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Refresh script filter xml after first echo


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Currently script filters are unable to receive new xml after the first returned block. Would it be possible to allow the xml to be replaced by new xml later on in the script execution? For example, if retrieving data from a webservice the first block could inform the user that data is being received. Then a new xml block would be echo'd containing the results of the webservice request which would overwrite the previous block.


This is assuming that each the results of each line being executed is read by Alfred immediately rather than once the entire script has finished. Which of these is correct?

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