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    Belfong got a reaction from PaulAstudillo in What can the Powerpack????   
    Regarding Timer, yes

     
     
    (it actually set the Timer in the system Clock application)

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    Belfong got a reaction from Alfredonna in What can the Powerpack????   
    Regarding Timer, yes

     
     
    (it actually set the Timer in the system Clock application)

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    Belfong reacted to Vero in Customizing target browser for web searches   
    @jrk If you prefer to choose which browser to open with on the fly, you can press the right arrow to see File Actions, and choose "Open URL in..." and choose your preferred browser.
     
    Normally, URLs you type will open in your default browser, but when you want to open in an alternative, using the action above takes no prior setup.
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    Belfong got a reaction from vitor in Rename Action — Rename files and folders   
    Hmm, that’s right. I’ve forgotten that I could trigger Universal Action from a Finder window. Thanks for the workflow. It works for what it is made for and I’m thankful. Saves lots of time especially with the files being every where. 
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    Belfong reacted to yohasebe in OpenAI Chat API Workflow   
    That is correct if you have installed only "mpv" and "sox" and not others listed on the GitHub page.
     
    If you have installed all the dependencies listed on the page, the following will remove all the dependencies listed on the GitHub README page of the workflow if you have installed all of them.
     
    brew uninstall pandoc mpv sox jq duti brew autoremove  
    Thank you for your kind words!
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    Belfong reacted to vitor in fzf-alfred-workflow   
    @Belfong
     
    brew uninstall fzf fd brew autoremove  
    First line removes what’s listed in the workflow’s page. Second line removes any dependencies which are no longer needed.
     
    But Homebrew is very self-contained, so leaving them installed is not a huge deal.
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    Belfong reacted to yohasebe in OpenAI Chat API Workflow   
    Hi, I am the author of this workflow for using OpenAI's API from Alfred 5. Here are the features:
     
    Interactive query/chat with GPT-3.5 / GPT-4 Image generation using DALL-E API Voice-to-text using Whisper API  
    Github Repo: https://github.com/yohasebe/openai-chat-api-workflow
     
    Dependencies:
    OpenAI API key Pandoc (available on Homebrew) for converting Markdown to HTML Sox (available on Homebrew) for recording audio from a microphone jq (available on Homebrew) for converting Markdown to HTML duti (available on Homebrew) for using Google Chrome instead of Safari (optional)
     


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    Belfong reacted to Paris-ci in Newer emojis in the Emoji Snippets Pack   
    Once again, just updated for emoji 15 if you want to take a look!

    There are a few variations on your favorite separator choice, so head out to the GitHub page to learn more : https://github.com/paris-ci/Alfred-Emoji-Pack-Update
     
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    Belfong got a reaction from zeitlings in Define Word - A Better Dictionary   
    Ah, I must have done that unknowingly. This is fixed. Thank you so much for this great workflow! I really like that I could increase the font size of the Preview window. That really helps this pair of old eyes!
     
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    Belfong reacted to zeitlings in Define Word - A Better Dictionary   
    @Belfong try to make it a habit to press Shift ⇧ to preview, as this will work for anything that can be previewed. Pressing return will always either pass an argument or cause an autocomplete. It is possible to show a quicklook preview this way, but it will open in a new window that has to be closed manually. At this point you can just open the dictionary application, which I think defeats the purpose.
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    Belfong reacted to kecinzer in Better Dictionaries   
    It's here - ~/Library/Application Support/Alfred/Workflow Data/mr.pennyworth.betterDicts.
    After you uninstall workflow, you can delete this folder.
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    Belfong reacted to vitor in Better Dictionaries   
    Yes.
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    Belfong reacted to sepulchra in Better Dictionaries   
    It looks like this workflow is not being actively maintained. As an alternative, you might look at this workflow that @zeitlings just developed: 
     
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    Belfong reacted to zeitlings in Color Picker   
    Pick a color to get its hex, rgba, hsl representation or NSColor initializer.
     

    Usage
    Activate the Color Sampler with the keyword (default: cp) and pick the desired color.

    Color History
    To review previously picked colors, activate the workflow with the keyword preceded by a colon (default: :cp).

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    Belfong reacted to cbrance in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    thanks @Belfong! 
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    Belfong got a reaction from Vero in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    One tip I'd like to share with new users here. It took me a few months to discover it. In Alfred, when we want to search for files, instead of launching app, you would press "space bar" and type the filename.
     
