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zkarj

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  1. I use this Workflow when I walk away from my Mac at night (I leave it on overnight for all manner of reasons). It does 3 things:1. Show the current charge levels of all attached Bluetooth input devices.2. Mute the sound3. Invoke the screen saverMore details (and a download link) in the blog post... https://sittingduck.co.nz/2018/04/good-night-mac-an-alfred-3-workflow/
  2. As a followup to my earlier workflow, here's a new one which uses the recently updated xkpasswd library, now known as Crypt::HSXKPasswd. It lets you generate secure, memorable passwords easily, directly to your clipboard for pasting into those signup forms. A variety of options are provided based on the presets used at xkpasswd.net. Details over on my blog.
  3. Hi. Is there any official word on El Capitan compatibility for Alfred? I don't know if a "planted" email in the keynote constitutes a release date announcement, but assuming it does, it's only 2 weeks away. I'd like to consider moving to the recently released GM but would want to be sure Alfred will work before I do. Thanks.
  4. Yes and no, so I was able to go and grab the file as described and have all my lovely workflows back. :-) Thanks (and to Tyler) for the help.
  5. I've just wiped my boot drive and re-installed Mavericks and all my software. I have Alfred 2 installed and licensed and doing its basic tasks, but I don't have my workflows from the old install. I do have a clone of the old drive image, can I copy some files across to retrieve the workflows or do I have to boot from the clone, export, boot from the new and import?
  6. I've been a huge fan of Bart Busschots' xkpasswd.net password generating web site and now I've used his Perl library to create an Alfred Workflow that generates passwords straight to the clipboard. You can find the details and the workflow over on my blog.
  7. Thanks, but I'm finding that hard to follow without a basic explanation of the technique.
  8. Thanks! I've been looking for this simple explanation for ages. Nicely written. I've now got my workflow up and running sweetly. I will post it soon, but there's one related question I have. My workflow's embedded AppleScript contains a couple of variables that users will have to customise for their own purposes – is there a smart way to do that? Some way of prompting the user once at install and thereafter just working with the entered values.
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