1 pointThis Workflow allows you to easily create a new file in the Mac OS Finder by typing new into Alfred. You can also setup pre-populated templates for filetypes (instructions on my blog). I have also added a hotkey option. You can specify the hotkey from your Alfred Workflow window (I find CTRL + ALT + N works quite nicely). This is a re-write of the Alfred 1.x extension I released last year. Once again I'd like to thank Chris Kalafarski (farski) for improving the first ever version of my script. Download Workflow here (8kb). I hope you find this as useful as I do. To those who may not use Finder, I plan to add Path Finder support at some point in the future!
1 pointHi guys, This workflow lets you easily control Homebrew and Cask with Alfred. Feel free to give some feedback! GitHub: https://github.com/fniephaus/alfred-homebrew Download-Link: https://github.com/fniephaus/alfred-homebrew/releases/latest
1 pointCopied from the projects github.com page: https://github.com/benjaminpaap/SoundcloudControl SoundcloudControl for Alfred2 This is an Alfred2 workflow to control an opened soundcloud.com tab in Google Chrome. Installation Just download the SoundcloudControl.alfredworkflow to your local harddrive and double click on it to open Alfred2 and import the workflow. Usage When installed correctly SoundcloudControl offers some commands to control an opened soundcloud.com tab in Google Chrome: sc play Plays the first song in the currently opened soundcloud tab. This could be your stream, a playlist or anything else. sc pause Stops the playback of the current song sc next Plays the next song in the currently opened soundcloud tab sc prev Plays the previous song in the currently opened soundcloud tab sc like Likes the current song Contributions If you would like to use this workflow for another browser it would be great if you could contribute your changes to this repository as a pull request. I will review and merge it as fast as possible. Contributions are highly welcome. This is my first workflow I shared. Any hints on improving this are highly appreciated.