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drking

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  1. Hi Vero, Yes, in the mail.app emails. When I type "emfrom" or "em" and then various contacts (or search terms) that I know are in the mail.app, Alfred pulls up the google search. Thanks for responding and for all your help.
  2. Hi Vero, I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. When I use the work flow and type any of the three keywords followed by my search term, I am getting the default google search each time?
  3. Thanks @chsweb, helped me too!
  4. drking

    OS X Graphite

    I am really enjoying this. Thanks!
  5. @yoose: I can confirm this. Same happens here. I've also tried taking away the word "at" but still shows 12am
  6. @kelpie: You may try this-- Start up the Devonthink application. After a few minutes, quit the application. (this will populate the metadata folder located at ' Library > Cache > Metadata' with Devonthink's data). Then try your search again in Alfred. I notice I have to do this after using a cleaning program like Onyx or similar.
  7. _mk_ This morning I completed all my tasks in the Inbox and marked them off. (they were all regular tasks -- no sub tasks, no dates applied) So this morning, I started fresh and added 14 tasks to the inbox. Now, everything works fine -- all my tasks are showing up in Alfred as they should. It seems like everything is working okay now, but I'll continue to keep an eye out if I run across it again. Now to update to the latest version I see was posted today....This workflow is super fantastic!
  8. Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but when I type .ofti, I think I'm supposed to get a view of my inbox, correct? Right now, I have 11 tasks in my inbox, but only 3 are showing up with this keyword. Thanks for a great workflow and any guidance you can provide me.
  9. I love this theme! The font is really awesome with it, too.
  10. Every one of these themes are pretty darn awesome! Thanks for sharing.
  11. Thanks! Works great now
  12. I use this workflow all the time but for some reason it stopped working for me today. Thanks.
  13. Okay, I figured this out on my own and was actually quite proud of myself. But the workflow isn't reliable. When the workflow works, it searches the recipes title and content. For example, if I want to cook something that has the ingredients chicken, onions, carrots, etc, I can search all recipes with these ingredients. Awesome! But, I notice any cleaning of caches (with a program like Onyx or other) will cause problems to the workflow, because I have the data being pulled from the ~/Library/Cache/Metadata/MacGourmet folder. I can remedy this of course by restarting the MacGourmet program and rebuilding OSX metadata So my options so far (I think) are: 1. don't do any cache cleaning 2. if/when caches are cleaned, restart MacGourmet /rebuild data Any other ideas how I can build this workflow? Thanks.
  14. This is amazing! Works great for me and I was actually quite shocked to see how speedy it is. Thank you.
  15. @dimsav: The reason I like using this workflow rather than the default, is because then I am able to choose to search my bookmarks (and/or history) only when I need to, rather than having all my bookmarks come every time I type text into Alfred. Makes things less congested for me personally.
  16. This is awesome! Thank you.
  17. drking

    Mil

    Wow, very nice!
  18. This is fantastic!!!!!!! I tested it with both Mail and Safari and works great. Thanks
  19. I was thinking the same exact thing. This would be really useful.
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