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heinst

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  1. Here you go https://dl.dropbox.com/u/17946577/Restart%20to%20Windows.alfredworkflow I did a few things. I changed the code so that it will always reboot to the drive no matter the location, but it has to be named BOOTCAMP. I also Changed the post notification to report an error, because if it does it correctly the OS won't have time to display a notification so having the notification telling you what it was doing was pointless. I also changed the description of what it would do and I changed it to run faster in the background using the osascript. Finally, I added me to the list of people who it was made by, since I think i deserve a little credit.
  2. I figured out a way. just need to figure out how to implement it. Itll be done tomorrow. Works through applescript editor, just not when called using alfred.
  3. tell application "System Events" set theText to name of current user end tell display dialog theText default answer "" with hidden answer set the adminpass to the text returned of the result tell application "Finder" set iconPath to (get name of startup disk) & ":Applications:Utilities:Boot Camp Assistant.app:Contents:Resources:DA.icns" as alias end tell do shell script "bless -mount /Volumes/BOOTCAMP/ -legacy -setBoot -nextonly; shutdown -r now" password adminpass with administrator privileges I have this applescript that restarts into windows and prompts for admin password before it does so. I can't figure out why it works in the applescript editor perfectly fine, but when run through alfred it doesnt prompt for the password or run at all....thoughts?
  4. You will probably have to use a language, like python because it is built into mac os x, and use a a for loop to go through what the diskutil returns. This gives an example of how to use bash in python. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4256107/running-bash-commands-in-python
  5. Yes, it would work in most cases. 'BOOTCAMP' is the proper name...you could also filter by type of partition
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