Jump to content

Leaderboard


Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation since 01/12/2013 in all areas

  1. 37 points
    Carlos-Sz

    Evernote Workflow 9 beta 3

    Description Alfred 3 workflow to search and create notes in Evernote. Search Keywords ens to search in every note field ens @ to search in a selected notebook ens # to search notes with a selected tags You can use ent (search in titles only) or enr (search in reminders) or entodo (search to-do notes) or enrec (search notes updated within a week) or enu (search notes with a source URL) instead of ens. You can select multiple tags to fine tune your searching. Just add a second hash sign and select or type the tag e.g. ens #tag1 #tag2 :my query In addition, you can select a single notebook then tags too e.g. ent @notebook #tag1 #tag2 :my query Note that, if you want to select a notebook and/or tags, the query goes after the colon sign as seen above. Actions Return key to open the note Shift key to preview the note Option key to set a reminder Control key to paste the note text content to the top most application Function key to open the note URL Command key to append text (from clipboard, selected text or typed) or selected file(s) in Finder. After pressing the Command key a new Alfred window will be shown so you will be able to select the text source and the action: Return key will append without date Option key with append with current date Hint: You can also use the Command key to only add tags to a note. To do so, type or select a tag and don't type anything after the colon then select the source "Type a Note" e.g. enn #tag : Note that Alfred Fallback Search is also supported (you have to add it in Alfred 2 Preferences>Features>Default Results, then click Setup fallback results button). Create Keyword enn You can optionally type the note title or, for a more complex creation, follow the syntax below: @Notebook #tag1 #tag2 !reminder :Title @notebook: after typing @ a list of notebooks will be displayed then select one or type it; the default will be used if omitted #tags: after typing # a list of tags will be displayed then select one or type a new one (multiple tags are supported, type each one after a hash sign) !reminder: after typing an exclamation point a list of reminder suggestions will be displayed then select one or type a custom reminder such as in 4 days or 05/01/2014 or 05/01/2014 at 2:00 Title: at the end, after a colon (or the second colon if you are adding time in your reminder) Note that items of the syntax are optional, however the syntax has to end with a colon, with or without typing the note title e.g. #tag1 : Note Content Source From clipboard From selected text Typed directly in Alfred From Safari or Google Chrome URL From message(s) selected in Mail app From file(s) selected in Finder app: you can create one note with files or one note for each selected files. Alfred File Browser also supported. Type a Note also supports multiple lines and, in this case, the first line will be the title of the note e.g. enn Line 1 /n Line 2 /n Line 3 Actions Return key: create a note Control Key: create a note and open it Command key: append text or file to a note Option key: append text to a note with current date How to Append Highlight one of the note content source e.g. From Clipboard Optionally type tags and a reminder e.g. #tag1 #tag2 !tomorrow hold command key and hit return key select a note from the list (search by title only) and hit return key Mail Message subject as the note title Message received date as the note creation date Message Link as the note source URL A short header (e.g. sender) A plain text version of the email content Note Templates Read about templates here. Preferences Bring Alfred and type the keyword enpref: Search wildcard: you can set the workflow to automatically use the Evernote search wildcard (*) or you can set the workflow to use only if it is typed (the Manual setting may by faster in a huge note collection). Download Evernote 9 beta 3 Release date: 99 Jun 2019 Made in OS X 10.13.5 Requires Evernote 7.2 from evernote.com Requires Alfred 3 Download now Download Evernote 9 beta 2 Release date: 09 Aug 2016 Made in OS X 10.11.5 Requires Evernote 6 from evernote.com Requires Alfred 3 Download now For Alfred 2 Version 8.992 Release date: 20 Feb 2015 Made in OS X 10.10.2 Requires Evernote 6.06 from evernote.com Requires Alfred 2.6 or later Download now What's new? 9 beta 3: minor code optimizations and updated workflow preferences (enpref keyword) 9 beta 2: bugs fixed and Evernote API updated 9 beta 1: Alfred 3 support 8.991: Evernote 6.06 initial support 8.9: Yosemite beta and note templates support 8.7: interface bugs fixed 8.6: enn issue fixed Improved reminder time support e.g. Tomorrow at 2:00 Added support for tags that start with a hash sign e.g. #Home Added support for tags that start with an at sign e.g. @Work Added support for notebooks that start with an at sign e.g. @Notes Workflow should be faster in most of cases When appending from a search result now you can hold Option key to include current date Type a Note supports multiple lines (first line will be the title) e.g. enn Line 1 /n Line 2 New Keyword enl and its hotkey to load the last search query Added support for some of Alfred 2.3 new features Workflow version history here.
  2. 25 points
    Overview Workflow to display recent Finder files and folders featuring: 5 default categories 2 custom categories Favorites, including a file action Keywords and hotkeys for Favorites and all categories apart Interaction with Open/Save dialogs and Finder Go To Folder Preview, reveal, open or use Alfred file actions Usage Show Alfred and type the keyword rec: You can also use the category keyword if you prefer to access the recent files directly, without an initial menu: Now: keyword now Folders: keyword fol Applications: keyword apps Documents: keyword docs Downloads: keyword dow Custom Category 1: keyword c1 Custom Category 2: keyword c2 Favorites: keyword fav In addition, there is a hotkey for the keyword rec, Favorites and all categories apart. Note that all keywords, as well as the hotkeys, can be changed (go to Alfred Preferences > Workflows). Finally, once inside a category you have the following actions: Return key: open the file or folder Command key: reveal the file or folder in Finder Option key: pass the file/older path to an open/save dialog or Finder window Control key: add/remove an item to/from Favorites Shift key: preview (Quick Look) the file or folder Custom Categories You can set up to two custom categories: Show Alfred and type the keyword recpref Select a category to configure and press return key Type an unique category name with at least 3 characters Type one or more (separated by comma) file types e.g.: com.adobe.pdf,public.plain-text To find a file type you can use Alfred Metadata Analyzer. To remove a custom category press command key while highlighting one of them in recpref. Favorites All files or folders set as a favorite item will remain in the list no matter how old they are. To add an item to Favorites just highlight a file or folder, hold control key and press return key. To remove an item go to Favorites, highlight an item, hold control key and press return key. You can also add items utilizing Alfred File Action (accepts multiple files). Note that Favorites has also its own keyword (fav) and hotkey. Interacting with Open/Save Dialog or Finder You can pass a recent file or folder path, or an item in Favorites, to an open/save dialog or even the current Finder window to go to that folder: when an open/save dialog is displayed type the keyword rec or any other category keyword find an item (a file or folder or an item from Favorites), highlight it, hold option key and press return key wait a bit so the workflow can load and paste the item path Default Folder The workflow remembers the last path used per application. To use the feature just type the keyword df when an open/save dialog is displayed. If the workflow was never used for the application, or the path does not exist anymore, then the keyword rec will be automatically triggered so you can select a path from a file or folder. There is also a hotkey to make things even faster. Make sure to give the feature time to process because e.g. if you hold keyboard keys way too long then the feature may not work as expected. What’s new Up to 2 custom categories (keyword recpref) Downloads category Keyword for each category Hotkey for each category Multiple files in Add to Favorites file action Changed Auto-path to Default Folder (keyworod df) Changed Just Now category to Now Added Help (keyword rechelp) Update to Alfred 2.3 features Several internal improvements Download Version 4.2 Release date: 19 Jun 2016 Requires Alfred 3 Download
  3. 21 points
    surrealroad

