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  1. Hi, new alfred user, non-programmer here innocently raising the white flag. Alfred: Ver 4 Workflow: Reduce file size with query (cd desktop || sips -s formatOptions {query} *.jpg) Status: Works perfectly but using the 'terminal command' Goal: Run the same script but using the action 'run script' (so I can get the same result without opening the terminal app.) I can't find the solution anywhere on the web (maybe it's that obvious, nobody felt the need to explain haha). I have pasted the exact command in the 'run script' action but it returns nothing for me. Could someone please point out where I'm going wrong, please? If I can do this one script then I will be able apply the same principles to all my other terminal workflows. Thanks. (screenshots attached for reference (2 similar scripts with one that takes an argument))
  2. I'm trying to work out how to complete a second step in a new workflow that will streamline a workflow I use several times a day. I create Markdown notes throughout my day. I have a pretty basic workflow that runs a terminal command that, in turn, creates a file and opens it in my text editor. I then invoke a snippet that populates the note with predefined text, and multiple clipboard items that I save before I invoke the workflow. In other words: Save multiple bits of information to my Alfred clipboard in a predetermined sequence Run a terminal command through a simple workflow that creates the Markdown file, and opens it in my text editor When the file opens in my editor, I manually run a snippet that populates the file, including the clipboard items using {clipboard:0}, {clipboard:1}, etc syntax. The terminal command looks something like this: touch ~/path/to/directory/$(date +%Y-%m-%d)_Feedback_{query}_Interactions.md & open ~/path/to/directory/$(date +%Y-%m-%d)_Feedback_{query}_Interactions.md -a Atom The {query} is something I add when I trigger the workflow. The snippet contains predefined text with placeholders for my clipboard items. I'd like to combine all of that from into a single workflow. What I can't work out is how to include the 3rd step in the workflow so I can run it all as a single step. I don't suppose anyone has any suggestions?
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