Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Restart'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Alfred 3
  • Make the Most of Alfred
    • Discussion & Help
    • Bug Reports
    • Alfred Feature Suggestions
    • Themes
  • Alfred Workflows
    • Share your Workflows
    • Workflow Help & Questions
  • Alfred v2 Themes
  • Alfred Remote for iOS
    • Alfred Remote Discussion & Help
    • Remote Connection Troubleshooting

Categories

  • Articles
    • Forum Integration
    • Frontpage
  • Pages
  • Miscellaneous
    • Databases
    • Templates
    • Media

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Twitter


Website URL


Jabber


Location


Interests

Found 8 results

  1. To run just type "rapp" in Alfred bar and select the application you wish to restart. More info and download v1.1: Inline app search (courtesy of Carlos-Sz)
  2. Hi When using Alfred 2 to shutdown or restart my Mac, it does it as if I have the setting on to "Reopen windows when logging back in", which is a setting i despise. Is this a bug(that Alfred 2 does not use the users standard setting)? Or is it possible to use these functions without this option on? Thanks.
  3. Whenever I restart my Mac Alfred forgets all my personal keystrokes (Hotkeys). Not sure, but I think this is since the update to yosemite (yes, I already have 10.10.1)
  4. Hello Alfred's Baby Daddy, I'm running Alfred v2 on a late 2011 MacBook Pro, running on Yosemite (10.10.5). I have used Alfred for years without a hitch, and I love this app. In fact, I had no idea just how much I use and rely on this app until it broke for me. However, my problem began when I updated to the latest version of Alfred, v2.7.2 (407). Upon my first reboot after installing the latest version of Alfred, and every startup since, my shortcut to pull up the Alfred search window no longer works. I use Apple key+SPACE to invoke Alfred, but this does not work anymore. This is regardless of focus, i.e. when I click out of my current program to the desktop and try the shortcut, nothing happens. When I do the same thing within an app, same thing: nothing happens. Before today, I've been limping along by opening up the Alfred preferences and then quitting same--without making any changes to preferences--and then trying the shortcut again. Amazingly, it would work once more. I've done this 10-15 times, and while a hassle, I put up with it. Today even this move will not work. I have tried setting the shortcut to a different combination, saving the preferences, and rebooting--same problem with no change. My next thing to try will be an uninstall and reinstall (I hope I don't lose my PowerPack license in the process!). Before I do so, I checked this forum and found no similar complaint. So, I decided to open this report. Thanks!
  5. I'm using OSX 10.9.5 on a 2014 Retina MacBook Pro. Using v2.5.1 of Alfred w/ Powerpack. Regardless of what I set my Alfred Hotkey to, whenever I restart my machine the Alfred Hotkey reverts to the default; option + spacebar. The appearance also reverts back to the default. I am using Dropbox as my Alfred sync folder. Is anyone else having this issue? Are there any known fixes?
  6. Hello, I'm a freshman, but i made a small workflow, especially an applescript which allows you to shut down or restart your computer. Thats not really a big thing, but the script quits all apps before shutting down so that no app is reopened after restart. Additional the script ejects one or all mounted HDs. I need this small section in the script, because my mac wouldn't shut down if one special external HD is mounted while shutting down. I made three workflows/scripts, the first one only shuts down, the second makes a restart and the third combines both, all with the additional functions I mentioned at the beginning. I hope you can use it Only the shut down-script: display dialog "Your mac will shut down in 5 seconds!" with title "shut down" giving up after 5 tell application "System Events" to set quitapps to name of every application process whose visible is true and name is not "Finder" and name is not "Alfred" repeat with closeall in quitapps quit application closeall end repeat tell application "Finder" if (exists disk "Bildmaterial") then tell application "Finder" eject disk "Bildmaterial" end tell else shut down end if shut down end tell -> download the workflow Only the restart-script: display dialog "Your mac will restart in 5 seconds!" with title "restart" giving up after 5 tell application "System Events" to set quitapps to name of every application process whose visible is true and name is not "Finder" and name is not "Alfred" repeat with closeall in quitapps quit application closeall end repeat tell application "Finder" if (exists disk "Bildmaterial") then tell application "Finder" eject disk "Bildmaterial" end tell else restart end if restart end tell -> download the workflow One for all - shut down/restart: display dialog "Your mac will shut down in 5 seconds!" with title "shut down" buttons {"cancel", "restart", "shut down"} default button 3 giving up after 5 set button_pressed to the button returned of the result tell application "System Events" to set quitapps to name of every application process whose visible is true and name is not "Finder" and name is not "Alfred" repeat with closeall in quitapps quit application closeall end repeat if button_pressed is "shut down" then tell application "Finder" if (exists disk "Bildmaterial") then tell application "Finder" eject disk "Bildmaterial" end tell else shut down end if shut down end tell else if button_pressed is "restart" then tell application "Finder" if (exists disk "Bildmaterial") then tell application "Finder" eject disk "Bildmaterial" end tell else restart end if restart end tell end if tell application "Finder" if (exists disk "Bildmaterial") then tell application "Finder" eject disk "Bildmaterial" end tell else shut down end if shut down end tell -> download the complete workflow
  7. When I come to shut down I often use Alfred to "Quit All Applications" then the "Shut Down." I do this at the end of each day. I sported this bug, sometimes if you "Quit all" and "shut down" before all the apps have closed, my computer reboots and displays a message "Your computer had to restart because of a problem." I have noticed this nearly always happens when I tell Alfred to quit all, then shut down straight after. And because it sometimes takes a long time for all applications to close (usually an adobe program that just takes ages to quit), if I force quite the apps that are taking a while, then the mac shuts down, but the reboots instantly with the error message. Because I noticed this I have been telling Alfred to Quit all, and waiting a while for all the apps to close in their own time. Then I would Tell Alfred to shut down. This usually works, but occasionally the computer restarts and still tells me "Your computer had to restart because of a problem." Just thought I'd let you know as you might be able to fix it. Apart from that Alfred has been running great, it's one of my favourite apps!
  8. Hi everyone! I made this extremely simple workflow which just tells the specified application to quit and then start again - effectively relaunching it! (I had recently faced this situation a lot of times with Java and AIR installs and what not! So I decided to keyboard-ify it with Alfred workflows.) You can download it from the following GitHub link: Start download of RelaunchApp-v1.0.alfredworkflow Hope you like it and feedback is always welcome. cheers, Bedartha Screenshot:
×
×
  • Create New...