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    vdesabou reacted to deanishe in [PYTHON FIX] How to fix Python workflows hanging Alfred on Sierra   
    There is a bug in my (unofficial) Alfred-Workflow library that causes very many workflows using it to hang quite dramatically on Sierra.
     
    If you are affected (i.e. you see Alfred's CPU usage spike to 100%), Activity Monitor will show two Python processes like this (choose View > All Processes, Hierarchically), with the bottom one at ~99% CPU (this screenshot is actually of a non-misbehaving workflow):
     

     
    Download and run this workflow, which will update any old versions of Alfred-Workflow in your installed workflows.
     
    That should get your workflows working again until the workflow developers can push official fixes.
     
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    vdesabou got a reaction from xilopaint in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    Guys, I heard you and I'm happy to announce that I've integrated this request in the new version of the workflow (6.5)
     

     
    See related article here http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com/articles/green-theme/
     
    Enjoy version 6.5!
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    vdesabou reacted to deanishe in Dynamic (using variable) "Search Scope" for "File Filter"   
    Yes, you can. That's what the JSON Config utility is for. See the "Dynamic File Search" example workflow included with Alfred.
     
    Moving this to the "Workflow Help & Questions" forum, as the requested feature already exists (if I've correctly understood what you want to do).
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    vdesabou got a reaction from cands in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    Version 7.1 is out http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com/blog/Version-7.1/
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    vdesabou got a reaction from GhostTheSavage in Share using Mountain Lion Built-in Sharing (Version 1.11)   
    Message option is there:
     

     
    I'm not using this workflow myself, so I'm not planning to improve it, but the code is available for free here https://github.com/vdesabou/alfred-mac-osx-sharing, you can tweak it as you like and even do pull requests !
     
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    vdesabou got a reaction from nikivi in Share using Mountain Lion Built-in Sharing (Version 1.11)   
    alfred-mountain-lion-builtin-sharing
    ==========================
    Use built-in sharing introduced in Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion directly from Alfred!
    Description
    This workflow is using the amazing command line terminal-share
    You can call directly share command (or use a hotkey) if you just want to share a message.
    If you want to share a file (image, video or any other kind), you can select it using a File Action, or set a hotkey.
    It currently supports all services except sinaweibo,youku and tudou (I can add them in a future release).
    Based on the type of the selected file, services proposed will change.
    Here are some examples:
    Screenshots

    Download the workflow
    Download the workflow below and open in Alfred.
    Download Workflow
    History
    1.11:
    Move to GitHub 1.10:fix AllayOop version 1.9:Added hotkeys to call built-in facebook, twitter, imessage and email 1.8:
    Fix problem introduced in version 1.7 with files names with spaces 1.7:Fixed a bug where image was not displayed in the sharing window 1.6:Start Droplr if needed before trying to upload 1.5:Added support of droplr (using cmd modifier). It will upload selected file to Droplr, and then paste at the end of the message the url. It only works with facebook, twitter, imessage and email (other services don't use message). 1.4:Improve handling of special characters 1.3: The terminal-share is now included is the workflow Twitter issue is fixed Minor fixes 1.2:Added abilitity to cancel file sharing by selecting the Selected file entry 1.1:Support of Alleyoop 1.0:Initial Version Creditsterminal-share
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    vdesabou got a reaction from multicolor in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    alfred-spotify-mini-player.com

    Find all information on dedicated website: alfred-spotify-mini-player.com
    Follow on Twitter @TheMiniPlayer to get all news

    Features



    Example


     
     
    PS: If you have a problem with the workflow, do not spend time reading the forum post, the workflow has been rewritten many times! Follow instructions from here http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com/articles/support/ instead
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    vdesabou got a reaction from nikivi in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    Version 7.0 is out ! 
     

     
    Get it here http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com
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    vdesabou got a reaction from Vero in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    Version 7.0 is out ! 
     

