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  1. I modified the excellent Almost-Black theme from here (many thanks to the original creator). I really love the minimalistic look of the theme, and the almost black appearance for my dark mode. What I personally prefer is tighter spacing that allows for a more compact appearance. I also am a big fan of the IBM Plex Mono font family. My theme uses it, so if anyone is interested, it is available here. Once you have it, you can select it in the appearance section of your Alfred theme. Since Alfred does not allow sharing without standard fonts, I have used the Typewriter font here (which is also one of my other favorites). You can find the theme here: https://www.alfredapp.com/extras/theme/VwhWJSUkJB/
  2. Superoutman

    SmallX v4

    hope you like it SmallX v4 - Download
  3. Hey guys! I've been trying different Alfred Themes in Light and Dark mode and recently decided to create my own and share with the community. You can check them out here below. Your feedbacks will be very much appreciated. πŸ™‚ Download links: MK Simply Dark 2021 MK Simply Light 2021
  4. Hi Guys: This is my alfred sinppet search window , the left side of the window is the name of snippet, the right side of the window is the sinippet conent and the key word. because my snippet name is too long, and when I forgot the keyword of snippet, I mainly search by snippet name. When a certain one is selected, the hidden name is not prompted and the window size cannot be adjusted... Can the full name be displayed when one is selected?
  5. Hi, One thing that I think would make Alfred better is if you could batch import workflows. When you try to do it now, it just takes the first one, asks you about wether you want to import, imports it, and ignores all the others. What you could do is whenever one tries to import multiple workflows or themes, have multiple prompts going through the list of themes/workflows that were opened, letting you accept or deny. Even better yet, you could have a checkbox, "do the same for the rest of the selection" that would function something like this: But instead of replacing or note replacing a file, it would install or deny a workflow/theme. You could also have an option that would always accept amy theme or workflow that was opened.
  6. Hey, this is my minimal theme. Inspired by google search and spotlightπŸ˜ƒ Minimal: https://www.alfredapp.com/extras/theme/zNHmoYfnWK/ Minimal Dark: https://www.alfredapp.com/extras/theme/9ImSLfi2gz/ Minimal Dark edit by @poirpom: https://www.alfredapp.com/extras/theme/hYQD9vS5TR/
  7. Here are two Alfred Powerpack Themes inspired by vaporwave and James White's Signalnoise's incredible artwork, specifically his Synthwave playlist cover art. These are successors to my Synthwave '84 theme and requires Alfred 4.3+. 🎩 Download theme
  8. Hi! I want to share a theme I made, it's not particularly original, but it better suits my taste Spacious Spacious Dark
  9. Dark Light BigSur Dark BigSur Light link: https://bit.ly/36sA9g9
  10. Thanks to Chris Messina, and his top-notch non-stop themes, I had a shot at one inspired by mymind (for which I have a few spare invites in case anyone would like to try it out! πŸ˜‰ ) Download here Requires Alfred Powerpack
  11. Not biased. https://www.alfredapp.com/extras/theme/n0zJWXAe5k/ Set search text font to "Helvetica Neue" and choose the Medium weight option to match my screenshot. I keep the hat for style.
  12. Modified the official Dracula theme. https://www.alfredapp.com/extras/theme/UhJ2Rc76NF/
  13. Here is an Alfred Powerpack Theme that is inspired by Spotify's UI and color scheme. 🎩 Download theme
  14. Here is an Alfred Powerpack Theme that is inspired by Apple Music appearance and color scheme on Big Sur. 🎩 Download theme
  15. Here is an Alfred Powerpack Theme that is inspired by JuneCloud's Deliveries.app appearance and color scheme. 🎩 Download theme
  16. Just launched another theme! This one was inspired by Google's iOS Widgets. It uses Google Sans as its typeface. Eager for the next update to Alfred so I can match the rounded corner design better... @Andrew says it's in the works! 🎩 Download theme