    Reminders

    This creates a new reminder in Reminders.app Download the latest version, for Alfred v3+ and macOS 10.12+ For older versions, go here. Usage To use, just type r <some text> into Alfred. For example, r check out some of Alfred's other workflows will create a new reminder called "check out some of Alfred's other workflows". You can also include times and dates in the text and have Alfred set a reminder for that particular time. r this will capture the current application and turn it into a reminder. r help will show some built-in examples. Dates To be reminded at a specific date/time, simply type a date into the command, for example: r today release the hamsters into the wild r tomorrow bring about financial ruin upon my enemies r in 5 minutes drop everything r in 2 hours laugh out loud r on 24/12/13 forget everything I know about things in movies r on 12 June 15 come up with some interesting ideas r on 31-12-99 23:22 panic about the millennium bug r at 2pm wait for nothing in particular r next thursday at 15.30 ask some difficult questions Priority To set the priority of the reminder, either use exclamation marks right at the start or end of the command (! for low priority, !! for medium priority, !!! for high priority), or type the priority right at the end of the command (these can also be abbreviated, for example mp or p lo). For example: r !!! in 2 weeks an important meeting r thursday have a banana medium priority r decide what to have for lunch !lo r make a turkey sandwich p3 Lists To choose a list to use on a per-reminder basis, type in <list name> list right at the end of the command, for example r Get Santa outfit !2 in Christmas list. If a matching list can't be found, you won't be able to action the command. In all other cases, the default Reminders list will be used (typically the first one). If you prefer, you can edit the defaultList variable within the workflow's Arg and Vars node (note that you'll have to edit this each time you upgrade the workflow however). Apps Get reminded about the app you're using, for example the selected file in Finder, or the current tab in Chrome or Safari. To create a reminder about the active app, simply type r this. Or keep typing to set a date, priority or a custom title, for example r this drop some sick beats on Friday !!!. The following apps are currently supported: Adobe Acrobat (Pro/DX) Chromium Contacts Finder FoldingText Google Chrome Google Chrome Canary Mail Mailplane 3 Microsoft PowerPoint Microsoft Word Safari TextEdit TextMate Vienna WebKit Apps can be added on request. Just raise an issue with the app you use. As long as it's freely available and has AppleScript support, it can be added. Getting help r help will display the above examples All sorts of combinations are possible! Configuration If you want to change the default reminder list, edit the variables component at the top of the workflow, otherwise it will just use the first one (unless you use "in Y list" at the end). External Trigger To call the workflow as an external trigger, use applescript such as tell application "Alfred 3" to run trigger "remind" in workflow "com.surrealroad.alfred-reminder" with argument "something tomorrow at 5pm" Changelog v74 (Thursday, 3 August 2017) – Fixed an issue where impartial queries did not get parsed (thanks Nibblesh!) v73 (Friday, 21 July 2017) - Added support for Mailplane 3 (thanks devguydavid!), ensure dates are always in the future (thanks saeedmahani!), added external trigger v72 (Monday, 6 March 2017) – Quit reminders if needed when complete v71 (Saturday, 4 March 2017) – Added built-in help v70 (Friday, 3 March 2017) – Added OneUpdater v69 (Tuesday, 3 January 2017) – Added support for different lists v68 (Friday, 9 December 2016) – Added remaining app handlers, escaped paths v67 (Thursday, 8 December 2016) – Added support for app-secific reminders v66 (Thursday, 8 December 2016) - Added support for priorities v65 (Thursday, 8 December 2016) – Fixed reminders app hanging temporarily after creating a new reminder v64 (Wednesday, 7 December 2016) – Rewritten from the ground up in JavaScript for Automation. Now requires Alfred v3+, MacOS Sierra+. NEW: Enhanced date/time natural language parsing. Never worry about the correct syntax again! NEW: Better messaging about what will happen when actioning the item. FIXED: (Hopefully) improved performance. Note: there are still several features that have not been carried across to this version. As such, this should be considered a beta version. Monday, 24 October 2016 – Add support for Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat Pro, OneNote, Powerpoint (Thanks to catgsmith!) Friday, 3 June 2016 – Compatbility for users who did not previously have Alfred v2 installed Wednesday, 28 October 2015 - attempted fix for reminders not quitting on OS <10.9 Tuesday, 27 October 2015 - fix for reminders not closing after adding a new reminder Thursday, 15 October 2015 – compatibility for OS 10.11 El Capitan (and hopefully future releases) Wednesday, 21 January 2015 – added pattern “r in {x} days at {time} to {something}” Thursday, 30 October 2014 – days can now be abbreviated to 3 or more characters (e.g. “tod”, “tomo”, “thurs”, etc.), minutes can be abbreviated to “min” or “mins”, hours can be abbreviated to “hr”; the priority of the reminder can now be specified by “ !” at the end of the query, “ !1”,“ !2”,“ !3” each with increasing priorities Wednesday, 22 October 2014 – fixed cache process errors on OS 10.10, workaround for apple bug #18734006 on OS 10.10 Tuesday, 21 October 2014 – addressed some internal errors (which should also improve performance a little), notifications should now be working on OS 10.10, fixed Mail integration on OS 10.10, Mail integration now takes the most recent message if multiple messages (or a