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    R4z3r got a reaction from Carlos-Sz in Up and Running With the Alfred App Powerpack   
    Hey Guys,
     
    This is kinda a shameless plug but I wanted to share it because I think it may be helpful to some people. If you don't want to read this because it's a shameless plug, I understand.
     
    If you are considering purchasing the Powerpack, and are unsure of what it really does, or if you own it and are looking to learn more about the features it provides, I wrote a tutorial for MacTuts+ which was posted today. The second part of the article will be posted tomorrow, and I encourage you to take a look at them if you want to learn more. Today's is the basics, while tomorrow focuses on Workflows — understanding them, using them, and creating them.
     
    Up and Running With the Alfred Powerpack — The Basics: http://bit.ly/190gcr1
    Up and Running With the Alfred Powerpack — Workflows: http://bit.ly/11wN321
     
     
    Thanks for reading and I hope you find it helpful!
    -Kevin Kirsche
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    R4z3r got a reaction from mklement0 in Workflow Version Number   
    I would like to request the addition of version numbers for Alfred Workflows. As developers expand the workflows, I think it would be nice for them to be able to set the version number so it's easier to see what version  you have and what version a developer has released. If added to the Bundle ID / Created By / Website, I think that would be nice. If displayed in small darker grey print next to the workflow name, that would be nice and easy, out of the way, and of value to both users, developers and you (as you can see if they are using an out of date workflow, etc.)
     
    Thanks! I hope to see this soon!
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    R4z3r reacted to Carlos-Sz in Transmit: Upload + URL to the clipboard (1.5)   
    Transmit: Upload + URL to the clipboard

    Usage
    select a file in Finder bring Alfred and type the keyword tup select a Transmit favorite and hit return key You can also use Alfred File Action to upload a file with Transmit. After selecting a file you will be prompted, within Alfred, to select a Transmit Favorite.

    You can also open a Favorite in Transmit by holding fn key.
     
    Note that you can search a Transmit favorite considering not only the its name but also its properties such as protocol, user name, address, remote path and port.



    URL to the clipboard

    After the upload is finished, the file URL will be copied to the clipboard. Note that the URL will depend on your Transmit Favorite Root URL setting.
     
    What’s new 1.5
     
    The favorite will be opened in a new tab when it is possible Added favorite details such as protocol, user name, address, remote path and port Searching: favorite name and other properties
    Download

    Version 1.5
    Release date: 14 Apr 2013
    Requirement: Transmit 4.3.3
    Supports Alleyoop 2
    Download Now
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    R4z3r reacted to Carlos-Sz in Transmit: Upload + URL to the clipboard (1.5)   
    OK. You would like to find a Favorite based on other properties rather than only its name. I think it’s possible.
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    R4z3r reacted to Gaetano in Yet another Wi-Fi Workflow...in Perl   
    Hi all,
    I know, there is plenty of smart Wi-Fi toggle workflows out there so it's hard to believe we need another. Anyway, this is the one I made by myself, in Perl, adding some bells and whistles like current IPv4/v6 address, MAC address as well as the SSID of the current connection.
     
    It looks like this:
     

     
    If you like it you can download it from this page.
     
    As usual, any comment is the very welcome 
     
    Have a nice day
    Gaetano
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    R4z3r got a reaction from bcometa in TV Show Information Workflow — via TVRage   
    I think it's a TV Rage issue as I can't get it to speed up whether used on a normal PHP website or in the app. I'm looking at adding the next episode time. I hadn't heard of Alleyoop but can implement it if you're interested. Just will take me a day or so to get everything ready
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    R4z3r got a reaction from bcometa in TV Show Information Workflow — via TVRage   
    Hi Everyone,
     
    I've been working on putting together a TV show information workflow that will get you information about the TV show that you are searching for. I have it currently setup for two different options of handling it. This workflow shows you the Show Name, Show Status (Returning, On the Bubble/TBD, or Cancelled), and (depending on the status) air time, air day, and network or number of seasons it ran for on what network. See github for the most recent version, code, and configuration options.
     
    To switch between 12-hour time and 24-hour time, use the keyword:
    enable12hr
    or
    enable24hr
     
    These will switch whether the script displays 12 or 24 hour time.
     
