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  1. Decided to share my workflow which allows to connect and disconnect with already paired bluetooth devices. It relies on blueutil command line utility, which can be install via Homebrew: brew install blueutil I deliberately choose the fastest way to achieve the simple goal. Thus, workflow is fairly simple and works via shell scripts. Also, this approach allows anyone interested to modify and extend it like in no time. Workflow features two shortcuts: btc and btd, they stand for BlueTooth Connect and BlueTooth Disconnect respectively. As you type, list of devices is populated on the fly. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AshZo4dYuQ5vEvCYJz8KTTh0xw71w4UD/view?usp=sharing I don't think I will spare significant time improving this workflow since it already fulfills my needs. But I see it as a good starting point for further development for anyone curious. Enjoy it!
  2. Hi all. Just got suggested by someone from the Alfred team on Twitter to post this question here. So, my default browser is Safari, on which I have an extension called "Disconnect Search", which is basically private search so that you don't have all the usual "tailored" search results. Basically like DuckDuckGo but much better as it supports other search engines so you can get more than one page of results! I use Alfred for pretty much everything from app launching, launching websites, and of course: web searches. I have a bunch of custom search engines added. Whenever I try to do a Google search, it obviously uses the general search string built into Alfred instead of the default Disconnect Search as it would be if I search directly from the omnibar in Safari, and I can't add a custom search string from Disconnect Search because it looks like this: https://search.disconnect.me/searchTerms/serp?search=11786da2-1e27-456b-9788-6a7e405cd46a and so there is nowhere to put {query}. Has anybody found a workaround for this? Or is it something that would need to be suggested as a feature? Thanks for your help in advance.
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