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    FroZen_X reacted to Modi34 in JXA adds line feed in the end of output   
    thx ! - that helped me)
    my app switcher is https://itunes.apple.com/ru/app/ring-menu-shortcut-to-your/id934212116?mt=12&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 - ring menu - http://ring-menu.com/
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    FroZen_X got a reaction from Modi34 in JXA adds line feed in the end of output   
    %0A is a return character, probably produced by your script. I had the same.
    To fix this you can use the new "Transform" function of Alfred to trim whitespaces. That will get rid of it.
     
    Btw what appswitcher are you using there? The circle you use to get back to alfred.
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    FroZen_X reacted to onyxleopard in Alfred Remote won’t connect to server after updating to Alfred 3   
    I see the problem (thanks FroZen_X).  Since the server is embedded in the Alfred 3 app bundle I had to add it to the system firewall whitelist (the rule for the Aflred 2 remote server did not carry over).  Kind of annoying.
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    FroZen_X reacted to danieldiekmeier in Import TextExpander snippets into Alfred v3   
    Hey Guys! I am the creator of the script, and I just released it as a web app, so people not familiar with Node should have no problem converting their files: http://alfred.danieldiekmeier.de/
     
    Thanks for your interest! <3
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    FroZen_X got a reaction from joshyboyrules in Shortcut Keys on Alfred 3   
    I guess focusing mode got changed in Alfred 3.
    To change this go to Appearance → Options(Bottom left) → And switch Focusing mode from "Standard Mode" to "Compatibility Mode"
     
    This should fix it
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    FroZen_X got a reaction from andresks in Import TextExpander snippets into Alfred v3   
    This should help you to get started with it: https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/installing-node
    Here is Node.js: https://nodejs.org/en/
     
    After that download the zip from github and unzip it in your downloads folder.
    Now you should have a folder named "textexpander-to-alfred3-master" in your downloads folder.
     
    Open Terminal → Type "cd Downloads" and press "Enter" to get into your downloads folder → then "cd textexpander-to-alfred3-master" press "Enter"
    to get into the folder of the textexpander converter.
     
    After that type "sudo npm install -g textexpander-to-alfred3" → you will have to type in your password (it won't show any signs or stars, so don't wonder)
    Type in your password and press enter. It should run your command and give you something like this:
    /usr/local/bin/textexpander-to-alfred3 -> /usr/local/lib/node_modules/textexpander-to-alfred3/textexpander-to-alfred3.js /usr/local/bin/te2a3 -> /usr/local/lib/node_modules/textexpander-to-alfred3/textexpander-to-alfred3.js /usr/local/lib └── textexpander-to-alfred3@0.0.3 After that you're almost done. Export groups from TextExpander and copy pasta them into the folder "textexpander-to-alfred3-master".
    As you're still in that folder via Terminal you just have to type in something like "textexpander-to-alfred3 Signatures.textexpander" depending on your exported filename. It will create a file for Alfred that you can double click and you're done
     
    Hope that helps ^^
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    FroZen_X got a reaction from mcdev in Import TextExpander snippets into Alfred v3   
    This should help you to get started with it: https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/installing-node
    Here is Node.js: https://nodejs.org/en/
     
    After that download the zip from github and unzip it in your downloads folder.
    Now you should have a folder named "textexpander-to-alfred3-master" in your downloads folder.
     
    Open Terminal → Type "cd Downloads" and press "Enter" to get into your downloads folder → then "cd textexpander-to-alfred3-master" press "Enter"
    to get into the folder of the textexpander converter.
     
