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  1. That’s my first ‘real’ workflow made to ease my everyday job workflow. Hope you will benefit from it too. What that file action does is to simply copy the name of selected folder(s) or file(s). Of course workflow works not only in Alfred File Viewer but everywhere you can select files using for example the Hotkey. → DOWNLOAD Changelog: 1.6: and again I have rewrote my workflow – now in Python it does finally support copying multiple file/folder names! 1.5: completely rewritten version now uses only bash script (4 lines of code) so it'
  2. - macOS Catalina 10.15.3 (19D76) - Alfred 4.0.8 [1135] - iTerm2 Build 3.1.5 It has been a while that "Open Terminal Here" stops working. If I remember right it was after I upgrade to Catalina. The file action "Open Terminal Here" now just opens a terminal tab (as default), not cd to the folder specified.
  3. Saves the selected text to a file. The new text adds to the old one. Download You find an interesting quote that you would like to keep. Usually you copy the text, run the reader and paste the text. And with Alfred you can select the text and press the hockey. All. How it's done: 1. Create a Hotkey trigger. 2. As an option, select Selection in macOS. 3. Create Outputs → Write text File. 4. Connect them. 5. Prescribe the path to the text file, in which you will save everything. 6. Choose Append on the right, so that the new text does not erase the old one, but was
  4. In Finder, if a file name is longer than the column containing it, it is truncated with a '…' in the middle, so you can see the file extension and other important data found at the end of the name. Alfred puts the ellipsis at the end of the column, so I can't tell whether I'm looking at com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred or com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-2 Just a suggestion
  5. How can I use Alfred to find a file on an external drive? Alfred doesn't seem to want to show ANY files on my external drives, even though they are indexed by Spotlight. It doesn't even want to show the drive itself. The drive's name is "Data" and I tried "find Data" with no luck.
  6. Here is what I am trying to create: 1. Keyword trigger to filter files located on my Desktop. For example a newly saved Word document. 2. Once found, select. 3. Open a list with predefined contacts (email variables) and choose a contact to email to. 4. Set the subject line to file name. 5. Open mail app and attach the file and auto insert subject line. I can make this happen with Keyboard Maestro. I wonder if this can be done with Alfred without complicated Javascript, which I know nothing about.
  7. Dear Alfred users, Here is a file content analysis workflow I created. I hope you find it useful. Github: https://github.com/vookimedlo/alfred-file alfred-file Alfred 3 workflow for analyzing a file content. Installation Install alfred-file workflow. All further updates are handled automatically. Usage Select a file or multiple files in finder and invoke the alfred file actions, by default the ⌃⌘\ shortcut. Then, the brief content analysis for each file will be shown.
  8. When searching in Alfred, I would love to be able to open the location of files/directories in the Finder from the search results I'd also like to be able to right click on them and get a context menu as you would the finder or on the desktop. I did a search on this forum and came across something where users can press the right arrow to get the path, but this would be a bit of a pain to manually open the finder, Go > Go to Folder, paste in the path. I imagine it would not be hard to get a script to make this happen although it'd be a bit hacky. I'd like to see these
  9. When I try to move a file by means of the standard OPTION-COMMAND \ and selecting a folder the operation fails with: "Osascript: Can't Open Default Scripting Component" This behaviour seems to be related with my upgrade to High Sierra, but I am not sure. I have not installed or changed any scripts recently How can I resolve this ? Jaap
  10. you can download it here. you need to do some change to make it work. Change the location to your own Calibre library location please.
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