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  1. I already own a personal license for Alfred. Can I use this at work?
  2. Nice, but it doesn't close the tab in Safari though?
  3. Is there a workflow that does this? I have searched but found nothing
  4. Oops, missed that. Works now, thanks.
  5. So the sample file does work for me, but I can't seem to point to another BiBTeX. I tried this: But get this:
  6. Thank you so much! That is exactly what I need. Much appreciated! Where can I find the actual script you made? I see a reference to `citations.py`, but where is this python script?
  7. Sure, here is a sample: https://gist.github.com/gandalfsaxe/126193c53d1f62b8e810b895bb3348bc Thanks!
  8. Yes precisely! I'm only interesting in a single string for each BibTeX entry, namely the crossref field, which follows from the @type{crossref, lines. The type itself can be one of 14 standard types (as I confirmed see here, here and here), where @article and @misc are the two most common types (at least for me). Is that still easy to do? PS: How do you do monospace code formatting in this forum? It's not just the grave accent `like this` as in Github Markdown.
  9. Hi all, Does this exist already: An Alfred workflow that will simply autocomplete a typed word from a textfile list of special words? If not, does anyone have an idea of how to achieve this? I'm most comfortable in Python so I could probably start making this myself if somebody gave me some pointers. The use case is auto-completion of references stored in a .bib file when I write academic articles in Typora using pandoc-crossref for references, however I have to remember all references in my head since there is no autocompletion from linked .bib file. (I have asked for this before, however I was probably being too specific in my request, so now I'm making it more general just as an autocompletion system linked up to a file.)
  10. And regarding searching Apple Music instead of iTunes Store?
  11. Nice. Is there a way to have it open a new tab? As far as I can see `fo` always uses the last tab in the window.
  12. Download: http://www.packal.org/workflow/symbol-bars (direct link) Very simple alfred workflow that paste one of the symbols in {#, *, -, =, %} N times. I sometimes find i various programming languages (or just LaTeX) that I want to make a visual distinction between blocks of code. A quick an easy way to do this is with this workflow: #bar N *bar N -bar N =bar N %bar N Example usage:
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