     
    Get it here http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com
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    vdesabou reacted to Andrew in fn modifier broken ? [Fixed 3.2 b748 pre-release]   
    Interesting spot! I've just spent a bit of time investigating this and it looks like macOS 10.12 has different behaviour where using fn+return passes the mods as being the number pad enter key so it's treated differently in Alfred. I'll get this fixed shortly and do another pre-release
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    vdesabou got a reaction from WKNDRD in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    Guys, I heard you and I'm happy to announce that I've integrated this request in the new version of the workflow (6.5)
     

     
    See related article here http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com/articles/green-theme/
     
    Enjoy version 6.5!
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    vdesabou got a reaction from thec13 in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    Version 6.4 is out !
     
    See blog post http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com/blog/Version-6.4/
     
    Download it here http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com
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    vdesabou reacted to nikivi in Your must-have workflows?   
    Really love threads like this, would love to hear other people's choices. I even made a repo with all the great stuff I use here : https://github.com/nikitavoloboev/my-mac-os
     
    Here are the workflows that I use from it :
     
    Searchio (allows me to quickly search Google, Youtube, Wikipedia, Google Images and Maps quickly and with autosuggestions being provided with every query I type. I can quickly press command + caps lock and type anything I want and use the wonderful power of Google to answer any question that I have. Dash (as mentioned before, it allows me to very quickly search through any docset that I have downloaded for anything I want, it allows me to also scope my search for any specific docset that I want to search. I have it binded to left option and caps lock. Github Command Bar (allows me to quickly find any repository that I want, search through Github, go to my current issues, my dashboard and a lot lot more) Stack Overflow (Stack Overflow search from Alfred with autosuggestions, very often I still just use Google to do my search queries but this allows me to more specifically target Stack Overflow and also see the results from the Alfred prompt itself. currentURL (a very simple workflow that simply gets the url of currently active Safari tab and puts it into system clipboard, I use it a lot as I often want to add a link to some list in 2Do or have it be pasted to some text I am writing) Pocket (allows me to quickly save an article I am reading to Pocket for later reading, I can also go through and search any article that I want to read, archive an article that I have read already in the browser but still want to keep in Pocket)  Units (if I even am in need to do any kind of conversion, I do it here) Safari Search (use it all the time now, can instantly search through any bookmarks that I have saved in Safari as well as go through my history. The search is instant and very accurate, it also learns from what you usually choose.) Spotify Mini Player (mentioned it briefly above, but this is an absolutely phenomenal tool that allows me to essentially control through the entirety of Spotify client through a quick Alfred prompt) (very powerful workflow) And here is an imgur album of all the workflows that I have and use : https://imgur.com/a/P2S8T
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    vdesabou reacted to dk3 in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    I love spotify mini player but wasn't a huge fan of the icons so I made my own. 
     
    You can download them here: dropbox.com/s/zvs4f3bq5qwpjyc/images.zip?dl=0
     
     

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    vdesabou reacted to surrealroad in Reminders   
    This creates a new reminder in Reminders.app
    Download the latest version, for Alfred v3+ and macOS 10.12+
    For older versions, go here.
    Usage
    To use, just type r <some text> into Alfred.
    For example, r check out some of Alfred's other workflows will create a new reminder called "check out some of Alfred's other workflows".
    You can also include times and dates in the text and have Alfred set a reminder for that particular time.
    r this will capture the current application and turn it into a reminder.
    r help will show some built-in examples.

