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  1. Hi, It would be nice to have the option to edit the selected item in the clipboard before pasting. Thank you.
  2. Alfred Edit Files This is a simple workflow I use to quickly open files and directories I specify in a simple CSV file. You simply edit the CSV file specifying the argument you want to search for and the path to that file/folder and that's it. Download You can download the workflow from GitHub. And more information can be found in the README of the workflow. I hope you like it. ?
  3. Currently, if you hit the plus symbol to add a new element to a workflow, but then press Cancel, Alfred will nevertheless add the element. When adding new elements in any program, if the user presses Cancel at any time, no new element is (or should be) added. It'd be great if Alfred stuck to this essentially universal behaviour, as when a user chooses Cancel during the creation of something, the expected (and linguistically logical) behaviour is that the new thing will not be created.
  4. In the modal dialog for setting up fallback results, the entries respond to a double click. They will appear editable, but on pressing ↩ to save changes, all edits are discarded. Alfred 2.0.3 (187) on OS X 10.8.3 (12D78). Replicated: yes
  5. Has anyone created a workflow for more robust editing of the hosts file? Of course, typing this into Terminal works just fine: sudo nano /private/etc/hosts But was wondering if anyone has taken it beyond the basics? (Like opening in TextWrangler / TextEdit, etc)
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