    After that type "sudo npm install -g textexpander-to-alfred3" → you will have to type in your password (it won't show any signs or stars, so don't wonder)
    Type in your password and press enter. It should run your command and give you something like this:
    /usr/local/bin/textexpander-to-alfred3 -> /usr/local/lib/node_modules/textexpander-to-alfred3/textexpander-to-alfred3.js /usr/local/bin/te2a3 -> /usr/local/lib/node_modules/textexpander-to-alfred3/textexpander-to-alfred3.js /usr/local/lib └── textexpander-to-alfred3@0.0.3 After that you're almost done. Export groups from TextExpander and copy pasta them into the folder "textexpander-to-alfred3-master".
    As you're still in that folder via Terminal you just have to type in something like "textexpander-to-alfred3 Signatures.textexpander" depending on your exported filename. It will create a file for Alfred that you can double click and you're done
     
    Hope that helps ^^
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    FroZen_X got a reaction from Hatticus24 in Import TextExpander snippets into Alfred v3   
    This should help you to get started with it: https://docs.npmjs.com/getting-started/installing-node
    Here is Node.js: https://nodejs.org/en/
     
    After that download the zip from github and unzip it in your downloads folder.
    Now you should have a folder named "textexpander-to-alfred3-master" in your downloads folder.
     
    Open Terminal → Type "cd Downloads" and press "Enter" to get into your downloads folder → then "cd textexpander-to-alfred3-master" press "Enter"
    to get into the folder of the textexpander converter.
     
    After that type "sudo npm install -g textexpander-to-alfred3" → you will have to type in your password (it won't show any signs or stars, so don't wonder)
    Type in your password and press enter. It should run your command and give you something like this:
    /usr/local/bin/textexpander-to-alfred3 -> /usr/local/lib/node_modules/textexpander-to-alfred3/textexpander-to-alfred3.js /usr/local/bin/te2a3 -> /usr/local/lib/node_modules/textexpander-to-alfred3/textexpander-to-alfred3.js /usr/local/lib └── textexpander-to-alfred3@0.0.3 After that you're almost done. Export groups from TextExpander and copy pasta them into the folder "textexpander-to-alfred3-master".
    As you're still in that folder via Terminal you just have to type in something like "textexpander-to-alfred3 Signatures.textexpander" depending on your exported filename. It will create a file for Alfred that you can double click and you're done
     
    Hope that helps ^^
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    FroZen_X reacted to deanishe in 1password bookmark options not displaying properly   
    Yup, you paste them into Terminal.
    LaunchServices is the OS X subsystem that is responsible for tracking which applications are installed and which filetypes they can open.
    Parallels does something I consider to be particularly dumb and uses the same names for its proxy applications as the native Mac versions. As a result, they often override the native applications.
    Re-registering an application will update its entry in the LaunchServices database. Hopefully, this will lead to the Mac app taking precedence over the Parallels proxy.
    De-registering the Parallels proxy app (make sure to adjust the path to the command) should remove it from the database. Don't do this if you ever want to use the windows 1Password from your Mac.
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    FroZen_X reacted to deanishe in How to get into workflow folder using NSApplescript?   
    I think you've missed the point, which is don't use Run NSAppleScript.
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    FroZen_X reacted to Vero in How to share custom searches (without powerpack)?   
    The post Frozen_X has shared dates from Alfred v1 so the preferences don't look quite the same, but the idea remains the same. Here's a more current version of this documentation:
    https://www.alfredapp.com/help/features/web-search/custom-searches/
     
    If your friend has Alfred 2 installed as well, they'll be able to simply click the URL, which begins with alfred://, and they'll see the pop-up asking if they want to import the custom search.
     
    If they're using Alfred version 1 (e.g. from the Mac App Store), they'll need to update to the current version of Alfred first.
     
    Cheers,
    Vero
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    FroZen_X reacted to mbigras in Running AppleScript with Alfred to unminimize windows is slow   
    Hey FroZen_X,
     
    Thanks so much! That helped me a lot! I changed the hot key to ctrl + cmd + m and the windows are coming up much faster 
     
    It is definitely still noticeably slower though coming up then going down so I did some more experimenting with your second comment about changing from Run NSAppleScript to Run Script; however it didn't seem to make a difference in speed, also when I tried switching the hotkey back to shift + cmd + m it went back to going slow so it seems like the hot key does matter even if it's a different script, am I missing something here? Like to I need to write a script in a different language for the windows to come up more snappily and to be able to use shift in the hotkey? Anyways, thanks so much for your help so far 
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    FroZen_X got a reaction from dfay in Running AppleScript with Alfred to unminimize windows is slow   
    I'm silly....way way way better solution....forget about the delay or anything else....
    Go to your workflow->doubly click on your hotkey to open the hotkey settings(can also right click->configure)->Right click in the hotkey field and change
    the trigger behaviour to "Wait until modifier keys are released"
    That will do it!
     