    Dates
    To be reminded at a specific date/time, simply type a date into the command, for example:
    r today release the hamsters into the wild r tomorrow bring about financial ruin upon my enemies r in 5 minutes drop everything r in 2 hours laugh out loud r on 24/12/13 forget everything I know about things in movies r on 12 June 15 come up with some interesting ideas r on 31-12-99 23:22 panic about the millennium bug r at 2pm wait for nothing in particular r next thursday at 15.30 ask some difficult questions
    Priority
    To set the priority of the reminder, either use exclamation marks right at the start or end of the command (! for low priority, !! for medium priority, !!! for high priority), or type the priority right at the end of the command (these can also be abbreviated, for example mp or p lo). For example:
    r !!! in 2 weeks an important meeting r thursday have a banana medium priority r decide what to have for lunch !lo r make a turkey sandwich p3 Lists
    To choose a list to use on a per-reminder basis, type in <list name> list right at the end of the command, for example r Get Santa outfit !2 in Christmas list. If a matching list can't be found, you won't be able to action the command.
    In all other cases, the default Reminders list will be used (typically the first one). If you prefer, you can edit the defaultList variable within the workflow's Arg and Vars node (note that you'll have to edit this each time you upgrade the workflow however).
    Apps
    Get reminded about the app you're using, for example the selected file in Finder, or the current tab in Chrome or Safari.
    To create a reminder about the active app, simply type r this. Or keep typing to set a date, priority or a custom title, for example r this drop some sick beats on Friday !!!.
    The following apps are currently supported:
    Adobe Acrobat (Pro/DX) Chromium Contacts Finder FoldingText Google Chrome Google Chrome Canary Mail Mailplane 3 Microsoft PowerPoint Microsoft Word Safari TextEdit TextMate Vienna WebKit Apps can be added on request. Just raise an issue with the app you use. As long as it's freely available and has AppleScript support, it can be added.
    Getting help
    r help will display the above examples
    All sorts of combinations are possible!
    Configuration
    If you want to change the default reminder list, edit the variables component at the top of the workflow, otherwise it will just use the first one (unless you use "in Y list" at the end).
    External Trigger
    To call the workflow as an external trigger, use applescript such as
    tell application "Alfred 3" to run trigger "remind" in workflow "com.surrealroad.alfred-reminder" with argument "something tomorrow at 5pm"  
     
