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sashans13

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  1. Yeah, that'll do it Thanks Rodger, appreciate it!
  2. I did, here's the code, you may test it: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xx6jc4r9m3rmj7n/grep%20finder2.alfredworkflow?dl=0
  3. Thanks for the reply! I tried changing it to a "Run Script" action (using /usr/bin/osascript), but when I do, it doesn't run at all (no errors in the console though). Any ideas?
  4. Hi guys, newbie here. I have trouble passing an argument (usually passed with {query}) to NSAppleScript and I have no idea what I'm doing wrong. I'm trying to make a script that'll grep for me with "grep keyword" in the current finder window folder. However, I'm not able to pass the keyword to NSAppleScript, I'll illustrate on an example: What I type in alfred: "grep test" What I get in Terminal: "grep -inr {query} '/Users/[username_stripped]/Downloads/'" I've tried playing around with it but nothing seems to work, {query} doesn't seem to be evaluated at all. Is this normal behav
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