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  1. Hello everyone, i more often browser through folders via Alfred and find myself wanting to press ⌘ + A to select all filtered files like in this case: Just to drag and drop then for instance into a Mail. I know i can use the mail action for that but not when I'm in a Browser or when i want to just Drag and Drop them quick all together and not one by one. Maybe there is already another way idk but this would be awesome to have. Cheers, Frozen
  2. 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.
  3. I was super pleasantly surprised that drag + drop works from inside Alfred window. Making my workflows a breeze when I want to put a file inside say gmail. One problem is, I need to first open a gmail window, and then search for the file. A lot of times, I fist search the file, then open the gmail window, then search for the file again to drag&drop it. I tried to buffer the file before, so when I next open Alfred, I won't have to search the file again. This didn't seem to work. Please consider adding this awesome feature to Alfred as well. So I can save files to buffer, and then drag and drop out of the buffer.
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