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Hide Alfred Utility

This utility object gives you more control when preventing Alfred from hiding in a connection.

Using the Hide Alfred Utility

By default, Alfred will hide his window when you've actioned the result (e.g. pressed to perform the action you needed).

However, in some occasions, you may look for a different behaviour. For example, when chaining input objects, you may set the window behaviour to "Don't close" in the Alternative Actions configuration for a connection.

You may then manually need to tell Alfred to hide when relevant; This is where this handy little utility comes in.

The utility can also be configured to unstack a view that was configured to stack (such as a Text View or Image View), thus taking you to the previous active Alfred window.

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