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Zip: compress files and folders within Alfred Overview Zip files and/or folders Finder and Alfred File Action supported Unique filename Remove .DS_Store files Triggering keyword zip - after selecting files and/or folders in Finder, bring Alfred and type zip. You can optionally type the zip filename. You can optionally hold control key to select the zip file folder destination. hotkey - after selecting files and/or folders in Finder hit the hotkey. A new zip file will be created based on selection. Alfred File Action - select files and/or folders in Alfred file browser to zip (see screens
Hi Guys, I'm quite new to alfred and automation in general, so I hope you'll bear with me. I'm trying to create a workflow, where a hotkey triggers an image (or selection of images) to be resized and then compressed either through the mac app "JPEGmini" or through "tinyPNG" online. I've divided this up into 4 steps that I'm trying to work on: Resize selection Determine whether it is a jpg/png If JPG compress on mac through JPEGmini If PNG compress online through tinyPNG So this is what I have so far: 1. Resize Image (code by Acidham,
This is a little utility workflow that allows you to shrink your PNG files. The workflow uses the service provided by http://tinypng.org, which also explains what exactly happens when PNG files are shrunk. You need an active internet connection for this to work. Included in this workflow are File Actions (action: Shrink with TinyPNG), File Filters (keyword: tinypng) and a configurable Shortcut. Once you select a PNG file / or files and invoke the workflow, it will create a backup of your original file with the prefix "original_" and then compress your file using the web service. T
One of the biggest oversights I think OS X has is the lack of a hotkey to quickly archive (zip) files. With Alfred I'm able to create this using AppleScript and a hotkey trigger. I've created a workflow that uses both a Hotkey ( cmd + shift + \ ) and a Keyword ( zip ) to compress the selected files or folders into a zip. It's stupidly simple to modify. Download it - http://makitra.in/NcRZ http://i.makitra.in/NcRZ If you're looking for more options try this workflow out by Tyler Eich - File/Folder Archiver