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Found 6 results

  1. I right now use a Condition if {query} is less than «.», but it somehow seams wrong. Isn’t there some more elegant way to do it? Best,
  2. It seems like one of the biggest bottlenecks day to day is the process of searching through a number of different places to find personal information. Most of us have info collected in a number of different places: - Google Drive - local drive - bookmarks - Evernote - that other app you hardly use any more - etc With Spotlight, a query shows results from a few different places that have been indexed. It doesn't seem that you can add additional places. It doesn't seem that Alfred can do this, either. What is your solution to this
  3. I would like to open the search query with specific Chrome profile, such as: "youtube Helloworld" so Alfred should open this query with my ABC profile in Chrome browser. Any ideas?
  4. I created a FFallback search for the website ARTSTORY with a query; added in features, but I get "Page not found" It works without a query though How can I solve this?
  5. I want make a quick search for phpBB forums websites one of them is www.cracked.to when I search on it, it generate a new SID for each search result so the simple of putting {query} isnt the option, I was wondering if I can pass it through python: I tried this on windows terminal, its working, but I am not sure pass how to pass it on web browser through Alfred. Here is the script: import requests import sys query = sys.argv[1] payload = {'action': 'do_search', 'keywords' : query, 'postthread' :'2', 'matchusername' : '1', 'forums[]': 'all', 'findthreadst':'1', 'numrepl
  6. I want to run a script and post a notification for the output of the scipt. #!/bin/bash a=`python3 /Users/Ninzero/Documents/PythonProgramme/rav/rav.py choose` echo $a it worked well on shell but notification didn't show anything
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