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  1. Currently, if a workflow extends beyond the bottom of the editor window in Alfred Preferences, it's only possible to scroll as far down as the bottom edge of the lowest element. This makes it mildly tricky to add an element beneath that (i.e. start a new row). You have to create it somewhere in the middle of your existing elements, then drag it down into position. It'd be helpful if Alfred allowed you to scroll down about a row's worth of pixels beyond the bottom of the lowest element, so you can create elements where you want them. It's a fairly minor thing, but if it's easy to implement, I think it would improve the workflow-building experience a wee bit.
  2. Alfred Editor This is a simple editor that makes use of NW.js Toolbox to run. Therefore, you need to install that workflow first. It can be found on my GitHub account below since it is too large for Packal. After installing this workflow, you need to execute ae:install to install the data files and the help files into their proper location. You will have a command line program called ae you can use to open files from the command line. The following commands are then useable: ae:openeditor This simply opens Alfred Editor without a file. ae:edit The currently selected file in Path Finder or Finder is opened in Alfred Editor. You also have an Alfred Browser command for opening files as well. An external command for opening files is available as well. ae:open This script filter gives several important directory locations that can be opened in the Alfred browser or Finder. ae:theme This script filter lists all the available themes. If you select one, that will be the new theme for windows opened in Alfred Editor. If you hold the **command key** while selecting, that theme will be opened in Alfred Editor to edit. ae:createtheme This allows you to create a new theme to use in Alfred Editor. It will request a new name, create the new theme from lesser-dark them, and open in Alfred Editor to edit. You will still have to select the theme for it to be used. ae:windowlist This will list each available Alfred Editor window name. The one selected will be brought to the front using the Hammerspoon Workflow. The Hammerspoon workflow has to be installed for this command to work. ae:keyboard This command allows you to choose either the Sublime keyboard layout or the Vim keyboard layout to use in Alfred Editor. If the Sublime layout is chosen, then the status line will always show it to be in insert mode. This workflow is a work in progress. I am using it to teach myself how to use the Node Webkit program for developing desktop applications using web technologies. I am currently working on a command prompt similar to Sublime with expandability using plugins. I also currently have only three themes. If you want to help me create themes, just send me the json file for your theme and I will include it. License: MIT Version: 1.2 Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/alfred-editor GitHub: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred Custom Computer Tools: http://customct.com/alfred-2-workflows
  3. In the modal dialog for setting up fallback results, the entries respond to a double click. They will appear editable, but on pressing ↩ to save changes, all edits are discarded. Alfred 2.0.3 (187) on OS X 10.8.3 (12D78). Replicated: yes
  4. Would it be possible to have the ability to edit scripts in workflows in an editor of our choice? Perhaps having one added option in Alfred's prefs to select an 'editor' ... then, when we double click on the script in a workflow, having a button (perhaps beside "open workflow folder") that says "Edit in External Editor." This would leave the default alone for quick and dirty stuff, yet allow others to load/modify the scripting in any of the multitude of editors out there that have all the color coding, command references and all that jive. I for one find it a 'tiny' but of a pain having to resize that window every time just to find a line I need to reference. Also, being VERY new to scripts and such, I DO tend to find the color coding helpful at times.
  5. When dragging objects, the workflow editor scrolls when the dragged object is at the extents of the window. Connections should behave the same way. Especially a problem with large and complex workflows Alfred v2.0.3 (187) on OS X 10.8.3. Replicated: yes
  6. I use Spectacle to arrange my windows. I hit ⌘⌥⌃↑ (my hotkey for maximizing the window) while the Workflow editor's pulldown menu was open. The pulldown was resized, detached from the window. Screenshot: Alfred v2.0.2 (178) on OS X 10.8.3. Replicated: yes
  7. Hey guys, just upgraded to version 2 which turned out even better than expected! Here's a quick theme that I did. It's a the Monokai Theme some of you might know from editors like TextMate, SublimeText or Vim. Download: https://github.com/fniephaus/alfred-monokai/raw/master/Monokai.alfredappearance Cheers Fabio
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