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  1. The behaviour is quite strange when activating an action with a hotkey that use the selection in macOS and is active when Alfred is in focus... I want to create some actions that work with files when browsing in Alfred using the builtin browser and that are triggered by a hotkey. However, it seems that Alfred doesn't always restore the focused application correctly when the action goes back to Alfred using the "Browse in Alfred" object since the hotkey doesn't always work the second time. Here is a workflow to easily test what I'm describing with different situations that work or not: https://nofile.io/f/AZCX1X9vo6m/HotKey+Issue+In+Alfred.alfredworkflow In short, it always work when I specify to activate Alfred with an applescript or (strangely) when the action trigger a "Run Script" with Applescript / Python / Ruby / PHP / Javascript as language, but not with Bash / Perl / ZSH or by sending the path to browse using the "Arg and Vars" object...
  2. Hi, I have an image that I made in photoshop, that I frequently paste into emails. I want to be able to instantly paste this image with a hot key. I have attempted to program Alfred to accomplish this but I have not yet succeeded. Any advice is greatly appreciated, thanks!
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