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@vorax Welcome to the forum. :)

 

Which build of Mojave are you using? And which version of Alfred? Lock should work as expected, so take a look at Console.app to see if you get any particular error messages when trying to use the keyword. :)

 

More information about permissions needed in Mojave:

https://www.alfredapp.com/help/getting-started/macos-mojave/

 

Cheers,
Vero

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@vorax As per my reply, take a look at Console.app to see if you get any particular error messages when trying to use the keyword. Are there any? If so, please paste them here so that we can help you further...

 

Cheers,
Vero

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@vorax From Alfred's bowler hat menu, choose "Request macOS Permissions" and ensure that Alfred gains Automation access. This will then allow AppleScript actions, such as telling macOS to lock your Mac, to happen :)

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In Mac 10.14 and Alfred 3.7, lock is not working after restart. How can I resolve it?  I can not find option 'Request macOS Permissions'

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@ZhengYiyi it's to the top right on the screen, sitting next to the clock! it seems it's a new security permission you need to grant Alfred after you updated to Mojave

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