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When you generate an xml result in your workflow you can set an 'autocomplete' to guide the user to another location 'within' the workflow.

 

but often it would be nice to guid you to - for instance - the calculator with you (arg)ument.

 

A workaround I've found so far is reopening alfred an pasting the desired text via another script e.g. applescript. But this created a flashing effect, plus it seems like a very logical feature.

 

*If this is already possible somehow : Please let me know!

 

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When you generate an xml result in your workflow you can set an 'autocomplete' to guide the user to another location 'within' the workflow.

 

but often it would be nice to guid you to - for instance - the calculator with you (arg)ument.

 

A workaround I've found so far is reopening alfred an pasting the desired text via another script e.g. applescript. But this created a flashing effect, plus it seems like a very logical feature.

 

*If this is already possible somehow : Please let me know!

 

Have you taken a look at the post I created in the Help area for reusing Script Filters? I provided explanations and examples for the most popular methods. Link

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Have you taken a look at the post I created in the Help area for reusing Script Filters? I provided explanations and examples for the most popular methods. Link

 

I am aware of these workarounds, but I'd still like it if this where native to the Alfred structure. Which is the reason I posted it so the Alfred v2 Feature Suggestions

 

edit: But the other topic ( to which you refered and i hadn't found before ) comforts me that it is at least something that's being taken into consideration for future releases. That's all I intended.

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