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    vdesabou reacted to targumanu in iTunes Store Search   
    Search the iTunes store and view search results with artwork previews right in Alfred.
    Open search results in iTunes.app (default behavior) Quick Look search results' preview pages right in Alfred (press Shift, the Quick Look feature must be enabled in Alfred's preferences) Open search results' preview pages in your default browser (modifier key — Command) The workflow's preferences (keyword — itprefs) allow you to set the maximum search results limit and preferred store country, as well as clear the artwork cache.   You can restrict your searches to the following categories using corresponding keywords: Albums (ital) iOS apps (itapp) Audiobooks (itau) Movies (itmo) Music videos (itmv) Podcasts (itpo) Songs (its) TV shows episodes (itep), and TV shows (ittv) However, you don't have to remember all those keywords. Just use the generic keyword (“it” by default) add “-” after it, and the workflow will show you the list of available categories to choose from (see the second screenshot).   Download  
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    vdesabou reacted to deanishe in Searchio! Auto-suggestion from search engines in different languages   
    Searchio! workflow for Alfred
    Auto-suggest search results from multiple search engines and languages.
     
    There are a few existing workflows that provide auto-suggest results from one or the other search engine, but this includes not only multiple search engines, but also allows you to specify multiple languages/regions for your results.

    Supports the following search engines/websites:
    Google Google Images Google Maps YouTube Wikipedia Wiktionary Amazon eBay DuckDuckGo Bing Yahoo! Ask.com Yandex.ru Naver.com Wikia.com  
    Download and installation
    Download the latest version from the GitHub releases page or Packal.
    Usage
    There are several searches pre-configured. Only some have keywords (i.e. can be used as-is):
    g — Search Google in system (i.e. default) language m — Search Google Maps in system (i.e. default) language gi — Search Google Images in system (i.e. default) language w — Search Wikipedia in system (i.e. default) language wn — Search Wiktionary in system (i.e. default) language a — Search Amazon in system (i.e. default) language. If your system language is English, this will search Amazon.com. Use -l uk in the Script Filter to search Amazon.co.uk or -l ca to search Amazon.ca. yt — Search YouTube in system (i.e. default) language searchio [<query>] — Show settings and list of supported search engines. Currently, the only setting is a toggle to also show the <query> in the results list (default: No). searchiohelp — Open help file in your browser You can add a keyword to (and edit) one of the existing examples or add your own searches. For details on how to do that, see the GitHub page.
     
    Licensing, thanks
    The code in this workflow is released under the MIT Licence.
    The icons belong to the respective search engines.
    This workflow uses the Alfred-Workflow library and docopt (both MIT-licensed).
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    vdesabou reacted to vitor in MarkdownTransform — Convert Markdown to other formats   
    Headers were removing the line below, which in turn was messing up lists, which was causing your problem.
     
    The new version fixes this, it should now work correctly for your case. I’ve also removed alleyoop support.
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    vdesabou reacted to vitor in TemporaryEmail — Get a temporary email inbox   
    Create temporary email inboxes via Teleosaurs Mail.
     
    Call tmpmail to make a temporary email address and open a background tab with the corresponding inbox. The address will be copied to your clipboard.


     
    Giving an argument will try to use that specific name, while leaving it blank will create a random address.
     
    Download | Source
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    vdesabou got a reaction from doubter13 in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    Version 4.41 is live with improvements from 4.4:
     
    4.41:
    Compliant with latest Spotifious version 4.4:
    Improved performances New command to unstar a track
    Added new command (with external trigger) spot_mini_update_library to update library Automatically update Alfred Playlist after adding track, album or playlist Automatically update starred playlist after star/unstar track New theme Shortcuts to Settings/Alfred Playlist/Playlists (need to configure hotkeys)
     
     
     
    To be downloaded on Packal http://www.packal.org/workflow/spotify-mini-player
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    vdesabou got a reaction from doubter13 in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    That's strange because I just re-downloaded Spotifious from Packal and script filter is set to 'spot'. Did you rename it by yourself?
     
    For No 1, hold on a few minutes, I'm going to release version 4.4 which fixes the issue
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    vdesabou reacted to deanishe in Find, filter, open Git repositories   
    Alfred Git Repos Workflow
     
    Browse, search and open Git repositories from within Alfred.
     

     
    Download
     
    Get the workflow from GitHub or Packal.
     
