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  1. My workflow dynamically generates script filter objects and it fetches icons from clearbit logo api. Sometimes it detects non-rectangular icons, and even though those look fine in script filter object configuration window, they are stretched beyond recognition (see the screenshot) in results and workflow overview. I'm on v3.0.2[676], OS X 10.10.5
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    Alfred Filters Results

    Hi deanishe, Thanks for your answer! Looks like I'm stuck with my own implementation of fuzzy matching for now then
  3. Hi I have question regarding the "Alfred filters results" script filter option. Does it support fuzzy filtering?
  4. Description: Define URL templates, assign keywords to specific url template expansions, have your services at your fingertips. Use cases: assign keywords to different project dashboards in bug tracking, error tracking, application monitoring services; open different mailboxes and calendars Project on GitHub: https://github.com/v-yarotsky/dawg Screenshot: OneLogin: Usage Example 1: open different gmail mailboxes in the browser: Run "dawg edit" in Alfred, replace file contents with the following snippet, then save & quit the editor (don't worry, it'll run a separate instance for editing the config, using open -n). { "gmail.com": { "keyword": "mail", "template": "https://mail.google.com/mail/u/?authuser={email}", "substitutions": { "work": { "email": "me@mycompany.com" }, "my": { "email": "me@gmail.com" } } } } Then use "mail work" and "mail my" to access gmail accounts, respectively. Example 2: multiple URL template parameters { "www.datadoghq.com": { "keyword": "dog", "template": "https://app.datadoghq.com/{type}/{id}", "substitutions": { "myboard": { "id": "00001", "type": "screen" }, "mydash": { "id": "00004", "type": "dash" } } } } Download Links: https://github.com/v-yarotsky/dawg/releases/latest Dependencies: None License WTFPL Post Updates: 03/23/2016: Clarify that the editor app must be closed after editing the config.