
  10. Hello, I often navigate to external drives within alfred a couple of ways 1. Launch Alfred. Type /Volumes/ and then navigate to the drive I am looking for. 2. I also have a few hot keys that navigate to volumes i use repeatedly: Action: Show Alfred, Argument: Text, Text: /Volumes/Name of Drive/, --------> Browse in Alfred This works for me, but also wondering if there is a more efficient way to handle this. Thanks, Michael
  11. @vitor this is what i get when I run the debugger: [2017-09-09 11:30:53][input.keyword] Processing output of 'action.script' with arg '' [2017-09-09 11:30:53][action.script] Processing output of 'action.script' with arg '' When i use the pa command and hit enter. A browser window never pops up to input links or tabs.
  12. Hello, Is there something that is required to get the pa command to function. I can't seem to get that function work.
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