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  1. I apologize. That was a total newbie error on my part. That suggestion was great by the way and helped. But ultimately I just needed to reboot. It was a bit surprising because the machine had _just_ rebooted in order to install Mojave so I didn't consider that it might need a _second_ reboot. But it did. And now Alfred works again!
  2. Just upgraded to Mojave 10.14 (18A391). Just downloaded the most recent Alfred 3, 3_8_959. Followed the instructions about giving Alfred access from https://www.alfredapp.com/help/getting-started/macos-mojave/. But I cannot figure out how to query Alfred. I can tell that I'm running Alfred because it shows up as a running process: /V/b/D/alfred$ ps auxw | grep -i alfred jbent 1782 0.0 0.2 4870044 25732 ?? S 8:28AM 0:00.29 /Applications/Alfred 3.app/Contents/MacOS/Alfred 3 -psn_0_483446 There is no bowler top hat in my menu bar nor in my dock. The keystroke that I used before upgrading to Mojave (alt-space) is no longer working. Any suggestions? Please help. I miss Alfred!! TIA.
  3. I just want to +1 this. I also use Alfred extensively to put large blobs of text quickly up onto my screen. Large type is OK but sometimes I just want it quietly up in the corner not disrupting the rest of my screen. So, growl and growlnotify is my solution. Thanks for this post because I don't know if I would have otherwise figured this out.
  4. Thanks so much! Problem solved. The solution was putting {query} in the 'text' field. Worked for both NC and growl. I was confused by the option to put {query} in either title or text since I thought of {query} as the original entered text and not as the output.
  5. Thanks for the reply. Yes, sorry, I should have said that the behavior is the same to Notification Center. To test this a bit more, I made a simple workflow that just does: cat {query} and pipes into either growl or notification center. I then did 'vim /tmp/a.txt' which looks like this: /tmp$ cat /tmp/a.txt Here I will type a very very very very very very long line of text. Here is short. Here I will type another very very very very very very long line of text. Another short is here. /tmp$ Now when I test this, the 'Large Type' looks perfect but growl and notification center are still not working. Here is growl: Here is notification center: Note that notification center is even worse. Not only does it truncate the first line but it only displays the first line. Some version information: Computer: Processor 1.4 GHz Intel Core i5 Computer: Software OS X 10.9.5 (13F34) alfred: v2.5.1 (308). growl: 2.1.3. Thanks very much for any and all help.
  6. Maybe this is a growl or a notification center problem but hopefully someone here can help me. I've set up workflows to run bash scripts and send output to notification windows. The output looks perfect in the 'Large Type' output but not in the growl window where it is truncated and replaced with an ellipse. Thanks much for any and all help!
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