    Changelog
    v74 (Thursday, 3 August 2017) – Fixed an issue where impartial queries did not get parsed (thanks Nibblesh!)
    v73 (Friday, 21 July 2017) - Added support for Mailplane 3 (thanks devguydavid!), ensure dates are always in the future (thanks saeedmahani!), added external trigger
    v72 (Monday, 6 March 2017) – Quit reminders if needed when complete
    v71 (Saturday, 4 March 2017) – Added built-in help
    v70 (Friday, 3 March 2017) – Added OneUpdater
    v69 (Tuesday, 3 January 2017) – Added support for different lists
    v68 (Friday, 9 December 2016) – Added remaining app handlers, escaped paths
    v67 (Thursday, 8 December 2016) – Added support for app-secific reminders
    v66 (Thursday, 8 December 2016) - Added support for priorities
    v65 (Thursday, 8 December 2016) – Fixed reminders app hanging temporarily after creating a new reminder
    v64 (Wednesday, 7 December 2016) – Rewritten from the ground up in JavaScript for Automation. Now requires Alfred v3+, MacOS Sierra+.
    NEW: Enhanced date/time natural language parsing. Never worry about the correct syntax again!
    NEW: Better messaging about what will happen when actioning the item.
    FIXED: (Hopefully) improved performance.
    Note: there are still several features that have not been carried across to this version. As such, this should be considered a beta version.
    Monday, 24 October 2016 – Add support for Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat Pro, OneNote, Powerpoint (Thanks to catgsmith!)
    Friday, 3 June 2016 – Compatbility for users who did not previously have Alfred v2 installed
    Wednesday, 28 October 2015 - attempted fix for reminders not quitting on OS <10.9
    Tuesday, 27 October 2015 - fix for reminders not closing after adding a new reminder
    Thursday, 15 October 2015 – compatibility for OS 10.11 El Capitan (and hopefully future releases)
    Wednesday, 21 January 2015 – added pattern “r in {x} days at {time} to {something}” 
    Thursday, 30 October 2014 – days can now be abbreviated to 3 or more characters (e.g. “tod”, “tomo”, “thurs”, etc.), minutes can be abbreviated to “min” or “mins”, hours can be abbreviated to “hr”; the priority of the reminder can now be specified by “ !” at the end of the query, “ !1”,“ !2”,“ !3” each with increasing priorities
    Wednesday, 22 October 2014 – fixed cache process errors on OS 10.10, workaround for apple bug #18734006 on OS 10.10
    Tuesday, 21 October 2014 – addressed some internal errors (which should also improve performance a little), notifications should now be working on OS 10.10, fixed Mail integration on OS 10.10, Mail integration now takes the most recent message if multiple messages (or a conversation) are selected
    Saturday, 26 July 2014 – Disable showing reminders in OS 10.10 (Yosemite)
    Thursday, 9 January 2014 – Fixed Finder links in OS 10.9
    Saturday, 23 November 2013 – Disable display of existing reminders under OS 10.9
    Friday, 22 November 2013 – Workflow will now display a message if the command is not valid
    Saturday, 2 November 2013 – Fixed an issue that would cause the workflow to crash the first few times it was run; fixed an issue that would prevent update checking to work correctly
    Friday, 1 November 2013 – Fixed an issue where caching reminders would cause update checking to fail
    Wednesday, 23 October 2013 – Increased timeout on OS 10.9, and allowed reminders to be retrieved from the cache while it's running; times specified without am/pm are now assumed to be in 24hour format; corrected an issue where 12 o'clock times were calculated incorrectly; you can now use "noon" and "midnight" to specify time
    Tuesday, 22 October 2013 – Prevent cache processes overlapping; recreate damaged cache file if needed; workaround for OS 10.9 GM2 plist bug
    Wednesday, 9 October 2013 – Added support for Google Chrome Canary; added plain text formats of applescripts; fix for cache process failing for new users
    Monday, 7 October 2013 – Added profiling to rtest; "r" with no arguments is now the same as "r all"
    Friday, 4 October 2013 – Compatbility with OS 10.9 Mavericks GM
    Wednesday, 18 September 2013 – Fix for non-gregorian date format
    Tuesday, 17 September 2013 – Updated q_workflow module to latest version
    Wednesday, 10 July 2013 - Added support for OmniFocus 2, TextMate 2 and FoldingText
    Thursday, 18 April 2013 – Fixed recognition of 10/11/12am/pm times
    Tuesday, 16 April 2013 -- Added support for WebKit Nightly. Monday, 15 April 2013 – Added "r in x days y hours", "r in x hours y minutes", "r today/tomorrow/weekday at time to x" patterns Thursday, 11 April 2013 – Added support for OmniFocus, Vienna, reminder from address book now adds a link to the contact Wednesday, 10 April 2013 – Fix for -609 error (thanks, stevef!) Tuesday, 9 April 2013 – Added "r refresh" keyword to refresh list ("r all" will no longer refresh the list); added "rshow", which will only show options for existing reminders, "radd", which will only show options for adding new reminders; added "rtest" which runs a set of tests to check for potential problems; fixed an issue that would cause workflow to crash (thanks, erist!) Monday, 8 April 2013 – Better compatibility for editing library scripts on other systems; it's now possible to delete reminders by holding down control; fixed a rare issue where the workflow might incorrectly report a new version is available; iconography tweak; added "overdue" keyword; added support for TextMate and TextEdit; allow "r in 1 minute/hour/day" Sunday, 7 April 2013 – Don't mark reminder as complete with option held down; properly escape illegal characters in query; added support for Finder and Chromium Saturday, 6 April 2013 – Added "r this" which captures data from the current application and turns it into a reminder; support for Google Chrome, Safari, and Mail; fixed a regression; support for contacts/address book; added icons from the icon factory; "r all" now refreshes the cache Friday, 5 April 2013 – Show "r all" in help; don't close reminders if its been moved to the foreground; all keywords can now be used to filter displayed reminders; changed the cache duration to 2 hours; subtitle for existing reminders shows more information where possible Thursday, 4 April 2013 – Performance improvements; hold option to view the selected reminder in Reminders.app Wednesday, 3 April 2013 – Fix for "in list" pattern breaking up text; added "r help" examples; don't prompt to create reminder with "all" keyword; checks for newer versions of the workflow Tuesday, 2 April 2013 – If reminders.app is closed, it will stay closed when using this workflow Sunday, 31 March 2013 – Added pattern "r Wednesday something" Wednesday, 27 March 2013 – Renamed workflow to "Reminders"; Use application id instead of name, Alfred now shows existing reminders in his list (selecting one will mark it as complete); keyword is now optional Tuesday, 26 March 2013 – Now sets specified date as the reminder date, rather than due date; added pattern "r something in Y list" Wednesday, 20 March 2013 – You can now use the pattern "r at 1.30 to something"; Alfred will tell you what's going to happen before you press enter; split off code to library file Tuesday, 19 March 2013 – You can now use the pattern "r in X minutes/hours/days something" Sunday, 17 March 2013 – You can now specify a date for the reminder. See the examples above. Acknowledgements
    Date parsing is done via chrono.js
    Uses icons from the Flurry collection by David Lanham / The Icon Factory
    Updates via OneUpdater
     
