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At some point, Alfred started hijacking my command key, so whatever app I'm using, when I double-tap command, it copies to clipboard. This is extremely undesirable to me, as I use a clipboard tracker and it's constantly being filled with random crap. I don't need this feature, however I have no idea, even after scouring through the app settings, where to disable this feature. Anyone has a clue? Please help
Hi and good day, Sometimes, when writing some special symbols on the keyboard, I need to to disable Albert for a short period, because otherwise Albert will spark off some shortcuts. To quit Albert completely seems too much, just disabling it for a while & enabling it afterwards. How could this be done? / with best regards, Omar K N Stockholm, Sweden
Recently got an HHKB (Happy Hacking Keyboard Professional2) and rest it over the on-board keyboard on my MacBook Pro while in use. However, because it's so small (60% keyboard), the bottom half activates keys on the on-board keyboard. So I made a little Alfred workflow that uses a "keyon" or "keyoff" keyword to enable or disable the on-board keyboard. It requires admin privileges since it runs a sudo command via AppleScript, but works fine and makes it quick and easy to toggle between setups. WARNING: Do not disable your keyboard if you need it to [easily] enable it again. DOWNLOAD: Keyboard Enable/Disable by Codewyn
I have been having troubles with Alfred not finding apps and I traced it back to spotlight service. For some reason it keeps disabling itself for no reason. I turned it back on this afternoon via terminal and now once again it is disabled and I do not know why. How do I fix this?