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adamdehaven last won the day on September 7 2016

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  1. June 7, 2016 update: Just updated the workflow with a new 'saved' keyword that allows you to load a SPECIFIC image from your 'saved-wallpapers' folder. Enjoy
  2. Can you explain a little further? I'm not sure I understand
  3. Can you delete the existing workflow as well as the Wallpapers-from-Unsplash directory on your Mac (back up the saved-wallpapers directory if you'd like to keep any saved images), empty the trash, then download a fresh copy from https://github.com/adamdehaven/Wallpapers-from-Unsplash Follow the install instructions on the GitHub page, and let me know?
  4. Sure thing. First, which version of Alfred are you running? To use the latest version of the workflow, you'll need to install the Alfred 3 beta on your Mac.
  5. Now updated for Alfred 3. Download the newest build here: Wallpapers-from-Unsplash
  6. Unfortunately the Unsplash API currently only allows users to favorite photos, not entire collections. While liking/favoriting isn't currently a part of this workflow (that would require authenticating you, the user, into your Unsplash account, if you have one) I'll put it on a list of user requests. Thanks for the feedback!
  7. An Alfred workflow that allows users to replace their desktop background(s) with photos from the popular Unsplash.com. Download Workflow View on GitHub More info on adamdehaven.com Install the Wallpapers-from-Unsplash Alfred workflow simply by double-clicking the workflow file. Once installed, the Alfred workflow allows for 10 different keyword methods, along with 3 configuration methods: KEYWORDS unsplash: Replaces the desktop background(s) with a random photo from Unsplash. featured: Replaces the desktop background(s) with a random featured photo from Unsplash. search: with argument: [comma-separated string of keywords] Replaces the desktop background(s) with a random photo matching the search keyword(s) from Unsplash. Separate keywords with commas and NO spaces. Example: search sunrise,city collection: with argument: [collection id] Replaces the desktop background(s) with a random photo from the specified collection from Unsplash. Example: collection 165921 username: with argument [username string] Replaces the desktop background(s) with a random photo from the specified user’s photos from Unsplash. Example: username stvcrtr fetch: with argument [photo id] Replaces the desktop background(s) with a specified photo from Unsplash. Example: fetch KqVHRmHVwwM desktop: with argument [desktop number] Replaces the desktop background specified by the integer with a random photo from Unsplash. Example: desktop 2 save: with argument [desktop number] Saves the current desktop background specified by the integer to the Wallpapers-from-Unsplash/images/saved-wallpapers/ directory. Example: save 2 saved: with argument [full or partial image name] Replaces the current desktop background(s) with a specific saved photo from your Wallpapers-from-Unsplash/images/saved-wallpapers/ directory. You may pass a full or partial image name. Example: saved TZCehSn-T-o load: Replaces the current desktop background(s) with a random saved photo from Wallpapers-from-Unsplash/images/saved-wallpapers/ CONFIGURATION KEYWORDS setpath: with argument [Wallpapers-from-Unsplash] Sets the path of the Wallpapers-from-Unsplash/ directory. Type the keyword setpath followed by Wallpapers-from-Unsplashand then select the correct folder in Alfred. Required Usage: setpath Wallpapers-from-Unsplash setdesktopwidth: with argument [integer] Sets the desktop width at which to download photos. Default is 2560. Example: setdesktopwidth 2560 setdesktopheight: with argument [integer] Sets the desktop height at which to download photos. Default is 1440. Example: setdesktopheight 1440 SUPPORT Do you have questions? Would you like to contribute? Something else? Feel free to fork the project, open an issue, or submit a pull request. Not into looking at code? No worries. Reach out on Alfred Forum on Twitter @adamdehaven. More information is also available on my website.
  8. For anyone wanting an updated package, I modified this workflow to work as of 2/23/2016. GitHub: https://github.com/adamdehaven/google-play-music-controls Direct Download: https://github.com/adamdehaven/google-play-music-controls/archive/master.zip Note: You will most likely need to set the hotkeys for the "thumbs up" and "thumbs down" actions yourself after installing the workflow.
  9. Simple workflow that generates (and copies to the clipboard) a specified number of paragraphs of text from the 'Back to the Future' trilogy script. The only argument is the number of paragraphs to generate. The download is available on GitHub.
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