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Hi All!


Just wanted to share a little workflow I've put together with help from James (http://www.alfredforum.com/user/8876-jamespaden/).


It's to allow you to search Dashlane using Alfred.


To use, simply invoke Alfred and type df (Dashlane Find). Press space, then enter a search term (e.g. Gmail). Press return.


Dashlane will open with your search term in the search field. You can then choose the item you want and get the detail you need (e.g. Copy password). 


Get the workflow from here:




Hope this is useful - let me know if you have any problems and I'll see what I can do. You may also be interested to see the original thread for this as we were discussing the idea and how it could work:




Once more, thanks to James for helping with some of the implantation!





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Hi All, 


Just to say I have made a very small update to the script. I have added ".app" to the end of the Dashlane line in the Applescript as otherwise the script tries to open Dashlane installed inside Parallels VMs. 


The download link is the same (above) as I didn't consider it such a massive change to create a whole new file!


Hope it is useful for you all, let me know if you need any updates or new features I've not thought of yet.




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On 1/13/2018 at 9:02 AM, rockkoca said:

This version does not wait Dashlane to be in foreground before it starts search.


I made a little improvement for this workflow. So, it does not start search until the Dashlane is in foreground.





Yes, nice script!


i added a little extra to "auto-copy" the value, if it has found a unique value.

Since i am not an AppleScript expert it might not work in some cases, but for now, i get good results here.


on alfred_script(q)
set appname to "Dashlane"
tell application appname to activate

tell application "System Events"
	repeat until (exists window 1 of process appname)
		delay 0.1
	end repeat
	keystroke "f" using command down
	keystroke q

     delay 0.5
    keystroke "c" using command down

end tell
end alfred_script


Hope this will help you guys a bit too.






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