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    StDt reacted to iveney in IP Geography Location   
    This workflow is handy when you want to quickly find out the geography location of your current external IP address. For example, when you use VPN, tor or proxy, you want to make sure (or just curious) where your IP is.
     
    Usage:
     
    loc <ip-address>  
    By default (without argument), it uses your own external IP address. Otherwise use the provided argument.
     

     
    Download: here.
    IMPORTANT: it uses the http://ipinfodb.com/ip_location_api.php for query. You may want to register your own API key, import the workflow and replace the string with your API key in the script.
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    StDt reacted to Efty.Edge in Youtube Downloader (Based on youtube-dl)   
    Hi.
     
    First i would like to thank David Ferguson and Subject22 for their help.
     
    The following Workflow automatic downloads the Youtube video which is opened in your Browser. To do this, the workflow made use of  the Python Script 'youtube-dl' developed by RICARDO GARCIA GONZALES and his Team. Here is the link to their project site: http://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/index.html
     
    I use this command line script since several month and it is fantastic, because it downloads a movie in the highest available qualitiy. Nothing more, nothing less. And the best - it supports...
     
    YouTube.com, metacafe.com, Google Video, Photobucket videos, Dailymotion, DepositFiles, blip.tv, vimeo, myvideo.de, The Daily Show / Colbert Nation, The Escapist, CollegeHumor, arte.tv, Soundcloud, xvideos, infoq, mixcloud, Stanford Open Content, Youku, MTV, XNXX, Google Plus, A generic downloader that works in some sites
     
    To download a video just open a youtube site in your browser and start the Workflow with the keyword. It is not necessary to view the video during the download, it can be paused. The download itself begins immediately and is finished if the final notification says so. The filename and the file extension of the downloaded video file is generated from the youtube-dl script. When finished the video resides on your Desktop.
     
    Sorry, but until the reported problem with the AllInOne workflow can be fixed, i will post the single versions. ;(
    Firefox
    Google Chrome
    Google Chrome Canary Opera Safari Webkit  
     
    Updates:
    2013-04-15: Split the AllInOne workflow to single ones
    2013-04-12: Support for Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox, Webkit, Opera, Google Chrome Canary
    2013-04-12: Pick the url from the frontmost browser
    2013-04-12: Error Handling and Notifications
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    StDt reacted to DJay in Flugstatus Search (German)   
    Quick workflow build of a flight and airport search via http://de.flightaware.com/
    You have to type either the flight number or the airport code to search. i.e. "flugstatus LH903" or "flughafen fra".
     
    It is helpful for me because I often have to check for specific flights and airport arrivals.
     
    Feel free to modify if you like. It's in german but I'm sure for those who like its easy to translate. 
     
    http://cl.ly/351x1V3k3T3e
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    StDt reacted to dteare in ER: further 1Password integration   
    This is a great idea. I'd love seeing this in 1Password and look forward to adding it
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    StDt reacted to Andrew in Alleyoop: Update Alfred Workflows   
    As posted at the top of this thread - While this is a convenient method for updating workflows, I cannot endorse the use of it unless you are fully aware of the security implications of blanket updating all of your workflows. I'm currently working on a built in workflow auto-updater, for a future Alfred 2 release, that performs the standard verification checks that Alfred currently does on manual import, along with migrating your hotkey/keyword settings on upgrading. I'll also be adding 3rd party workflow developer signatures to keep you safe.
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    StDt reacted to pstadler in Alleyoop: Update Alfred Workflows   
    Thanks for the effort. Added support for the following workflows:
    http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/942-screen-sharing-with-automatic-network-discovery/ http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/1248-mount-network-shares-with-automatic-discovery/ http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/1409-process-management-with-top-and-kill/
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    StDt reacted to phyllisstein in Alleyoop: Update Alfred Workflows   
    Note from Andrew: While this is a convenient method for updating workflows, I cannot endorse the use of it unless you are fully aware of the security implications of blanket updating all of your workflows. I'm currently working on a built in workflow auto-updater, for a future Alfred 2 release, that performs the standard verification checks that Alfred currently does on manual import, along with migrating your hotkey/keyword settings on upgrading. I'll also be adding 3rd party workflow developer signatures to keep you safe.
     
