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  1. It's a bit late, so I might just be doing something dumb... But anyways, I have this code in my Script Filter: #!/usr/bin/env bash export PATH="$PATH:$node_path:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin" node $node_flags javascript-file.js comments "{var:task}" And I'm getting this error: Code 1: undefined:1 {var:task} ^ SyntaxError: Unexpected token t in JSON at position 1 I have an Alfred Variable Object assigning the `task` variable to a value, but I'm not sure how to use it. Could I get some help? Thanks!!
  2. This workflow starts with a keyword input and save the query as a variable named "amount". I want to use this variable inside a NSAppleScript later in the same process. I've tried set theAmount to (system attribute "amount") But it doesn't get this variable.
  3. because global variable not work in terminal command so I will transfer shell from script to command, but echo not work ``` echo "/Users/qhe/Documents/Shell/test_vpn.sh {var:code} {query} $MAC_PASSWORD $USERNAME $PASSWORD" ``` What's wrong. variable and global variable not work
  4. Hey all, new to Alfred, but I like it very much so far. here's the thing. i am building a workflow, which is supposed to paste a snippet in a file, where I typed the shortcode. I use a workflow because I want to add some variables, which should be pasted on several places in the snippet. One of the things I would like, is to paste the current filename in the snippet. Is that possible? Can anybody tell me how to do that, or point me to a topic where this was explained earlier? Many thanks in advance greets, Peter
  5. Hello! First post to this forum! I just created my first workflow, which I'd like to share with my team. Problem is, my workflow includes a script which references a private API key, which I would rather not share with the team. Is there any way I can share the workflow, without exposing the script's API key? For instance, by replacing the API key in the script with a reference to an environment variable instead? Appreciate the assistance. Many thanks! Steve
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