    Disclaimer
    This workflow is provided as-is, use it at your own risk. I can't take any responsibility for anything bad that happens as a result of using it, including, but not limited to, loss of data, loss of sanity, spontaneous human combustion.
     
    Feedback
    By far the best way to give me feedback is to submit an issue on GitHub. Alternatively, just reply to this post.
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    vdesabou got a reaction from cands in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    Version 6.2.5 is out http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com/blog/Version-6.2.5/
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    vdesabou got a reaction from cands in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    Version 6.2.4 is out http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com/blog/Version-6.2.4/
     

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    vdesabou reacted to leetheadverb in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    I gave up on this workflow [because I was too lazy to figure out what was up] a while back when I got this error:

     
    Ultimately, I migrated to Rdio for a while. I'm back to Spotify though.
    Launching the workflow, I got the error above. I replaced it with the latest version, and I'm still getting the same error. I tried 'Kill update library' and 'Reset Settings for Spotify Mini Player.' What is my next best bet? I would love to get this up and running.
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    vdesabou reacted to deanishe in Google Search for Similar Images   
    Perform a Google Image search based on files on your computer. The images are uploaded to Google, and the list of search results is shown in your browser.
     
    Download
     
    Get the workflow from GitHub or Packal.
     
    Usage
     
    Google search supports PNG, JPG, GIF and BMP images only. This workflow
    is available as a File Action for any of these filetypes in Alfred.
     
    There is also a Hotkey to search based on the current Finder selection. If more
    than one image file is selected, only the first will be used.
     
    Licence
     
    This workflow is released under the MIT License.
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    vdesabou got a reaction from eriksatie in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    That's a good idea! I've opened this issue to track progress: https://github.com/vdesabou/alfred-spotify-mini-player/issues/77
     
    Cheers!
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    vdesabou got a reaction from eriksatie in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    I've released version 6.2.1, see http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com/blog/Version-6.2.1/
     

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    vdesabou reacted to xuso in Strike Workflow - Search and start downloading torrents from Alfred   
    Strike Workflow for Alfred
     

     
     
    For those who doesn't know Strike, is a torrent search engine with a clean and nice interface and a complete API (used in this workflow, of course)
     
    I've made a workflow that allows you to search torrents inside Alfred, showing the size of the file, the seeds and leechers, and the category. For start downloading with your default torrents client, just press enter.
     

     
     
    Download.
     
    I hope you like it
     
     
     
    * Thanks to the developers of qWorkflow library and JSON Helper, that saved me a lot of time.
     
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    vdesabou reacted to aggronaught in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    Just want to say thank you so much for this! 
     
    This workflow is what made me purchase an Alfred Powerpack license. Been using Alfred for ages but never really looked at workflows.
     
    I was looking for a way to run a mini type Spotify app, from the taskbar, as I find the actual spotify app to get in the way and disruptive to my work.
     
    Anyhow, my trek through the internets I discovered this and mopidy, voila !
     
    Again, cheers matey! 
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    vdesabou reacted to Martin in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    OK, no biggie Thanks for a great workflow, I use it everyday, now that it has Mopidy support.
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    vdesabou reacted to Martin in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    Issue 2 fixed itself after I rebooted.
     
    I have opened a Github issue #72 for the playlist issue.
     
    Thanks
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