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cmsj

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  1. Hi I use the clipboard history, but I don't always want to paste, but sometimes I do. It would be great if I could hold cmd/alt/shift/ctrl/whatever to invert whatever the current default behaviour is Cheers, Chris
  2. Hey I thought it would be really nice to have options for the items in the clipboard viewer - hold alt to immediately paste, use the file buffer shortcuts to assemble a composite of several previous clipboards, etc. What do you think?
  3. Very nice. I find that ft seems to match FaceTime more than this plugin, I'd consider it suitable for a hotkey to go finder->terminal.
  4. Hi If you're typing away in IRC or IM or Word or whatever and you want to just quickly grab the URL from the tab you were just looking at in Safari, this is the workflow for you. https://www.dropbox.com/s/2q8xdry7am4xqvy/Paste%20current%20Safari%20URL.alfredworkflow It's hotkey based, so you'll want to go in and define a hotkey. There's also an alternate path which runs the URL through a shortener (tinyurl.com specifically). This was heavily based on "URL to Clipboard" by Michael Matochkin. Thanks Michael! Cheers, Chris
  5. Great workflow, very helpful. One thing that might be nice would be if it would show .local hosts before .icloud (i.e. Back To My Mac) hosts, but it doesn't make a huge difference imo Thanks!
  6. What about looking at the output of "diskutil list" for a volume called BOOTCAMP?
  7. Very nice. I noticed that "broadcasthost" shows up if I happen to type any of its characters. I'd not come across this before in OSX, but it appears to be an alias to 255.255.255.255, so is probably worth filtering out at some point
  8. Good point about the wildcards, my patch is not doing enough to exclude them. Should be sufficient to skip any line with * or ? in it. For me the killer feature of entries in the ssh config is that I can fake the name to combine various settings and then set the real host with the Hostname option. In that situation, the Host does not end up in known_hosts. Love the sound of Bonjour and BTMM support
  9. I added support for reading user-defined hosts from ~/.ssh/config: http://paste.ubuntu.com/5614867/ (can't believe I didn't think to write this workflow, thanks very much!)
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