    Current Version: 1.0
     

     
     
    Option 1:
    Use the 'tv' keyword in the Alfred prompt to begin the workflow, then type the name of the TV show that you would like to search for and it will return the information about that show to you in the window. Pressing "Return" on the keyboard will open TVRage to the show's page. Option 2:
    Use a hotkey of your choice to pass your current text selection to the workflow and begin the search as above.  
    Known issues that I am working on or that I am looking to add:
    TV Episode search (so you can find information about specific episodes) — BETA 12 hour time version (currently, time is displayed in 24-hour time) Fix "seasons" on cancelled shows to correctly match singular or plural numbers Add easier timezone support. Add Alleyoop Suport  
    Download here:
    https://github.com/kkirsche/TVRage-Alfred_Workflow/blob/master/TVRage_Show_Search_RELEASE.alfredworkflow?raw=true
     
    Github can be seen here:
    https://github.com/kkirsche/TVRage-Alfred_Workflow
     
    Please let me know if you have any questions, comments, suggestions, etc. I hope you like it!
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    R4z3r reacted to jdfwarrior in PHP: Remember to set time zone before use of strftime()   
    Indeed it will. Also, another good tip would be to..
     
    <?php $tz_string = exec('systemsetup -gettimezone'); $tz = substr( $tz_string, ( strpos( $tz_string, ": " ) + 2 ) ); ?>  
    Then do
    date_default_timezone_set( $tz );  
    That will grab the computers timezone and use that to set the current.
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    R4z3r reacted to hzlzh in [Workflow List] Submit &Share you Workflows on AlfredWorkflow.com   
    [updated] 390+ workflows added.
     
    I love Alfred 2 Wordflow very much, so I made this new collection site to download and share workflow from everybody.
     
    many workflows have been added, also you can submit yours or others workflows, just keep their Author Name and Released Page please.
     
    Website: http://www.alfredworkflow.com/
    Submit you Works: http://www.alfredworkflow.com/submit-alfred-workflow/
     
    ps: This is an un-offical site and all the workflows can be added to the site even if it is a small action.
     
    Enjoy~


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    R4z3r reacted to cjlucas in Tower Repositories (v1.0)   
    Quickly access your Tower git repositories
     
    I finally got around to checking out Alfred today, and I was so blown away by the workflows feature that I decided to write one.
     

     
     
    Github: https://github.com/cjlucas/tower-alfred-workflow
     
    The latest packaged workflow can be found here.
     
    I will be checking for bug reports here as well as on Github.  It'll be easier to diagnose bugs if I have your Tower bookmark's file as well (it can be found here: ~/Library/Application Support/Tower/Bookmarks.plist). If you'd prefer to not have it posted in public, you can send me a message on here or on Github.
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    R4z3r got a reaction from bencfd in TV Show Information Workflow — via TVRage   
    Hi Everyone,
     
    I've been working on putting together a TV show information workflow that will get you information about the TV show that you are searching for. I have it currently setup for two different options of handling it. This workflow shows you the Show Name, Show Status (Returning, On the Bubble/TBD, or Cancelled), and (depending on the status) air time, air day, and network or number of seasons it ran for on what network. See github for the most recent version, code, and configuration options.
     
    To switch between 12-hour time and 24-hour time, use the keyword:
    enable12hr
    or
    enable24hr
     
    These will switch whether the script displays 12 or 24 hour time.
     
    Current Version: 1.0
     

     
     
    Option 1:
    Use the 'tv' keyword in the Alfred prompt to begin the workflow, then type the name of the TV show that you would like to search for and it will return the information about that show to you in the window. Pressing "Return" on the keyboard will open TVRage to the show's page. Option 2:
    Use a hotkey of your choice to pass your current text selection to the workflow and begin the search as above.  
    Known issues that I am working on or that I am looking to add:
    TV Episode search (so you can find information about specific episodes) — BETA 12 hour time version (currently, time is displayed in 24-hour time) Fix "seasons" on cancelled shows to correctly match singular or plural numbers Add easier timezone support. Add Alleyoop Suport  
    Download here:
    https://github.com/kkirsche/TVRage-Alfred_Workflow/blob/master/TVRage_Show_Search_RELEASE.alfredworkflow?raw=true
     
    Github can be seen here:
    https://github.com/kkirsche/TVRage-Alfred_Workflow
     
    Please let me know if you have any questions, comments, suggestions, etc. I hope you like it!
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    R4z3r got a reaction from drking in Faves - Formerly Favorite Folders   
    Hey @nikipore,
     
    I'm not getting any action on any folder anywhere. They are the actual folders and not symbolic links as well. Whether it's the /etc/  or /Library/ or the Desktop as shown in that picture, none of them get me to see an action. I haven't been able to see "Add to Favorites" anywhere. The 'favs' keyword works correctly as expected (just shows that there are no favorite folders.
     
    EDIT:
    Figured it out, by default my settings in "File Search" > "Actions" > "Show Actions:" did NOT have -> as a command for show actions. The default was just fn or ctrl. 
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    R4z3r got a reaction from rice.shawn in HOW TO: Easy configuration for users [php]   
    Hey Everyone, 

    I just wanted to share my solution for using a keyword to modify an option. I added a config.json file to my workflow and require it in my script filter. This allows me easily access and modify the values.
     
    Hope it helps!
     
