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jeet

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  1. you are awesome. this is exactly what I was looking for. thank you so much!
  2. Thank you for giving insights. This helped me in understanding it little more.
  3. i am not a technical person and don't know anything about capture:tiny, homebrew etc. But I have installed everything and i am on the stage of logging in pinentry /usr/local/bin/lpass login [--trust] [--plaintext-key [--force, -f]] USERNAME i am hesitant to ask, and you can laugh or beat me to death but I have gathered strength to ask this : is there a risk of my master password or site passwords getting compromised this way? There is a lot going on in CLI and i don't know what all code my MasterPassword would go through and which host/domain these scripts might connect from background. I appreciate this fantastic workflow and don't doubt you at all. its just that i want to know the background work these scripts would do. Apologies if i offended you or anybody. Regards, Jay
  4. i am not a technical person and don't know anything about capture:tiny, homebrew etc. But I have installed everything and i am on the stage of logging in pinentry /usr/local/bin/lpass login [--trust] [--plaintext-key [--force, -f]] USERNAME i am hesitant to ask, and you can laugh or beat me to death but I have gathered strength to ask this : is there a risk of my master password getting compromised this way? There is a lot going on in CLI and i don't know what all code my MasterPassword would go through and which host/domain these scripts might connect from background. I appreciate this fantastic workflow and don't doubt you at all. its just that i want to know the background work these scripts would do. Apologies if i offended you or anybody. Regards, Jay
  5. It will be great if we could delete a file by simply saying "delete <filename>". I searched everywhere but there is no such workflow in alfred, launchbar or quicksilver. I know there is an operations menu which we can access by option+command+\ but thats a cumbersome process. as a CLI fan i like typing a command and be done with it. "delete <filename>" can suggest multiple files if they start with same name. then with up/down arrow key we can select the file. this will fill the text box with the filename which we intend to delete like "delete text.Docx" . simply press enter and move it to trash.
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