    Hey all,
    I've just completed a workflow designed to make it easier for workflow developers to push updates to their work. (And to their flows.) It's called Alleyoop, it's based very heavily on the concept behind David's old extension updater, and it works a little something like this:
    When you enter the query oop, it searches through the workflow folders for files named update.json. update.json indicates what version of the workflow is currently installed and where to check for an update. (The format is below.) Alleyoop downloads a remote json file, indicated in update.json, and if that file indicates a higher version, it downloads the workflow at the address given by the remote file. The user finds the workflow in his or her ~/Downloads directory and opens it. There is no step 4. Workflow developers can start implementing this workflow immediately. All you need is a static place to host a json file and an alfredworkflow file—so Github will do, failing all else, but Droplr won't. Place an update.json file in your workflow, with the following keys defined:
     
    { "version": 1.0, "remote_json": "http://alfred.daniel.sh/Updates/Things.json" }  
    version should be a float, meaning that 1.0 and 1.1 and 3.14159 are all valid, but 3.1.4 is not, and remote_json should point to a json file on a remote server that's defined like this:
    { "version": 1.5, "download_url": "http://alfred.daniel.sh/Workflows/Things.alfredworkflow", "description": "Brief description of the update." }  
    If the version on the remote server is greater than the version on the user's computer, s/he'll see something like this:

     
    Selecting a workflow from the list will download it. No fuss, no muss.
     
    And that's it! Enjoy implementing this, until we get a good package manager running again, and let me know if you run into any difficulties.
     
    Download Here
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    StDt reacted to pstadler in Mount network shares with automatic discovery   
    This is a workflow to mount your network shares with automatic discovery. No configuration or bookmarks required!
     
    Download — stable version. Please report problems here. Your computer won't explode and your shares are safe, I promise.
     


     
    Troubles?
    Make sure that both, Apple Filing Protocol (afp) and Samba (short smb, QNAP calls it "Microsoft Network") are enabled on your NAS. Due to the nature of the protocols and the available tools on OSX, both of them are required in order to disover network shares in your network. Also note that already mounted shares are not listed in Alfred. Enable guest access to the NAS, not for a specific share, but for the system in general if things don't work.
     
     
    The source code is available here: https://github.com/pstadler/alfred-mount
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    StDt reacted to JoeKueser in PLEASE VOTE: Your favourite workflows   
    Recent Downloads by Dajun Duan - http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/338-recent-downloads-with-feedback/
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    StDt reacted to mixterdee in PLEASE VOTE: Your favourite workflows   
    Weather D Ferguson
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    StDt reacted to Benzi in Battery - view summary stats about your laptop battery   
    Description: Shows summary information about your laptop battery (charge, time, status, charge cycles, and health - % of maximum charge your battery can now hold compared to its original design capacity)
    Usage: enter the keyword "battery"
    Tested on: Mountain Lion, MacBook Pro
    Download: from here
     
     
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    StDt reacted to Ginfuru in Screen shot with Aflred   
    Here is the GitHub Repo: https://github.com/ginfuru/Alfred-ScreenCapture
     
    I write a lot of documents that require me to take screen shots regularly, to show a process or steps for whatever is relavent. So I created this workflow to help me save time, while not having to rely on small apps that site in the menu bar and it fully taking advantage of features that are already built into the OS. 
     
    This workflow use a Keyword trigger to capture your screen either as a full screen, a selection, a window or timed PNG file and then opens up the file in Preview for annotating/editing. 
     
    Download it - http://rnydm.us/Ndbp        >>> http://i.makitra.in/Ndbp
     
     
    If you'd like to change the file format
     
    Edit :  
    screencapture -icWP ~/Desktop/{query}.png Change it to: 
    screencapture -icWP pdf ~/Desktop/{query}.pdf You can change this to really whatever format you want. 
     
     
     
    If you'd like to change what Application that opens
     
    Edit:
    screencapture -icWP ~/Desktop/{query}.png Change it to:
    screencapture -icW ~/Desktop/screenshot.png And link it to the OUTPUT Run Script 
     
     
    If you have questions just ask
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