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  1. I am super happy about this ! Really it's cool ! There is still an annoyance though... (sorry Andrew :-( ) in the form of the following: say I'm watching a TV series on my computer using the MPV player, one episode is about to end, so I pop Alfred up and start to look for the next episode. But MPV has the particularity of quitting when a video is over, thus giving the focus to the next application and escaping Alfred in the process. Could there be a way for Alfred to remain active while the frontmost application changes?
  2. Hey man, this is great. It's been expected for a long long time ! First things first: could you package it as a .alfredworkflow file to distribute it? You can just right click on the workflow in the workflow list of alfred preferences, and click "export".
  3. Yay !! Genius ! This is really going to improve my experience here :-) Thanks !
  4. Weird... Plus, I have nothing to install in my Download folder :-)
  5. Weird update in Packal : it proposes to revert the "install app" workflow rather than update...
  6. Hey Andrew. I've been slacking here, so I don't know if this was actually implemented... But Alfred still is behind VLC and MPV when these are in 'float on top' mode...
  7. Not what I meant at all. Here it is: Create a BACKUP version of the app you want to install with the safe `rsync` method Try and `mv` the ORIGINAL app into /Applications Delete the BACKUP If `mv` worked, then you didn't need to close the app, this is ideal. If it didn't, then you had a backup copy to `rsync` into \Applications (in which case you will have to ask to close the app). But with this process, closing the app is only required rarely.
  8. Ok so then here's an idea: you `rsync` a temporary copy of the file, you `mv` the file, and then delete the temp copy. Then you don't need to close the app (except if the `mv` failed but then it'll only be rare cases). If the `mv` failed, you have the backup temp copy to start the process over.
  9. Hey Shawn, I've been having this issue with the updater (either graphical or through the alfred workflow): it won't update Colors from 2.0.0 to 2.0.1 Any idea what i can do?
  10. Toggle your bluetooth on or off, indicates whether it's currently on or off. Get it on Packal.
  11. You seem to be developing this workflow pretty actively so I'll keep inputting: when dealing with .app files, why copy them and not move them? Then you wouldn't need to close the app first, and the user wouldn't have (albeit temporarily) twice the app on their computer... This happened to me this morning :-)
  12. No idea, sorry. Either these won't have a cool icon or maybe some already existing code out there can help you with this. But I have personally no idea. I was also thinking that you might want to do a deeper search, find apps in folders within the Download folder, that'd be cool too.
  13. Hey just got an idea: you could also use the apps' icons, that'd look great
  14. Great, it's working now :-) I have some feedback for you though: In the above picture, you can see your own workflow, and actual app (pacapong.app), a hidden R history file ".Rapp.history" (this is a software used in research for statistical analysis and the likes), and a folder "71135_katapult_zip" containing blender models, images and html files. I don't really think ".Rapp.history" and "71135_katapult_zip" have their place on this list. If you don't want to filter files by their extension, then at least you could try and explore them and see if they fit (the ".Rapp" file will not have the usual package content structure, the "katapult_zip" is actually a folder containing nothing that can be installed). My Download is not so very messy. It is, but I think it could be way worse, in which case I'd be lost in files suggested for install... Anyway, I like what you did ;-)