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  1. Hi there, I was wondering if there was a way to pull text data from a .txt document when using the snippet fonction? Being able to store all my snippets in a synced Google Drive folder would be amazing. Thank you!
  2. Searches the Terraform Registry for modules. Requires OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion or newer. Uses the Terraform Registry v1 API. Download: https://github.com/skyzyx/terraform-registry.alfredworkflow Usage tf {query} — Search for a module. Actions ↩ — Open the module in the Terraform Registry UI. ⌘↩ — Open the module’s source repository. ⇧/⌘Y — Quicklook details
  3. Greetings, Alfred Community, I use several cloud file sync apps like Dropbox, GDrive, Evernote, and Box.com. Most of these tools add a context menu to my desktop Finder window, allowing me to instantly share a file and copy the share URL to the clipboard. I love to use Alfred to FIND all those files quickly on my desktop, but it would be awesome to be able to copy a share URL right from Alfred instead of doing "Show in Finder" and right-clicking the context menu. First world problems, I know, but we're all about speed in here, and this would make many of us extra speedy.... Thanks for reading! Ted
  4. Here's a docker cloud workflow that lets you quickly jump into your stacks. It has a fuzzy search, supports organizations (namespaces) and uses your existing docker login, so no need to authenticate with the workflow. Just use it.
  5. https://www.dropbox.com/s/vf7ptvclkkv6jrm/Aurelia%20%28CloudColors%29.alfredappearance?dl=0 This is inspired by the collective "Minimalistic" and "Clean" Themes posted on this forum. I simply adjusted those details Steve Jobs would have spent months to perfect and ended up with something I liked. The design for subtext on alternative results is ignored as my settings only show for primary, it makes a lot cleaner UI. Enjoy ps. This one may be ideal for retina displays!
  6. Some file sharing services like CloudApp or Droplr have hard restrictions on their free plans like tiny file size limits or mandatory expiration time. These limitations made me migrate to Jumpshare, a powerful file sharing service with a generous free plan that includes: 2GB total free space, 250MB max filesize, no auto-self-destructing files; Supports multiple files and folder uploads; Preview over 200 file formats online without installing any software; Real-time sharing: recipients can see upload progress; once uploading finishes, they can view the file right away; Share via email directly from the app (with advanced options); Expire links after x number of days, views or downloads; Disable download so recipient can only preview the files; Powerful In-depth Analytics dashboard; Track shared files; Collections and nested folders; Jumpshare Inbox (allow anyone to send you files without signing up for an account). Before moving to Jumpshare I used to use the nice CloudApp workflow by Carlos-Sz, so after the migration I created the following workflow which works in a similar manner. ___________________________________________________ Description Upload files and folders to Jumpshare. Requirements Jumpshare installed OS X 10.9 or later 64-bit processor Usage Jumpshare workflow can be used by the following actions: Enter the keyword jmp without any argument to upload the selected items. Enter the keyword jmp with some argument to rename and upload the selected items. Select one or more items in Alfred and enter the file action Upload to Jumpshare. Select one or more items in Finder and enter a custom hotkey to upload them. Credits This workflow is partly based on CloudApp Workflow by Carlos-Sz and uses qWorkflow Library by Ursan Razvan. Download from Packal
  7. SEND To download, visit the Packal page Version: 1.2 This workflow allows users to quickly and easily send documents to the cloud service of their choice. Once configured (send:config), users can make use of either: hotkey file action keyword to either send a duplicate of the file to the cloud service (leaving the original where it is), or move the original itself to the cloud service. Configuration When you run send:config, 3 options appear: This will determine which cloud service you send your data to using the workflow. At any point, you can change your settings, but once set the workflow will always send the chosen file to this folder. Anyways, if you choose the Other option, you will need to name the service used: After this (or if you choose iCloud or Dropbox), you will need to choose the folder you will be sending to. The workflow will begin by telling you what you need to do: After this reminder, you will choose the folder: This is an example of having chosen iCloud, and the workflow will automatically take you to the Mobile Documents folder in your Library, where you will see all of your iCloud enabled apps have their own personal folders. Choose the one you'd like to send your stuff to. For example, if you use Readdle's Documents app on your iPad or iPhone, find that folder within the Mobile Documents folder and select it. Once configured, you can send documents in a few different ways. First, you can use Alfred's File Browser to either send a duplicate or send the original to the cloud service you chose above: Or you could use the keywords. send:d sends a duplicate of the frontmost document (if possible): send:o sends the original of the frontmost file to the cloud folder (if possible): Of course, you can also set up Hotkeys for both of these actions as well. The workflow is 90% Applescript, so it should work on all machines out-of-the-box. There is a little bit of Python, which uses deanishe's Alfred-Workflow library as its backbone. Hope this is helpful, stephen
  8. This workflow lets you upload selected files to Cloudup. If you don't have a Cloudup account, I can highly recommend it if you want to share files with other people very fast. It's owned by Automattic (the company that also owns WordPress.com) and is free to use! You can upload a maximum of 1000 files with a max. filesize of 200mb. It currently is invite only, but you can register with this link (I think, haven't tested this). You have three options: Download Github Ideas and questions are very welcome .
  9. I created a workflow that displays search suggestions for soundcloud.com in alfred. Screenshots + Download: https://github.com/blaww/SoundCloud-Suggestions-Alfred-Workflow You have to have python and the soundcloud api installed! Soundcloud API: https://github.com/soundcloud/soundcloud-python Python: http://www.python.org/getit/
  10. I pimped up my original Dropbox Toggler and put it all in one Worklfow. This workflow now: Toggles Dropbox Toggles Google Drive Toggles Microsoft SkyDrive Toggles Droplr you can also toggle all Drives on/of with keyword cloudon -> turns all drives on cloudoff -> turns all drives off or use Hotkeys to cloudon -> turns all drives on cloudoff -> turns all drives off Download Version 1.0: http://db.tt/mssK3a7M
  11. Don't know whether it exists already, or could be a feature... Given that I have two computers, I would love to be able to create the clipboard snippets and have them be stored somewhere on the cloud (dropbox). Then, I don't need to redefine them each time I change or add a new one - and, instead, have them appear auto-magically across all my machines. Does it already exist and I simply missed it? Thanks, Simon
  12. A workflow to upload a bookmark or file(s) to Cloud.app and return the link to the clipboard. Note that you must enter your Cloud.app username and password in the beginning of the file "alfred_cloudupload.py". The URL for a bookmark should be pasted into Alfred. Single files or directories can be selected via the file filter or multiple files can be selected in Finder as a file action. Multiple files and directories are always zipped before uploading. You can optionally zip every file (even single files) via a switch in the script. http://cl.ly/071P1A3a3z3D I should add that putting your password in plain text inside this or any workflow (there are others that do this) is always a risk. I, personally, don't store anything that important in Cloud, so I'm not that worried about it. Caveat emptor.
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