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  1. I'm wondering if I can run AppleScript/terminal commands automatically in Alfred workflow. is that possible? any ideas?
  2. Hi! I have been a user of Alfred (+ Powerpack) for years, but only recently decided to invest more time into customizing it with the workflows I thought were helpful. As I am a software developer, I generally setup any new Mac OSX environment using a completely automated installer: https://github.com/kigster/pullulant I wanted to add to Pullulant a simple bash script for installing Alfred. I can install the software itself using Homebrew, and then I was hoping to download and install my favorite workflows. I have now spent over an hour searching online, and I am absolutely stunned to find out that Alfred, the supposedly tool for automating your OS-X life, is itself so difficult to automate!!! What I want is a single line command I can run in Terminal (or iTerm, i.e. bash), that tells Alfred to import the given workflow. Since Alfred insists on choosing a category for a workflow (which is completely useless in my opinion), I would imagine that this command would need to tell Alfred what category to assign it. Right now I am able to do this: open $(curl -s -L -O -w %{filename_effective} \ https://github.com/packal/repository/raw/master/com.alfredapp.mdeboer.atom/atom.alfredworkflow) And as you would expect, curl downloads the file, OSX then opens Alfred, which then stays open like a village fool waiting for me to choose a category for it, and I can't, for the love of life, my laptop or the universe, find a way to make this entire process non-interactive, so that I can run it in a goddamn loop and be done with it. Why!? Why is it so hard? LOL. Cry. LOL. Cry. Sorry, it's very late, and I am getting a bit delirious. I do not mean to offend anyone, I just hoped that I could find a solution without having to post a new question in the forum, because even after searching this entire forum for "install", "command line", "bash", "terminal", "non-interactive" I found nada. Your truly, Konstantin https://github.com/kigster
  3. Currently, you have to turn on "following" (being notified by email of new activity in) topics *manually*, It would be convenient to have an auto-follow feature - i.e., an automatic subscription to notifications of activity relating to a given topic - in response to either of the following actions: "liking" a topic or reply posting a reply I think these are reasonable defaults; personally, I've forgotten to turn on "following" on a number of occasions, mistakenly assuming it had been turned on for me.
  4. 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
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