  17. I've released a new theme based on Tempo that uses the open source Inter typeface! 🎩 Download it here
  18. Just wanted to make a super clean dark theme. Enjoy!
  19. August 2020 edit: I'm now working on a Big Sur edition of this theme collection! To get a native look and feel, we will need one more option from Alfred's theming engine: Round corners for the highlighted search result πŸ™‚ I'm making this case in this tweet, please RT/Like if you'd like to see this happen: https://twitter.com/AlexMartinFR/status/1292051533903863809?s=20 Thanks πŸ™ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hello everyone, Here is a full collection of themes to embrace macOS Mojave's new Dark and Light themes and their respective accent colors! Each one hase been carefully designed with a pinch of the accent color's hue in each element. I've chosen to respect the low contrast Yellow Accent color shipped by Apple in macOS, despite not being fond of it. It comes in Blue, Purple, Pink, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green & Gray, each with a Dark and Light variant. You can have the color you want, as long as it's not black! There is now a workflow made for this themes collection, which allows you to switch easily between Dark & Light mode, and select your Alfred theme's accent color. Here is a quick demo: TL;DR: How to Install ? You can find all the previews in High Res and link to each theme on Alfred's website on my repo: https://github.com/AlexMartinFR/mojave-alfred-accented-themes Enjoy
  20. I made two themes based on my email client, Superhuman. Since Superhuman uses Operator Mono Book as its typeface, I decided to use the open source Fira Code font to achieve a similar look. Get the themes here Here are two previews:
  21. Like minimalism? Like blue? You will love this theme.. Download: https://www.alfredapp.com/extras/theme/YQBTURrTNR/ Download: https://www.dropbox.com/preview/aplicaciones/Alfredd/Miniblue.alfredappearance?role=personal
  22. For those who appreciate pink accent in macOS and wide width to see more content in descriptions / inline dictionary text, etc. Updated to v1.24 - 10 Mar, 2020 : Reduced width for zoomed / scaled screens. https://www.alfredapp.com/extras/theme/LzTadx0x9A/
  23. I like mine minimal. v3 Download here (Over 1000 downloads already. Thank you all!) v2 Download here v1 Download here Although you can't see it, it has a very slight transparency letting th back show just a tad. Tip: Install the latest version and apply a blur to it. Looks SO cool.
  24. Alfred - Terminal and iTerm2 Control Workflow Requires Alfred 3+ Quick Start: Download Here (Alfred 2 users, the last compatible version was Terminal Control 2.2, still available here) An Alfred workflow for controlling aspects of Apple's Terminal Utility and iTerm2. Designed specifically for developers and admins who spend a lot of time in terminals at the command line. Particularly useful for those who manage multiple tabs and use varied Profiles (color themes) for Terminal/iTerm2 windows. New Terminals The keyword trigger term (or iterm) will bring up a list of Profiles (themes/skins) based on Terminal preferences. Continue typing to select one. Modifier keys: Shift: launch this Profile in a new tab Command: change the active Terminal tab to this Profile Merge and Split Terminal only: Keyword trigger term move will separate the current tab into its own window. Terminal only: Keyword trigger term merge will merge all open Terminal windows into one tabbed set. iTerm Only: Keyword trigger *iterm arrange* will call iTerm's "arrange all windows horizontally" window helper. Terminal to a Directory Keyword trigger term dir (or iterm dir), followed by a directory search phrase will launch the default Terminal profile, and automatically change to the selected directory. Why Do I Want This? I spend a lot of time connected to various processes, machines, networks, running screen/tmux sessions, etc. From my personal experience (read: typing the wrong command into an ssh session of a production machine and taking down large consumer web properties in the process), I've built a habit of always color-coding my terminal windows. White on black for local OSX terminal. Green on black for local virtual machines, green background for testing networks, and RED background for production machines (a constant reminder to be careful what I type). This alfred workflow allows me to launch terminal themes, and also change a terminal tab quickly to a new theme if I repurpose it for a new task. Install Notes Download the compiled workflow directly, or visit the repository for the full source code This is my very first workflow, so I'd appreciated feedback on the installation process. In theory, I've bundled all the necessary ruby gems in the workflow package proper, so it should be a simple double-click install. If you do need to install manually, please let me know. Hints are in the developer notes. You will need to allow accessibility support for Alfred. This should be prompted automatically. But since Mavericks, this happens in a new place, in the security and privacy system preferences area. Enable it as shown here if you get stuck: Thanks to Bryan McKelvey for the simple Alfredo Ruby Gem Thanks to phyllisstein for Alleyoop Thanks to Quentin Stafford-Fraser for inspiration and approach in his dedicated iTerm2 Profiles workflow Release Notes v1.0 (May 6, 2013) - Initial release v1.1 (May 10, 2013) - Support for Alleyoop workflow updater v2.0 (May 12, 2013) - Added control for popular alternative iTerm2 terminal emulator v2.1 (Nov 7, 2013) - Included bundled gems for ruby 2.0.0 for Mavericks OS X 10.9 Support v2.2 (Nov 21, 2014) - Improved UI scripting dialog to conform with 10.9+ privacy behaviors v2.3 (Jun 23, 2016) - Support for iTerm2 version 3.0.0+ to accommodate their new AppleScript dictionaries, dropped support for Alfred 2.x v2.4 (Oct 15, 2017) - Included bundled gems for ruby 2.3.0 for macOS High Sierra 10.13 Support v2.5 (Sep 29, 2018) - Support for macOS Mojave 10.14 v2.6 (Oct 27, 2019) - Removed alfredo and nokogiri dependencies, moved to Alfred JSON format, macOS Catalina 10.15 Support. Requires Alfred 3+ Feedback Wanted: I'd love to hear feedback. Are you using this workflow? How? What improvements would you like?
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