conversation) are selected Saturday, 26 July 2014 – Disable showing reminders in OS 10.10 (Yosemite) Thursday, 9 January 2014 – Fixed Finder links in OS 10.9 Saturday, 23 November 2013 – Disable display of existing reminders under OS 10.9 Friday, 22 November 2013 – Workflow will now display a message if the command is not valid Saturday, 2 November 2013 – Fixed an issue that would cause the workflow to crash the first few times it was run; fixed an issue that would prevent update checking to work correctly Friday, 1 November 2013 – Fixed an issue where caching reminders would cause update checking to fail Wednesday, 23 October 2013 – Increased timeout on OS 10.9, and allowed reminders to be retrieved from the cache while it's running; times specified without am/pm are now assumed to be in 24hour format; corrected an issue where 12 o'clock times were calculated incorrectly; you can now use "noon" and "midnight" to specify time Tuesday, 22 October 2013 – Prevent cache processes overlapping; recreate damaged cache file if needed; workaround for OS 10.9 GM2 plist bug Wednesday, 9 October 2013 – Added support for Google Chrome Canary; added plain text formats of applescripts; fix for cache process failing for new users Monday, 7 October 2013 – Added profiling to rtest; "r" with no arguments is now the same as "r all" Friday, 4 October 2013 – Compatbility with OS 10.9 Mavericks GM Wednesday, 18 September 2013 – Fix for non-gregorian date format Tuesday, 17 September 2013 – Updated q_workflow module to latest version Wednesday, 10 July 2013 - Added support for OmniFocus 2, TextMate 2 and FoldingText Thursday, 18 April 2013 – Fixed recognition of 10/11/12am/pm times Tuesday, 16 April 2013 -- Added support for WebKit Nightly. Monday, 15 April 2013 – Added "r in x days y hours", "r in x hours y minutes", "r today/tomorrow/weekday at time to x" patterns Thursday, 11 April 2013 – Added support for OmniFocus, Vienna, reminder from address book now adds a link to the contact Wednesday, 10 April 2013 – Fix for -609 error (thanks, stevef!) Tuesday, 9 April 2013 – Added "r refresh" keyword to refresh list ("r all" will no longer refresh the list); added "rshow", which will only show options for existing reminders, "radd", which will only show options for adding new reminders; added "rtest" which runs a set of tests to check for potential problems; fixed an issue that would cause workflow to crash (thanks, erist!) Monday, 8 April 2013 – Better compatibility for editing library scripts on other systems; it's now possible to delete reminders by holding down control; fixed a rare issue where the workflow might incorrectly report a new version is available; iconography tweak; added "overdue" keyword; added support for TextMate and TextEdit; allow "r in 1 minute/hour/day" Sunday, 7 April 2013 – Don't mark reminder as complete with option held down; properly escape illegal characters in query; added support for Finder and Chromium Saturday, 6 April 2013 – Added "r this" which captures data from the current application and turns it into a reminder; support for Google Chrome, Safari, and Mail; fixed a regression; support for contacts/address book; added icons from the icon factory; "r all" now refreshes the cache Friday, 5 April 2013 – Show "r all" in help; don't close reminders if its been moved to the foreground; all keywords can now be used to filter displayed reminders; changed the cache duration to 2 hours; subtitle for existing reminders shows more information where possible Thursday, 4 April 2013 – Performance improvements; hold option to view the selected reminder in Reminders.app Wednesday, 3 April 2013 – Fix for "in list" pattern breaking up text; added "r help" examples; don't prompt to create reminder with "all" keyword; checks for newer versions of the workflow Tuesday, 2 April 2013 – If reminders.app is closed, it will stay closed when using this workflow Sunday, 31 March 2013 – Added pattern "r Wednesday something" Wednesday, 27 March 2013 – Renamed workflow to "Reminders"; Use application id instead of name, Alfred now shows existing reminders in his list (selecting one will mark it as complete); keyword is now optional Tuesday, 26 March 2013 – Now sets specified date as the reminder date, rather than due date; added pattern "r something in Y list" Wednesday, 20 March 2013 – You can now use the pattern "r at 1.30 to something"; Alfred will tell you what's going to happen before you press enter; split off code to library file Tuesday, 19 March 2013 – You can now use the pattern "r in X minutes/hours/days something" Sunday, 17 March 2013 – You can now specify a date for the reminder. See the examples above. Acknowledgements Date parsing is done via chrono.js Uses icons from the Flurry collection by David Lanham / The Icon Factory Updates via OneUpdater Disclaimer This workflow is provided as-is, use it at your own risk. I can't take any responsibility for anything bad that happens as a result of using it, including, but not limited to, loss of data, loss of sanity, spontaneous human combustion. Feedback By far the best way to give me feedback is to submit an issue on GitHub. Alternatively, just reply to this post.
  4. 17 points
    Updated 3/18: NOTE: Set your location again so a default weather unit gets set initially, then change it. Removed saving to the Workflow Data folder and actually save IN the workflow folder now. Should fix issue a few users are seeing and also allows syncing weather location. Download
  5. 16 points
