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  1. Hey, I would love to share my own Alfred Theme called "macOS Dark Theme". It's lightly inspired in spotlight and also have beautiful purple alfred-like details on selector. I hope you have a great time using it! You can download it here
  2. A while back Andrew posted a technique for setting the degree to which Alfred's window blurs the background immediately behind it and CarlosNZ posted a workflow for changing this setting via Alfred. I got sick of having to restart Alfred every time I changed this so I added some code to automate the process. I thought I might as well post it here, just in case anyone was looking for something along these lines :-) Please bear in mind what Andrew said about this hack: Download: Blur Alfred Keyword: blur
  3. This is a very simple workflow that displays and sets Alfred's background blur radius. Obviously, you'll only see its effects when running a version of Alfred that supports the background blur (namely, Alfred 2.0+ on OS X 10.6 through 10.8, Alfred 2.3+ on OS X 10.9). Enjoy! Download from Packal
  4. Hey there, I've noticed that Terminal.app has an additional parameter in it's colour wheel settings called Blur, which allows you select a percentage of blur an opaque colour creates on the background behind the window. If it's possible to work this into Alfred's theme editor I'd really like to see it...
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