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  1. I love Recent Items. it allows you to open recent files and folders, and manage a list of favourites to list and open
  2. Hi, I have never used python , but I have arranged a little update to the fuzzylist.py script. at line 25 you can see a line like this: r['uid']=r['arg'] now you should insert two new lines before it: r['arg']=r['title'] r['subtitle']="" the first command will set the 'arg' (the value that will be pasted if you attach a 'Copy to clipboard' action to the Script filter) in the output json file with the same value of the 'title' the second command simply sets 'subtitle' to empty. so you don't see <null> with this update the list.csv file to drag into the workflow folder does not need anymore to be a three column text file but can be a single column file, with the single column value assigned both to the 'title', 'uid' and 'arg' values of the created json file. hope this helps you, Giulio
  3. well, using BBedit or another text editor thst accepts regular expressions, you could do a search replace this way: search string: ^([^\n]+)$ replace string: \1,,\1 (tested with BBedit and it works)
  4. well, in the case of workflows, they could contain just everything, but especially text and maybe images
  5. just for curiosity and trying to understand, could you try this? snapshot2
  6. No, I'm on 10.12.6, and your workflow works just fine for me so maybe Hig Sierra changed something
  7. this is working for me, using a run NSApplescript action in a workflow: on alfred_script(q) -- path to the desktop set theDesktop to POSIX path of (path to desktop as string) -- variables to form the name of the snapshot set {year:y, month:m, day:d} to current date set myDate to y as string & "-" & m as string & "-" & d as string set myTime to time string of (current date) -- command to take the snapshot set shellCommand to "/usr/sbin/screencapture " & theDesktop & "Screenshoot-" & myDate & "-" & myTime & ".png" do shell script shellCommand -- command to open the snapshot set shellCommand to "open " & theDesktop & "Screenshoot-" & myDate & "-" & myTime & ".png" do shell script shellCommand end alfred_script obviously you should use an alfred shortcut to start the workflow, instead of cmd+ctrl+shift+4
  8. yes, I confirm. if you add a new desktop, it is not automatically enbled the corrispondent shortcut, and the script relies on the shortcut so, if we even could find a way to count the desktops, we should anyway goto the preferences to add their shortcut, so nothing automagically working
  9. yes, unfortunately yes, this solution works for a fixed number of screens. and more if you add more desktops, i imagine you should also change the preferences to enable the shortcut to them anyway if you change the number of desktops, is also really easy to adjust the script. just keep in mind to start from keycode 18. (Ctrl 1), and go on (19 for Ctrl 2 and so on) yes, I admit is quite tricky
  10. Don't know if there is a simpler way to do this, but it seems I have found a way and it is working for me. let's say we have 'Desktop 1' on the first screen for personal use and ' 'Desktop 2' for development in the second screen we have 'Desktop 3' for personal use and ' 'Desktop 4' for development In System preferences -> keyboard -> shortcut -> Mission Control we can enable the various 'Go to desktop', using Ctrl and the desktop number now you can create a really simple workflow: add and input element, with keyword 'pers', decheck 'with space', select 'no argument'; link it to an NSApplescript object, with this code on alfred_script(q) tell application "System Events" to key code 18 using control down tell application "System Events" to key code 20 using control down end alfred_script this will switch both screens to personal use. add another two linked objects the same way, set the input keyword to 'dev', and on the linked NSApplescript object put this code: on alfred_script(q) tell application "System Events" to key code 19 using control down tell application "System Events" to key code 21 using control down end alfred_script this should switch both screens to development use. hope it works for you! Giulio
  11. I'm not a native english speaker, working a lot with list of keywords that describe audio files... This tool can be A LOT useful for me! Thank you!
  12. Hi, I'm using audioswitch http://www.packal.org/search/site/audioswitch
  13. works just fine... added activate to bring Safari in front, and it's exactly what I needed... thank you so much Vitor! Giulio
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