    Hey folks, I've been chugging away building a new version of my EggTimer extension to take advantage of Alfred 2's new features. And now it's ready for whoever would like to to have a playaround with it and see what they think: EggTimer v2.0 It will also be available at Tom's Alfred Repo, but I personally haven't had a chance to test that yet, so let me know how it goes for you. Now, it's very much a beta, as there's several things that don't work as well as I'd like yet, but I'm pretty pleased with how the integration with Alfred 2's new live results feedback via the Script Filter is working. My aim is to have a really nicely polished, easy-to-use (no users fiddling with config files) workflow ready to release by the time Alfred 2 goes public, so any comments or suggestions are most welcome. It's ready! (22 March 2013) I've included a full summary of all the functionality in the documentation included in the download (enter timer help in Alfred), but here's just a quick overview of the features: Simple timers Auto-repeating timers Alarms (set a specific time) Snooze function Repeat function Recent Timers list (choose one to restart) Full integration into Alfred's results window. Couple of quick caveats: EggTimer currently requires growlnotify to display notifications when timers finish. This is because the timer process completely decouples from Alfred to run in the background, so it can’t feed back its output to Alfred. I’m working on a solution to use a Notification Centre alert option to make this as seamless as possible to the user. Currently, running timers won’t restart after a crash or a reboot. I’m working on a solution to this which I aim to have working soon. Okay, that's about it. Enjoy, and let me know how it works for you. ---- 21 January 2013: Updated to beta 2 Changes: Timers/Alarms now use a “while…” loop to check due time against time of day (instead of just sleeping for a duration). This prevents the problem of timers running late if the computer was put to sleep. (Don't know why I didn't just do this to begin with.)---- 24 January 2013: Updated to beta 3 Changes: Now uses recommended working folders for storing timer info and preferences. The main benefit from the user point of view is that future updates won’t overwrite your timers and preferences. Timers and Auto-timers now accept hour:minute input. Syntax is timer HRS:MINS Reminder. Can now stop timers from the timer list using the option-key modifier. Kind of an ugly implementation though, as it will display the same information regardless of whether it’s context-appropriate. Trying to think of a better way to make this work. (Suggestions welcome!) Timers will be restored if they have crashed. This is only partially implemented though, because it’ll only check if you actually run the workflow. It won’t restore them at login yet, which is more important. Working on it. Miscellaneous minor tweaks. ---- 27 January 2013: Updated to beta 4 Changes: The big one: will now resume timers after restart/re-login. EggTimer adds an entry to the OS X launchd daemon to check for and resume timers at startup. You will be prompted to give permission for this on first launch of EggTimer. New keyword/workflow structure. Check out the workflow config panel to see what’s what. If you’d prefer the old ones (all starting with timer), just change them yourself (eg. repeat -> timer repeat). You’ll note that from the timer list (timers or hotkey Ctrl-T) you can also select to launch a new timer or alarm (courtesy of Alfred’s new Applescript-ability). Now has a “nuke” option (timer nuke) to reset EggTimer back to initial blank config. (Deletes all working folders, cancels running timers, uninstalls startup item.) Fixed bug with “08” and “09” minutes entries when using hrs:mins timer format. More specific icons and other miscellaneous UI tweaks. beta4a Fixed minor (and embarrassing) regression. ---- 28 January 2013: Updated to beta4b Changes: Fixed absolute path reference preventing permission dialog from launching. 28 January 2013: Updated to beta4c Changes: Doh! One more pesky absolute path eliminated. There's still a bit of weirdness with resuming timers after a login though, so I'm still trying to figure that out. Maybe answer "no" to installing startup item for now..beta4d Okay, the problem was fairly minor (just me being scatterbrained ), so the startup check should work nicely now. Here's hoping!--- 22 March 2013: Updated to v2.0 (final) I've finally integrated proper notifications for the completed timers. It will work with either Growl or Notification Centre, depending on what you have selected in the workflow config. growlnotify is no longer required, and you'll find "EggTimer" as a properly registered application within Growl's preferences (where you can tweak it). Miscellaneous tweaks and tidy-ups (including documentation - timer help to display)
  6. 16 points
    Search your tabs in Safari, Chrome, Chromium, Chrome Canary, and Webkit. When you action a result, it'll bring your browser to the front and switch to the selected tab. You can also close a tab by holding down alt when actioning a result. Download from Packal Updated Feb 8, 2014: Made it more resilient to an AppleScript error that could cause a blank output. Update #2, Feb 1, 2014: Fixed regression with searching. You should be able to search anchored by words (and capital letters in CamelCase words) again. Updated Feb 1, 2014: Rewrote the workflow. It now supports copying the URL of a tab, viewing a tab in QuickLook, and closing a tab with a modifier key. Updated Oct 11, 2013: Fixed issue with improper string encoding in Mavericks and Ruby 2.0 breaking the workflow. Updated Oct 9, 2013: Updated for Mavericks and Ruby 2.0.0. Removed thumbnails for now (beta versions of Safari don't seem to generate them anymore). Fixed some issues where the proper window wouldn't always focus correctly. Updated May 4, 2013: Experimental support for webpage thumbnails. Prevent launching browsers when WebKit is open. Updated Mar 26, 2013: (Hopefully) prevent launching browsers when it's not supposed to, and fix an issue with it not detecting WebKit.
  7. 15 points
    aiyo