    Usage
     
    This workflow requires some configuration before use. See Configuration for details.
    repos [<query>] — Show a list of your Git repos filtered by <query> ↩ — Open selected repo in app_1 (see configuration) ⌘+↩ — Open selected repo in app_2 (see configuration) ⌥+↩ — Open selected repo in app_3 (requires configuration) ^+↩ — Open selected repo in app_4 (requires configuration) ⇧+↩ — Open selected repo in app_5 (requires configuration) fn+↩ — Open selected repo in app_6 (requires configuration) reposettings — Open settings.json in default JSON editor reposupdate — Force workflow to update its cached list of repositories. (By default, the list will only be updated every 3 hours.) reposhelp — Open this file in your browser Configuration
     
    Before you can use this workflow, you have to configure one or more folders in which the workflow should search for Git repos. The workflow uses find to search for .git directories, so you shouldn't add huge directory trees to it, and use the depth option to restrict the search depth. Typically, a depth of 2 will be what you want (i.e. search within subdirectories of specified directory, but no lower). Add directories to search to the search_dir array in settings.json (see below).
     
    The default settings.json file looks like this:

    {   "app_1": "Finder",             // ↩ to open in this/these app(s)   "app_2": "Terminal",           // ⌘+↩ to open in this/these app(s)   "app_3": null,                 // ⌥+↩ to open in this/these app(s)   "app_4": null,                 // ^+↩ to open in this/these app(s)   "app_5": null,                 // ⇧+↩ to open in this/these app(s)   "app_6": null,                 // fn+↩ to open in this/these app(s)   "global_exclude_patterns": [],      // Exclude from all searches   "search_dirs": [ {   "path": "~/delete/this/example",   // Path to search. ~/ is expanded   "depth": 2,                        // Search subdirs of `path` "name_for_parent": 1,              // Name Alfred entry after parent of `.git`. 2 = grandparent of `.git` etc.   "excludes": [                      // Excludes specific to this path     "tmp",                           // Directories named `tmp`     "bad/smell/*"                    // Subdirs of `bad/smell` directory   ] }   ] }  
    This is my settings.json:
     
    { "app_1": "Finder", "app_2": ["Finder", "Sublime Text", "SourceTree", "iTerm"], "app_3": "Sublime Text", "app_4": "SourceTree", "app_5": "iTerm", "app_6": "GitHub", "global_exclude_patterns": [], "search_dirs": [ { "path": "~/Code" }, { "path": "~/Sites" } ] }    
    Search Directories
     
    Each entry in the search_dirs list must be a mapping.
     
    Only path is required. depth will default to 2 if not specified. excludes are globbing patterns, like in .gitignore.
     
    name_for_parent defaults to 1, which means the entry in Alfred's results should be named after the directory containing the .git directory. If you want Alfred to show the name of the grandparent, set name_for_parent to 2 etc.

    This is useful if your projects are structured, for example, like this and src is the actual repo:
     
    Code Project_1 src other_stuff Project_2 src other_stuff … …  
    Open in Applications
     
    The applications specified by the app_N options are all called using open -a AppName path/to/directory. You can configure any application that can open a directory in this manner. Some recommendations are Sublime Text, SourceTree, GitHub or iTerm.
     

    Note: As you can see from my settings.json, you can also set an app_N value to a list of applications to open the selected repo in more than one app at once:
     
    … "app_2": ["Finder", "Sublime Text", "SourceTree", "iTerm"], …  
    You can also use → on a result to access Alfred's default File Actions menu.
     
    License, Thanks
     
    This workflow is released under the MIT Licence.
     
    It uses the Alfred-Workflow and docopt libraries (both MIT Licence).
     
    The icon is by Jason Long, from git-scm.com, released under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licence.
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    vdesabou reacted to rice.shawn in Packal Updater   
    Finally here: Update your workflows with the Packal Updater.
     
    There is a longer explanation on the Packal page, so just check that one out, but I'll give you a short version here.
     
    The updater will upgrade any workflows that you have downloaded from Packal when an upgrade becomes available. It cannot upgrade any workflows that you did not download from Packal.
     
    When you launch it the first time, head over to the settings and configure how you want it to work. If you write workflows, then put in the name that you most often use. If you have a Packal account, put that name in there too. If you do those two things, then the updater won't try to upgrade your workflows. If there are workflows that you do not want to update if, say, you've modified them, then Blacklist them in the appropriate place, and the updater will ignore those workflows. 
     
