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Hi,

 

Alfred v2.1.1 (227), OS X 10.9.1

 

Recreate: always

 

Steps:

 

1. Open Alfred Preferences,

2. Features Tab, Terminal / Shell feature

3. Select Application, custom

4. Paste in custom applescript (mine is https://gist.github.com/itsthejb/8900078)

5. Close preferences window

6. Use action - works

 

Expected:

 

Open Alfred preferences, features, terminal / shell, apple script is still set in custom

 

Actual:

 

Reverts to Appliction: Terminal (script doesn't persist)

 

Note:

 

The action seems to work at first, but is eventually lost, especially between boots

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Hi,

 

Alfred v2.1.1 (227), OS X 10.9.1

 

Recreate: always

 

Steps:

 

1. Open Alfred Preferences,

2. Features Tab, Terminal / Shell feature

3. Select Application, custom

4. Paste in custom applescript (mine is https://gist.github.com/itsthejb/8900078)

5. Close preferences window

6. Use action - works

 

Expected:

 

Open Alfred preferences, features, terminal / shell, apple script is still set in custom

 

Actual:

 

Reverts to Appliction: Terminal (script doesn't persist)

 

Note:

 

The action seems to work at first, but is eventually lost, especially between boots

 

If you have Dropbox syncing setup, it's likely a sync error or conflict which is getting in the way of this. Could you try setting the sync folder to ~/Documents for a moment and see if it works. If so, set the sync folder back to a different Dropbox folder to make sure it's a clean sync. Once fully synced, re-setup your other Macs to this folder too.

 

[moving to help sub-forum]

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