tschoof Posted April 5, 2013 Share Posted April 5, 2013 Hey guys, once I got used to opening URLs with Alfred instead of activating safari and hitting cmd+t, I kinda wished Alfred 2 had this feature. If I want to open a new tab, I can do so by hitting cmd+t or do it via Alfred. But if I want to ‘replace’ the current tab with another address, I can only hit the Safari shortcut for focusing the omnibar and start typing. Wouldn't it be much nicer if I can, whether it's a standard web search or a workflow with suggestions, hit for example shift+return and have the action Alfred executes (if browser related) be happening in the current tab instead of a new one? Like an update feature, this is something I feel should be centralised and not left to every single workflow's discretion. I get that this might interfere with how modifier keys in workflows work, but having it for the default web searches would already be very helpful to me. I hope I got it across okay, thanks for listening! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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