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  1. Search the Mac App Store and view search results with artwork previews right in Alfred. Open search results in App Store.app (default behavior) Quick Look search results' preview pages right in Alfred (press Shift, the Quick Look feature must be enabled in Alfred's preferences) Open search results' preview pages in your default browser (modifier key — Command) The workflow's preferences (keyword — masprefs) allow you to set the maximum search results limit and preferred store country, as well as clear the artwork cache. Additional keywords allow you to open the App Store app's Purchases (“masp”) and Updates (“masu”) tabs. Download
  2. This workflow allows you to switch between multiple Apple accounts quickly and easily in iTunes, App Store and iBooks. Also it can automatically turn on iTunes Match (iCloud Music Library) for you after switching (when available). Passwords will only be stored in Keychain. Keywords switch - Switch between Apple accounts in iTunes, App Store and iBooks fill - Autofill the password of your Apple account to the current input area Download v1.5: http://cl.ly/cFsl v1.4: http://cl.ly/YC2k v1.3: http://cl.ly/Xqnl v1.2: http://cl.ly/U5YK v1.1: http://cl.ly/U4Aw v1.0: http://cl.ly/U4KK What’s new Version 1.5 (2015-08-16) - Compatible with iTunes 12.2. - For users who use multiple input languages, now it can change input language to English before switching and autofilling to prevent entering non-ASCII characters, and switch back to previous input language when done. (Thanks to https://github.com/ybian/smartim) - Support non-email Apple ID. Version 1.4 (2014-10-23) - Update to OS X Yosemite's icons and fix some small bugs on Yosemite. Version 1.3 (2014-10-02) - Fix an issue that account and password would be entered into wrong fields in Mac App Store on OS X 10.10 Yosemite. Version 1.2 (2014-02-24) - New keyword "fill" to type in Apple account passwords for you automatically. Version 1.1 (2014-02-23) - Fix a mistake that passwords are stored in the configuration file. Packal address http://www.packal.org/workflow/apple-account-switcher Note: Technically, it should be able to support all system languages. But if it doesn't work with your system language, please contact me.
  3. Introduction The Get App Icon purpose is to: extract app’s icon from installed in /Application folder apps; extract app’s icon from Alfred action extension download app’s icon from App Store and Mac App Store Download from Packal → link direct download → link Screenshots How it works? To invoke Get App Icon workflow: use the icon keyword which will list all available in /Application folder apps; at top of results there is option to switch to online (App Store / Mac App Store) search that will search for typed app name; use File Action Extract app icon on chosen app on your Mac. The workflow behaves as follow: when used with local application it converts app’s icon in .icns format into .png using the biggest icon size (which is usually 1024 × 1024 or 512 × 512 px) and save it into Desktop folder; when used with online application it downloads its icon in .png format (please read Tips also for further information). Tips As you know, iPhone as well as iPad app icons have rounded corners. But the downloaded files will be squares until you meet this requirement: you have to have installed PIL library for Python. If you don’t have it, but want to, it is quite easy to install. First of all, you need to install pip — package installer for Python. Run below command in Terminal (required administrator password): sudo easy_install pip Next, install Pillow library using pip: pip install --user Pillow That's it. If you want to check if everything was installed properly run in Terminal command: python You will get into Python editor. Type in there: import PIL If everything was made properly you shouldn’t get any message just get into new line. Now you’re done! From now on the downloaded through Get App Icon workflow icons from App Store will have rounded corners! Release info:1.5: initial public release
  4. If you use more than one AppleID in iTunes App Store or Mac App Store, this is the extension for you. All you have to do is to press a keyboard shortcut when you want to switch account, this brings up a dialog window with all your AppleID's listed. Then you choose the account you would like to log in to, and press enter. Only works on Mac OS X with English and Norwegian language - but it also work in both iTunes and Mac App Store! If you want your OS language supported, give me a hint.. Installation For AccountChanger to funtion like supposed to, you have to do some preparations first. 1. Download and mount http://cl.ly/YKQF'>AccountChanger.zip 2. Run the applescript application with the name "Run this first!!!" This Applescript will Install and launch UsableKeychainScripting (needed to use Applescript with Keychain Access after Mac OS 10.7), and add it to the startup items. 3. Open Keychain Access (/Applications/Utilities/) 4a. Make a new keychain by pressing the following keyboard shortcut: Command + Alt + N 4b. Give the keychain a master password and remember it. 4c. Give the new keychain the name 'Applescript', and drag it to the top of the listed keychains, in the upper left corner of the window (like in the screenshot below). 5. For each AppleID you want to use, make one 'New password item' (Command+N). Each of the entries must be named 'eple'. In the 'Account' field, enter your AppleID (email address). And of course - the password in the password field. 6. Add the Alfred workflow from the mounted image 'AccountChanger.dmg', and add a keyboard shortcut. Congratulations! The workflow should work now... My Twitter account - @macgeeky
  5. I have an idea. Why you dont release a kind of App Store for Workflows and Themes. This a good way for sharing, updating and store Workflows and Themes in a single good looking secure place.
  6. I've built a little workflow that opens the Mac App Store and searches for the query. --- Update --- Another update, you can now change the search language by using the "interactive preferences". By default, the US store is searched. Change this by entering 'apps-pref lang <new language>' into Alfred. Get the new version here: http://cl.ly/2q3K1L1L3m1h Github repository: https://github.com/Ahti/alfred-appstore-search
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