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Maddog last won the day on April 8 2017

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  1. Yep, there are complex workflows and argument heavy workflows that I just don't use because the only history search command I know is "up". For example, there's this "What's binding the port" workflow, that I sometimes really need (because something is taking up a port) but normally I don't use every day, the syntax is very hard to remember. In the terminal, I have fzf so I never get frustrated typing a long command, I know I'll never have to type it again if I remember a part of it.
  2. Thank you, that did the trick, my notifications were set to "Alerts", I've never on that settings screen, so some OS upgrade or something changed the default.
  3. Has anyone else had song notifications that never disappear? they just stay forever
  4. oh man, I can't believe I didn't try {clipboard:{query}} sorry, it works perfectly
  5. you mean to see if my value is passing through? I see this in the logs: and just now I tried just putting {query} in there and it worked (pasted a number):
  6. I tried using {clipboard:query} and {clipboard:{var:query}} I'm passing query from an external trigger. Am I doing something wrong or is this not supposed to work? Thanks
  7. Ehhh... silly of me to update Alfred so soon after release. Anyway, this workflow doesn't work in Alfred 4, thought it was worth mentioning - the upgrade migration process hasn't migrated my client ID/API key, and the welcome screen that suggests opening "Spotify Application page" does not open it, this is the error I see in the debugger: >/bin/bash: /Users/<username>/Library/Caches/com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred/Workflow Data/com.vdesabou.spotify.mini.player/action.log: No such file or directory When I created that file manually, it worked.
  8. Appreciate the mention, I found it already a few months ago, couldn't get it to work on El Cap, then upgraded to Mojave and couldn't get it to work there as well. Maybe I haven't tried hard enough, it felt pretty hacky and I gave up quickly. Instead, I have recently completely hidden my menu bar (I have a shortcut that brings it back if needed). I appreciate the extra real-estate and don't miss it. It was always just a trap to get me to use the mouse
  9. It's happening mostly with VSCode, that's the only program where I made good use of this feature. Thank you @Vero and @vitor, I'll try both suggestions!
  10. I don't know if my hand is shaking or if my keyboard is too sensitive (I did change the default repeat rate in OSX), but I keep merging clipboard items accidentally, I sort of like the merge feature and would like to try to keep using it, but the regular shortcut is just not working out for me. Maybe there's a trick to changing it to something else? EDIT: I'm using a bunch of other keyboard oriented utilities - Seil, Karabiner, Hammerspoon Thanks
  11. https://github.com/txaiwieser/OpenInHelium_AlfredWorkflow I've been using this one
  12. @dixhuit - I only ever think about doing it when my iterm crashes and I have to restore all my tabs/panes manually. But over time crashes that reset the positions of everything became pretty rare (restarting the OS or iterm flawlessly restores everything reliably now, it used to be very buggy).
  13. I get this: ruby 2.0.0p648 (2015-12-16 revision 53162) [universal.x86_64-darwin15] I know I'm behind, but I'm just worried about all the changes in the recent OS versions (don't want to switch from the old Karabiner, for example).
  14. Hey, sorry... OS: 10.11.6 Alfred: 3.6.2 (922) Process Control: 1.0.6 Yeah, the workflow just doesn't show anything, the debug shows: [2018-08-06 10:05:35][ERROR: input.scriptfilter] Code 1: ~/Library/Caches/com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-3/Workflow Scripts/F4B6A515-4330-4787-A8F6-B96452EDC1E5:4:in `split': invalid byte sequence in UTF-8 (ArgumentError) from ~/Library/Caches/com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-3/Workflow Scripts/F4B6A515-4330-4787-A8F6-B96452EDC1E5:4:in `<main>' Thanks
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