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Under Workflows if I select and edit a script object. There is a drop down list of shells and interpreters called Language, however, you cannot customise them. At the moment the main reason for wanting to do this is to change to /usr/bin/python3 Python2 is to be removed soon and most languages from default macOS installations at a later date(s). This was mentioned in Catalina’s notes as depreciations. This means in the future people will be using Conda, Homebrew etc to add languages to their systems unless Alfred plans to included runtimes. I actually use Homebrew to get newer versions of python, zsh and bash these are a different paths. I just wonder if there is currently a way to add and change them? Some people also use tools like asdf, pyenv, rvm, direnv etc to manage multiple versions of languages.
Fish Toolbox This is a toolbox of functions for working with the [Fish Shell](http://fishshell.com/). You can install fish shell with homebrew: brew install fish Currently, the functions are: f:seteditor Set the code editor to use f:editfunction Edit a Fish function. It will show a list of possible functions to edit. If you press FN key and select a function, that function will be deleted. f:editconfig Edit the Fish Configuration file. f:newfunction Create a new fish function. with more to come. You can download it from my GitHub account: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/blob/master/FishToolbox.alfredworkflow Or from Packal!