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  1. I probably spent far too much time not knowing what I was doing to produce this workflow but now that it will prettify a single obfuscated .json file, I could use some help with improvements: Support prettifying multiple selected files at a time (I've been able to do this with other languages, but haven't figured out how to work with an array of files in python in a Script Filter) Ignore any non-JSON files that might be passed in (currently if you run this against a TXT file, it'll replace the file contents with {query}! (whoops)) Improve the notifications based on whether a single or multiple files were processed I did take a look at @deanishe's Workflow Library or Python but it seemed like overkill for what I wanted to do. Also, I did find several other workflows that will prettify the clipboard's contents, but I specifically want to just handle files in Finder (for now). I found this technique which looked promising, but I kept getting syntax errors in the Script Filter when I would run it: import json import os # Read JSON data from file and pretty print it with open("{query}", "r") as jsonfile: # Convert JSON file to Python Types obj = json.load(jsonfile) # Pretty print JSON data pretty_json = json.dumps(obj, indent=4) print(pretty_json)
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