    If you're running Mavericks (or, theoretically, Yosemite), then you'll have access to a nifty little GUI. If you're not, then, well, you don't, but you can still configure and do everything from Alfred itself. See the animated screenshots below for a quick demo of both.
     
    Three other notes:
     
    (1) The Updater Workflow uses the Alfred Bundler, which has been receiving an overhaul. If you run into some trouble with it, then just go ahead and delete your bundler directory, and it will re-install itself. A newer version of the bundler should be coming out soon that will make some great fixes, but you needn't worry about that because the bundler will update itself.
     
    (2) The Updater can send information to Packal about what workflows you have installed, enabled, and downloaded from Packal. It'll try to do this once a week if you do not disable the feature. It is anonymous reporting in that there is no way for me to figure out who you are from the data. Here's the command that I use to generate your unique identifier:
    ioreg -rd1 -c IOPlatformExpertDevice | awk '/IOPlatformUUID/ { split($0, line, "\""); printf("%s\n", line[4]); }' If you just plug that into a terminal, then you'll probably see something akin to:
      .
     
    (3) The Updater keeps backups of the workflows you've updated, so, if anything breaks, just open the backups folder and double-click the most recent version of the workflow to restore.
     
    Anyway, go grab it from Packal, and start updating.
     
    (And, as always, I think I've removed all the bugs, but, as I release this into the wild, I expect to find more. Just report them here.)
     
    Lastly, the updater can update itself according to my tests. Cool, right?
     
    Demo — Packal "GUI"
     

     
     
    Demo — Packal Script Filter Interface
     

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    vdesabou reacted to Florian in History for hotkey triggered workflows   
    Hey guys,
    I really like how a hotkey triggered script filter behaves, with the nice icon on the left I use it for all of my main workflows, but then, I don't have any history...
    I was wondering if there is a reason why it is that way. For example ctrl+g is my google autocomplete search hotkey. And I'd really like to browse my last searches. Any idea?
    And if there is no real reason, any way it could be a new feature?
    Kisses
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    vdesabou reacted to rice.shawn in Google Translate (Languages Configurable)   
    Note: the original version of this workflow utilized an unofficial API that Google Translate exposed. Unfortunately, the Google has shut down the API. There is an alternative workflow that uses the official (paid) Google Translate API that you can find here: http://www.packal.org/workflow/translate-api. It's actually pretty cheap. 
     
    Here's a little ditty that interfaces with Google Translate. The upside of this one is that it gives you access to all of Google Translate's languages (or at least about 80 of them). You can enable/disable languages from inside the workflow.
     
    Find it on Packal.
     
    Demo:
     

     
     
    Current Languages:
    Afrikaans Albanian Arabic Armenian Azerbaljani Basque Belarusian Bengali Bosnian Brazilian Portuguese Bulgarian Catalan Cebuano Chinese Croatian Czech Danish Dutch English Esperanto Estonian Filipino Finnish French Galician Georgian German Greek Gujarati Hatian Creole Hausa Hebrew Hindi Hmong Hungarian Icelandic Igbo Indonesian Irish Italian Japanese Javanese Kannada Khmer Korean Lao Latin Latvian Lithuanian Macedonian Malay Maltese Maori Marathi Mongolian Nepali Norwegian Persian Polish Portuguese Punjabi Romanian Russian Serbian Slovak Slovenian Somali Spanish Swahili Swedish Tamil Telugu Thai Turkish Ukranian Urdu Vietnamese Welsh Yiddish Yoruba Zulu
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    vdesabou reacted to targumanu in Safari Reading List   
    This workflow allows you to view, open and add Safari reading list items.
     
