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AxelPeigne

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  1. Good. Btw, I've put my workflow in Packal : http://www.packal.org/workflow/trash-downloads
  2. You're right, here is a fixed version (sorry, I'm lacking coffee !) : https://www.dropbox.com/s/pgbcews3uqwvrch/Trash%20Downloads%201.4.alfredworkflow?dl=0 It should work as expected
  3. Sorry, it was not the correct workflow. This one does not even delete the files ^^. Here is the good one: https://www.dropbox.com/s/q1k283etzpaj55b/Trash%20Downloads%201.3.alfredworkflow?dl=0
  4. I'm not a big fan of popups so I was trying to find a better way to do that but all my tests were worse than a popup ! So here is a version with a popup : https://www.dropbox.com/s/q1k283etzpaj55b/Trash%20Downloads%201.3.alfredworkflow?dl=0 What do you think ? Thanks again for your feedback
  5. Well, I am curious and love to improve my creations so I quickly developed a new version that should fulfill your request ! Tap "throw" like before and if you want to choose a specific folder, just add a space after that and choose the folder where is located the files to be deleted. The "cmd" shortcut will also work to permanently delete the files if you wish. Please note that this can be pretty dangerous as you could delete all the content of important folders without any warning... Here is a beta version, that I quickly tested : https://www.dropbox.com/s/n88h1ja6dy6mqtw/Trash%20Down
  6. Great ! It is a great idea, I didn't spend time lately on this workflow though so I don't really know if I'll have time to think about that. Anyway, I'll keep you in touch if I create this kind of feature ! Thanks again for your feedback
  7. Hum, I guess the problem is related to the path of your folder. I tested it and here is the correct line of code you'd need to paste if your folder is located in the Downloads folder : set allDownloads to every item of folder "ToBeDeleted" of folder (path to downloads folder as text) And if your folder is not in the Downloads folder (in this example it is located on the Desktop), you could achieve the deletion with that line of code : set allDownloads to every item of folder "ToBeDeleted" of folder "Desktop" of folder "your_username" of folder "Users" of startup disk Is this working
  8. Thanks ! It is not a feature I thought about, but I guess you could directly change the folder in the script file. The easiest way to achieve this would be to select the workflow in Alfred Preferences and double click on both "Run script" Actions. You could then replace this piece of code (on line 2) (path to downloads folder as text) to the path of the desired folder. I didn't test it, but it should work ! I will think about this and inform you (on this topic) if I do implement this kind of feature. Thanks again for your feedback, Axel
  9. I actually signed up in spotify but I probably made a mistake because I did it again and now it's working perfectly ! Thanks for your time
  10. I just slightly changed the workflow to add notifications when the action is done
  11. Hi there, If you are, like me, downloading lots of files (images, pdf, videos...) to your downloads folder but only use them once and then let them, you are probably quite angry each time you have to clean your Downloads folder ! That' why I've just created the Trash Downloads workflow that will allow you to clean this folder with nothing more than a shortcut ! This workflow is pretty simple : when you execute the action in Alfred, it will move all files in your Downloads folder to the trash. There is no selection of the files it will move, so make sure you have no important file that
  12. Yes I already checked that, at first I had only a symbolic link to the folder that was in the workflow folder. So I tried to copy the folder in the spotify folder but this didn't change anything... Thanks for your help anyway !
  13. Hi, This sounds like a very good workflow but I get a problem when making it working... I followed the steps you were mentioning : - create developer account on spotify - uninstall current version of spotify and install a fresh new one - tap "spot_mini" and click on the 2nd output. But when I do that, I have the following on Spotify : I then tried to restart Spotify, to reconnect and even to re-install again, but it is always displaying the same error... Do you know a way to make it work ? Thanks, Axel
  14. Hi there, I'm posting here because I find this workflow very interesting, but I'm using SRWare Iron instead of Chrome. So I modified it to make it work with Iron too, and you can see my workflow on this topic. I also noticed the problem when you have no window opened in Chrome so I changed the script in my workflow to solve this problem. I invite you, Subject22, to use my modified script to solve this problem in your workflow as well if you think it's a better solution . Thanks Axel
  15. Hi, This workflow is barely a clone of this other one which is really good for those who uninstalled Flash from Safari but occasionally need a browser with flash activated to visualize some flash content. However I'm not using Chrome but SRWare Iron (based on Chromium) instead of Chrome so I changed a bit the workflow to make it work on Iron. Btw (non-developer readers could go right to the next paragraph!), I also slightly changed the Applescript that was used by the Chrome workflow, because (correct me if I'm wrong) the script was doing nothing if no window was opened in Chrome. Then
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