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  1. TumblrBackup Backup any Tumblr site via Alfred This is a quick workflow that I use on a day to day basis. Figured that maybe someone else might want to use it too. This workflow allows the user to enter any URL to any Tumblr site (formatted http://x.tumblr.com/), then Alfred will backup all data of that site to folder on the user's machine. I find this workflow most useful when I need to mass download my previous uploads or save my entire Tumblr site locally. Small workflow, but useful all the same. Download HERE
  2. Hello, a while back I found a little AppleScript for OmniFocus users. The author is Shawn Blanc. It is used to have access to the Quick-Entry Pane, even if OmniFocus isn't running at the moment. Set-up: the workflow should be triggered with the same keyboard shortcut you use to activate the OmniFocus Quick-Entry Pane. This way you won't have to worry about starting OmniFocus to use your Quick-Entry Pane, it's always ready! I just put the script into a workflow and added a trigger. The only thing you have to do is choose the shortcut and you're done. download the workflow here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1wnhuk0jr3v8ot8/OopsieFocus.alfredworkflow Credits go to: http://shawnblanc.net/2011/06/oopsiefocus/ Hope you enjoy this, (it's pretty useful if you happen to use the Quick-Entry Pane as often as I do) Daniel.
  3. Hello, forum I started using Alfred 43 minutes ago, ending my long standing command+space relationship with Spotlight. I'm running Mavericks GM. I just noticed that when using the Dictionary define function, if the dictionary is already open on another space, Alfred doesn't shift to that space. It doesn't bring the dictionary in focus on the same space either. Not a big issue, but just wanted to make sure that I wasn't missing anything. Thanks for the wonderful application. It took me less than 10 minutes to fall in love. Regards Raptor UPDATE: I wanted to add that the Dictionary app does get selected but no window comes up from another Space.
  4. This is a workflow for fetching the latest topics on this forum category (i.e. "Share your Workflows"). After typing the keyword, a list of the latest topics will be shown and after clicking on one, the workflow will take you to the url of the post. Links: http://limelinx.com/9moq https://www.dropbox.com/s/xap44zjjojwid0u/Alfred%20Forum.alfredworkflow Usage: alff Note: If none of the links works, please tell me, I will reupload it.
  5. Guys and Gals, I had an interesting issue last night where there was an erroneous entry in my Default Browser drop-down in Safari Preferences, as illustrated below: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/92027174/Screen%20Shot%202013-07-30%20at%209.05.26%20PM.jpg The Wondershare App that is displayed was not even on my system any more, and DEFINITELY was not a browser. I figured that there would be a phantom plist somewhere. I typed 'Wondershare' into Alfred, and there WERE a few bits and pieces listed which I removed, but this did not fix the issue. I typed Wondershare into Spotlight, and Wondershare.plist appeared in the Developers section. I deleted it, and rebooted my Mac. The Wondershare entry illustrated above disappeared! I was very happy. My questions: 1) Why didn't Alfred find 'Wondershare.plist', but Spotlight did? and 2) What do I need to change in Alfred setting to make sure that plist files are displayed in future? Cheers, Smurf
  6. I keep getting the update popup 'Alfred v2.0.6 (203) is now available'. I update and relaunch but it will still popup at a random time or when I open another application. Anyone else having this issue? I'm on Mountain lion.
  7. I don't know if this is possible so i am posting it here. Let's say I have three mounted disks and I only want to unmount two of them. ASOT I have to repeat the process "Eject disk X" two times. What I do like to do is type the keyword of the workflow that unmount disks, select all the disk I want to unmount and click enter. Another use case, when using the buffer, I have to type the name of the file I want to add, hit alt+up for any file I want to add. I would like to have to type the name of the file I want to add, select all the files and I hit and special shortcut to add them to the buffer. One could select the files by clicking or a la Finder (ie with a shortcut shift+down).