    Send URL

    I have finally converted my Send URL extension into a workflow. The workflow selects the URL from the frontmost App or a URL from the Clipboard. Supported Apps are: Safari Webkit Google Chrome (Beta/Dev/Canary) Camino Opera (and Opera Next) Omniweb You can then send the URL to a variety of Apps Safari Webkit Google Chrome (Beta/Dev/Canary) Camino Opera (and Opera Next) Omniweb Firefox (and Aurora) iCab Sleipnir Paparazzi! Mail Sparrow Postbox Gmail VLC Adium (as a chat to an online contact) Droplr downforeveryoneorjustme.com and the clipboard The workflow only list the Apps installed on you mac. You can download Send URL here: https://github.com/aiyodk/Alfred-Extensions/raw/master/AlfredApp_2.x/Send-URL/Send-URL.alfredworkflow EDIT: I have updated Send URL. The update fixes a bug where the workflow would not work if the URL contains a '&' and downforeveryoneorjustme.com is not working correctly. I have also included options to copy the URL as a HTML or Markdown link (including the page title)
  8. 14 points
    Colors v2.0.0 Get it from Packal (Recommended) Quick Summary: This workflow can process and convert all CSS color formats and several Objective-C formats, namely NSColor (calibrated and device) and UIColor. It also provides an interface to the OS X color panel for easier color manipulations. It's written in native code (i.e. it's really fast). Quick Preview: You can find a full description on Packal. Direct download • source code on Github
  9. 13 points
    eknkc

