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  1. Hi there, is there some way to configure the keyboard shortcuts? Specifically, I want to change or get ride of the following shortcut: ⌥ ⌘ / Go to last browsed path in the File System Navigation Thanks!
  2. For those who are interested I have created a workflow for running iOS shortcuts from Alfred using a spare iOS (12.0 or above) device (I use a second hand iPhone SE). Here is a short video I have published to Reddit: This workflow requires a Siri Shortcut to get a list of your shortcuts: https://www.icloud.com/shortcuts/f8dcbc7ac14f4d03b1fc3bcebf28b2f5 Once the workflow has been imported you will need to put your Pushcut Webhook Secret key into the "api" variable by typing !pushcutapi in Alfred and then type into Alfred !pushcutupdate and Helper sh
  3. It would be nice to have a few shortcuts for the debugging in the Workflow. Notably to expose the debugging panel as well as to clear the output. As I use VSCode all the time and my memory muscle always wants to use cmd J to toggle hide and show the debug area and cmd K to clear the output screen. I figure a lot of people would do the same thing
  4. It would be nice to be able to run/activate workflows with cmd-R for the selected/active workflow flow. I know it's only a few key stokes to initiate your workflow (activated keys , up arrow). This is just more about muscle memory, if you are working a lot say in VSCode you often are running you code with a cmd+R (or at least that's my keybindings). I personally find activating the workflow normally gets a little frustrating when I am trying to debug something. sorry if this has already been mentioned, I did do a search.
  5. Hi there, IMO adding a turn-on/off shortcut of Alfred Snippet would be extremely convenient... I know that we’re allowed to exclude some apps out of the Alfred Snippet. However, there are always some special cases that I wanna turn off the Alfred Snippet temporarily in the apps where I always prefer Alfred Snippet support.
  6. I have received a new computer from work and want to keep the same configuration for Alfred (preferably without needing to manually copy all the things); is there a way to move _*ALL*_ settings over to the new computer so that my snippets, workflows, custom searches, et cetera are all present and available for use? I was hoping that the sync option would work; but after reading the fine print more (oops), that is not what the feature is designed to help with. is there either an official way or not-official-but-it-may-work-use-at-your/my-own-risk way to duplicate the settings?
  7. I am often opening the same Folders: Screenshots, Google Drive, etc... What's the best way to workflow this?
  8. At some point, Alfred started hijacking my command key, so whatever app I'm using, when I double-tap command, it copies to clipboard. This is extremely undesirable to me, as I use a clipboard tracker and it's constantly being filled with random crap. I don't need this feature, however I have no idea, even after scouring through the app settings, where to disable this feature. Anyone has a clue? Please help
  9. Hi New here. I find that Alfred's shortcuts replace my application shortcuts. I would like it the other way around. i.e. if my appication uses Command-G then Alfred cannot use it. Is there a way to do this? Thank you S_
  10. There is some functionality attached to the `Ctrl + Enter` keys when launching and application, I can see the menu options in the advanced section as shown below. I it possible to disable the `Ctrl + Enter` functionality? That is, disable it, not change the settings. The reason is because I mapped `Ctrl + Ctrl` to the `Enter` key to save my right pinky except it conflicts with Alfred only when launching applications.
  11. I have been looking for a long time for a way to simulate a keypad to be used for InDesign. So here is a script that can do just that. opt + 1 will give you opt + keypad 1 Here’s the download link.
  12. I'd like to create a text triggered short-cut to go to a folder within Alfred, so that if I enter "/MyTrigger" into Alfred, it's the same as typing "/Users/Me/Documents/My Triggered Folder." I don't want to set a hot-key since I'd be navigating within that folder. E.g., I might enter "/MyTrigger/File I Want" or "MyTrigger/Sub Folder." Is this possible?
  13. I've released a new version of Text Snippets changed from Text Shortcut. Now Text Snippets can handle snippets and terminal commands. https://github.com/rtoshiro/alfred-workflows-textshortcut
  14. Context: * When using the File Buffer, alt is the default modifier and pressing alt + backspace removes all items from the buffer. * When the "Compatibility: Use shift+alt as modifier key" toggle is checked, shift + alt is required to interact with the buffer. Current Behavior: When the "Compatibility" toggle is checked... - pressing alt + backspace still removes all items from the buffer, with or without pressing the shift key Expected Behavior: When the "Compatibility" toggle is checked... - pressing alt + backspace should not remove items from the
  15. Are you keyboard junkie like myself? Have a ton of finder windows open or trying to copy and paste from one document to another... or some other unorthodox reason for needing window management? Yeah... me too. I've used several of the window management apps, they are all very cool and have a really cool feature set about them, but still can't justify the price? Yeah... me too. I've converted this Alfred extension from http://projects.jga.me/layouts/#toc3 to a workflow that uses both Hotkeys and Keyword trigger to help manage the top most window on your screen. Take a look at a look at Gr
  16. My Alfred is not showing me command history when I use the up-arrow key. This worked before, but I'm not sure what changed on my Mac to cause the Alfred App behavior to change. Is there somewhere in Settings that allows me to check the shortcut mappings? Alfred version 1.2 (220) Mac version 10.10.2 (Yosemite)
  17. Descriptions: This workflow will let you easily (keyboard shortcuts) close all the tabs to the right or left of the frontmost tab. How to setup and use: First, setup the shortcuts in the workflows preferences - I recommend using shortcuts like Command + Left/Right Arrow Then you'll use the shortcuts in Safari to close all the tabs to the right or left of the frontmost tab. Download Safari CloseTabs 1.0
  18. I think every Alfred power-user is keyboard Geek. We want to navigate through OS X using keyboard shortcuts as much as possible because it is fast as hell comparing with mouse actions. So why don’t make navigating through Alfred Preferences tabs faster by using keyboard shortcuts to switch them? I really like the idea of switching tabs in Mac App Store app using Cmd+1 … Cmd+5.
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