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jloveblaze

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  1. I was unable to find a workflow that does this, or put one together since I could not find the applescript commands. Can anyone advise how this could be done? Thank you in advance!
  2. Works perfectly. Thank you guru! This is the beginning of a new way of doing things.
  3. Its so time consuming to launch Alfred and then then click on the little gear icon to go to Alfred Preferences. Is there a workflow or applescript that I can assign a hotkey to open Alfred Preferences? This would help a great deal. Thank you in advance for anyone who has suggestions!
  4. I've been using Better Touch Tool to assign gestures to actions. Is it possible to use trackpad gestures to initiate workflows? Is anyone doing this? Any recommendations on how to do this? Thanks! (Meant to post this in the other forum)
  5. Use Total Finder or Xtrafinder (Free) to condense finder windows into tabs and you won't have that problem..
  6. Anyone with ideas on how to whitelist an app so that it does not force quit with all others please advise. Aloha
  7. @Hzlzh That worked Excellently! It forced quit all apps. Thank you so much for packaging it an hosting it. I saw you included the language: /osascript which is something I wasn't doing. Which modifier can I add to the code to make an exception for specific a specific app? (so all apps but a specific one close) I tried to make it so that all apps closed except for Chrome by replacing all instances of the words "Finder" with the words "Chrome" but Finder still stayed open and Chrome closed... Will look into this more. Thanks again for going over and beyond to help!
  8. I appreciate your quick response but I know how to bring up the option command menu an pick the apps. I am looking for a way to use alfred to close all apps without having to manually go to that menu and force quit each app. The script I posted above I think sheds some light on how to work it. Im just not sure how to make an Alfred Workflow out of it. Thanks!
  9. Often I have so many apps running and want to simplify without restart. I'd like to keep the focused app open if possible, most times this is Chrome. I searched extensively online and found the below applescript. I have been trying to tweak it but am unable to reach success. I appreciate the support of this community and would be very thankful for any help. tell application "System Events" to set the visible of every process to true set white_list to {"Finder"} try tell application "Finder" set process_list to the name of every process whose visible is true end tell repeat with i from 1 to (number of items in process_list) set this_process to item i of the process_list if this_process is not in white_list then tell application this_process quit end tell end if end repeat on error tell the current application to display dialog "An error has occurred!" & return & "This script will now quit" buttons {"Quit"} default button 1 with icon 0 end try
  10. Sometimes I have so many apps running and want to simplify without restart. I'd like to keep the focused app open if possible, most times this is Chrome. I searched extensively online and found the below applescript. I have been trying to tweak it but am unable to reach success. I appreciate the support of this community and would be very thankful for any help. tell application "System Events" to set the visible of every process to true set white_list to {"Finder"} try tell application "Finder" set process_list to the name of every process whose visible is true end tell repeat with i from 1 to (number of items in process_list) set this_process to item i of the process_list if this_process is not in white_list then tell application this_process quit end tell end if end repeat on error tell the current application to display dialog "An error has occurred!" & return & "This script will now quit" buttons {"Quit"} default button 1 with icon 0 end try
  11. Google Docs in Chrome is my go to for all not taking and word processing. I am constantly opening new docs and spreadsheets. Being able to open a new google doc (or spreadsheet) from Alfred would be a huge benefit to me. There is a Chrome extension called G New Doc which attempts to do this with 2 clicks from Chrome but it no longer works. I have searched around for Google Docs commands for Alfred but have found little. I am sure that this would be incredible useful for many people. Any help would be much appreciated Thank you.
  12. This does not work if Chrome is already open (running in the background). I was under the impression that this workflow would open a new or existing incognito window while Chrome was already running (Since Chrome is usually open in the background almost always.) Does anyone know how can this be altered to make this work? Thanks! According to this website, the applescript to open a new chrome window is below: on run {input, parameters} tell application "Google Chrome" activate delay 0.1 make new window end tell return input end run
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