sylumer Posted October 16, 2022 Share Posted October 16, 2022 Say if you’re the author or submitting someone else’s workflow. I am the author of the workflow. Share a link to its thread on the Alfred Forum. Not aware of any thread. Share a link to its main page (e.g. GitHub). https://www.thoughtasylum.com/2021/05/21/alfred-workflow-search-link/ If it has dependencies, say what those are unless they are explicit in the About or README. This workflow is for working with the command line utility, SearchLink, so that app is a dependency. Provide screenshots, unless valid ones are in the About or README. How to use it From the readme: Slink is a helper workflow for Brett Terpstra's Search Link services, a small toolset to help you quickly generate Markdown links. You can download Search Link from its project page on Brett's web site. https://brettterpstra.com/projects/searchlink/ This helper workflow has two flows that can be triggered: SEARCH (sl) ----------- "sl" followed by your Search Link string will trigger the Search Link service against your search string, and copy the resulting Markdown link to the clipboard. Holding down the CMD key while executing this search will copy the resulting URL to the clipboard. Holding down the CTRL key while executing this search will open the resulting link in your default web browser. CONFIGURE SEARCH LINK (slc) --------------------------- "slc" will open the Search Link configuration file in the editor of your choice, as specified by the editorpath variable. CHANGE LOG ---------- 1.0.1 : Fixed subtitle wording on sl invocation. 1.0.0 : Initial release. Grug and pontus 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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