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  1. Christmas Wish for Alfred: I wish users had some control over the size of the left panel in Alfred's Preferences (not the sidebar, but the panel next to it). As shown below, I'd like to be able to drag the panel right - at times, when viewing my Workflows - as the current fixed version doesn't allow users to see much of their workflows' names. Personally, I keep a lot of resources to use as examples for building or modifying new workflows, but it's impossible to see their titles or descriptions under the current space allotment (i.e., even if I went to a less ridiculous naming conv
  2. I’ve posted this as a bug but, in fairness, it’s a feature of Alfred 4 (and not a bug). Namely, some aspects of Alfred 4’s new GUI are too dark to be legible in some use cases - particularly for those who use dark iconography. In the workflows section of Alfred’s Preferences, this problem manifests itself where the icons are displayed in the inner sidebar and in the informational portion at the top of the window. In the screenshots below, note how difficult it is to see the black search / magnifying glass icon? For me, it’s more of a functionality problem than an issue of aesthet
  3. This is very minor, but also maybe very easy to adjust? In the Snippets section, can the ‘add’ and ‘remove’ buttons be oriented with the left side of their respective fields? It’s silly, but I click 'add collection’ all the time meaning to click ‘add snippet’ because it’s visually near to the field, and since we read left to right, I think orienting the GUI that way improves the flow. Plus, if they were both oriented to the left it would be less distance to travel between mouse clicks; microseconds in efficiency!
  4. Does anyone know a good way to make a HUD? In my WHW workflow, I created a way to display the results via a quicklook debugging command, but I want to make it much better. I've looked into the automator action "show website pop-up," which basically created a HUD via a webpage, but it's not so elegant because, in order to include it in a workflow, I'd have to create a sort of "firstrun" script that would update the plist for the automator "application" in order to make it work for each person. Basically, I'd like to be able to create something like this: (http://www.grandtotal.biz/CheatShee
  5. I do a lot of support via Twitter and several times a day I'll have to send tweets with more than 140 characters. I've allways been using Twitlonger to tweet more than 140 characters in one tweet, but it's time consuming. My solution ain't pretty, but it works! Dependecies and how to use: - You must be signed in at Twitlonger.com before using this workflow. Write the tweet in Tweetbot's tweet window as normal, but with as many characters you want to use. The next step is to activate this workflow by keyboard shortcut or keyword. The tweet will be posted at Twitlonger.com...
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