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Custom Terminal AppleScripts to Integrate iTerm and Alfred iTerm version 3 beta: The iTerm 3 beta version is the same version we have had for quite some time, which is also known as 2.9. Therefore the v2.9 branch of the script will work just fine with the v3 (aka 2.9) beta and v3 when it is released (any major changes to iTerm's applescript not withstanding). In a blog post released recently (19th August 2015) Vero (Alfred's Mum ) has announced that as of the next version of Alfred, these custom terminal scripts will be the available mechanism for integrating Alfred and iTerm: "With the upcoming release of Alfred 2.7.2, the default iTerm integration has been replaced by the "Custom" scripts option. This allows for a more up-to-date and more flexible way to handle the iTerm integration, using scripts created by one of our fantastic users, Stuart Ryan." I would like to thank Vítor for helping to clean up the applescripts and submitting some great pull requests . There are two versions of the script available: iTerm 2 Branch (tested up to 2.1.1) - view the v2.1 script on Github - updated December 14, 2015 iTerm 2.9 Branch (tested up to 2.9.20150626) - view the v2.9 script on Github - Updated December 14, 2015 Each of these can be inserted into Alfred by following these steps: Load the Alfred control panel Click the Features Button/Tab Click on the "Terminal/Shell" menu on the left hand side Select "Custom" under application, and replace the text in the new box that appears with the code as per the version of iTerm you are running. Alternatively, check out the official YouTube video on how to set them up: iTerm 2.1 Branch Custom Terminal Script Features: The 2.1 branch script is very basic and just corrects the opening of iTerm and creating a new session properly. Change Log: V0.4 Release - Vítor's submitted pull request for simplifying the check for if iTerm is already running. - December 14, 2015 (apologies for the delay in merging) V0.3 Release - Added version number and Vítor has done some great work standardising the scripts. No functionality changes in this release - August 14, 2015 Remove Trailing Whitespace (Vítor Galvão) - August 10, 2015 Initial Release - July 31, 2015 iTerm 2.9 Branch Custom Terminal Script Features: The 2.9 Branch goes a bit further to utilise some of the new features of iTerm 2.9 (which is in beta at the moment and can be downloaded if you are feeling adventurous from the iTerm download page). The script has been designed to achieve the following: Open the correct iTerm binary under /Applications/iTerm.app regardless of if another iterm/iTerm binary exists on the system Always create a new tab/session, unless iTerm is not running, in which case use the default session. If the user has selected to not create a default session on iTerm startup, detect and create a default session. Change Log V0.6 Release - Vítor's submitted pull request for simplifying the check for if iTerm is already running. - December 14, 2015 (apologies for the delay in merging) V0.5 Release - Added version number and Vítor has done some great work standardising the scripts. No functionality changes in this release - August 14, 2015 Removed bug introduced in last update (quotes around parameter) - August 12, 2015 Fix Whitespace (Vítor Galvão) + Fixed Search for iTerm/iTerm 2 Running (Stuart Ryan) - August 10, 2015 Updated to Fix Multiple iTerm Binaries - August 6, 2015 Initial Release - July 31, 2015 Donations If you love the scripts, and get use out of them every day, if you would like to donate as a thank you to buy me more caffeine giving Diet Coke, some Cake, or to put towards a shiny new gadget you can donate to me via Paypal. Future Updates: As new versions come out of the 2.9 branch I will keep the scripts up to date, if anyone finds issues with the 2.1 branch please let me know and I will test things out. If there are any changes to the scripts, I will post an update in this thread to let everyone know. If you would like to look at/contribute to the official repository please check it out on Github --> https://github.com/stuartcryan/custom-iterm-applescripts-for-alfred. As always, I welcome ideas/thoughts/feedback etc. Cheers, Stuart