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  1. I’ve posted this as a bug but, in fairness, it’s a feature of Alfred 4 (and not a bug). Namely, some aspects of Alfred 4’s new GUI are too dark to be legible in some use cases - particularly for those who use dark iconography. In the workflows section of Alfred’s Preferences, this problem manifests itself where the icons are displayed in the inner sidebar and in the informational portion at the top of the window. In the screenshots below, note how difficult it is to see the black search / magnifying glass icon? For me, it’s more of a functionality problem than an issue of aesthet
  2. Hello! I previously used some apps that helped hide the visibility of the macOS desktop but wanted to take on creating an Alfred workflow that would do the work for me. All of the existing workflows I found relied on typing out commands to explicitly state if you wanted to show or hide the desktop icons. I think that's silly. Instead, this workflow first looks up whether the desktop is currently hidden, and then uses that data to do the opposite. No typing out explicit commands, just use the same keyboard shortcut to toggle the desktop on and off. Easy peasy. The recomm
  3. Workflow to toggle the {selected file(s)} extension visibility. Bound to a hotkey CONTROL+SHIFT+E, but you can modify it to your preference. USAGE: Select a file or some files in Finder and hit "CONTROL+SHIFT+E." If no file is selected, a dialog pops up, and it disappears in 5 seconds if you do not want to click "OK" REASON: I have a video folder set up in Finder to display my movies with Cover Art and Info of the video. I wanted to display JUST the filename of the video and not the extension, so I came up with this. Full disclosure is in the readme of the workflow. DOWNLO
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