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[SOLVED] External Drive Navigation

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Hello,

 

I often navigate to external drives within alfred a couple of ways

 

1. Launch Alfred. Type /Volumes/ and then navigate to the drive I am looking for.

2. I also have a few hot keys that navigate to volumes i use repeatedly: Action: Show Alfred, Argument: Text, Text: /Volumes/Name of Drive/, --------> Browse in Alfred

 

 

This works for me, but also wondering if there is a more efficient way to handle this.

 

Thanks,
Michael

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7 minutes ago, sepulchra said:

Is that different than what I am describing in scenario #2 above?

 

I don’t fully understand your description of scenario 2. But this is the most efficient you’ll get. You can press a hotkey and be immediately browsing /Volumes (or whatever).

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1 hour ago, vitor said:

 

I don’t fully understand your description of scenario 2. But this is the most efficient you’ll get. You can press a hotkey and be immediately browsing /Volumes (or whatever).

 

this is how i have it setup. is there a simpler way?

 

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9 minutes ago, sepulchra said:

this is how i have it setup. is there a simpler way?

 

Define “simpler”. You setup is literally two nodes, and you perform what you want with a single hotkey. How much simpler do you want it to be? What do you feel is at all complex in that setup?

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