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  1. Is there a way to configure the workflow to always search in a different profile?
  2. Hi. How do I search for history in a separate chrome profile?
  3. Hi. How do I set a hotkey to use the layother option i.e. what is the "Text" that I need to put there?
  4. Hi. When using Groups in Chrome, the group is collapsed (but exists) in another Chrome window than the last one being in focus. Searching using the workflow and selecting a tab in this collapsed group doesn't bring the relevant Chrome window to focus. It does open the group and select the tab, but if this Chrome window is not visible, then it does not make it visible.
  5. Is there a way to always show the results of a fallback workflow? specifically I'd like to always see those coming from google drive https://github.com/alfredapp/google-drive-workflow/. I've tried "Intelligently show fallbacks at the end of results" but none appears.
  6. Is there a way to use Alfred (or an existing workflow) to get the path, or navigate in Finder, or open the File actions starting with the current file under focus. QuickSilver has "Current Document" object which does exactly that.
  7. Hi ... when using web search, is there a way to preview the final web search query before it is used?
  8. Is there an easy way to see all the filters (after typing "funnel")?
  9. Hi ... is there an existing workflow which can help in toggling Mac's camera on/off?
  10. Is there a way to use the new Authentication was listed in https://api.slack.com/web (creating an app vs a legacy token)?
  11. It is reproducible for me when selecting a text and then quickly doing cmd-c-x (copy and then cut the text). And it looks like the clipboard history is being shorten. (so maybe the cut is really working on the clipboard history?) @Andrew It is the same behavior when using the opposite cmd. I'm using MacBook Air built-in keyboard. There are quite few things in the macOS Accessibility preferences (Security & Privacy > Privacy > Accessibility).
  12. Managed to get it work under Alfred 3 by right click on the workflow and "Open in Finder". Then edit layout_select.pl and changed line 12 from my $layouts_file = $ENV{'HOME'} . '/Library/Application Support/Alfred 2/Workflow Data/de.leanovate.alfred.layout/layouts.yaml'; to my $layouts_file = $ENV{'HOME'} . '/Library/Application Support/Alfred 3/Workflow Data/de.leanovate.alfred.layout/layouts.yaml';
  13. Amazing workflow, but it no longer works. Debugging in Alfred 3 I get: Starting debug for 'Layout' [2017-04-02 18:55:38][ERROR: input.scriptfilter] Code 255: Syck parser (line 12, column 22): syntax error at /System/Library/Perl/Extras/5.18/darwin-thread-multi-2level/YAML/Syck.pm line 133, <$fh> line 1. and /usr/bin/perl layout.pl center given is experimental at layout.pl line 274. when is experimental at layout.pl line 275. when is experimental at layout.pl line 281. when is experimental at layout.pl line 289. when is experimental at layout.pl line 299. when is experimental at layout.pl line 319. when is experimental at layout.pl line 357. when is experimental at layout.pl line 381. Can't call method "position" on unblessed reference at layout.pl line 247.
  14. I had to move it all they way to the left in order for "plain" cmd-C to work properly without triggering cmd-C-C, but this significantly slows me down in using "repeat" everywhere else, so right now I can really use Alfred cmd-C-C. Moreover, when playing around with the settings e.g. creating multiple lines and see how fast I can get repeated "delete" (<--), I can tell for sure that I'm not that slow in how long I keep "c" down when doing cmd-C. So I think that what I initially experience has more than just using the above keyboard settings.
  15. Any workflow which can address this?
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