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  1. What you were doing when the issue happenedI was trying to "Add iOS Remote" and an alert popped up in the Alfred settings pane. It says ""Alfred Remote Server needs to be running to add a new iOS Remote. Tick the "Enable Alfred Remote Server" checkbox to start Alfred Remote Server."" I notice that the message said "Tick", I wasn't sure if this was the right word for this action to fix the problem so this is why I am reporting it. Is it supposed to say "Click" instead of "Tick"? Whether you were able to replicate it a second time by performing the same actionYes, click Remote> Un-check the "Enable Alfred Remote Server" checkbox (if Enabled)> Add iOS Remote Include any screenshots that might help us Include the Alfred version & build number you are usingv3.0 [648] Include your OS X version ‚Äč10.11.5 (15F34) Thanks
  2. 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
  3. 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
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