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Brief Instructions: 1. Import it. 2. Set snippet. 3. Use it with keyword to copy URI link to clipboard and paste where you want, or with snippet in your text editor. Support Applications: OmniOutliner,OmniFocus,Evernote(Chinese users: Yinxiang Biji),Mail,Finder, Safari Web Donwload: Web:huhesper/KW-URI-Everywhere Detail instructions: Web:URI Alfred Workflow Everywhere – Knowledge Work Tool
v2.8.1 (425) / El Cap I was just tinkering with a web search URL on the forum, trying to get it to be clickable and/or visible. The problem is that the forum software mangles alfred:// URLs if pasted and strips them from BBCode links. The only way to show them on the forum is in code blocks. And what do you do after copying the URL from the webpage? If you paste the URL in a web browser, it works correctly: However, if you pass the URL to open or paste it into Alfred's query box, the URL isn't unescaped:
During development, have you ever found yourself copying a link from the browser and trimming it to fetch the host to ssh into that box for debugging. This is a simple tool that helps you parse segments of the URI to copy what you need. More details here: http://dkulkarni.github.io/alfred-uri-parser/ Follow me on twitter http://twitter.com/deekulkarni for updates.
Alfred URI Handler GitHub: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred/blob/master/AlfredURIHandler.alfredworkflow Packel: http://www.packal.org/workflow/alfred-uri-handler This workflow has one command "au:install". Once you run it, a URI handler for Alfred will be installed. This is used to trigger external triggers in any workflow. The format is: alfreduri://com.apple.AppleScript.AlfredURIhandler?wf=<workflow Bundle ID>&arg=<arguments>&ext=<external trigger name> The arguments should be URI encoded (ie: no spaces, but %20 instead). If you update the workflow, you have to re-apply the handler. Also, do not delete the workflow or the functionality will be removed. I use it to make action links in FoldingText to trigger actions in Alfred. There is also a "search=<search args>" to open the Alfred prompt with a query. It now works. If you already downloaded and installed the handler, please do it again. Version: 1.1 Date: 9/6/2014