Carlos-Sz Posted April 7, 2013 Share Posted April 7, 2013 (edited) Maybe it can’t be labeled as an Alfred bug but it seems an important feature is missing to properly work with Apple scripts. Steps: 1. Download the Test Workflow2. Double click Script Filter (the Language is /usr/bin/osascript)3. Escaping: there is Double Quotes but not a Backslash to check. Backslash also has a special meaning within an Apple script and it needs to be escaped. Test: 1. bring Alfred2. type the workflow keyword zz3. typing a single backslash will freeze the workflow or the default Alfred search will take place If you uncheck Double Quotes in Script Filter Escaping settings the same will happen. This also happens if I use the language /bin/bash and the command osascript to run an Apple script. Edited April 7, 2013 by Carlos-Sz Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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