    Features:
    View all your reading list items (keyword: RL). Search for specific items: Entering "rl apple iphone" will return reading list items whose page title or URL contains both "apple" and "iphone". View (and search) only unread reading list items (keyword: RLU). Add new items to your reading list (using keyword RLADD or hotkeys). Open all unread items (keyword: RLALL).   Direct download   Packal page   This workflow uses the awesome Alfred Objective-C framework.   Updates: v1.1: Option to view only unread Reading List items (default keyword: RLU).
      v1.2: Option to add new items to your reading list (keyword: RLADD).
    If the currently active app is a browser (Safari, Webkit, Chrome, Canary and Chromium are currently supported), you can just press Enter to add the URL of its active tab.
    You can also add URL's by typing or pasting.
    The workflow uses AppleScript to add new reading list items, so it requires Safari to be running.
    However, if Safari wasn't running, the workflow will quit it after it's done. (If you had no open windows in Safari, you won't even notice anything).
    Additionally, the workflow checks if the URL you are trying to add is valid by trying to download the <head> element of the corresponding page. So if you are disconnected from the Internet, or the page you are trying to add is unreachable, the workflow will consider the URL as invalid and won't add it.
    To make it add that URL without checking it for validity, use the modifier key (⌃).
      v1.3: Option to open all reading list items (keyword: RLALL).
      v1.4: The open all feature has been modified to open only unread items.
    (You can still open all your reading list items (including the read ones) by pressing Option.)
      v1.4.1: Fixed a typo
      v1.4.2: Fixed yet another typo
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    vdesabou reacted to dfay in Workflow Picker   
    Yeah, it's reading your .plist correctly but it seems there's no 'categories' key in your plist.  This probably means you haven't created any.
     
    I just posted an updated version which should handle this situation and just default to All.
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    vdesabou reacted to Jono in Add reminders & tasks to Reminders.app   
    There are already a few Alfred workflows out there for adding reminders and tasks to Reminders.app. Mine is about quickly adding tasks to different lists by typing the first letter of the name of the list, then the task or reminder.   Usage  
    Here’s some examples:       Typing ‘w finish the report' would add that task to the list named Work. Typing ‘r pick up dry cleaning sat at 6:30pm' would add that task to the list named Reminders with an alert set for 6:30pm on Saturday. Typing ‘g milk' would add that item to the Groceries list.   Because of my OCD the workflow will automatically capitalise the first letter of the task The workflow uses the best parsing engine, Fantastical's, so you’ll need to have that app to be able to use this workflow.   To show all of your lists type +r in Alfred       The workflow shows Notification Centre messages when items are added       Holding down the Option key when hitting Return it will open up the item in Fantastical. Otherwise hitting Return (without Option) will add the task without showing Fantastical.   Download: Add Reminders Alfred workflow   Setup The workflow comes with some pre-named lists:   Reminders Home Work Study Groceries   In the workflow editor delete ones you don’t want or duplicate them to create more. To rename the lists to match yours open the script part of the workflow ‘Run NSAppleScript’ on the right hand side and change the name and list colour (for Notification Centre) at the top between the double lines. To change the colour of a list icon shown in Alfred open the keyword part of the workflow (left hand side) and drag the icon from the ‘Alfred - Reminders List Icons’ folder into the image well.   The workflow uses MountainNotifier for the Notification Centre messages. Once downloaded place it in /usr/bin/   To do this, in Finder’s menu bar select Go > Go to Folder… (or hit Command-Shift-G) and paste in: /usr/bin/   Then place the ‘Automation’ folder (inside the ‘Notification Centre’ folder) in your ~/Documents folder.   (Ignore this if you don’t want to see Notification Centre messages.)     The idea for the Reminders list icons was blatantly pinched from LaunchBar 6        
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    vdesabou reacted to Tyler Eich in Blur Alfred   
    I've updated the workflow to version 1.1, which handles this error. Thanks for the report!
     
    I've also started a separate thread for any new issues that may arise
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    vdesabou reacted to Carlos-Sz in Using the new External Triggers in Alfred   
    I’m using your approach in one of my workflows setup that require two steps for each custom item available and I really think the setup is now easier to understand and even more flexible.
     
    Thank you again for sharing it with us.
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    vdesabou reacted to djc in Alfred Tea Master: reference for tea information, without leaving Alfred   
    Also, if you're interested in how this workflow is set up (being able to pull up data (e.g. steep time, temp) on a result (a certain tea in the search) without leaving Alfred), I am currently developing the "Alfred Reference Framework" which makes it easy to set up a workflow similar to this. The github page is here.
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    vdesabou reacted to rice.shawn in Alfred Dependency Downloader Framework   
    Do you want to have versioned libraries and utilities live side-by-side? Do you want to make your workflows smaller but keep or expand the functionality with helper apps? Do you want to make sure that everything works regardless of whether Gatekeeper is active on other users' computers? Then you might consider implementing the Alfred Bundler* dependency framework in your workflows.
     
    To use it, all you have to do is include a small file in your workflow and make, usually, one call per utility/library you want to use, and, that's it. The bundler will automatically download any utility that you attempt to use that the user doesn't have installed, and, what's even better, is that it will keep everything in the Alfred 2 data directory instead a workflow directory or a user's Applications directory.
     
