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My first workflow! I saw a similar one that ejected all disks but wanted more fine grained control over which disks to eject. When you type the keyword 'eject' it shows a list of the ejectable drives. Simply press enter or click on one to eject the drive. A notification should pop up in the notification center if the drive has been ejected. Some stats about the drives are shown such as protocol, partition type, and size. Icons are also changed per protocol. Workflow uses a python. Let me know if you have any suggestions or find any bugs. Download
Hi there, I am trying to create a workflow that unmounts a AFP network volume before Shut Down. I am using diskutil unmount command. Here's my workflow which doesn't seem to correct. When I execute diskutil unmount on the command line, the volume is unmounted successfully. Can anyone help me out with this? Language: bin/bash diskutil unmount /Volumes/myvolume
Hi, After using a few workflow downloaded here and on Packal (Google Translate, OS X Toolbox, Call or SMS contact for example), I have been creating some workflow of my own like a file filter and now to launch my apps, files and drives when I get to work. MOUNTING PART This part works, including a Run NSAppleScript to mount 2 volumes. Here it is : tell application "Finder" mount volume "smb://name-pc/Folder A" mount volume "smb://name-pc/FolderB" end tell As you can see, the first shared folder has a space in its name. But for mounting, it didn't seem to be a problem to mount them. But, I am always getting the pop-up window asking for username & password. Both of them are already written (and the "Remember in Keychain"is selected..) so all I have to do is click OK. I was wondering if there is a way to avoid this pop-up ? I for example used a simple shortcut prior to using Alfred and when clicking it, I didn't get the pop-up, which sounds logic since it is stored in my keychain. If not, how can I make Alfred to click OK for me ? UNMOUNTING PART Unfortunately, unmounting is not working by juste changing mount to unmount. So I found another way as written here : do shell script "umount /Volumes/Folder A" do shell script "umount /Volumes/FolderB" But Folder A is not unmounted... I even found an existing workflow in this board (here) but the unmount function of is also not capable of un mounting this particular folder. But it shows up when I type "unmount" keyword as "Folder%20A" So I tried those commands in my NSAppleScript : do shell script "umount /Volumes/Folder%20A/" do shell script "umount /Volumes/Folder\ A/" None of these made it unmount. But this one works in my mac Terminal : umount /Volumes/Folder\ A So I tried to add a Terminal Command action, but this one opens up the terminal when done. Is there a way to do it without getting the terminal app to actually launch ? If not, any idea on the correct syntax for the AppleScript command here ? Regards
I love the eject and eject all command, great for external hard drives, of which I have a more than a few. I wish I could "Re-Mount" a drive with alfred rather than go thought Disk Utility. I'm sure it's possible, can anyone help me out with this? Thanks —James