    See how I did it in my workflow:
    https://github.com/kkirsche/TVRage-Alfred_Workflow
     
    For mine, for time's sake, I did:
    $string = file_get_contents('config.json'); $decodedJSON = json_decode($string, true); $decodedJSON['12hrtimezone'] = true; $encodedJSON = json_encode($decodedJSON); file_put_contents('config.json', $encodedJSON);
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    R4z3r got a reaction from Kennon Bickhart in TV Show Information Workflow — via TVRage   
    Hi Everyone,
     
    I've been working on putting together a TV show information workflow that will get you information about the TV show that you are searching for. I have it currently setup for two different options of handling it. This workflow shows you the Show Name, Show Status (Returning, On the Bubble/TBD, or Cancelled), and (depending on the status) air time, air day, and network or number of seasons it ran for on what network. See github for the most recent version, code, and configuration options.
     
    To switch between 12-hour time and 24-hour time, use the keyword:
    enable12hr
    or
    enable24hr
     
    These will switch whether the script displays 12 or 24 hour time.
     
    Current Version: 1.0
     

     
     
    Option 1:
    Use the 'tv' keyword in the Alfred prompt to begin the workflow, then type the name of the TV show that you would like to search for and it will return the information about that show to you in the window. Pressing "Return" on the keyboard will open TVRage to the show's page. Option 2:
    Use a hotkey of your choice to pass your current text selection to the workflow and begin the search as above.  
    Known issues that I am working on or that I am looking to add:
    TV Episode search (so you can find information about specific episodes) — BETA 12 hour time version (currently, time is displayed in 24-hour time) Fix "seasons" on cancelled shows to correctly match singular or plural numbers Add easier timezone support. Add Alleyoop Suport  
    Download here:
    https://github.com/kkirsche/TVRage-Alfred_Workflow/blob/master/TVRage_Show_Search_RELEASE.alfredworkflow?raw=true
     
    Github can be seen here:
    https://github.com/kkirsche/TVRage-Alfred_Workflow
     
    Please let me know if you have any questions, comments, suggestions, etc. I hope you like it!
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    R4z3r reacted to Tyler Eich in [PHP] Leverage Alfred Search to find closest match in array   
    The levenshtein function is quite useful. I have also used this code:
    $fuzzy = preg_replace('/(.)/', '$1.*', $query); preg_match("/$fuzzy/i", $haystack);  
    It's been a while since I used this (and it may not work as I expect), but it's supposed to replace each character with the character and a fuzzy space .*
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    R4z3r got a reaction from Amoftcoorb in [PHP] Leverage Alfred Search to find closest match in array   
    Hey,
     
    I was wondering if there was a good way to leverage the search autocomplete via PHP. I am looking to add easy timezone support to my workflow (based on these timezones — http://www.php.net/manual/en/timezones.php). I would like to make a PHP array with autocomplete suggestions for the user to make it easier for them to set the timezone. I believe I could use PHP's levenshtein function to find the closest matches to the input, but was wondering if there is a better way of doing this before passing it to the script to save to the JSON config file.
     
    I would like, if possible, to first autocomplete the country, then once the backslash appears to begin matching against the locations in that country. If there is a best way to utilize alfred to do this, please let me know. If not, I can use a combo of levenshtein and conditionals I think to do it. It may not be hard to modify one line of code, but anyway to make it easier for people is better.
     
    Thanks!
  17. Like
    R4z3r got a reaction from Amoftcoorb in HOW TO: Easy configuration for users [php]   
    Hey Everyone, 

    I just wanted to share my solution for using a keyword to modify an option. I added a config.json file to my workflow and require it in my script filter. This allows me easily access and modify the values.
     
    Hope it helps!
     
    See how I did it in my workflow:
    https://github.com/kkirsche/TVRage-Alfred_Workflow
     
    For mine, for time's sake, I did:
    $string = file_get_contents('config.json'); $decodedJSON = json_decode($string, true); $decodedJSON['12hrtimezone'] = true; $encodedJSON = json_encode($decodedJSON); file_put_contents('config.json', $encodedJSON);
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    R4z3r got a reaction from Tyler Eich in Workflow Version Number   
    I would like to request the addition of version numbers for Alfred Workflows. As developers expand the workflows, I think it would be nice for them to be able to set the version number so it's easier to see what version  you have and what version a developer has released. If added to the Bundle ID / Created By / Website, I think that would be nice. If displayed in small darker grey print next to the workflow name, that would be nice and easy, out of the way, and of value to both users, developers and you (as you can see if they are using an out of date workflow, etc.)
     