  8. Does anyone know how to fix this issue? I cannot figure out why Alfred will not switch between my mac desktop screens. Example: I have spotify and mail in one screen, then I have chrome in another, and photoshop in another. Say I am in screen 3 (using photoshop) and I pull up Alfred and type spotify and hit enter - It does not move me to that first screen where spotify is. Is there a fix?
  9. Pressing right arrow while browsing file on Alfred, a list of action comes up including "Move to...". Pressing right arrow on that option will yield 3 results, Documents, Desktop and Application. However, I'd like to add some custom folders, which I access on a regular basis. Is this possible? Thank you for any help!
  10. Get Google Cache of a URL with this workflow! Easy to use: In Alfred, enter the following and press Enter: cache URL Download Alfred Cache here.
  11. There are several Spotify alfred workflows that use the Spotify API, but are painfully slow. This is a very simple workflow, but is very fast. The keyword "SP" followed by a search automatically plays the track. For this to work best, just type song and artist. i.e.: "sp paradise coldplay". The great thing is it searches Spotify using its online XML search and sorts by popularity. Which is why you can be unspecific on your searches and it'll still work. If you wanted to listen to the song "I Want Crazy" by Hunter Hayes, you could just search "sp crazy hayes" and it still plays the track within three seconds. download it here: http://goo.gl/5xavj
  12. alfred-haxelib Manage your Haxe libraries from Alfred Install/Remove libraries with: haxelib install LIBRARY_NAME haxelib remove LIBRARY_NAME or select specific versions: haxelib install LIBRARY_NAME VERSION haxelib remove LIBRARY_NAME VERSION Set the current version number for a library: Trivia Download: alfred-haxelib.alfredworkflow Source code: alfred-haxelib @ Github Based on alfred.py alfred-haxelib should support Alleyoop Updater Greetings Kasoki
  13. as the title. Download & Source Instructions
  14. A simple way for you to track all apps price, work with AppShopper. Download & Source Instructions 2013-04-18 Update: Now you can change Country/Currency, includes all 91 countries. keyword: 'app change-country' More search type 2013-04-28 Update: Fixed `Search app for iphone` error. Open iTunes Store link or AppShopper link
  15. https://github.com/Critter/Alfred-NZBX Can anyone please use this code to create a workflow? I think it would be really useful.
  16. simple, easy, effective Source at Github.com Features: Core: some functions to make building alfred workflow easier Feedback system: generate alfred feedback XML Config management: save and retrieve settings Cache management: save and retrieve cache data Storage: download file Code Example: >>> import alfred >>> alfred.bundleID() 'net.jeeker.awf.AppDig' >>> alfred.log('log message') # save log message to 'log.txt' in workflow's folder >>> alfred.exit('exit-message') exit-message >>> alfred.exitWithFeedback(title='exitWithFeedback') <items><item uid="net.jeeker.awf.AppDig.29008681"><icon>icon.png</icon><subtitle /><title>exitWithFeedback</title></item></items> >>> feedback = alfred.Feedback() >>> feedback.addItem(title='Feedback Title', subtitle='subtitle', autocomplete='subcmd', valid=False) >>> feedback.addItem(title='Feedback Title 2', subtitle='subtitle 2', arg='arg') >>> feedback.addItem(title='Feedback Title 3', subtitle='subtitle 3') >>> feedback.output() <items><item autocomplete="subcmd" uid="net.jeeker.awf.AppDig.11134445" valid="no"><icon>icon.png</icon><subtitle>subtitle</subtitle><title>Feedback Title</title></item><item arg="arg" uid="net.jeeker.awf.AppDig.20583908"><icon>icon.png</icon><subtitle>subtitle 2</subtitle><title>Feedback Title 2</title></item><item uid="net.jeeker.awf.AppDig.31032116"><icon>icon.png</icon><subtitle>subtitle 3</subtitle><title>Feedback Title 