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Hey, My workflow seems to be quite strange. What I can not understand at all. 😉 At least I've been looking for a solution for days. My customer sends me a file (.jpeg) that I have to edit and put online on a certain day. So I copy the file into the customer folder and create a task for this day in my Task Manager (NotePlan). So that I don't have to search for the file again later, I want to link it in the task. That's why I create an MD link. So far everything is good. But when I click on the MD link, the file is opened in Preview. Because Preview is the default app for opening JPEG's. So as a preview the behaviour is quite nice, but in that case I have to edit the file in Photoshop. And I don't want to change the default application for opening JPEG's. And that is the problem. I can't open the file in Photoshop with the MD link. I would have to go back into the client folder and find the file. Furthermore, I've created a macOS Quick Action (Service) in Automator which also works when I select the file itself. But not the link to the file. What I want is a bit like opening an alias or symlink in Photoshop. Is there any way to achieve this with Alfred (with Powerpack)? Mario
Hey, I wanted to create a workflow that would allow me to see all of my project files in a single directory. Similar to how CMD+CTRL+P works in Sublime Text 2. I also wanted to be able to search through those items. So I borrowed the core of the "Google Auto Complete" workflow from David Ferguson (A Few Alfred 2 Workflows to Get You Started), and repurposed it for my needs. I'm not great at PHP, so I'm betting that there might be a better way. I also like the idea of bucketing apps into workflows, so I also included the work done by phillistein (http://www.alfredforum.com/index.php?/topic/39-open-in-sublime-and-search-sublime-projects/). There's one variable you'll have to modify for your system. That's the dir that it uses to display all .sublime-project files. Inside, you'll see a "proj" script filter. Open that and change the $dir variable to a local path on your system. v1.0: http://d.pr/f/qvZM *NOTE: I'd like to add the ability to recursively search through the filesystem, so you could just start at your home directory.