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  1. GitHub: https://github.com/awmleer/alfred-dock An Alfred workflow to help you change dock orientation. Installation Download the workflow file from here, and then add it to Alfred. How to use Use dock l to chnage dock to left Use dock r to chnage dock to right Use dock b to chnage dock to bottom
  2. joonas

    File dock?

    I've not been a big user of the File buffer, but I'd love it if there was a feature much the like the File buffer, but not. Something more like "File dock". So, basically the same as file buffer except: Files can only be removed by the user manually. Never automatically. I'd like to be able to add workflows there. I'd love to be able to drag files into these icons. ( Just imagine typing "find some-file.jpg" and dragging that into the photoshop icon above, for instance. Aaah the possibilities... ) I understand that as it is, file buffer would either have to be somehow extended, changed or replaced by this feature, so that the File dock icons could be placed in the same position. So I don't know, but I'd love it if the icons would sit in the same position as in the screenshot.
  3. Ripcordian

    Activate Dock

    This is a workflow to activate the dock (even if hidden) and navigate it with arrow keys and enter-key. I know i know, Alfred is all about making the dock redundant. But I find myself reaching for the dock juuust often enough that it'd be nice to access it without using a mouse or trackpad. The workflow uses a keyword "dock", or a hotkey "ctrl+D", of course this can be changed to whatever suits you. The workflow activates a script that basically mimics the keystroke: fn+ctrl+F3. For some reason it only worked after i removed the fn-key from the script, don't know what that's about. I'm not at all a coder, so feel free to modify and re-post! Can't figure out how to upload file (...) so here's a link to it https://copy.com/StKxMpHB1Fw4byX2 Thanks to Alfred for being Alfred, Love Rickard
  4. Simply adds an empty tile in the dock. Note: Restarts finder. Download: http://bit.ly/1hFAKao
  5. Ddyracer

    OS X Dock

    I recommend using this theme with the blur hack & set to a value of 5, if you wish. Click here for link. Inspired by all the minimal themes and the OS X Menubar theme.
  6. Pretty simple, creates an invisible spacer icon in your dock so you can organize your dock icons into groups. More info: http://mac.tutsplus.com/tutorials/customization/quick-tip-organize-your-dock-with-spacers/ Download: http://d.pr/f/dvz6
  7. With v1, there was an option to hide the icon from the Dock. I'm seeing an option to hide v2 from the Menu Bar, but not from the Dock... is that on purpose? or is there a way to do it, and I'm just missing it? I'd like to keep the Alfred icon on the menu bar, but not on the Dock. Do tell, please.
  8. It would be interesting to drag and drop files from Finder over Alfred dock icon and have File Action list automatically opened so we could easily select an operation e.g. Copy. Maybe Andrew could consider (I said consider) this feature for 2.5?
  9. vegavnil

    Hide dock icon

    Would be nice to be able to hide the dock icon. If that's not already possible, and I'm just completely blind.
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