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  1. davosan, thank you very much. I haven't had time lately to work on it!
  2. http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/1296-switch-retina-resolution/
  3. ops, it looks like that the preference panel for the 13" display is structured differently (less UI elements with a different hierarchy, I guess) not having a 13" myself, it's kinda hard for me to fix it. The best thing I can do is suggest you to download Accessibility Inspector (it comes with Xcode, see here https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/Accessibility/Conceptual/AccessibilityMacOSX/OSXAXTesting/OSXAXTestingApps.html for description on how to use it) to figure out the hierarchy of the UI.
  4. David, can you share a screenshot of your display tab in system preferences? I fear it might be different that the one on the 15". Luca
  5. Hi everybody! Mavericks broke the previous workflow I was using to quickly change resolution on my retina MacBook Pro (15", doesn't work on 13"). I thought that you might enjoy the new one I wrote! Usage: 'res b' or ⌘⌥^B for 1440*900 (think 'b' as in 'best for retina') 'res h' or ⌘⌥^H for 1680*1050 (think 'h' as in 'hi-res display', like the old 1680*1050 MBP Hi-Res display) 'res f' or ⌘⌥^F for 1920*1200 (think 'f' as in 'full-hd') Download link: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/34729/Change%20Resolution.alfredworkflow Happy weekend
  6. Thanks for the fix Thanks for the fix, everything seems to work fine for me!
  7. Unfortunately, this extension stopped working for me. I don't know if it is related to the fact that I've updated to Mavericks or not, but I can't figure out why it is not showing recent downloads anymore: as soon as I finish typing the keyword 'Recent', Alfred defaults to fallback results. Help?
  8. I'm using the OSX convention: com.companyname.workflowname
  9. I'd be nice to be able to cycle thru the history, i.e. when I reach the oldest command, I can hit ↑ again to see the most recent element. What do you think?
  10. yes, even if it feels like an hack. I hope they will consider my suggestion
  11. I was a huge fan of that option in Alfred v.1! I hope you'll bring it back
  12. Hello Beta tester! I've started playing with the new workflow editor ad it's really cool! for example, I'm using it to change the EQ of iTunes using an AppleScript on alfred_script(q) tell application "System Events" set iTunesRunning to count (every process whose name is "iTunes") end tell if iTunesRunning = 0 then tell application "iTunes" to activate end if if q = "q" or q = "Q" then set eqname to "quiet" else if q = "f" or q = "F" then set eqname to "flat" else set eqname to q end if tell application "iTunes" set the current EQ preset to EQ preset eqname end tell end alfred_script however, I'd also like to use some keyboard shortcut to select the EQs I use the most (flat & quiet) … Right now I'm using a less-than-ideal solution: basically I have three different appleScript: I'd like to be able to pass a custom parameter when the hotkey is pressed, i.e. ideally there would be an option in this menu that says "Custom parameter…" Overall, congrats to Andrew and Vero for the solid beta!
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