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  1. # fuzzylist Fuzzy, self-updating list filter workflow for Alfred 3 This is a workflow template - it does nothing as is. ## Usage: - create a csv file like you would for an Alfred List Filter, with an optional fourth field containing the path to an icon file for that result. - name the file *list.csv* and add it to the workflow directory On the initial run, the workflow will create a file list.json for output to the fuzzy search. If list.csv is modified, it will update list.json . ## Credits - uses fuzzy.py by @deanishe - https://github.com/deanishe/alfred-fuzzy ## Download workflow at https://github.com/derickfay/fuzzylist/blob/master/Fuzzy List Filter.alfredworkflow
  2. Since it's possible to drag and drop a CSV file to batch import into a List Filter, it would also be useful to export the contents of a List Filter to CSV. I currently maintain spreadsheets of options that I update from time to time and then convert those spreadsheets to CSV to import into List Filters, and getting the data out that I've previously added would be very helpful. If export itself isn't feasible, allowing me to select and then copy rows in the List Filter to the clipboard in a table-compatible format would be sufficient.
  3. Hello, When using a File Filter or List Filter, sometimes we need the original query, not just the filename or list item output. Here's my example: Use File Filter to search in a folder and within PDF documents for a work order number. For example: wo 12345 A list of PDF's that contain that number are shown. Open PDF file in Preview. So far, everything works as expected. Then I would like to take the work order number, in this case 12345, and enter it into Preview's search field. But, I don't have access to the original query. It would be nice if Alfred would save the original query as an internal variable when using File Filter, similar to {query}. How about {original} or something. I have tried using a Keyword first, to grab the original query, but then I have to hit enter to see the results. This breaks backspacing to refine the search. Thanks. nikivi originally brought up the topic and I have a similar post in this thread:
  4. I ended up triggering a generic error that wasn't too helpful when I actioned a List Filter item whose output was an "OpenURL" object with a variable that I'd forgotten to add to the Workflow: Not sure if Alfred could have caught this, but if it had said something like "Variable [variableName] isn't set." or something, that might be more useful? Basically the problem was that {var:domain} hadn't been set in the Workflow. I'm not sure if I got the error because the variable wasn't set or that the arg was invalid when it was passed to the Open URL object.
  5. I activate a List Filter in a Workflow with a Hotkey combo: and when I press option, "Search for '(null)' in Spotlight" is shown as the subtext of the action: Hitting enter opens a Finder window, but of course it can't search for "null". It seems like this behavior should be prevented?
  6. List filter is a feature I discovered recently. I use this type of workflow to create “DAT worflows". DAT stands for "direct access to". I use it as a faster way to access the page of a web application. What does such a workflow do? In Alfred search bar, I type a keyword, then the item list "Title" variable I have set in Alfred, hit enter and boom the webpage I wanted to go to, appears by magic in my default browser. Here are my workflow settings: My question is there a way Alfred shows the item filters "Title" and "Subtitle" variables as it does in a "File filter" action? For example: For now, I have to type the workflow keyword + the "Title" variable of the list item.For example with my Gmail workflow: I would like to have the "Title" and the "Subtitle" variables of any item of the list suggested to me in Alfred's results before I type the "Title" variable. Thank you.
  7. Hi all, Apologies if this has been discussed already... I use list filters a lot, and I would really like a way to add items to a list filter directly via Alfred, ie: if I enter an item that is not in the list, Alfred will add the new item to the list itself. Is there a way to do that? I would be ok with 1) using the same string for title, subtitle, and arg; and 2) going in the filter and correcting the inevitable items being added because of typos or mistakes. Thanks!! Giovanni
  8. For example: an item `hello world`. - `hel wor` would match - but `wor hel` not match but for File Filter, both query would match. Anyone have an idea how to allow List Filter to match arbitrary order?
  9. I am in the process of creating an Alfred 3 workflow that uses a list filter option and the chosen option is passed into the script filter So typing the first keyword umb triggers the list filter, where the user can choose from all, forum, documentation or packages After choosing this option the user presses enter and then types in their search query which passes the query into the script filter which queries an API using a CURL script with BASH to return JSON What I would like to achieve is the following, that a user types in umb forum followed immediately by the search query so umb forum inserting images so this allows users to choose what Here is a quick gif of what I am trying to describe http://cl.ly/061V3L3p2v0w Current Workflow, if anyone is able to download it & provide any help or pointers would be fantastic http://cl.ly/0k0l1f441f2s Cheers, Warren
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