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  1. My idea is to get more from File buffer ability. It is superb right now, but I think it could be even better with drag and drop. What I mean is to select files into buffer and then would be possible to drag those anywhere we want to drop. Similar to DragonDrop app.
  2. Context: * When using the File Buffer, alt is the default modifier and pressing alt + backspace removes all items from the buffer. * When the "Compatibility: Use shift+alt as modifier key" toggle is checked, shift + alt is required to interact with the buffer. Current Behavior: When the "Compatibility" toggle is checked... - pressing alt + backspace still removes all items from the buffer, with or without pressing the shift key Expected Behavior: When the "Compatibility" toggle is checked... - pressing alt + backspace should not remove items from the buffer - pressing shift + alt + backspace would remove all items from the buffer Alfred version & build number: 2.7.1 (387) OS X version: Yosemite 10.10.4 (14E46) Screenshot: http://i.imgur.com/76tB5xc.png
  3. Greetings, First, thanks for a great and honest product. I'm surprised Apple hasn't hired you folks yet ;-) I was wondering if the usual "File Action" shortcut [⌥・⌘ ・\] could be used to place something in the File Buffer? You'll recall that that only way presently to add something to the buffer is by [⌥・ ↑], which is great... IF you're browsing from within Alfred. If you're traversing multiple folders in Finder, this would be a tremendous time-saver. As an aside, would you be amenable to the idea of making available some sort of programmer's API? I'd be happy to code this up myself if only I knew where to begin (seriously!). Many thanks again, George San Francisco Reference: http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/4782-add-to-buffer-from-finder/
  4. I'm trying to make a workflow runs as a file action. It should take multiple files from the file buffer and attach them to an email, to be send to a predetermined address. I would really appreciate it if somebody could help me with the attachment part. This is what I have: set MyAttachments to the "{query}" tell application "Mail" activate set MyMessage to make new outgoing message with properties {subject:"Subject line goes here", content:"Body goes here", visible:true} tell MyMessage make new to recipient with properties {address:"Addres_goes_here@gmail.com"} repeat with EachAttachment in MyAttachments make new attachment with properties {file name:(EachAttachment as alias)} at after last paragraph of content end repeat save end tell end tell Thanks in advance for your help.
  5. Hi When adding files to the file buffer is it possible to copy the files to the clipboard so that I can then paste them into another application? thanks ///sphardy
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