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zapacoman

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  1. I always use Alfred for quick web searches. However, since upgrading, I can no longer type in a query and be brought to the Google search results unless I already have the Firefox window active.
  2. This should work for Gcal assuming the page doesn't take more than 1 second to load. If it does based on your internet connection speed, just add more delay: on alfred_script(q) tell application "Finder" set the clipboard to q end tell tell application "Safari" to activate tell application "Safari" to open location "https://www.google.com/calendar?tab=cc" delay 0.5 tell application "System Events" keystroke "q" delay 1 keystroke "v" using {command down} keystroke space keystroke return end tell end alfred_script
  3. Just following up on this thread, because this functionality would be AWESOME. Is it doable?
  4. Would you guys mind reposting the updated script as David suggested it? I'm not fluent in code, but I'd love to get this to be a one step procedure!
  5. Here you go: http://bit.ly/124R6CP That took waaaaaaay too long for me to figure out.
  6. Instead of hard coding the starting location, couldn't you pull the current location leveraging something like this: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4066699/how-to-get-users-position-in-google-maps-api that would be amazing.
  7. if you re-download it, you'll see I added a "resize" keyword. It doesn't actually allow you to take action, but it will bring up a legend for you to reference. I am not a programmer, so this is about as deep as I get. Sorry! That being said, I like the simplicity of single or double characters, and I think they are pretty intuitive. If someone wants to add the feature Ddyracer requested above, feel free to modify my workflow and repost it.
  8. This is a simple workflow I set up to resize windows. The keywords are as follows: t = top b = bottom l = left r = right tl = top left tr = top right bl = bottom left br = bottom right c = centered f = full I used to program these as hotkeys in Alfred 1 but I find that a few extra keystrokes is worth not having to remember 10 different hotkey combinations. The Alfred 1 project I based this on can be found here: http://projects.jga.me/layouts/#toc3 I hope people find this useful. Download it here: http://bit.ly/ZrwMGo
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