    In Spotify Mini, after you press the Hotkey to launch it, press "space bar" and Alfred will display a list of commands such as Play/Pause, Next, Previous, Add to Playlist, Volume Up and Down, etc. You can then use arrow key to choose which command you want and press Enter. The more times the command is used, e.g. you press Play/Pause a lot of times, Alfred will auto sort it to the top of the line. This makes it VERY easy to use Spotify Mini without needing to remember the command.
     
    Try it!
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    Belfong reacted to vitor in Window Switcher — Switch to a specific window of an app in the current Desktop Space   
    AppleScript is noticeably slower and it cannot guarantee window order. This workflow specifically moved away from it. It will also not show Safari (or any other browser) tabs, that is out of scope as it would drown relevant results (and again, be slow). There are other workflows which can do that, and there are Automation Tasks which return information on browser tabs which can both be used to get tabs and switch to them.
     
    This workflow should be considered feature complete. It does what it sets out to do, and does it as fast as possible within the available constraints. I carefully weighted all pros and cons of every possibility and this is what it has landed on.
     
    The workflow is still maintained: it will get bug fixes if any are found and updated to newer macOS versions if necessary. It may also get tweaks in behaviour if they are reasonably small and don’t affect the workflow as a whole. But what it does will not change unless new relevant possibilities are added to macOS.
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    Belfong got a reaction from vitor in Window Switcher — Switch to a specific window of an app in the current Desktop Space   
    Came here to praise Spotify Mini and discovered this workflow! Oh wow! It's so good, it might just sherlocked Witch, which is a tool I used to Alt-Tab into each open window. But Witch is slow. Alfred is FAST!
     
    And, I can even show only Excel windows by "win excel" or "win preview" for PDFs! Excellent!
    Or,
    Ctrl-Alt-W (my hotkey) and type excel ... Thank you.
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    Belfong reacted to vitor in Window Switcher — Switch to a specific window of an app in the current Desktop Space   
    Usually I’d be all for submitting such Feedback to Apple, and I’d even have a number you could duplicate in Feedback Assistant, but I doubt in this case it’s going to make a difference because Apple’s own tools work like that: In the Shortcuts app, add a “Find Windows” and tell it to find “All Windows”. Then run the Shortcut. You’ll only see the windows in the current Desktop too. But if you still want to open a report, you can mention the “Quartz Window Services”.
     
    Unrelated to that, just pushed a new release (2023.5) which changes how unnamed windows are presented (now it’s the name of the app instead of “Unnamed”).
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    Belfong reacted to AnnieYazbeck in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    I have acrossed this page: Spotify Mini Player to find the Alfred Spotify Mini Player, which could be one of the best mini player for Spotify for me to control Spotify music at my fingertips. 
    Thanks very much for your hardworking and keep move on!
    Have a nice day! 😜
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    Belfong reacted to enclave9 in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    I created a user profile on these forums just to thank the creator of this workflow. It's incredible. Thank you!
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    Belfong reacted to vitor in Exclude files from search   
    Just released Ignore in Alfred, a Workflow to do this faster and more conveniently. It uses a new Automation Task to tag (or remove the tag from) the files and folder trees you want to ignore with alfred:ignore.
     
    Note that when you ignore a whole directory tree, you’re ignoring the folder and each file individually. If you move a file outside the folder, it will continue to be ignored. If you move a new file into it, it won’t be ignored. This is when you’ll use reignore in the Workflow, to easily reapply the label to a folder’s contents. With unignore, you’ll be able to search only previously ignored files and folders.
     
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    Belfong got a reaction from snoop182 in Using "define" to check Dictionary   
    Are there any plans to make a dictionary lookup result to show in more than one lines?
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    Belfong reacted to vdesabou in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    For that you can activate shuffle directly from the workflow
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    Belfong reacted to deanishe in Password Protect (some) Snippets   
    There's a command-line Keychain client called security.

    And you just use security find-generic-password -a <account> -s <service> -w to get the password. You can add a password with security add-generic-password -a <account> -s <service> -w <password>, though I usually use Keyboard Maestro to add new passwords.
     
    Then you connect that up however you want. Perhaps a Snippet Trigger, or a List Filter.
     
    I tend to prefer entering passwords by typing them (tell application "System Events" to keystroke "<password>") rather than using the clipboard where possible.
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