    If you want to see a _very_ basic implementation, then download an example workflow from Packal and open it up to see the workflow's anatomy.
     
    The libraries / utilities mentioned below are just pre-defined assets that you can load with no additional work. You can actually use this framework for any asset** by including a small JSON file with your workflow.
     
    Take a look at the documentation page on Github for more information.
     
    * The bundler is intentionally poorly named because it makes it so that you don't have to bundle dependencies.
    ** Don't try this with python or ruby libraries/modules/gems yet. A future version of the framework might support those languages, but, for now the idiosyncratic nature of package management with those languages makes this sort of approach difficult.
     
    ---
     
    So, for a variety of reasons, I wrote a framework to use with Alfred to manage dependencies for some types of libraries as well as commonly used "utilities" like terminal notifier.
     
    I'll push the release shortly, but I want to make sure that I include some good defaults with the initial version.
     
    Right now, I've included:
     
    PHP
    Workflows.php (v0.3.3) CFPropertyList (v2.0) Bash
    BashWorkflowHandler Utilities
    SetupIconsForTheme GlyphManager Terminal-Notifier (v1.5.0) CocoaDialog v3.0.0-beta7 v2.1.1 Pashua PHP5.5.5-CLI Viewer (an automator application that shows a pop-up HUD) I can't include Python or Ruby libraries (modules/gems) yet because they work entirely differently and call for a much more complex and intense setup. But, are there any other utilities or libraries that I should include?
     
    Let me know, and when you do, post a link.
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    vdesabou reacted to rice.shawn in Alfred Cron: Execute Scripts (and workflows) on Intervals [v1.1]   
    Quite a few people have asked for the ability to execute workflows at certain times. Well, here's (kind of) a solution.
     
    Alfred Cron (note: consider this workflow to be a 'beta' right now) with will run any bash command on any interval that you define. Now, this means that you can run any script of any kind (to run a python script, you'd just write: python "/path/to/script.py" 'args'). It also means that you can take advantage of the new External Triggers in Alfred. So, if you want to run a workflow in the background at a certain time, then you can as long as there is an External Trigger for that workflow.
     
    Fun idea: if you're decently good at scripting, then you can replace Hazel with this workflow.
     
    You can define cron jobs through a nifty little GUI box. Just, see it in action in the GIF below:

     
    More detailed documentation is available at http://shawnrice.github.io/alfred-cron.
     
    Download it from Packal.
     
    Note: Alfred Cron uses the Alfred Bundler framework, so when you first execute the workflow, it will take a moment to install the bundler, Pashua, BashWorkflowHandler, and Terminal Notifier. So, be patient at first. They need to download only once.
     
    Also, Alfred Cron makes use of Ctwise's brilliant SetupIconsForTheme, so the workflow will adjust to your Alfred whether it is light or dark.
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    vdesabou reacted to moul in Gauth: Google Authenticator (Time-Based Two-Factor Authentication)   
    Description
    Equivalent of the mobile versions of Google Authenticator: https://itunes.apple.com/en/app/google-authenticator/id388497605?mt=8.
     
    I personally use it on Gmail, Amazon AWS, Github, Evernote and Dropbox
     
    A bigger list is available on Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Two-step_verification
     
    There is also a Pam module project on Github: https://github.com/nlm/pam-google-authenticator
     

     
    Non-exhaustive list of links for "secret" installation
    Google: http://www.google.com/landing/2step/ Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/help/363/en Evernote: http://blog.evernote.com/blog/2013/05/30/evernotes-three-new-security-features/ Github: https://github.com/blog/1614-two-factor-authentication Amazon AWS: http://aws.amazon.com/iam/details/mfa/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=security Dependencies
    Python>=2.7  
    System Modifications
    Create a ~/.gauth file with your secrets, ie:
    [google - bob@gmail.com] secret = xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [evernote - robert] secret = yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy It's also possible to add credentials with "gauth add [account] [secret]" from Alfred
     
    Source Code: Github
    https://github.com/moul/alfred-workflow-gauth  
    Download Links
    Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/gauth-google-authenticator Direct link: https://github.com/packal/repository/raw/master/com.alfredapp.moul.gauth/google_authenticator.alfredworkflow  
    Screenshots
     

     

     

     
    Acknowledgments
    Original alarm clock icon Alex Auda Samora from The Noun Project Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Status & signs icons Hereldar Terkenya Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License Original source codeManfred Touron Serial contributorGilberto Olimpio  
    License
    MIT
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    vdesabou reacted to deanishe in Packal Search — search for cool new workflows from the comfort of Alfred   
    Packal.org Alfred Workflow Search  
    Search Packal.org's collection of workflows from the comfort of Alfred.  
     
