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  1. Got it now deanishe Thank you very much. That's great. I must look into the difference, if any, between ImageMagick and GraphicsMagick. But that workflow is just what I wanted. Thank you.
  2. Thank you very much deanishe Unfortunately I just get an alert: no such file or directory I installed GraphicsMagick - as you used that to test - but got same result. Thanks
  3. Hi deanishe The way I'd like it to work would be to use Alfred to navigate to the image (which is likely to be on my desktop - eg /Desktop/myimage.jpg as per original post) and then to be able to use the right arrow to select an action which will run the convert script. Like this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/vz64pgyh89vy759/Screenshot%202015-11-25%2010.58.14.png?dl=0 It would be great if it could assign a new name to the converted image in order to keep the original but not essential. Many thanks
  4. Thanks very much deanishe I don't mind overwriting the file if it's easier to create a workflow like that but currently when I enter the path for /myimage.jpg into the terminal I also enter something like /myimage2.jpg into the second part of the code and that is what is output. Usually to the same directory. I mean it would be great if it set up a new folder like the tinypng workflow does for optimised images but that would only be vital if there was no way to output a new filename and it was consistently a problem to overwrite the original. thanks
  5. I wonder if anyone can help me. I have been using Ramiro's workflow (the first version) for imageoptim-cli and it has worked brilliantly: I simply used Alfred to find the image on my desktop and then just chose the Optimize Images action to run it. Perfect. However now I'm getting good results from ImageMagik's command line tools and would like a similar workflow. This is what I run in terminal: convert /Desktop/myimage.jpg -strip -quality 75 -interlace line /Desktop/myimage2.jpg How could I turn that into a similar workflow? Many thanks
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