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  1. Sublime Text Projects Filter and open your Sublime Text (2 and 3) project files. It can be tricky getting .sublime-project files to work with File Filters, as Sublime Text doesn't register the extension as a proper filetype. This workflow solves that problem. It can easily be duplicated and adapted to other filetypes with the same problem. Note: The new version (2014-06-16) also finds files in hidden directories (with a little configuration). Installation Download the workflow from GitHub or Packal. Usage .st [<query>] — List/filter your .sublime-project files ↩ — Open result in Sublime Text ⌘+↩ — Reveal file in Finder .stconfig — Show the current settings .sthelp — View the included help file Note: You can currently only alter the settings by editing the settings.json file by hand. Hit ↩ on the Edit Configuration item to open it in your default JSON editor. Licensing, thanks All the code is released under the MIT Licence. The icons are by dmatarazzo. Changelog 2014-06-16 Add ability to search in hidden directories and other directories excluded from Spotlight's index Add ability to filter out certain results (via globbing patterns) Add ability to get your hands dirty editing the JSON config file
  2. Hello I was wondering if it it possible to make some short commands using Alfred in order to apply Project tags in MailTags 3. When I am going though my emails I would like to tag them with MailTags 3's Project tags using keyboard shortcuts. Clicking on each e-mail, going though the drop down menu and selecting the correct tag is truly time consuming. If I could tag the mails with the appropriate project tag using keyboard short cuts which I could assign in Alfred, this would be awesome. Any idea how I would do this? I do not know how to use apple script. But willing to learn
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