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  1. Thank you! Just what I was looking for. Any possibility of adding the "Let us type a number to get an immediate converted value" feature? Thank you! Liat
  2. I got it working! Now my blur level is perfect. Thanks again!
  3. Hi Vero, I looked in the Help documentation but couldn't find out where this setting is: how do I make sure my theme is slightly transparent? I changed the opacity on the colors but it still seems solid. Thank you!
  4. Thanks all! I did a ghetto workaround to make this work with Bartender - I just had the script quit Bartender at the beginning and then start it again at the end. It actually is surprisingly fast, so it seems like it will work for me until someone smart comes up with a real fix. (I adapted tabacitu's version because I thought it was faster.) Thank you paulw - I leave yours running too so I can tell from the Alfred results whether DND is off or on. But then I run tabacitu's version to toggle it. try tell application "Bartender 2" quit end tell end try tell application "System Events" set toggled to false option key down delay 0.1 try click menu bar item "Notification Center" of menu bar 2 of application process "SystemUIServer" set toggled to true end try if not toggled then try click menu bar item 1 of menu bar 2 of application process "SystemUIServer" end try end if option key up end tell tell application "Bartender 2" activate end tell
  5. Ooh! I will do that right now. Thanks Vero!
  6. Hi all, I just found out about this workflow and want to try it. Any chance someone could update it for Alfred 3? Thanks! Liat
  7. Hi all, I downloaded Ender's updated workflow last year - thank you so much! However, it doesn't seem to work when I have my computer set in another language. Is there any way to fix this? Thanks, Liat
  8. Hi there, Thank you so much for this script! I tried it out today but the script editor returned this result, whether or not any files were actually missing: {"File 1 is missing"} In order to run the script, I selected the folder in Finder and then ran the script. Is there something I'm doing wrong? Thank you, Liat
  9. Hi dfay, I just wanted to say thank you so much for posting this solution for me to try! I got super busy at work yesterday and today so I haven't been able to test it out but I will do so very soon. Thank you again! Liat
  10. Yes! The serial numbers always show up exactly like that - as the last 4 digits of the filename.
  11. Hello Brainy Alfred Workflow Geniuses, This has to do with scripting more than workflows really, but I don't know where else to go for help. I am new to scripting and don’t even know where to start on this, so I am wondering if there is a way to do what I want. I want to be able to run a script on a folder or group of folders to find out if there are any missing items in the folder, that is, if the series of items is missing any numbers. There might be more than one way to do this, and I’m open to any way that works. The script should display a dialog when the folder doesn’t have the right number of files in it. In order to know what the number of files should be (and this is what I want to automate) I have to look at the serial numbers on the files within the folder. The number of files in the folder should equal (the highest serial # - the lowest serial #) plus 1. Here is a real-life example. The folder to be looked at it contains a folder inside it and inside that is a set of serially numbered .dpx files numbered from 1000 to 1150. tb0020_comp_v028 / 2370x1800 / tb0020_comp_v028.1000.dpx - tb0020_comp_v028.1150.dpx The script should look at the highest/last serial number (1150), subtract the lowest serial number (1000), add 1, and compare that to the number of .dpx files in the folder. There should be 151 files in the folder. Or, like I said, maybe there is a script that can spot whenever a series of files misses a number. Ideally if the folder were missing one of the files in the series, the alert would say something like “Broken Frames Detected! Missing tb0020_comp_v028.1032.dpx and tb0020_comp_v028.1047.dpx” Can anyone point me in the right direction as far as creating something like this? Thank you very much, Liat
  12. OH MY GOD YOU ARE AMAZING!!! You have made my life so much easier! Thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
  13. Thank you so much - you are amazing! It's so cool that you know how to do this! I really appreciate it. I set up the workflow like you said and it works. However, the output is a little confusing if you're not a computer. It displays it like this: Size: 5739242 (5783552) Is there any way to get it to display like it does in the File Info window, like this? -> Size: 5.7 GB Again, thanks a million.
  14. Hi amazing clever Alfred-ites, I would like to make a workflow that would display the size of a selected file in large type. So if I have a file selected in the Finder, I could hit a keystroke and, really big, I would see "1.2 GB" or whatever the file size is. I don't even know where to start. Does anyone have any ideas? Thank you! Liat
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