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  1. Didn’t know you did, therefore i thought you meant emoji's that are unicode based. So yeah natively Alfred doesn’t have support for images. Would be nice to see
  2. @Beiling With a little search in the Forum i found this again: http://joelcalifa.com/blog/alfred-emoji-snippet-pack/ Image is not needed, emojis are based on unicode. Cheers, Frozen
  3. I may quote yourself when it comes to the posting part "Knowledge is knowing where the answers might lie. Solving problems is knowing how to apply the knowledge you have to solve a thing." I know from viewing some of your questions and of which i replied to that you sometimes just ask too quick and don't actually take a moment to think about the issue. You can post as much as you want, as long as you have thought about it and not just have shot it out. In addition to that is the way of how . Like the whole screenshot thing ^^ About the methodical part, it actually reminds me of my father haha. He has things usually neatly put out and also documents things really well for times when he hasn’t looked at something for a long time and knows he will need it again. I myself find this step sometimes a bit overkill when you do it with so many things but it’s a nice to have.
  4. nikivi's attempt is not bad, the more you learn the smarter you get. Also by using a lot of these things you learn what is the best for you or overall the smartest way. With the page he was just showing that he tries i guess. But yeah i agree that it’s a process
  5. I find it quite interesting and must say by looking at it I'm picking more things out that make my workflow better. I didn't even know about the simultaneous press before which i now implemented. Its really useful i must say and makes accessing really quick. Sticky i've used before, but bringing it now to the next lvl <.< >.>
  6. I know that feeling haha mine is Tab Mode so its Tab+Q/W ^^ First its not easy but once you have the muscle memory you don't wanna go back ^
  7. I'm currently just deactivating the keys to get my muscle memory going. I must say however i have also mapped "CMD_R+W" to "OPT+Delete" for work deletion so the delete key is not the worst. Other than that Shift_L and Shift_R to move to words like OPT+Arrow_Left/Right might be interesting to you too. that's just awesome haha
  8. btw to actually adopt some of the habits or better to train the muscle memory i now disabled the "return" key and my "delete" key. That way I'm forced to do it haha <item> <name>Disable return key</name> <identifier>private.return</identifier> <autogen> __KeyToKey__ KeyCode::RETURN, KeyCode::VK_NONE </autogen> </item>
  9. @nikivi there is actually another thin i wonder of. I have seen in your "private.xml" that you also have mouse movements that you control via keyboard. Is that something you use often and find it really useful?
  10. what i meant was instead of using arrow keys, backspace, return etc. I now have the other way and my muscle memory is just in the way at the moment. Just have to get used to it ^^ Im also using Keyboard Maestro palettes for various apps that are already helping a lot. thats pretty interesting tho as i make a lot of changes at the moment. Better to refresh via script than pressing the button in karabiner. im on el capitan as i reverted back quite a while ago, so thats no issue Do you have any settings tipps? Like Karabiner Parameters related? @deanishe and @nikivi what is your biggest advantage of Typinator over Alfreds textexpander? Im testing it currently and already like the fuzzy, powerful search. Just try to justify the value for it with some more opinions.
  11. @nikivi thanks for sharing all of this. it certainly takes some getting used to, but i can already say that this way of binding i move my hands less and its more efficient. Only Problem is that i have to force my mind to adapt at the moment. Also that i changed now capslock single press to esc. I have had the Hyper key functionality, but just now added the esc single press. I already have issues with other machines, but after this...man, haha
  12. That's actually an even better approach. I'll search your Karabiner setting in Github and implement it. I first actually set J and K as up and down but then thought about the gamer hand haha. This however seems to be better as of the combination with selecting text. How have you set backspace or is it not replaced?
  13. I myself am currently toying with the whole simultaneous key trigger thing from karabiner pointed out by @nikivi. Like at the moment im fiddeling with these settings: Sticky: A+F = Return A+J = Cursor Left A+I = Cursor Up A+K = Cursor Down A+J = Cursor Right This let's you navigate through Alfred without leaving the keyboard row(Takes some getting used to atm). Simultaneous Keys: D+O = Recent Downloads via @vitor Workflow F+O = Show folders only in Alfred via Filefilter F+J = Typinator Quick Search. Im currently trying it out thanks to @nikivi and @deanishe F+S = Create Snipped from selection in Typinator Y+T = Youtube Searchio search via Workflow from @deanishe G+O = Google Searchio search Workflow from @deanishe Overall this is just fiddling around and a thing that my muscle memory has to catch up to ^^ Btw do you guys have a collection of Typinator phrases or overall a snipped collection? Cheers, Frozen Edit1: Sadly i cannot search the content of a snipped via Alfred which would make it a lot easier
  14. Karabiner Elements doesn't have the standard things like Tab mode or Launcher Mode. I myself have like nikivi now things that i use from Karabiner that i cannot live without. That starts with a simple "Tab+Q" to switch between apps or "Tab+1" to switch tabs in my browser. I haven't tried the whole two keys at once approach yet and will look into what @nikivi has done.
  15. I start to get interested in it too. I have been looking at your Github and have to see how to do the simultanious press. I already use sticky keys but i could make way more out of them. I however still try to find a good system that fits and let's me remember everything. A good way however is having the same hotkey everywhere and use Keyboard Maestro Palettes. Would be cool if you could post a video where idk you show some ways of a hardcore way of using all functions together. Cheers, Frozen
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