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Here is a new workflow: 




You type "oa:install" to install a helper script into your /usr/local/bin directory. Make sure that directory exists, is writable by you, and in your path. 


Then you can use these commands:


oa:terminal       open the topmost terminal window in Alfred

oa:iterm            open the topmost iterm window in Alfred


Let me know if this works for you.



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Tested it... It is working like a charm!


Isn't it easier to use the terminal or iterm to browse files/subdirectories?

Trying to understand the use case  :)

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It was requested by someone in the Help forum. I was interested in how to do it, so I wrote it. But, if you have file/folder actions in Alfred that you want to use, it is an easy way to open that directory in Alfred to use Alfred's folder/file actions on the files or folders.

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