    Pinboard Search Workflow

    Hi, I just created an alternative Pinboard workflow that allows searching for pinboard bookmarks within Alfred. It can fetch data asynchronously, so there should not be delays during searches and the matching code has some fuzzy logic. Might come in handy for Pinboard users so I wanted to share. NOTE: It requires Node.JS to be installed. Please get it from http://nodejs.org if you dont have Node. Keywords: pinboardauth username:TOKEN <- set access token (get it from https://pinboard.in/settings/password) pb query <- search for query pbunread <- items in read later list pbreload <- force data reload Hold cmd while selecting a bookmark to copy it's url to clipboard. Hold ctrl while selecting to delete a bookmark from your pinboard. Workflow: http://d.ekin.io/L6QO Source Code: https://github.com/eknkc/alfred-pinboard Let me know if it works for you.
  10. 12 points
    Hey I made another minimalistic theme, as none fit my wishes really well! JUST ANOTHER MINIMALISTIC THEME BIG ALFRED 3 UPDATE Minimalistic 3 Minimalistic 3 Dark Mode Minimalistic Light 3 Minimalistic Dark 3 Download Minimalistic 3 http://cl.ly/2f102X0w1E1R Minimalistic 3 Dark Mode http://cl.ly/2q2v1O0k2m3E Minimalistic Light 3 https://cl.ly/0l3s3D3S0n2k Minimalistic Dark 3 http://cl.ly/1Z002A0V0c2e Thanks for the more than 10000 downloads! EDIT: Changed the color of the numbers for better readability for Minimalistic Light 3
  11. 11 points
    Keep all the miscellaneous crap off your Desktop by sweeping everything into a "DeskDrawer" folder, which is easily accessible from our good friend Alfred. Download DeskDrawer v1.5 [updated 25 March 2014] Okay, the idea is not completely original — I've used apps like DesktopTidy and Unclutter to achieve this, but it's amazing how simple it is to replicate the basic concept with an Alfred workflow. This is your "DeskDrawer" in Alfred (keyword "drawer", default hotkey Shift-Cmd-D). From there you can: search the list (just start typing) open an item (select it) move it back to your Desktop (option-select) reveal it in DeskDrawer/Finder (cmd-select) browse/open it in Alfred (ctrl-select) for further action. Move item to the Trash (fn-select) [NEW in 1.3] There is a file action, "Move to DeskDrawer" (as well as the keyword "move") for quickly flicking items into the Drawer. There is also the keyword "sweep" to scoop all your Desktop items into DeskDrawer in one hit. And finally, "deskrestore" will dump the contents of your DeskDrawer back on the Desktop in all its messy glory. You can also undo your last file/folder movement with the "unmove" keyword. [New in v1.5] And now you can protect certain items on your Desktop from being moved during a sweep, with either the File Action "Protect from DeskDrawer Sweep" or the keyword "protect". (Reverse this with the File Action "UnProtect from DeskDrawer Sweep" or keyword "unprotect".) [New in v1.5] And finally, for full documentation, use the keyword "deskdrawer help". [New in v1.5] I don't about the rest of you, but I like to keep my Desktop as clutter-free as possible (unlike my IRL desktop! ), so having this capability in Alfred is great. Let me know what you think, or any bugs you find. Features I'd still like to add: The ability to "protect" certain files from the "sweep" and "deskrestore" actions. [DONE in v1.5] Be able to specify the location of your DeskDrawer folder. [DONE in v1.2] Any requests? UPDATE: 1 April 2013 - v1.3 New action: "fn-select" item to Trash it. Consolidated and tidied up workflow setup panel. Support for Alleyoop auto-updater Minor cosmetic tweaks. UPDATE: 2 April 2013 - v1.4 New keyword: "move" — moves selected items to Drawer (same as the file action, but you just enter it in Alfred's main window — some people seem to prefer this approach.)UPDATE: 25 March 2014 - v1.5 New icon for DeskDrawer folder (to fit in with OS X custom folder look). DeskDrawer is now allowed on the Desktop itself. “Undo” function to reverse the last “Move” to DeskDrawer or Sweep. “Protect” specified Desktop items from being moved to the DeskDrawer during Sweeps. Fix for XML-illegal characters in filenames. More icons. Removed AlleyOop updater support. Default DeskDrawer location is now Home folder. Local documentation (keyword: deskdrawer help) Miscellaneous minor tweaks and fixes.
  12. 11 points
    I like mine minimal. v3 Download here (Over 1000 downloads already. Thank you all!) v2 Download here v1 Download here Although you can't see it, it has a very slight transparency letting th back show just a tad. Tip: Install the latest version and apply a blur to it. Looks SO cool.
  13. 11 points
    UPDATE by Vero (Alfred's mum): The AlfPT site was a pilot project for an installer/updater by Tom Hunt and is no longer available. AlfPT was a wonderful idea by an Alfred user, Tom Hunt, to create a way for workflows to be updated and gathered in one place. However, Tom has decided to take the project offline (due to school/work commitments and the bandwidth requirements of that project). As such, documentation in this thread is now outdated. Here's what's coming soon: - Other users are working on their own repositories for workflows - We are working on an official v2 Extras site, which will include curated workflows (which we've tested and checked) and themes We'll also be publishing a few blog posts with our favourite and your favourite workflows very soon, so keep an eye on the blog for the links to the above! The Unofficial Alfred Workflow Repository Hi all Introducing AlfPT - the easy way to install and update your Alfred v2 Workflows. Download the AlfPT workflow here Workflow Users Once you've installed AlfPT use the following commands: alfpt install {query} : to find new workflows to install alfpt install {query} -a {author} -b {bundleid} : filter results by author/bundle id. Both flags are optional. alfpt update : to list any workflows you've installed through AlfPT that have new versions available. Select one to update. alfpt update -f : to list all of your workflows, regardless of whether there are new versions available. Select one to update. Workflow Developers Want to get your workflows into the repo? Visit the AlfPT homepage to register and start uploading workflows. If there are any files in your workflows that you do not want to be overwritten during the update process (config files and the link) prefix them with an underscore e.g _icons It's very likely that the AlfPT workflow will be updated regularly over the next few days so keep alfpt update-ing to get the latest release. If you run into any problems just let me know. Happy workflowing! Tom
  14. 10 points
    Here's another little tool I've just whipped up: Get an instant list of the current time in various cities around the world. Which you can customize, of course. Main keyword: tz (for TimeZones) - this just shows the World Clock list (seen above). (Select a city for a Large Type display.) To remove a city from the list - option-select it. To add a new city - timezone add Name of City To update all cities' timezone offset information - timezone update To look up the time in a place without storing it (custom loookup), just keep typing the place name after the initial tz (eg. tz timbuktu) To move the location of your stored city list - timezone move Download v1.7a This workflow saves a list of your cities and their UTC offsets locally, so the basic world clock will display instantly. Adding new city information is done via an API call to Google Wolfram Alpha. The only downside to locally cached offsets is that there's no provision for automatically updating for Daylight Savings changes, but a manual timezone update will refresh all the cities with their current offset. Enjoy. As usual, I welcome comments, bug reports, feature requests, etc. ---- 28 March 2013 - UPDATE to v1.5 Major rewrite - now uses Google Maps APIs, which should be a lot more reliable and consistent. Flag icons! Bit of eye candy, courtesy of http://www.free-country-flags.com (and managed to squeeze flags for every country in the world into just over 400k - thank you TinyPNG ) More detail retrieved and displayed, including timezone name, country, etc. When doing a full "update", a text file is saved to your Desktop summarising any changes found. General enhancement and tweaks. PLEASE NOTE: Because this version stores its data substantially different to previous versions, it will create a new timezones.txt file with default cities. However, it will attempt to save your old timezones.txt file to your Desktop, so you should be able to rebuild your previous list without too much hassle. A quick note about the flags: The workflow simply compares the retrieved name of the country and does a simple name match against the workflow's local repository of flag icons. From my testing, it's working very well, but I'd appreciate it if you'd report back if you find any countries that don't properly match a flag icon. Cheers. ---- 31 March 2013 - UPDATE to v1.6 New feature: Custom lookups. Just keep typing a new place name after the tz keyword to look up the time in a place without saving it to your saved list. Added support for phyllisstein's Alleyoop auto-updater. [EXPERIMENTAL] - support for autocomplete for adding place names (timezone add). You'll need to add a keyword yourself to the script filter if you want to try it out. The reason I haven't enabled it by default is that I've found it kind of slow and I'm not sure it's actually an improvement over the current method. Let me know what you think. [Add a keyword to this script filter if you'd like to try it out] Novelty: Added (unofficial) Antarctica flag to flag repository. (Try tz south pole. ) ---- 2 April 2013 — UPDATE to v1.61 Small fix for Dutch (Netherlands) flag matching. ---- 22 March 2014 — UPDATE to v1.7 City List now always shows in the same order. (Achieved by removing “uid” parameter.) Removed Alleyoop updater. ---- 22 March 2014 — UPDATE to v1.7a New 256x256px icon
  15. 10 points
    Shorten URL (v1.1) - download here Github Page: https://github.com/hzlzh/Alfred-Workflows This workflow support URL shortener like below. You can use Hotkey to trigger without open Alfred input window. goo.gl/ bit.ly/ t.cn/ j.mp/ is.gd/ v.gd/ If you want more URL shortener services added, please let me know, . How-To: Choose some long links (e.g Command + A), then press `Command + Shift +L`, choose goo.gl and you will get the short link in your clipboard with notification center triggered. Tips: How to use this workflow without copy/paste? Just use trigger HotKey, check out this wiki issue here: https://github.com/h...kflows/issues/1 Screenshot:
  16. 10 points
    surrealroad

