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ramiro.araujo

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  1. I had restarted the mac actually, but kept trying to open PathFinder even though other apps did not. What puzzled me is that other apps that evidently use the same "open default finder" logic responded to the finder change immediately. I assumed it was something cached within Alfred files, that's why I tried the cleanup and reinstall.
  2. for the record, I completely deleted Alfred, removed all associated files, re launched the app from scratch, powerpack, sync, and now everything works fine
  3. Hi! I've been using PathFinder for a while, but just decided to stop using it in favor of the standard Finder + xtraFinder. PathFinder set's itself a the default Finder app so that other apps can reveal files in PathFinder, among other things. I disabled this feature before removing PathFinder, but now Alfred can't reveal in Finder while all other apps do just fine. If I return the PathFinder app to it's place, then Alfred _can_ reveal, but in PathFinder, while all other apps still reveal in Finder. Only if I turn the "set a default finder" feature back on everybody reveals in PathFinder.
  4. Yay! I've rebuilt this workflow from scratch! I now uses bundled binaries from all the different optimization libraries, all orchestrated by the image_optim library, which is great, since it now longer depends on having ImageOptim, ImageAlpha and more importantly JPEGmini installed! I'll update packal when possible, but right now you can check it out and download it from github: https://github.com/ramiroaraujo/alfred-image-optim-workflow
  5. Switch System Ruby Workflow for Alfred App A simple Ruby development workflow for Mavericks to switch system Ruby between 2.0.0 and 1.8.7. My use case is specifically for Alfred workflows development, since Alfred uses the system Ruby, and not the binaries from RVM or rbenv. It might come handy in similar situations where system Ruby is needed. Usage Type the switchruby keyword to see the menu option: The only actionable option is the first, which will switch between Ruby 2.0.0 and Ruby 1.8.7. The workflow will ask por Administration Privileges to continue. Installation Download the alfre
  6. Type Clipboard Workflow for Alfred App Simple workflow to write the clipboard content in those situations where ⌘ → V doesn't work, typically in non Cocoa application dialogs. It has happened to me in older Flash versions, Intellij IDEA and a few others. You have to go and paste with right clicking the mouse or pad... Atrocious!! Setup After installing the workflow you have to setup the default keyboard shortcut, since Alfred does not auto-import keyboard shortcuts on workflows. I use ⇧⌃⌥⌘ → V, since I don't use it that often. Alternatively, you can trigger the typing with the typeclipboard k
  7. Set Resolution Workflow for Alfred App Handy workflow to change between available screen resolutions, even between normal and HiDPI mode (Retina). It allows you to list and search available resolutions for each connected display, and action the result to do the change. The change persists between logout (ex: restart, shutdown, etc). It filter's out duplicated resolutions where a retina resolution is available, for example, if you have available 1280x960 in both retina and non-retina, you'll only see the retina option; no need to set the pixelated one. Usage Type the keyword setresolution to s
  8. Tmux Workflow for Alfred app Alfred workflow to manage tmux sessions, integrated with iTerm2. It can list current sessions, connect to them, kill them or create a new one. The connect or create action actually opens iTerm2 and connects to the session. Additionally, in all the open actions (new session or connect to session) it can cd to the current Finder's or Path Finder's directory. Please note: the workflow only handles tmux sessions. It doesn't handle windows, panes, or any other tmux command. Dependencies iTerm2 installed tmux installed in /usr/local/bin/tmux; easily installed with ho
  9. Screencapture enhancer for Alfred App Workflow to enhance OS X screencapture capabilities, particularly with the option to capture last captured area and naming options. The screencapture app that ships with OS X is quite Ok, but I've always missed being able to keep capturing the same previously captured region, for example for taking screenshots of different pages, where you define a region by taking the first screenshot, and then keep taking new ones in different pages. This workflow allows this by disabling the original OS X shortcuts and implementing the same shortcuts within the workfl
  10. ok, looks corrected, please let me know https://github.com/ramiroaraujo/alfred-transmit-workflow cheers
  11. wooops, I've missed your previous comment. I don't usually use FTP accounts without username I'll check it cheers
  12. @Colorful Tones, well actually it does use ImageAlpha also, check the description! It uses ImageOptim, ImageAlpha (for pngs) and JPEGmini (for jpegs). The workflow is a wrapper around a command line library (https://github.com/JamieMason/ImageOptim-CLI) that uses all this software in combination.
  13. great One thing I would add is an optional message. Say: timer 2m hey there! would Large Type "hey there!" instead of "2m"
  14. @Cicilia, corrected it. Let me know if ok
  15. @Cicilia, damn it! ok, but tell me one thing, given your screenshot, a list of FTPs is populated, right? then when do that error happen? on the other hand, looks like a text encoding error, I'll check myself and with the favorites file you sent me. edit: definitely text encoding issue, my bad, specially since I'm a spanish speaker I'll fix it asap cheers
  16. Text Tokenizer Workflow for Alfred app Workflow for tokenizing different text value input, and converting them back to a string with multiple syntaxes. It was basically thought as a text exapander to convert space separated works into quoted comma separated values, to use in different languages, mostly because of envy of Ruby's array notation %w(). Usage Type the keyword tokenizer, followed by a space and then a list of space, comma, semicolon, tab or newline separated values. You can also paste from the clipboard here, which is the only way of inserting tabs or newlines. As long as the inpu
  17. @everyone I rebuilt the workflow with a different XML parser, quite simpler actually. I've tested it in Mavericks only, but with both Ruby 2.0.0 and Ruby 1.8.7 (1.8.7 used in previous OS X versions), and in Transmit 4.4.5 and Transmit 4.4, which use XML and SQLite respectively. I Hope everything should work now. cheers
  18. updated the workflow to support folders, optimizing contained jpegs and pngs recursively.
  19. @Cicilia: OS version? Transmit version? Sure you downloaded the correct OS version? Describe "does not work", as in: no feedback at all? or feedback appears but does not trigger the Transmit app? Etc. Any chance you send me your Favorites.xml, maybe a part of it and with host, user, etc modified?
  20. I updated the workflow to work with both the XML and SQLite Favorites data source. I hope it works with all Transmit 4 versions now. Feedback welcome
  21. Well, after deleting all my Transmit prefs and updating to last Transmit 4.4.5 I can see there's a Favorites/Favorites.xml file and no Favoriltes.sqlite file, at least in a plain base install. I'm not sure right now under what circumstances the sqlite file is created/used. I'll check it
  22. Strange, can you try downloading the Applescript examples from Panic's support? Then run the "Basic Connection and File Transfer.scpt" script, and let me know if it tries to connect. If you can, update the script to connect to one of your favorites
  23. makes sense, It now searches in both favorite name and host name
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