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This is a simple workflow for quick full text search inside current pathfinder folder. It can: filter files in your current pathfinder folder full text search in your folder THERE IS NO FINDER SUPPORT - I don't use it and Im too lazy to add it - if you want you can add it yourself github download dependency - http://geoff.greer.fm/ag/speed/ Search Options: -a --all-types Search all files (doesn't include hidden files or patterns from ignore files) -D --debug Ridiculous debugging (probably not useful) --depth NUM
Hi! I've been using PathFinder for a while, but just decided to stop using it in favor of the standard Finder + xtraFinder. PathFinder set's itself a the default Finder app so that other apps can reveal files in PathFinder, among other things. I disabled this feature before removing PathFinder, but now Alfred can't reveal in Finder while all other apps do just fine. If I return the PathFinder app to it's place, then Alfred _can_ reveal, but in PathFinder, while all other apps still reveal in Finder. Only if I turn the "set a default finder" feature back on everybody reveals in PathFinder.
So I'm trying to build a workflow where you would initially set whether you wanted to use the absolute path or relative path. It would then recognize the file you are currently in based off of where you're cursor is (shouldn't matter what IDE you're in), also recognize the project directory that is open. You would then be able to fuzzy search (or just regular search) the current project directory for a file you want to include in your current file (ie: a CSS file or something). When you hit enter, it would then either paste in the relative path or absolute path depending on what you
I'm using Path Finder and have it set as my default file browser. When I use Alfred's "Open file..." function to access a file folder, that folder is revealed in the Apple Finder. (This shouldn't be happening since I have Path Finder set as my default file browser). However, when I use Alfred's "Reveal file in Finder..." function to access that same folder, the folder is revealed in Path Finder. (This is what should be happening since I have Path Finder set as my default file browser.) I'm using Alfred v2.0.2 (178) and can replicate this issue. I have a new MacBook, 2.5 GHz Intel Core i5, 4 G