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  1. Hello there, this is my laziness speaking and I know it. However, I have wondered if the following is possible: I have the first image: Every script filter is hooked up to two outputs, there will be #scriptFilter*2 connections I want the second image: Every script filter is hooked up to a single junction, which is in turn hooked up to two actions, there will be #scriptFilter+2 connections Can this be done, and if not, is it worth filing a feature request for?
  2. Hey there Alfred Community, Full disclaimer: I am a hopeless newbie when it comes to the topics I'm addressing here, so I apologize in advance for ambiguous vocabulary. Basically, I am trying to use a combination of "File Filter" and "Run Script" to open a server on a specific folder (for development's sake). In Terminal, I would do the following: cd ~/PathToRelevantFolder php -S localhost: (Port) How do I transform this into a workflow such that I can use a file filter to return my folder of interest and provide an additional argument that allows me to specify the port I wish to use for the local host (e.g. 8000, 9090, 3012...). It's the latter half (providing the port argument) that's giving me the most difficulty. My thanks in advance for any help anyone can give me! -Colin
  3. So I have a bash script below, that I run that allows me to pass in 2 - 3 arguments that will then download a dummy image from lorempixel.com. #!/bin/bash if [ $3 ] then wget http://lorempixel.com/$1/$2/$3'>http://lorempixel.com/$1/$2/$3 -O $1x$2-$3.jpg else wget http://lorempixel.com/$1/$2/ -O $1x$2.jpg fi I want to set this up as a workflow, but not sure how to deal with the {query} part in the script. Right now I have a keyword that links to the "Run Script" action that breaks when it gets there. I realize I can probably tweak this script so that the query matches the output path, but I want to keep it readable. Please help?!
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