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  1. Hey everyone, Just rustled up a quick workflow to generate a password of any length and automatically send it to the clipboard, with an option for your generated password to include non-alphanumeric characters in addition to alphanumeric ones or limit it to just alphanumeric characters. Whilst this not as secure a means of generating a password in comparison to tools such as 1password (as the password will be stored in the clear in the clipboard), I figured it might be useful for some of you denizens of the Alfred forums! So, for example, entering 'pwg 15' would result in a string like this: %gnf9tgTXtle5D) And, if you want a purely alphanumeric password, just hold down option when you press enter and you'll get something like this: pCwva7DJ2EMYkE2 You can specify any number of digits after 'pwg' to set the desired length of your password. Disclaimer: This workflow is for use 'as is', and I accept no responsibility for the security of any passwords that you generate via this workflow or any accounts that you secure with passwords generated via this workflow. [/legalese] Download here: Password Generator Workflow
  2. Top workflow, sir. You can also do this with the stock install of Alfred, without workflows – albeit with a couple more steps. Step 1: Find the app in Alfred as if you were going to launch it: Step 2: Press the right arrow key – this will show you what Alfred can do with the file. Select 'Open with...' Step 3: Type the name of your uninstaller of choice (in my case, Clean My Mac) and press return: Step 4: Cook up plans of how best to use those liberated bits and bytes from your hard drive!
  3. Great stuff, chaps – thanks for making it much more awesome than I was able to!
  4. Hey everyone! Just dipping my toe into the proverbial waters of Alfred 2 workflows, and managed to come up with this workflow. It creates a new named task in your OmniFocus inbox – it checks if OmniFocus is open and, if it's not, opens it so you don't have to. It's not particularly complicated or elegant, but I hope it's useful to a couple of you out there! DOWNLOAD: New OmniFocus Inbox Task Workflow
  5. Nice one – ipconfig rather unhelpfully doesn't return external IP address, so the easiest way to get what your current external IP address (as an IPv4) is to parse the curl output from a site that'll tell you. It's fairly easy to do this via a shell script: exip=$(curl -s http://ipecho.net/plain) echo "$exip" Hope that helps!
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