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  1. ThisThis is great--thank you. Any chance you'd consider adding Path Finder support (i.e., so that folders opened in Path Finder will appear in the recent list)?
  2. ActuallyActually, I think this is a great idea. There are times when I'd like to be able to quickly restrict my search to folders to narrow the results. Thanks!
  3. Did you install the wkpdf command line tool? The instructions are included in the readme section of the workflow description. Here they are (copied and pasted from the readme) for reference: Note: This workflow requires that you have wkpdf installed. Fire up a Terminal session and follow these steps: 1. Update RubyGems if necessary (wkpdf requires version 1.3.3 or later; if you're not sure, just run the updater) sudo gem update --system 2. Install wkpdf sudo gem install wkpdf That's all! You can update wkpdf to the latest version at any time with gem update wkpdf
  4. Good idea. Unfortunately, I don't have the scripting skills necessary to deal with checking for and installing wkpdf from within the workflow itself. I've added installation instructions to the readme portion of the workflow. Download link and Alfred repo versions updated.
  5. This workflow uses the open-source command line tool wkpdf to convert web pages to PDF. You will need to install wkpdf first, which takes about 30 seconds. Directions can be found here under the installation heading: http://plessl.github.com/wkpdf/ Once wkpdf is installed, the workflow provides two options. First, grab the current page from Safari as is and output to a PDF on your Desktop. Use keyword "pdf" followed by the name you want your PDF file to have. The following example will create a PDF of the current page called Interesting Article.pdf The second option processes the pag
  6. Thanks. This one of those things I wouldn't have thought I needed, but it's actually quite handy. I use Safari as my main browser with full-on third-party script/frame/embed/object blocking via JavaScript Blocker. Sometimes it's easier just to open a page in Chrome than to try to figure out which blocked script is breaking the page.
  7. Looks good to me. I think that making the mighty delete command require three modifiers is exactly the right approach
  8. Just a suggestion: change the default hotkey for the delete action. It's the same as Mail's hotkey to send a message, which I think is just asking for trouble. I hit Command + Shift + D to send a message, not having noticed the conflict in my brief look at the updated version of Mail Actions, and it triggered the delete action as well. Fortunately Mail crashed and I only lost a day's worth of messages (they were not in the Trash folder; should they have ended up there, or is this supposed to be a direct delete?). Granted, I should have been more careful, but I think it would be wise, for the s
  9. A workflow to grab the current page from Safari and add it to your Pocket reading list via the official Mac app (free on the MAS). Confirmation is output to your default notification method. Pocket will stay in the background and out of your way as long as it's already open when you run the workflow. Update: I've added a component to add the current URL on the clipboard to Pocket, and changed the default keyword for the original component (of course, you can easily change the keywords to suit your preference). ap = add current Safari page to Pocket ac = add URL on clipboard to Pocket
  10. I posted a workflow for Safari history that I adapted from an Alfred 1 extension: http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/503-safari-history/
  11. An exceedingly simple workflow to browse your Safari history. Use keyword "history," then enter your search string (works by name or URL). Action a page to open it. I adapted this from an extension for Alfred 1, and so defer credit to the original author. Update: Unchecked a box so spaces are now allowed in the search string. Now available in the AlfredRepo as well. Download: http://d.pr/f/kjzP
  12. A minimalist theme, in the spirit of iA Writer. Download: http://d.pr/f/l1BC Here's a variation on this theme that I like a lot more. The screenshot shows it with the blur effect level 3 applied. See here for the blur effect: http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/289-cheeky-little-transparency-blur-hack-in-b78-now-available/ Download: http://d.pr/f/9ZqB
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