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  1. Note: This post is out of date as of Alfred 3.6 (which introduced AppleScript functions to set and remove variables). There is an updated version on my own site: Workflow/environment variables in Alfred. This post will not be updated due to the difficulty of editing complex posts using the forum software. Sorry. This is a brief look at how to get, set and save variables in code (i.e. in Script Filters, Run Script Actions, etc.). In Alfred 2, you had one single variable to work with: the {query} macro. Alfred 3 adds the ability to specify as many variables
  2. Hello! First post to this forum! I just created my first workflow, which I'd like to share with my team. Problem is, my workflow includes a script which references a private API key, which I would rather not share with the team. Is there any way I can share the workflow, without exposing the script's API key? For instance, by replacing the API key in the script with a reference to an environment variable instead? Appreciate the assistance. Many thanks! Steve
  3. Hey everyone, here's one I can absolutely not figure out for myself: if have this very simple bash script called launcher.sh #!/bin/bash node="/usr/local/bin/node" ${node} test.js 127.0.0.1:8374 &> node-out.txt & and a quite simple node script called test.js require('easyimage').thumbnail({ src:"a.jpg", dst:"b.jpg", width:60, height:60 }).then( function(image) { console.log('success'); }, function (err) { console.log(err); }); If i call from the terminal node test.js or ./launcher.sh, then everything is fine (I get image a.jpg to be cropped and written to b.jpg)
  4. Hi, I was always thinking how to cut short my work progress. It will be cool if that's a way to auto compile local environment data then upload to a specific live site using Alfred. I'm weak at scripts, etc, hence it would be cool if anyone can help point out to me into some direction. Currently, I'm just thinking maybe, make Alfred do this workflow. 1) Export MYSQL database from MAMP (local) 2) Save the SQL file to a folder 3) Copy the whole wordpress folder. Access a particular FTP (through Forklift or some other FTP programs) 4) Paste the wordpress folder to the directory
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