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  1. Hi I would like to copy the folder path with shift action modifier. here's the apple script that i'm working with. any help would be appreciated. try tell application "Finder" to set the clipboard to POSIX path of (target of window 1 as alias) on error beep end try
  2. I was playing around with folder navigation options tonight. I was using the defaults for Alfred 3, so I enabled Use <- and -> for folder navigation under Features > File Search. I tried it out and decided I didn't like it so I unchecked the option to revert Alfred 3 to the default behavior for <- and -> when navigating folders. After unchecking the option, the behavior didn't revert to the default of showing me the action panel when I pressed -> on a folder. It did stop the -> from navigating into the folder, but the -> had no other effect. I did a quit and restart of Alfred 3 and the problem persisted. Entirely possible this is PEBKAC as I'm fairly new to Alfred, coming to it from many years as a LaunchBar user. But this seems like it might be a bug in that option deselect call back.
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