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  1. If you often scale designs using the golden ratio, you are probably tired of copy/pasting from your calculator. Now, with the Golden Ratio Workflow, after selecting a number, a simple hotkey will paste that number multiplied or divided by 1.618, the golden ratio. cmd+opt+shift+G will multiply the number by 1.618 and paste the result. cmd+opt+G will divide by 1.618 and paste it. View it in action here: https://monosnap.com/direct/WY9O1oh71mMjGNfYL94kwazBxeHnoU Try it out for yourself here: http://www.kevnk.com/public/alfred/Golden-Ratio.alfredworkflow
  2. Hello everyone. I tried to integrate thenounproject.com service. The main purpose of this workflow is a choice of the icon, by tags, and query words with the possibility get the preview right through the Alfred. So, you can choose some icons for your Alfred workflows and you can see how does it look like immediately. The main function of this workflow is preview icons (many icons), so I suggest flipping through the pages (by hit arrow buttons) instead of scrolling. For that, I limited count of the search result to 12. You can change this optionally (in Alfred pref
  3. Hey, I would love to share my own Alfred Theme called "macOS Dark Theme". It's lightly inspired in spotlight and also have beautiful purple alfred-like details on selector. I hope you have a great time using it! You can download it here
  4. This simple, little workflow calculates the longer and shorter side of the golden ratio for any given number. Very handy for designers. Download Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/goldenratio GitHub: https://github.com/medienlampe/alfred2-goldenratio Usage Use the keyword 'gr' followed by an integer to get the corresponding shorter and longer side of the golden ratio which then can be selected and copied to the clipboard pressing 'Enter'. This is my first Alfred2 workflow ever – if you have any questions or feedback, plea
  5. I use modifiers to jump around text, and often it's faster just to retype an Alfred query than to edit it at a specific point. I'm going super minimal with my theme, so I was wondering if I could get an option to hide the keyboard cursor.
  6. I created a workflow that allows you to find .sketch file extensions easier. I re-indexed and Alfred still was unable to find the files. http://d.pr/f/6Hu8
  7. Yet another converter :-) Now for converting between Android's device-independent pixels and standard densities (like mdpi, hdpi, xhdpi, etc.) Download! also check out the UNIX file permissions converter!
  8. Download Font Awesome Workflow Description You can incremental search for Font Awesome Icons and paste it to front most app. Screenshots (Animated GIF) for coding HTML/CSS for designing in Photoshop, Illustrator, etc Usage Keyword fa: Search through Font Awesome Icons. Enter: Paste class name (for coding HTML/CSS. e.g. fa-arrow-circle-o-right) Ctrl + Enter: Paste character reference (for designing in Photoshop, Illustrator, etc) Shift + Enter: Paste character code (e.g. f18e) Cmd + Enter: Open in browser (e.g. http://fontawesome.io/icon/arrow-cir
  9. Here's a theme and wallpaper I made: http://cl.ly/0R3m353h160m; http://cl.ly/image/2Q2L2m0L0B42 Enjoy!
  10. Here is the link ! What it looks like :
  11. Quick reference for different standard paper formats and resolution sizes of different devices. For paper sizes, type paper, and you’ll see the available standards; all of them have different shortcuts which you can narrow down by starting to type the name of the format you want (so typing paperiso b3 will only show you the B3 size of the ISO 126 standard). For device resolutions, type resolution, and you’ll see the available devices. You can narrow them down by name. Paper sizes taken from wikipedia and resolution sizes from dpi.lv. Download
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