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  1. Found this on github: https://github.com/godbout/AlfredWorkflowUpdater The automatic download and opening of the ne workflow is handy.
  2. This is a perplexing one to me -- and it's happened to several different files in the past and I don't understand why. I run a shell script via Alfred dozens of times daily.. it's a bash script called "screenMirror.sh". There's a few other similarly named scripts in the same folder which are found - but not "screenMirror.sh".. any idea why it would just disappear from the list? I did edit the script.. that seems to be what caused Alfred to stop displaying it in the results. But how do I get it back again? Note that even "find screenMirror.sh" doesn't find this file either.. again, I've been running it daily using Alfred so it's like it's been blocked somehow from displaying
  3. I tried everything and there is no way to make Google Drive — List File Stream contents from Google Drive operational. I Don't know what i'm doing wrong... a) I have a mac with Big Sur b) I installed Alfred 4 and updated c) I installed workflow Google Drive 2021.3 d) I did all steps in "about workflow": Call `gd` and type to list and filter the contents of your Google Drive. Before your first use, you will have to either run `:gdrebuildcache` or `:gdlaunchd`. The former builds a cache of your files on demand; the latter uses a macOS launchd agent to rebuild it every day (run `:gdlaunchd` again to uninstall it). e) google_drive_path has path value: /Volumes/GoogleDrive/ f) i have two Google Drives accounts
  4. Google recently replaced their "Backup and Sync" application for personal accounts with a new Google Drive application for both personal and corporate accounts. Since the new application was installed, I'm seeing the following behavior. I restart my computer. After logging in, applications are started, and Alfred pops up a message that it can't find the preferences folder. I click "Continue", and Alfred starts with the default preferences (I think) I quit and restart Alfred, and the second time it finds the preferences folder and starts with no errors. I think there's a race condition here between the new Google Drive app and Alfred. They're both set to "start automatically", but Alfred is getting started before Google Drive, so the volume where the preferences folder is stored is not yet mounted. Once I quit Alfred and restart after it fails, it succeeds because the volume has been mounted. It would be appreciated to have some retry logic here (e.g., retry accessing the preferences every second for 5 seconds when starting) before displaying the error message. Many thanks!
  5. I migrated the Google Backup & Sync app to their new Google Drive for Desktop app. Now part of my google drive looks cached somewhere buried in ~/Library (I chose to "stream" part of my Google Drive as I have 1.5TB of data in there, can’t sync that to my MBP) and the app thus created what looks like a NFS mount point in /Volumes/Google Drive. Problem is, adding that path to the search scope in Alfred hasn’t helped: all my drive files now aren’t found anymore through Alfred’s search feature. Anything special about mount points which would prevent searching in that location? I’ve reloaded Alfred’s cache; nothing. Thanks!
  6. Hi, Few days back i started using google drive app for desktop replacing the old backup & sync. Backup and sync used to store the required folders locally and i was able to search and find them through albert. Now that the new app lets us stream the all the files in the drive without keeping a local copy i prefer to keep local copy for very urgent files only. The problem is i cant search inside the google drive files now .. even the locally synced files & folders. Tried adding the folder path in 'search scope' still no hope. I hope someone can help me. Thanks
  7. Hay, I've added the Google Drive's mounted drive to Alfred's Search Scope and I was able to search between thousands of Google Drive files within split seconds. It was like living in a dream! But, since Drive updated to version 47 on my M1 based Mac Mini, it looks like Alfred app can not index files on the mounted Google Drive-drive anymore. I've tried deleting and re-adding the path (/Volumes/GoogleDrive), but that did not help. This is just completely throwing my workflow out of the window. Any idea for fixing this? Some short term workaround? Thanks a lot.
  8. Able to replicate: Yes, every time Alfred Version: Version 2.7.1, April 15, 2015 OS X Version: Version 10.10.4 Steps to reproduce: 1. Create a new workflow by clicking the "+" button 2. Templates->Clipboard->Paste text clip from hotkey 3. Assign a hotkey 4. Open the block "Copy to clipboard" Enter any text you want to be pasted when invoking the hotkey Check "Automatically paste to front most app" 5. Save 6. Go to any text area or text app and invoke the hotkey 7. The text is copied in twice 8. Uncheck "Automatically paste to from most app" 9. Nothing is pasted, so I'm assuming there is no other script running which my account for the duplication You can see the steps to reproduce the issue here https://www.dropbox.com/s/3y3sexj02jir16r/Duplicate%20pasting.pdf?dl=0 Thanks so much for your help! Most appreciatively, -- Chad
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