    Notes

    This just creates a new note in notes.app. To keep it simple, it just uses the first folder in the first account it finds. You can change this behaviour by editing providing the respective names in the "properties" in the applescript. Usage To search existing notes, type "n search_term" into Alfred. E.g. "n something I wrote yesterday" (not working in macOS High Sierra) To create a new note, just type "n note_text" into Alfred. E.g. "n something very important I will probably forget" To create a note from the clipboard, type "nclip optional_note_name" Hold option to open the note in a new window after creating it. iCloud Notes on OS 10.11+ As of Mac OS El Capitan, you are given the option to upgrade iCloud notes accounts. Once you do this, with the normal Notes workflow you'll start seeing duplicate lines in notes. The reason for this is that prior to the upgrade the "Title" of the note and the "Body" of the note were displayed separately. After the upgrade, Notes assumes the title is *not* also included in the body, which is different behaviour, and led to the apparent duplication. Sadly there's no reliable way for the workflow to detect whether your Notes account has been upgraded or not, so fixing it would entail breaking it on installs that have not undergone this upgrade. Therefore I have opted to make a separate Workflow which is to be used by anyone who has upgraded to the new iCloud version of Notes. You will find that download link below. Changelog: Tuesday, 5th July 2016 - Fixed a regression where "nclip" would not work if a custom title was provided Thursday, 30 June 2016 – Compatibility for users who did not previously have Alfred v2 installed Wednesday, 27 January 2016 – Fixed an issue with notes from clipboard not working; existing iCloud notes are now searched too (thanks, Vero!) Friday, 16 October 2015 – Added a new Workflow for iCloud upgraded notes in OS 10.11+ (Thanks Nikita!) Monday, 27 October 2014 – workaround for apple bug #18734006 on OS 10.10 Monday, 13 October 2014 – Hold option to open note window after creation Tuesday, 17 September 2013 – Updated q_workflow module to latest version Thursday, 18 April 2013 – Only first line is used as a title when using "nclip" with no arguments Sunday, 7 April 2013 – Properly escape illegal characters in query Friday, 5 April 2013 – Fixed an issue where a temporary file was getting written to the wrong place, sorry about that! Thursday, 4 April 2013 – Combined into single workflow; renamed to "Notes"; fixed an issue with clip keyword; nclip now pastes HTML if possible; workflow will notify if updates are available Saturday, 16 March 2013 – First version Download (Alfred v3 and iCloud) http://bit.ly/2w2mILX Note: this workflow will notify you if a newer version is available. To disable this functionality, change the property "shouldCheckForUpdates" to "false" Alfred v2 It's not currently known whether the latest release will be backward-compatible with Alfred v2. If you are using Mac OS 10.11+ and have "upgraded" your iCloud notes, you should use this workflow: Notes for Alfred v2 (iCloud) In all other cases, this is the one to use: Notes for Alfred v2 (non-iCloud) Source: https://github.com/surrealroad/alfred-notes Issues Please raise issues on GitHub, as it's easier for me to keep track of them there.
  17. 10 points
    leefur

    The Minimalist

    Big update, cleaning out all the old stuff! Lots of wonderful minimal themes on here, but I think this is the minimalist. Minimalist details: We only show the path for the selected item (which is basically how you read these details anyway) That also makes it easy to see which item is selected so we don't need a highlight! Keyboard shortcuts for matches (e.g. "⌘4") are harder to use than just up/down+enter, so I hid those Uses the light weight of the system font (San Francisco) for that native, readable feel Looks best with a medium amount of blur Available in a wide array of colors Downloads listed below, preview images beneath (I'm not sure how to show images inline any more…): Almost white: http://cozy.es/PRYr Almost black: http://cozy.es/eBRP Almost alizarin: http://cozy.es/WjeE Almost asbestos: http://cozy.es/4Jul Almost carrot: http://cozy.es/NyKn Almost clouds: http://cozy.es/QyXj Almost emerald: http://cozy.es/AxKm Almost midnight: http://cozy.es/qnEA Credit to flatuicolors.com for the colors. Best with these appearance settings. Enjoy, and let me know how these work for you. Thanks!
  18. 10 points
    Benzi

