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  1. Overview List hidden files in Alfred from Finder current window or from a select folder in Alfred File Browser (File Action). The workflow does not change Finder files visibility. It will only list those hidden files in Alfred itself. If there isn't any Finder window then the workflow will list hidden files from the user home folder. Usage Keyword Open a Finder window and go to the folder you want Show Alfred and type the keyword hidden or use the hotkey You can filter by typing part of the filename Press Return key to open the file in the default text Editor or, if it is a folder, to
  2. get from GitHub https://github.com/jgarza9788/ShowHiddenFiles-Toggle
  3. I guess I should first ask, is there an alfred workflow to smoothly interact with emacs in terminal (not the emacs gui/application)? And now, please excuse my lack of general knowledge: I currently have a very simple workflow set up that browses alfred and runs the terminal command "emacs {query}" on enter. I was wondering how hard it would be to make a workflow that checks if terminal is already open with emacs running, and if so, actually open the query as a buffer in emacs. Another question, kind of related to this (so that i could do "emacs .emacs" and such): I understand Alfr
  4. Hi, check out this workflow. Hope you find this useful. It basically triggers a link that opens the Power-Search interface of the iTunes Store with a keyword of your choice. Download @: https://www.dropbox.com/s/oh0fvmxmjx5bniu/iTunes%20Power-Search.alfredworkflow Credits are in the readme part of the workflow.
  5. Any idea if it's possible to run a Terminal command in the background without needing to open Terminal.app? I'm building a workflow, and it would almost defeat the purpose if Terminal.app has to open.
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