- RT @PalantirTech: CNBC puts us in their 'Disruptor 50', kudos for radically changing how enterprises relate to their data http://t.co/Avviy… — 3 days 5 hours ago
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- @MrBeebs85 I think you have the wrong Adam Horner. — 1 month 1 week ago
- BBC Horizon TV programme on big data right now … disappointed at the way it hasn’t even touched on privacy, data protection or human rights. — 1 month 2 weeks ago
- Stash rocks! (http://t.co/yyE0IQAvss), it is saving me pain. — 1 month 2 weeks ago
- Great Guardian UK Article: http://t.co/vT0PTxciLM - TL;DR "We are the 8%, come and join us" - @PalantirTech answer: http://t.co/gTyfVYlzM5 — 2 months 2 weeks ago
- Open vs Good - Gruber's awesome assassination of Tim Wu's fundamentally flawed 'analysis' of technology markets: http://t.co/ZGbGqlQe3T — 2 months 2 weeks ago
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Applescripts and Alfred
I like my Applescripts and I like Alfred. Being able to run one from the other is great.
What I was quite particular about though was that unless your scripts were somewhere in your home folder (technically as long as they weren’t inside a “System” folder) then they would be found. However if like me you put your Applescripts where Apple tell you they should be, in
~/Library/Scripts then by default Alfred won’t find them. The other reason for putting scripts there is that a bunch of other applications expect them to be there too.
Alfred’s PowerPack rescued me by making plugins available, so I was able to build a plugin that let’s you run your scripts from the proper folder. It is also really easy to install - download the extension that I built, double click it to install it, then when you next launch Alfred you can use the keyword of
script and all your scripts will be found.
Here is a screenshot to show the plugin in action: