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  1. New to creating workflows from scratch, have only really tweaked existing workflows. I need to set up a timer that loops indefinitely once set, with the ability to stop it at any time. What's the best way to do this? All help appreciated. Thanks!
  2. While typing into Alfred (using quick file search mode initiated by typing space), Alfred suddenly stopped responding to my input. I continued to type, and Alfred continued unresponsive. Closed Alfred, reopened. Alfred didn't remember my last query (the one that froze); a few seconds later, an update dialog from Alfred appears. Alfred functions normally following incident (without installing update). The update was for v2.0.8 (212). Log from Console.app Alfred 2.0.8 (211) on OS X 10.8.5 (12F37). Replicated: No
  3. Hi, It would be a great feature to be able to mark a workflow to be ran at starting, stopping Alfred. That way, we can write workflows to close out something started in a workflow. For instance, if I shutdown before logging my time off, it leaves my Alfred Time Keeper workflow mess up the data files. The best solution would be to auto log timing off up on shutdown. Richard
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