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  1. Found Florian's Hard Drive workflow and thought I'd like to make it a bit more to my personal taste. In About This Mac, on the Storage tab we get this: So, I came up with this in Alfred 2: The workflow checks the standard 'disk0s2.' The folders checked are the user folders, so if you keep your Movies/Pictures/Documents/etc elsewhere, you will have to modify the paths in the script. Download Disk Usage
  2. Hello, forum I've been using Alfred for a while now and have grown in love with it. However, I often find myself typing in a path to a file rather than the file name. It's an old habit stemming from using command line. I was wondering if a search by path feature could be included in Alfred. For example, one could type in: "path /localdrive/datadump/xyz", and with each addition of each directory, files in said directory could be listed. Tab could be used for auto fill, just like in command line. The top result would be the directory in the typed path itself, so pressing return would open that directory or file (i.e., pressing return after typing the above would open the "xyz" folder, while the other options will be for files and of folders inside "xyz" folder) You could predefine certain locations too. For instance: "path data "/xyz", would do the same as above, but data would be defined to point to the "datadump" folder. Alternately, one could search from the middle of the path: "path /datadump/xyz" This might not be useful to many people, but would certainly increase workflow for users who're rapidly opening files but can't reindex every week or so. I hope you find this useful. Regards Raptor
  3. Hey guys Ive just upgraded my laptop with a second HDD but i cant get Alfred to search it. Ive looked in the settings and in the forums with no luck. Any ideas?
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