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  1. Like Safari Assistant, but for Firefox. Download from GitHub. Search Firefox bookmarks Search Firefox browsing history Run bookmarklets Activate & close tabs Add you own custom scripts The workflow requires you to install a corresponding Firefox extension in order to communicate with Firefox. After installing the workflow, run ffass > Install Firefox Extension to get the extension. Once the extension is installed, everything should just work. The workflow is fairly customisable. Y
  2. Change your default web browser quickly and easily from within Alfred. Simple yet effective, this workflow enablea you to easily change your default browser. The official repository is located on Github --> https://github.com/stuartcryan/defaultbrowser-alfred-workflow where any issues can be logged on the issue tracker. I have also put this workflow on Packal. Update Version 1.2 released September 10, 2015: What has changed: Feature: Support additional browsers - added FirefoxDeveloperEdition and Webkit Nightly BuildUpdate Version 1.1 released August 8, 2015: What has changed: Fea
  3. Hi all! I made my first workflow, available here ! It allows to quickly focus any given tab by filtering open tabs with user input, across windows, and searching in the tab's title and URL. It will only work with Firefox, there are much simpler options for other browsers. Hope you like it and don't hesitate to give feedback!
  4. Hello, I searched this forum and also the web to find a workflow that can be triggered by a hotkey that opens a new Firefox window with several sites in several tabs opened at once. All the scripts or snippets I found where buggy or not working at all. What would be the right approach to do that. E.g. I would like to press a hotkey that opens: 1. A new Firefox window 2. First tab "www.nba.com" 3. Second tab "www.sbnation.com" I would appreciate your comments J├╝rgen
  5. This Alfred workflow lets you select any Firefox profiles found in ~/Library/Application\ Support/Firefox/Profiles/. It lets you open different FF profiles in parallel. This workflow is written in Ruby which I never worked with before. I think there are better ways to do it. Anyways, I am using it on a daily base. https://github.com/mikezahno/alfredworkflow-ffp It is not yet on packal as I am new to the community. Any suggestions and contributions are very welcome.
  6. I use a variety of browsers between home and work, and while my Alfred settings nicely sync between my different computers, my bookmarks do not. I'd love it if I could sync my browser bookmarks to Alfred so they'd be accessible when I search the web.
  7. Hello fellows Automaters, I wanted to share with you the Workflow I just created using Alfred. I wanted to be able to autocomplete my Firefox bookmarks in real time. All the existing workflows I have found seemed to be more or less broken because they rely on things that have changed (more info at the end of the post)[1], so I decided to write something that would do what I wanted. After some hair pulling and doc reading, I managed to have that running. It's 4 pieces of code to glue together: - a Firefox extension, Sync bookmarks to disk that monitors c
  8. Google Chrome is my default browser. But as Firefox seems to have made some significant speed improvements I thought I could use both as "default browser". As it is not possible, as one can have only one default browser, I was wondering if there was a way I could set one "Open URL" action to open the url in the front browser whether it is Firefox or Google Chrome. As of today, I only can open the URL in the default browser.
  9. I love Alfred, but I think you forgot something in your new Bookmarklets feature: Why are Safari and Chrome the only source options for new Bookmarklets. Why not show a little love to Firefox, too?
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