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  1. A quick little workflow for showing and hiding file extensions. The workflow works as a file action (one action for showing and one for hiding extensions) and as a keyboard shortcut (for toggling the visibility of the file extensions of the items selected in OS X). Download: Show/Hide File Extensions
  2. For me it would be great to run a special File Action for "*.sublime-project" files just by pressing enter, without explicitly selecting a File Action using right-arrow or a workflow prefix. Description: 1. find a ".sublime-project" file using the normal fuzzy File Search 2. hit enter 3. run my custom sublime File Action / workflow Alfred can already move your custom File Actions to the top with "Sort action by last used per file type". An extra checkbox for implicitly executing the top-most action just by pressing enter is maybe enough to enable this feature. This is helpful when u
  3. I'm trying to make a workflow which when invoked by a hotkey will hide the extensions of the files currently selected in OS X but I'm not too sure how Alfred's "Selection in OS X" hotkey action panel works and there seems to be dearth of documentation about it. What exactly does this action panel pass to a script (e.g.: a string)? What is the normal way of receiving this input in a script (e.g.: with "{query}" or with something else)? Does this behaviour vary between different types of scripts (i.e.: bash, AppleScript etc.)? I set up a simple workflow and found that return "{query}" posted
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