    Wikipedia workflow (alternate)

    Quite a simple workflow to search articles on wikipedia (English version). Inspired by a similar workflow here, but it appears the download link is broken... Based on feedback from folks, I have an updated version of this workflow. It allows you to Search against regional Wikipedia sites. E.g. to search against German wikipedia, type "w de what to search for" i.e. "w <language code> <search term>" Language codes are from Wikipedia. You can also configure it to search against just one default Wikipedia by modifying the script filter as mentioned in the workflow. Against each result, a snippet of the text from the wiki page is displayed Remember, you can press the Shift key against a search result to quickly view the associated web page from within Alfred. Try the new version and let me know your comments. Q: How can I set one language as the default? Open the workflow's Script Filter in Alfred, and follow the steps mentioned in there.
  19. 10 points
    simonbs

    YouTube workflow

    Hi, Just wanted to share the workflow I just created with other Alfred 2.0 beta testers. I hope that this is the right place to do so. The workflow allows the user to search YouTube and have the results returned to Alfred and then choose a video to watch. Just type youtube followed by the query. For example, the below will search for Rebecca Black videos. You can downloaded the latest version here and the source code is available at GitHub.
  20. 10 points
    Hey, I was experimenting with workflows that allowed "drilling down" into an result to provide more options, and here's what I came up with. Firstly, a workflow that uses omdbapi.com to search for movies, actioning a result shows you more information and actions. Download: here or via AlfPT As a second workflow using this I built an alternative client workflow to Tom Hunt's Alfred Workflow repository. It has some performance improvements over the "official" AlfPT workflow, and a few extras like updating all workflows, uninstalling and opening workflow folder from within the workflow. Download: here or via AlfPT
  21. 9 points
    schoeps

    Workflow for VPN services

    Dear all, I have written a worklflow that shows a list of all available VPN services and allows to connect or disconnect via Alfred: VPN_Toggle.alfredworkflow (Latest Version: 1.2 as of 2013-11-03) Enjoy, Sebastian
  22. 9 points
    NOTE!! From Alfred 2.4, the blur setting is in Alfred's Appearance > Options. You won't need to use the defaults writes, but it's still marked as experimental. I plan on implementing the native Yosemite blur at some point and make this an official feature. This is and always will be a hack, but I'm adding a defaults write preferences item to set the background blur of a window. This will allow you to have nice transparent themes but still readable over busy backgrounds. There are a few important caveats with this: It uses a private OS X API which means it may stop working at any point outside of my control I may take this feature out if it causes general instability and will ignore any moans of "put it back" It disables the 'Fade in Alfred Window' option because these don't play nice together It slows things down lots on slower Macs This will work in OS X 10.9 Mavericks from Alfred 2.3 onwards! To use this hack, quit Alfred and his preferences then type this into Terminal: OS X 10.9 Mavericks: defaults write com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-2 experimentalBlur -int 5 ... the value can be anywhere from 1 to 15 for different blur radius levels, set to 0 to disable. OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion and below: defaults write com.runningwithcrayons.Alfred-2 experimentalBlur -float 3.0 ... the value can be anywhere from 1.0 to 5.0 for different blur intensity levels, set to 0.0 to disable. Here is what you should see: Cheers, Andrew
  23. 9 points
    GamerChase

    OS X Menu Bar

    Inspired by previous work, with the font and colours sampled from the menu bar in OS X. Now updated for 10.9, OS X Menu Bar v4 is designed to look like it came part and parcel with OS X Mavericks. Download it here.
  24. 9 points
    jvdneut

    Menu bar search

    Hi, I've created a basic workflow that searches the system's menu bar. After having used Sublime Text's command palette I wanted to have a similar system-wide functionality. EDIT: For people that haven't worked with Sublime Text's command palette: the command palette allows you to fuzzy search the entire application menu by keyboard. This saves both time on hunting down the right menu and saves you having to remember all sorts of keyboard shortcuts. For a brief introduction on Sublime Text's command palette see https://tutsplus.com/lesson/the-command-palette/ EDIT: Better use ctwise's "2.0" workflow http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/1993-menu-search/ [old download is still available at http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6259900/Menu%20bar%20search.alfredworkflow] The current workflow does not do any fuzzy searching and every keystroke executes the entire script again. My preferred fix to this would be to have a script input that is only executed once, and have Alfred do the subsequent fuzzy matching based on the initial result. Jeroen van der Neut @jvdneut
  25. 9 points
    ClintonStrong

    Debugging your workflows

    Just wanted to share a few quick tips for debugging. If you're using /bin/bash to run a script, you can add "2> error.log" to output errors to a file. Example: ruby script.rb "{query}" 2> error.log All errors will then be logged to error.log in your workflow's folder. Or if you want all output logged (perhaps so you can view the xml from a script filter), you could use tee: ruby script.rb "{query}" 2>&1 | tee output.log That'll log errors from stderr in addition to standard output. Note that PHP doesn't output to stderr, so if you're using PHP you'll have to check PHP's error log instead. Also, if you have any formatting errors in a script filters' XML, Alfred will log it to Console.app. Hope this helps, and feel free to share your own tips.
×