    Downloading
    Get the workflow from GitHub or Packal.
     
    Usage
     
    packal workflows [query] — View/search for workflows by name/category/author/tag ↩ — Open workflow page on Packal.org in your browser ⌘+↩ — View/search workflows by the same author  
    packal tags [query] — View/search workflow tags ↩ or ⇥ — View/search workflows with selected tag  
    packal categories [query] — View/search workflow categories ↩ or ⇥ — View/search workflows in selected category  
    packal authors [query] — View/search workflow authors ↩ or ⇥ — View/search workflows by selected author  
    packal versions [query] — View/search OS X versions and compatible workflows ↩ or ⇥ — View/search workflows compatible with selected OS X version  
    packal status — Show a list of workflows that are out-of-date or are available on Packal.org, but were installed from elsewhere (i.e. they contain no Packal metadata, so can't be versioned by this workflow or updated by the Packal update workflow).  
    Icons
    Sometimes, an icon is shown after a workflow's name. They have the following meanings:
     
     
    Thanks, Licence Thanks to Shawn Patrick Rice for building Packal.org.
    Much use made of docopt and Alfred-Workflow.
    This workflow, excluding the Packal icon, is released under the MIT Licence.
    The Packal icon is the property of Shawn Patrick Rice.
     
     
       
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    vdesabou got a reaction from gb0 in Spotify Mini Player: Control your Spotify library at your fingertips   
    Hi,
     
    Suggest you remove everything in App folder, you can access it by invoking spot_mini_debug, and then browse to app support folder like this
    Remove library.db and settings.db in there. If your library is totally different, you can also remove artwork directory (but the next update will have to re-download everything)
     
    If you still experience issues after this, please raise an issue on github page by invoking "spot_mini_issue"
     
     

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    vdesabou reacted to Carlos-Sz in Screenshots 1.1: capture, save to Dropbox, get Link and manage files and past links   
    Screenshots

    Overview

    Take screenshots and manage files within a Dropbox Public subfolder.

    Main features:
    custom filename with constants always use the last filename pattern (useful for a set of screenshots from the same theme) capture screen, selection and window with or without shadow optional 5 seconds delay get URL to the clipboard: normal and shortened by bitly or Brb.bz manage screenshots (that's why a subfolder in Dropbox Public folder is recommended): preview, get public link, upload to Cloud App, upload to imgru and all Alfred file actions list past links then copy to the clipboard, paste or open in the default browser Setup

    Bring Alfred and type the keyword setupss
    Select the Dropbox Public folder: it is recommended to, first, create a subfolder into Dropbox Public folder, e.g. ~/Dropbox/Public/Screenshots/ so you can easily manage only the screenshots taken instead of all image files inside your Dropbox Public folder Type your Dropbox Public folder ID: go to your Dropbox Public folder, right click a file and select Copy Public Link, then paste it in a text editor and copy the number there Select the URL type to be copied to the clipboard (bitly and Brb.bz require registration and an API key) Take a Screenshot

    Bring Alfred and type the keyword ss then select the capture mode from the list.



    Optionally type the filename. You can use constants such as $d (day), $m (month), $y (year), $h (hour), $n (minute) and $s (second). The last typed pattern is always automatically used.
    Command key: set a 5 seconds delay before the screenshot Option key: save the screenshot to the clipboard instead the folder Control key: reset the filename pattern to the default one Note that you can set hotkeys for all screenshot types.

