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  1. πŸ‘‹ Hi. Long time lurker stopping by to share something I've been working on. I'm calling it Pacmax (PM). Akin to Packal (which is a great website that I'm sure we all know and love) PM is my attempt to fill what voids I feel exist in the current landscape for the other Alfred lovers out there, like myself. Namely: 1) It works from the source, dynamically updating content from GitHub. 2) No accounts are necessary to add Workflows and Themes, because I'm curating submissions. 3) Adding to PM is as simple as submitting the GitHub repository. Repos with files that use the appropriate .alfredappearance & .alfredworkflow extensions will enable PM to display Import (themes will open directly with Alfred) and Get Import File (workflows). There is plenty left to be desiredβ€”so your feedback is very important! I hope you'll check it out and let me know what you think. Don't forget to add your favorite Workflows & Extensions! I've added a few of my favorites, and have even discovered some real neat repositories that I felt were worth sharing. If anyone is interested, you can learn more about Pacmax at pacmax.org. If you have any kind of feedback or are interested in maybe getting involved on a deeper level I welcome your feedback over at pacmax.org/feedback Thanks and all the best, Maxwell
  2. Finally here: Update your workflows with the Packal Updater. There is a longer explanation on the Packal page, so just check that one out, but I'll give you a short version here. The updater will upgrade any workflows that you have downloaded from Packal when an upgrade becomes available. It cannot upgrade any workflows that you did not download from Packal. When you launch it the first time, head over to the settings and configure how you want it to work. If you write workflows, then put in the name that you most often use. If you have a Packal account, put that name in there too. If you do those two things, then the updater won't try to upgrade your workflows. If there are workflows that you do not want to update if, say, you've modified them, then Blacklist them in the appropriate place, and the updater will ignore those workflows. If you're running Mavericks (or, theoretically, Yosemite), then you'll have access to a nifty little GUI. If you're not, then, well, you don't, but you can still configure and do everything from Alfred itself. See the animated screenshots below for a quick demo of both. Three other notes: (1) The Updater Workflow uses the Alfred Bundler, which has been receiving an overhaul. If you run into some trouble with it, then just go ahead and delete your bundler directory, and it will re-install itself. A newer version of the bundler should be coming out soon that will make some great fixes, but you needn't worry about that because the bundler will update itself. (2) The Updater can send information to Packal about what workflows you have installed, enabled, and downloaded from Packal. It'll try to do this once a week if you do not disable the feature. It is anonymous reporting in that there is no way for me to figure out who you are from the data. Here's the command that I use to generate your unique identifier: ioreg -rd1 -c IOPlatformExpertDevice | awk '/IOPlatformUUID/ { split($0, line, "\""); printf("%s\n", line[4]); }' If you just plug that into a terminal, then you'll probably see something akin to: . (3) The Updater keeps backups of the workflows you've updated, so, if anything breaks, just open the backups folder and double-click the most recent version of the workflow to restore. Anyway, go grab it from Packal, and start updating. (And, as always, I think I've removed all the bugs, but, as I release this into the wild, I expect to find more. Just report them here.) Lastly, the updater can update itself according to my tests. Cool, right? Demo β€” Packal "GUI" Demo β€” Packal Script Filter Interface
  3. Packal.org Alfred Workflow Search Search Packal.org's collection of workflows from the comfort of Alfred. Downloading Get the workflow from GitHub or Packal. Usage packal workflows [query] β€” View/search for workflows by name/category/author/tag ↩ β€” Open workflow page on Packal.org in your browser ⌘+↩ β€” View/search workflows by the same author packal tags [query] β€” View/search workflow tags ↩ or β‡₯ β€” View/search workflows with selected tag packal categories [query] β€” View/search workflow categories ↩ or β‡₯ β€” View/search workflows in selected category packal authors [query] β€” View/search workflow authors ↩ or β‡₯ β€” View/search workflows by selected author packal versions [query] β€” View/search OS X versions and compatible workflows ↩ or β‡₯ β€” View/search workflows compatible with selected OS X version packal status β€” Show a list of workflows that are out-of-date or are available on Packal.org, but were installed from elsewhere (i.e. they contain no Packal metadata, so can't be versioned by this workflow or updated by the Packal update workflow). Icons Sometimes, an icon is shown after a workflow's name. They have the following meanings: Thanks, Licence Thanks to Shawn Patrick Rice for building Packal.org. Much use made of docopt and Alfred-Workflow. This workflow, excluding the Packal icon, is released under the MIT Licence. The Packal icon is the property of Shawn Patrick Rice.
  4. I love Packal, and I’ve grown to like awm, the CLI tool by Jonathan Wiesel. The response was not exactly overwhelming when Jonathan pushed awm out three years ago. But that was 2014, and since then CLI tools have gotten some traction, and today they are considered sexier than ever (I think). Anyway, I can’t stop dreaming of a version of awm that is ready for the year 2017. As a humble first step, I’ve just finished up three tiny PRs. They do absolutely nothing but remove the gunk from the `npm install` process. But hey, it’s a start! Regards, Claudia
  5. I've added a category to Packal to help track workflows that offer Alfred Remote functionality. Here is the category: http://www.packal.org/tags/alfred-remote. So, when you add your workflows to Packal, make sure that you check that box if you want it included there.
  6. First of all kudos to all the workflow programmers ;-) Is there a way to know if a workflow is compatible with El Capitain (as I cannot see any "check boxes " for El Capitain in the compatibility box within Packal) and also if one finds an issue with a workflow what is the best way to report the bug? thank you for yoru help. Nikolaos
  7. Alfred Nike Plus Running Description This is an Alfred Workflow to browse your Nike Plus statistics and running activities. Features Hotkey to trigger the workflow Update of activities directly from the workflow Browse by Year/Month Auto-Updater: it checks once per day and download automatically the new version Settings Check for workflow update Use Miles instead of KM Install/Refresh of the library Auto-Update The workflow checks for update once per day, if an update is available, it will download the new version in your Downloads folder. Note that you can also force a check for update in Settings section Credits Nike+ PHP Authenticate for Alfred Terminal-Notifier Download the workflow on Packal
  8. Hello there, I've been building a CLI application to manage workflows the way package managers like npm and Homebrew does, I called it "awm" (acronym for Alfred Workflow Manager). Using http://packal.org (by Shawn Patrick Rice) as workflow's central repository, the intention of this project is to easily install and update workflows for shell lovers (like me). The project still needs user intervention for installing and updating workflows, unfortunately I'm unable to keep working on it for the moment, so any node.js developer that would like to contribute on the remaining features is more than welcome. For more information feel free to check it out: https://github.com/jonathanwiesel/awm https://www.npmjs.org/package/awm
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