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  1. If you often scale designs using the golden ratio, you are probably tired of copy/pasting from your calculator. Now, with the Golden Ratio Workflow, after selecting a number, a simple hotkey will paste that number multiplied or divided by 1.618, the golden ratio. cmd+opt+shift+G will multiply the number by 1.618 and paste the result. cmd+opt+G will divide by 1.618 and paste it. View it in action here: https://monosnap.com/direct/WY9O1oh71mMjGNfYL94kwazBxeHnoU Try it out for yourself here: http://www.kevnk.com/public/alfred/Golden-Ratio.alfredworkflow
  2. Seems useful, but maybe more time-consuming or complicated getting it all set up with proxies and waiting for conversions (as opposed to just streaming in the Spotify player). For example, Spotify offers a Daily Mix playlist or a Discover Weekly playlist that they generate for you. Those playlists will have some songs I like and some I don't. I don't want to waste time downloading songs I don't like AND not be able to easily give Spotify feedback on whether or not I like a particular artist or song. I'd much prefer to use Spotify's interface and mute the ads. But I guess that's a p
  3. I've requested a feature to set custom character(s) as the appended item separator (and being able to quickly customize that setting through alfred). See below:
  4. I'm a developer and the copy merge feature comes in very handy. Although, often I need to paste it into my code editor and do some additional editing - like add commas between each or && or whatever. It would be nice to (ideally, through the alfred interface) quickly change the setting of what separates each appended item—even set/add custom character(s).
  5. I'm so glad I made this. I really don't like playing ads and this makes it so easy to mute ads from Spotify!
  6. Here's how it works: Open Spotify and start playing music Hit the hotkey to start Mutify workflow When it finds a track that's less than 35 seconds long (because that's likely an ad), it sets Spotify's volume to 0 (it is only muting Spotify and nothing else). When the ad is over, it resets Spotify's volume back to what it was NOTE: When you pause or quit Spotify, Mutify will also quit. Start Mutify again with your hotkey after playing Spotify again. You can download the Mutify workflow here: http://www.kevnk.com/public/alfred/Mutify.alfredworkflow Feel free to leave feedback here or ema
  7. Awesome! That was helpful. It took me a while to find the "new workflow trigger" you were talking about, but it's Triggers > External and as soon as you create the id, it gives you all the code you need. Thanks so much!
  8. I have a workflow that is listening for spotify ads (so i can mute them). I have a while loop listening. When it finds an ad (a track with < 35 second duration), it sends a notification - but not an alfred style post notification; just the default applescript-like notification. Here's the code: Note: osascript -e "display notification \"Muting ad for $sleepDuration seconds\" with title \"Mute Spotify Ads\"" This is what I'd like to replace with an alfred Post Notification. vol=`osascript -e 'tell application "Spotify" to sound volume as integer'`; while : do state=
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