3</title></item></items> >>> alfred.config.set(username='JinnLynn', testkey='testvalue') >>> alfred.config.getAll() {u'username': u'JinnLynn', u'testkey': u'testvalue'} >>> alfred.config.get('username') u'JinnLynn' >>> alfred.config.delete('username') >>> alfred.config.getAll() {u'testkey': u'testvalue'} >>> alfred.cache.set('test-cache', {'cache-data':'test-data'}, expire=10) >>> alfred.cache.get('test-cache') {u'cache-data': u'test-data'} >>> alfred.cache.timeout('test-cache') 2.6863911151885986 >>> alfred.cache.get('test-cache') # expired return None >>> alfred.cache.timeout('test-cache') -1 >>> alfred.storage.getLocalIfExists('http://i.imgur.com/17lNrSX.png') # Non-existent >>> alfred.storage.getLocalIfExists('http://i.imgur.com/17lNrSX.png', download=True) '/tmp/net.jeeker.awf.AppDig/0fef92118c683242f9b6e2a40e1a54f5.png' >>> alfred.storage.batchDownload(['http://i.imgur.com/8pa4x95.png','http://i.imgur.com/PX03uFm.png']) >>> alfred.storage.getLocalIfExists('http://i.imgur.com/8pa4x95.png') '/tmp/net.jeeker.awf.AppDig/dc119234ccb1f8fea4064b9a83a2dd6b.png' all my workflows are based on this module.
  17. Is there a way to integrate Alfred with Found? I love the accuracy of found to find my on/offline cloud files. Found App: https://www.foundapp.com/
  18. This theme was inspired by the colors used in Alfred's Web site. I hope you guys like it. Download
  19. Hi, for a time both versions were living together in my system. Today I decided to erase version 1, I´m a Hazel user too, and when an app is dropped to the bin al support files and preferences too, the surprise came when Alfred 2 seemed to be with factory defaults so my question is... both apps shares the same preferences? I only need to remove Alfred 1 app? Thanks.
  20. sometimes I want to use Alfred and not see it. Is that possible? Like typing the Alfred launch key and after that the other key of the workflow to execute something and never see Alfred? Just a question for your brain to work it. lol
  21. ok, I hope you like this theme. I think is one of those theme that can be called System Sweet or Sweet Alfred... My Wife loved it. Enjoy. Download here: http://bit.ly/YCRgjk UPDATED: LINK FIXED
  22. I've found that Finder's "Open With" menu can accumulate some duplicates over time (e.g., with WebKit's and TextMate's nightly builds). So, after searching for the Terminal hack to reset the database involved (source), I thought of creating an Alfred Workflow to avoid googling for it every time and to allow for a quick reset. Download the Alfred Workflow [Works in OS X 10.8]
  23. With v1, there was an option to hide the icon from the Dock. I'm seeing an option to hide v2 from the Menu Bar, but not from the Dock... is that on purpose? or is there a way to do it, and I'm just missing it? I'd like to keep the Alfred icon on the menu bar, but not on the Dock. Do tell, please.
  24. I share a Flurry icon that I found on Deviantart :
  25. In Alfred v1, I had a simple AppleScript that created a new file in Finder's frontmost window: tell application "Finder" to make new file at (the target of the front window) as alias I'm trying to get it to work in Alfred v2 and I simply can't. I also tried alternatives, like this one, which uses Bash instead (from Mac Tuts), but nothing successful: myPath=$(osascript -e 'try' -e 'tell application "Finder"' -e 'set this_folder to (the target of the front window) as alias' -e 'set this_folder to POSIX path of this_folder' -e 'return this_folder' -e 'end tell' -e 'end try' -e 'set this_folder to POSIX path of (path to desktop)' -e 'return this_folder'); cd $myPath; touch newfile Can someone point out what I'm doing wrong (or perhaps the Beta hasn't reached that point yet)? Also, if someone would like to lend a hand, all I want is a workflow that allows me to create a file. If you really want to have fun, an optional keyword argument which can specify the filename (and extension) would be even better. Thanks in advance, Bruno
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