    Screenshots Manager

    Bring Alfred and type the keyword ssm

    You will see a list of screenshots and you can:
    Return key: open the file Shift key: preview the file Command key: get link Option key: upload to Cloud App (install the app first) Control key: upload to imgru Righ arrow: for Alfred file Action (delete, copy and so on) Screenshots Cloud

    Bring Alfred and type the keyword ssc

    You will see a list of past links made by the workflow. You can:
    Return key: copy the link to the clipboard Shift key: preview the lined image Control key: copy and paste the link to the topmost application Option key: open the link in the default browser What's New
    Keyword ssc to list past links List screenshots using Finder if Spotlight is not available Download
     
    Version 2.0
    Download Now

    Version: 1.1
    Date: 01 Mar 2014
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    vdesabou reacted to ctwise in Funnel (a variant of the Pipe workflow)   
    Funnel takes text and converts it to some other text by running it through a filter. The filter can be a shell script one-liner or a full script. Anything that takes standard input and outputs to standard out. At the moment, the following filters are implemented:
     
    - Base64 - decode - Base64 - encode - AES-256 - decrypt with passphrase 'X' - AES-256 - encrypt with passphrase 'X' - x509 - fingerprint - x509 - hash - x509 - certificate information - Change case - lowercase - Change case - uppercase - Change case - capitalize - Change case - title case - JSON - format - String - reverse - String - format US phone number - Lines - clear bullets - Lines - sorted unique lines - Lines - number lines - Lines - bulletize - Lines - top 10 unique lines - Lines - remove blanks - Lines - unique lines only - Lines - doublespace - Markdown - convert search links to normal links - Markdown - convert to HTML - URL - encode - HTML - encode - Sort IPv4 addresses  
    The Funnel workflow is a variant of the preexisting Pipe workflow (http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/1187-filter-clipboard-through-your-favourite-one-liners). I wasn't happy with how the workflow presented options and I didn't want the options sorted by Alfred. I also wanted to bundle some heavier processing scripts, so I created my own version of the workflow from scratch.
     
    The workflow can operate on text on the clipboard, on a file whose filename is on the clipboard, on selected text (using a hotkey) or on a selected file (using a hotkey). No matter where the text comes from, it is piped through the selected filter. If the text came from the clipboard or a selection, it is pasted into the active application after being processed. If the text came from a file, the file contents are replaced with the processed text.
     
    So, for example, if you select a block of text and trigger the workflow with a hotkey, you can choose 'Lines - bulletize' and the selected text will be replaced with bulleted lines. If you select a JSON file in Finder (or Path Finder) and trigger the file hotkey, you can choose 'JSON - format' and the file contents will be replaced with formatted JSON.
     
    Update: As Vitor pointed out, I forgot the link :-) https://github.com/packal/repository/raw/master/com.tedwise.funnel/funnel.alfredworkflow
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    vdesabou reacted to vitor in MarkdownTransform — Convert Markdown to other formats   
    Each Hotkey Trigger in the workflow corresponds to a different type of Markdown conversion:
    Markdown → BBCode Markdown → HTML Markdown → RTF
    Supported in conversion to RTF:
    Italic Bold Italic and Bold Strikethrough Links Unordered lists Ordered lists Superscript
    Supported in conversion to BBCode:
    Italic Bold Italic and Bold Horizontal rule Strikethrough Images Links Quotes Inline code Code blocks Headers Unordered lists Ordered lists Footnotes Superscript
    Supported in conversion to HTML:
    Italic Bold Italic and Bold Horizontal rule Strikethrough Images Links Quotes Inline code Code blocks Headers Unordered lists Ordered lists Footnotes Superscript Tables Highlights  
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    vdesabou reacted to rice.shawn in New Workflow and Theme Repository: Packal   
    I'm happy to announce that after months of development, I'm ready to make a new workflow and theme repository available to the public as an open beta: Packal. Workflows and themes are taggable and searchable. You can add in the icons, screenshots, long descriptions, and brief ones. There are many different ways to find whatever you need there. Since this is an initial announcement, there isn't much content there yet, except for the workflows and themes that a few kind testers uploaded.
     
    Themes are stored as a simple application URL, which means there are no files to download, but, instead, they import directly into Alfred2. Workflows are scanned for viruses after they are submitted but before they are made available publicly. Workflow authors can easily update their workflows just by editing the page and replacing the workflow file there.
     
    What is even better is that there is a soon-to-be-released companion workflow that will interface with Packal.org allowing for you to update your workflows directly from Alfred. I've worked out a method for updating workflows with Andrew that provides all of the security migration features that Alfred does natively. In order for a workflow to be updatable, the author needs to do nothing other than upload the file to Packal. All the packaging information necessary is automatically created for each workflow by the website itself. Besides the virus scan, the workflow also signs each package in order to verify its authenticity.
     
    I think that these are exciting developments for Alfred, and this sort of repository is what many people have been waiting for since these forums were created.
     
    So, please, head over to Packal, browse what's there, and, very importantly, submit your own workflows and themes.
     
    --Shawn
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