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  1. 2 points
    xilopaint

    Urban Dictionary

    I had to built a new Urban Dictionary workflow since my previous one was broken. It's available on GitHub.
  2. 1 point
    matthewstroh

    Can I have random autotext?

    Brilliant, deanishe! This worked perfectly. If you're a beginner like I am, you might want to see the step-by-step of how I implemented it (for those who are curious). In Alfred, go into the Workflows area, click the [+] in the lower left-hand corner and select "Blank Workflow" Give your new Workflow a title (I chose "My Email Greetings") and click [Save] Right-click on the main working area (where the Alfred components go) and select: Input » Keyword Choose a proper keyword and write a title for your workflow – I chose "greetings" for the keyword and "Email Greetings and Phrases" for the title. Make sure to choose "No Argument" and click [Save] Right-click on the main working area and select: Actions » Run Script In the pop-up that appears, change the Language to /usr/bin/python as deanishe noted above Paste in deanishe's script above into the script area, making sure to remove the default 'query' content that was in the text area. Click [Save] Right-click on the main working area and select: Output » Copy to Clipboard On the pop-up window that appears, optionally check the box next to "Automatically paste into front-most app." I chose to do this so when I run my email greetings it will automatically put the text into my new email when I run the app. Click [Save] Connect the Keyword to the left side of the Run Script component Connect the right side of the Run Script component to the left side of the Copy to Clipboard component Open up a text file or email and test it out with the keyword "greetings" (or whatever you chose) If you're satisfied, then go in and change the sentences in the Run Script If you're really satisfied, buy danishe a beer using the link in his signature!
  3. 1 point
    # fuzzylist Fuzzy, self-updating list filter workflow for Alfred 3 This is a workflow template - it does nothing as is. ## Usage: - create a csv file like you would for an Alfred List Filter - name the file *list.csv* and add it to the workflow directory On the initial run, the workflow will create a file list.json for output to the fuzzy search. If list.csv is modified, it will update list.json . ## Credits - uses fuzzy.py by @deanishe - https://github.com/deanishe/alfred-fuzzy ## Download workflow at https://github.com/derickfay/fuzzylist/blob/master/Fuzzy List Filter.alfredworkflow
  4. 1 point
    Here's a workflow that contains an AppleScript that grabs the current URL in Safari, opens it in Chrome, then closes the existing tab in Safari. I use it with a hotkey. It's my understanding that Firefox support for AppleScript is wonky at best, so I'm not sure how one would go about doing what you're looking for (in Alfred, at least). https://www.dropbox.com/s/6e2vd97hy7wvtts/Open%20Safari%20Tab%20in%20Chrome.alfredworkflow?dl=0
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