    Thanks! I hope to see this soon!
  19. Like
    R4z3r got a reaction from scottwf in Workflow Version Number   
    I would like to request the addition of version numbers for Alfred Workflows. As developers expand the workflows, I think it would be nice for them to be able to set the version number so it's easier to see what version  you have and what version a developer has released. If added to the Bundle ID / Created By / Website, I think that would be nice. If displayed in small darker grey print next to the workflow name, that would be nice and easy, out of the way, and of value to both users, developers and you (as you can see if they are using an out of date workflow, etc.)
     
    Thanks! I hope to see this soon!
  20. Like
    R4z3r reacted to jdfwarrior in Advice on returning result of script in Alfred?   
    That's somewhat what I had suggested above. Several users have done this for workflows that require an internet connection. If the length of the input string is less than 3 characters, don't fire (returning no results). Once you hit the 3rd character, start searching. By waiting a little longer for a longer string length, you reduce the size of the result site from the external resource and typically speeds things up a little.
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    R4z3r got a reaction from Leech in TV Show Information Workflow — via TVRage   
    Hi Everyone,
     
    I've been working on putting together a TV show information workflow that will get you information about the TV show that you are searching for. I have it currently setup for two different options of handling it. This workflow shows you the Show Name, Show Status (Returning, On the Bubble/TBD, or Cancelled), and (depending on the status) air time, air day, and network or number of seasons it ran for on what network. See github for the most recent version, code, and configuration options.
     
    To switch between 12-hour time and 24-hour time, use the keyword:
    enable12hr
    or
    enable24hr
     
    These will switch whether the script displays 12 or 24 hour time.
     
    Current Version: 1.0
     

     
     
    Option 1:
    Use the 'tv' keyword in the Alfred prompt to begin the workflow, then type the name of the TV show that you would like to search for and it will return the information about that show to you in the window. Pressing "Return" on the keyboard will open TVRage to the show's page. Option 2:
    Use a hotkey of your choice to pass your current text selection to the workflow and begin the search as above.  
    Known issues that I am working on or that I am looking to add:
    TV Episode search (so you can find information about specific episodes) — BETA 12 hour time version (currently, time is displayed in 24-hour time) Fix "seasons" on cancelled shows to correctly match singular or plural numbers Add easier timezone support. Add Alleyoop Suport  
    Download here:
    https://github.com/kkirsche/TVRage-Alfred_Workflow/blob/master/TVRage_Show_Search_RELEASE.alfredworkflow?raw=true
     
    Github can be seen here:
    https://github.com/kkirsche/TVRage-Alfred_Workflow
     
    Please let me know if you have any questions, comments, suggestions, etc. I hope you like it!
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    R4z3r got a reaction from Weaselboy in So How Do I Upgrade from V1?   
    I think that while some are upset, and I was at first, it's because they resist change personally. At the end of the day, re-examining how you use the app is worthwhile. With new additions, tons of changes, and whatnot, it was a refresher for me on what Alfred could do. While I was annoyed, it has added to my knowledge and increased my usage. Was it "a waste of time"? No. Basic settings are easy to copy over. Open both preferences next to each other and it takes like...20 minutes? More if you have more custom searches. But basic migration can be done by users, combined with David's scripts, I think it's a great decision that was made. Don't attack the developer for releasing a quality product that is significantly redesigned. You don't have to update today. You can do it when you have time.

    Great work to the developers. Keep it up.
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    R4z3r got a reaction from faithengineer in Frustrated with the Powerpack Upgrade Cost   
    If it helps, I was frustrated too until I started using workflows. Now I think it was worth it. I do wish I had just done the mega supporter instead of the single user when I upgraded. :\ maybe I can upgrade my single to mega supporter?
  24. Like
    R4z3r reacted to jdfwarrior in REQUEST: Intro to Workflow Programming   
    Most would agree that the workflows and extensions I've created in the past have some of the most elaborate ones created. The majority of mine are created in PHP and bash scripts. While I don't have a tutorial (may try to make a simple screencast soon) but I am available to help you with anything you could possibly need. I've got a workflows library I've created for php that allows you easily do things and provide feedback into Alfred as well.
    Basically, anything you need, ask away. I'd be happy to help. That's what I'm here for.
  25. Like
    R4z3r got a reaction from Andrew in So How Do I Upgrade from V1?   
    I think that while some are upset, and I was at first, it's because they resist change personally. At the end of the day, re-examining how you use the app is worthwhile. With new additions, tons of changes, and whatnot, it was a refresher for me on what Alfred could do. While I was annoyed, it has added to my knowledge and increased my usage. Was it "a waste of time"? No. Basic settings are easy to copy over. Open both preferences next to each other and it takes like...20 minutes? More if you have more custom searches. But basic migration can be done by users, combined with David's scripts, I think it's a great decision that was made. Don't attack the developer for releasing a quality product that is significantly redesigned. You don't have to update today. You can do it when you have time.

    Great work to the developers. Keep it up.
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