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  1. I use zsh as my primary shell and have added a few crucial directories to $PATH in my ~/.zshenv: - $HOME/.rvm/bin (allows use of rvm ruby) - /usr/local/bin (Homebrew binaries) - /usr/local/mysql/bin (mysql executable) - a personal scripts directory This prevents me from needing to specify absolute paths in many of my scripts. As far as I know, bash lacks a file that is automatically sourced for scripts (non-interactive shells); instead you need to set the BASH_ENV environment variable to point to such a file. I'd like to avoid setting this in all of my Alfred bash scripts
  2. I use Elements for a lot of little note taking stuff on iOS, and having a dedicated filter for it in Alfred makes it easy to pull up those docs on my Macs. Simple, yet effective. Elements Workflow / File Filter
  3. That's something I felt the need for with v1 already, now that what used to be Hotkeys in v1 also are Workflows, I'd appreciate an option to group Workflows in folders even more. In v1, I currently have 41 extensions installed and 18 hotkeys configured, which would sum up to 59 items in the Workflow sidebar in v2. That's quite a list to scroll. Apart from having these sorted alphabetically, I'd love to be able to put them into groups/folders, e.g. one for extensions covering aspects of my private life, one for professional tasks, a group for my own extensions, another for extensions I
  4. A way to customise the results returned from a file search e.g: Access to the returned xml and a way to pass this to a script filter Access to the Alfred search api which could be used directly from a script filter (I'm currently using a scripted Spotlight search which works, but I presume Alfred does some of his own indexing/other optimisations of the search) Thanks Tom
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