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  1. I know I can export my snippets into a `.alfredsnippets` file. Is it possible to export into another format, or convert that format into something like a `.csv` file? I don't intend moving to another service but I don't like being locked into a specific format after putting so much effort into my collections. Also, it would be great to be able to work on my snippets in my text edit where I can modify, add to, and maintain my collection as a `.csv`, or something similar. I imagine this is a little controversial because there are so many competing products. At the same time, I'd feel even better about using Alfred if I felt that I wasn't risking losing everything if I am ever forced to use something different (for example, if I have to replace my personal machine, I'd probably switch to Linux).
  2. Hi there, I'm wondering if there is, or should be some sort of progress bar for exporting a workflow? I have one with quite a large codebase and having a few issues exporting it. When I hit export the dialog disappears, but nothing appears in the specified directory. I thought it was completely broken, but then I looked in the directory maybe 10 minutes later and there was the file there, and at about 100mb. Strangely, when I quite Alfred Preferences the file was removed. I noticed that the Alfred Preferences process was using a lot of CPU so I assumed that it was still going, just taking a while to zip everything up. The problem is, now I don't know how long I should leave it for before utilising the alfredworkflow file, because there's no signal to tell me it's complete. I wasn't sure if this is a bug, a suggestion, or a known issue so though I would just get some feedback to see if anyone else had had this problem. Cheers,
  3. Is there a way to export my custom web searches? I’ve set up a ton of them and need to wipe out the HDD.
  4. Hi, I want to build a workflow where I can export a specific note from the Mac App Notes to Evernote. For example: "nxp Important Class Notes 2" and it would export this note from Notes and import it to Evernote. I wasn't able to find anything like it here in the Forum. Though I found a AppleScript in another forum but, it seems that it doesn't work for Sierra. And I couldn't find the option to ask questions there. http://macscripter.net/viewtopic.php?id=45602 I should add that this is my first not basic workflow and I didn't script a thing in my life yet, but I'm hyped to try it! Though I'm clueless how to start... Do you got any suggestions? Thank you very much! Best regards André
  5. Affected Alfred version: Every version of Alfred 3 Alfred 3 refuses to export workflows that are symlinked to its workflow directory with a "working directory doesn't exist" error.
  6. I found out last night that my MBA HDD has been recalled so I'm going to have to get it replaced. While I have TimeMachine Backups I wanted to use this opportunity to have a fresh start with things such as my Ruby installation and basically have a good clean up of my machine, so I don't really want to restore a backup to the new HDD. Does anyone know of a way to export all my Alfred settings and my workflows, then import them onto the new HDD in a single process? I'm aware that I can sync the settings to a folder in Dropbox (or a similar service) and sync them onto another machine, which I would assume would sort the settings out on the new HDD. However it appears the only way to export workflows in individually then re-import them all on the new HDD. Is there a way to do it in bulk? I have quite a lot... Any help would be grand, and if it's not possible a new feature in Alfred for this could be worth the implementation? It would also work as a way of syncing everything in your Alfred setup between machines, all I think needs to happen is the existing settings sync to be extended to include workflows...
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