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  1. I hit backspace after I wrote this post the last time and I lost all i wrote... Test #1 (From Term​inal) osascript -l JavaScript -e "console.log(escape('ä'))" Notice that the ä is encoded as %E4. Test #2 Create a keyword trigger with a parameter. Let's call this atest. Create an action with osascript (JS) with the following code console.log(escape("{query}")); Connect the trigger and action. Watch the debug console for output. Notice that the ä is encoded as a%u0308. Problem scenario I'm using this NodeJS workflow as a base https://github.com/giangvo/alfred-workflow-
  2. Hello, I noticed that if I have a file names word1-word2.txt, Alfred will not find it when I type “word1 word2”. If I replace the dash with an underline, it works. How can I convince Alfred to look at dashes like word separators? I have fuzzy matching turned on, but I believe this only have an impact for .app files anyway. Any idea? I unfortunately get a lot of pdf named-like-this, and renaming each one is annoying... Cheers,
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