    Always learn something new ^^
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    FroZen_X got a reaction from jonteamere in Alfred to Ulysses workflow   
    Create a new Workflow->Add a input like a keyword->Add the output "Open URL" and there you just insert the x-call
    Here is an example: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ffjjf5lno0bipw9/Test%20workflow.alfredworkflow?dl=0
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    FroZen_X got a reaction from deanishe in Running AppleScript with Alfred to unminimize windows is slow   
    I'm silly....way way way better solution....forget about the delay or anything else....
    Go to your workflow->doubly click on your hotkey to open the hotkey settings(can also right click->configure)->Right click in the hotkey field and change
    the trigger behaviour to "Wait until modifier keys are released"
    That will do it!
     
    Always learn something new ^^
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    FroZen_X reacted to nikivi in CMD + enter does not work in Alfred   
    Thank you ♡
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    FroZen_X reacted to Vero in I used to be able to find Photoshop by just typing 'shop', now it doesn't work anymore   
    Pop up the "Get info" panel for Photoshop and add a Spotlight comment for "shop", which will allow Alfred and other apps to find it based on that keyword:
    https://www.alfredapp.com/help/features/file-search/tagging-files/#spotlight
     
    Cheers,
    Vero
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    FroZen_X got a reaction from jonpdw in [Request] Open last Alfred search - Using keyboard shortcut   
    This already exists in Alfred see here: http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/8745-lock-alfred/
     
    Easiest way is to go to Advanced -> History -> Activate "Show latest history if within 5 minutes"

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    FroZen_X reacted to deanishe in Screenshot to folder / tagger   
    There's no software that can read your mind, alas.
     
    You can drag the image into the proper folder in the first place.
     
    You can tag the image and have Hazel do different things depending on the tags.
     
    You can write a simple AppleScript (or Python program) that does indeed pop up a dialog box asking you what to do with the image, and have Hazel run that for you.
     
    AppleScript dialogs are simple enough.
     
    Pashua and cocoaDialog are available if you're not insane and therefore do not want to use AppleScript.
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    FroZen_X got a reaction from therockmandolinist in Lock alfred?   
    If its just about having the previous query back, then you can also change your settings. Under Advanced -> History -> Activate "Show latest history if within 5 minutes"
    I got the tip from Vero a little while ago: https://twitter.com/alfredapp/status/711159248017858562
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    FroZen_X reacted to deanishe in Simple workflow to create a new email with hotkey   
    MailMate, tbh. Absolute powerhouse of a client and the developer, Benny, is amazing. It's fairly pricey, but Benny has literally spent an afternoon helping me with an issue and made me a special build.
     
    That said, I think it has a few problems with Gmail due to Google's non-standard implementation of IMAP.
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    FroZen_X got a reaction from deanishe in Lock alfred?   
    If its just about having the previous query back, then you can also change your settings. Under Advanced -> History -> Activate "Show latest history if within 5 minutes"
    I got the tip from Vero a little while ago: https://twitter.com/alfredapp/status/711159248017858562
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    FroZen_X reacted to deanishe in Simple workflow to create a new email with hotkey   
    Generally, it's a better idea to ignore the Run NSAppleScript Action and use the normal Run Script Action with language = /usr/bin/osascript (AS) instead.
     
    The reason is that Alfred blocks while a Run NSAppleScript is running, so you can't use Alfred, but a Run Script is always run in the background.
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    FroZen_X got a reaction from jimox in Passing a query into a script filter doesn't match the filter   
    If your workflow is not doing anything with the arguments, then you can also set it to no argument required for a quicker way of executing.
    You're welcome
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    FroZen_X reacted to Vero in snippets in v3?   
    You guys might want to keep an eye on the blog tomorrow...
     
    https://twitter.com/alfredapp/status/718177793104822272
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