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I guess I should first ask, is there an alfred workflow to smoothly interact with emacs in terminal (not the emacs gui/application)? 

 

And now, please excuse my lack of general knowledge:

 

I currently have a very simple workflow set up that browses alfred and runs the terminal command "emacs {query}" on enter. I was wondering how hard it would be to make a workflow that checks if terminal is already open with emacs running, and if so, actually open the query as a buffer in emacs.

 

Another question, kind of related to this (so that i could do "emacs .emacs" and such): I understand Alfred doesn't show hidden files since spotlight doesn't index them, but is there a way to make a specific hidden file findable with spotlight/alfred? (I've heard there's a way to hide files from them by adding stuff to their comments, was basically wondering if the opposite is possible too.) 

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