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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 reacted to jiserra in Share using Mountain Lion Built-in Sharing (Version 1.11)   
    Works great now! Great workflow, I love it for Airdrop!
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    vdesabou reacted to altryne in Upload a file with Droplr.app (both keyword and file action)   
    Yeah I know, but this forum doesn't support images without a file type, so I edited the tip to include .png
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    vdesabou reacted to GamerChase in Share using Mountain Lion Built-in Sharing (Version 1.11)   
    Success   It's fantastic. Well done!
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    vdesabou reacted to ramiro.araujo in Toggle Notification Center Alerts   
    Simple Workflow to disable or re-enable Notification Center Alerts from 10.8. It's the same behavior as manually disabling them by sliding the de Notification Center, scrolling up, and turning off the "Show Alerts and Banners" badge. The Notifications will resume tomorrow, or so NC says (didn't wait until tomorrow yet).
     
    Here is how it looks (I got all fancy with the keyword)

     
    The Workflow it's named Toggle, but actually gives you both options ON and OFF. I'll probably change it to a real toggle later (maybe a pull request?)
     
    BTW, notifications are turned off 7 seconds after you call it off, in order to see that last notification of the Notifications being turned off
     
    Hope you like it!
     
    Download:
    https://github.com/ramiroaraujo/AlfredWorkflows/blob/master/Toggle%20Notification%20Center%20Alerts/Toggle%20Notification%20Center%20Alerts.alfredworkflow?raw=true
     
    Fork:
    https://github.com/ramiroaraujo/AlfredWorkflows
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    vdesabou got a reaction from thec13 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 chris 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 reacted to Sampayo in Switch Between audio input and output   
    Audio Switch
    ==================================================================================
     
    Switch between your input sources and output devices.
     
    To install just download (or my github) and doble click the .alfredworkflow file.*
     
    To change your input source type input (it could take a little bit to load your sources), then select the one you desire
     

     
    The same for the output device, just type output then select your choice
     

     
    Since I don't have any audio device or source connected to my laptop only 1 (the default) device and source are shown.
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    vdesabou got a reaction from citelao in Spotifious: a natural Spotify controller for Alfred   
    This is truly amazing!! Thanks for sharing this!
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    vdesabou reacted to citelao in Spotifious: a natural Spotify controller for Alfred   
    Spotifious
    a natural Spotify controller for Alfred
     

    So, you’ve heard of Spotifious, eh? A natural Spotify controller for Alfred? Searchs Spotify, controls your music, generally rocks?
     
    It’s built off a lot of other people’s work— PHPFunk and David Ferguson especially— and tries to match the functionality of Alfred’s integrated iTunes player. It’s not perfect, but it does the job. And I think it’s pretty cool.
     
    Features
     
    A quick rundown of its coolness:
     
    A controller, not a workflow
    Spotifious just feels fun to use, like a real plugin for Alfred, not a workflow. It can do in-depth, playlist-scouring searches and gives you useful information even if something goes wrong.

    Not unlike the iTunes Mini Player.

     
    Alfred-like
    Spotifious is also especially Alfred-like. Just start typing to scour Spotify’s servers for music. Browse through artists and albums and playlists like nobody’s business and drill down through Queen’s huge anthologies with a snappy context-based search.
     
    Smart
    Spotifious uses Packal to make sure you always have the latest version. It gives you a heads-up about what’s going on with Spotify the moment you start it. And don’t worry about errors— we’ll handle those.
     
     
    Download & Install
    Latest version: v0.13.9 | Latest dev build: v0.13.9
     
    Detailed instructions available on the plugin site.
    Download this repository. (Source) Open dist/spotifious.alfredworkflow by double-clicking it or dragging it into Alfred. Bind the hotkey to ^⌘⏎. Activate the plugin with your new hotkey, and follow the short (three step) setup process. Continue on with your merry day. How to Use
    So let's assume you've downloaded and installed the workflow. Now what?
    Press ^⌘⏎ Good! You should briefly see a loading entry, then the main menu:




    You can action the song title (press ⏎) to play or pause the song, action the album or artist to search for that album or artist, or just start typing to search for cool music.



    Once you’ve searched for something, you can continue to browse albums and arists through Spotifious. Actioning an artist will bring up a list of their albums, and actioning an album will bring up the track list.
     
    Note: You can always leave a menu and go back just by pressing ⌫.

     
    Development & Acknowledgements

    A lot of people helped out on this:
    vdesabou and I trade ideas a ton PHPfunk and his PHP Alfred workflow inspired much of OhAlfred David Ferguson helped with some iffy Alfred glitches a slightly modified version of Entypo icon font face for icons. and many other people mentioned in the code. Thanks to everyone who helped, and thanks to everyone who uses my work! Oh, and thanks for reading this whole README. I hope you enjoy Spotifious!

    This is a personal project. I host it on Github. It is MIT licensed, except for the icons, which are owned by Spotify and Entypo. Be cool.
     
    Another download link for your convenience: latest (source)
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    vdesabou got a reaction from jmjeong in Browse and Manage alfred extension (alf)   
    That's awesome, I will use it very often!
     
    However, it is not working on my side. Trying to execute the python script on command line, I get:
     
    python main.py "test" Traceback (most recent call last): File "main.py", line 31, in <module> keyword = ",".join([o['config']['keyword'] for o in plist['objects'] if 'alfred.workflow.input' in o['type'] ]) KeyError: 'keyword'  
     
    Any idea how to fix this?
     
    Cheers
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    vdesabou got a reaction from Ingolmo in Display color labels in Alfred   
    Hi,
     
    It would be nice to have an option to display color labels for files and folders in Alfred.
    Just a thought for a future release :-)
     
    Cheers
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    vdesabou reacted to granneman in Transmit favorites workflow   
    Great work, but is there any way to get new invocations to open in tabs instead of new windows?
     
    Thanks!
     
    Scott
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    vdesabou got a reaction from Amoftcoorb in Display color labels in Alfred   
    Hi,
     
    It would be nice to have an option to display color labels for files and folders in Alfred.
    Just a thought for a future release :-)
     
    Cheers
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