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  1. Version: Alfred 4.1 [1167] I would like to be able to toggle file visibility from Alfred's file explorer, or from the "File Search" tab in Alfred-Preferences. As far as I can tell, Alfred cannot see invisible files at all*. Is this a safety precaution or a feature I somehow missed? Even in Finder, it's just a matter of pressing "shift+cmd+."... * Edit: While Alfred can see files marked hidden by `chflags hidden {filename}`, it can't see filenames prefixed with a "." (as in `~/.bashrc`) -- at least, not in any straightforward way that I'm aware of.
  2. Version: Alfred 4.1 (Build 1167) I often wish I could write myself a note and place it wherever I want inside a workflow. This could be as simple as a plain, colorless text box, or something more configureable. The issue with what we have currently (the "Edit Note..." action) is that the text is fixed beneath whatever object houses it. As a result, the user is forced to write a note about a specific object, not the workflow at large.
  3. My idea is to get more from File buffer ability. It is superb right now, but I think it could be even better with drag and drop. What I mean is to select files into buffer and then would be possible to drag those anywhere we want to drop. Similar to DragonDrop app.
  4. It would be great if you could improve text navigation in the input text box. So far left/right arrows move by single character and command + arrow moves to the beginning/end of the text. I'd like to have option + arrow to jump between words as well. Furthermore it would be great if you can configure word boundaries - e.g. whitespaces, delimitters, camel humps etc. Thank you!
  5. I know people have requested image support in the clipboard history feature in Alfred. That would be great, but I would really like to see support for maintaining text formatting (rich text) in the snippets and clipboard history. As of now all text is converted into plain text in the history and snippets. It would great if formatting were not lost.
  6. Hey there, I request the feature to have Alfred trigger on clipboard update, so that I can parse and update my clipboard contents according to my needs. Use Case: I copy a facebook link like this: https://www.facebook.com/TheBestCatPage/photos/a.994717007212298.1073741828.994713583879307/1593316110685715/?type=3&theater My workflow automatically strips the ?/type=3&theater from the link and update the clipboard contents. Use Case 2: I copy a link that exceeds a certain character limit. My workflow grabs the clipboard content, runs them th
  7. It would be great if we could specify a tag / CSS path to display results within Alfred itself. IE. "so node open file" https://stackoverflow.com/search?q=node+open+file would return (below, similar to spotlight) the results from the stack overflow query... at least the first 5 or 6 or something. So a search result would be: ".js-search-result h3 a" And the link would be: ".js-search-result h3 a" (it would take the href) Clearly that wouldn't work on all sights, but it would be easy enough to return actual results to Alfred and
  8. Hi guys, I'm transitioning from LaunchBar and one thing it does, in my opinion, way better is the trigger for file and folder actions. While it might be good for some users to have a separate shortcut I would find it very intuitive to just press and hold the common Alfred Shortcut (whatever it is) to trigger the action menu. So I wouldn't have to remember a second shortcut. AND: LaunchBar also allows you to trigger actions for the currently active folder. So you are working in Finder, have a folder open and for example want to create a textfile or add it to the buffer e
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