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  1. How can i add some app to this menu? I want to open folders in vscode from this dialog.
  2. Hello, Description: Creates a new folder at desired location. NOTE: You might want to disable any "folder filter" you have, since I use the same thing to choose folder destination. And don't worry, you'll still be able to use it as a folder filter Features: - Creates a new folder with desired name and location. - Default folder name: "untitled folder". - Folder filter, both to search for folders only and to choose new folder destination. - File action. You can navigate to desired location within Alfred and choose "Create New Folder". Unfortunately, I haven't found a good solution to name the new folder using this File Action. But it does open the new folder location to make it easier to rename it. Download: http://db.tt/uxCmMG40 Please, if you have any issues, feedback, suggestions, whatever tell me
  3. Find Folder Download here: http://samvlu.com/download/Find_Folder.alfredworkflow.zip Search by folder name. Enjoy!!
  4. That’s my first ‘real’ workflow made to ease my everyday job workflow. Hope you will benefit from it too. What that file action does is to simply copy the name of selected folder(s) or file(s). Of course workflow works not only in Alfred File Viewer but everywhere you can select files using for example the Hotkey. → DOWNLOAD Changelog: 1.6: and again I have rewrote my workflow – now in Python it does finally support copying multiple file/folder names! 1.5: completely rewritten version now uses only bash script (4 lines of code) so it's faster allows for copying filename with its extension or without (in Run Script section delete "#" in text "#filename=${filename%.*}" this version does not support multiple file/folder names copying. If you need such option download version 1.1.1 (download link above) 1.1.1: allows for multiple file/folder names copying (only when used outside Alfred – in Finder, Forklift, etc.). Thanks for Carlos-Sz for modyfing this script! 1.1: when copying file names, file's extension is cut off 1.0: initial release
  5. Formerly called Favorite Folders, now allows you to set any file, folder, or application as a favorite. A user requested this under the help and questions forum and i really liked the idea of it. I threw it together really quick for them but thought I would share with you guys as well. Not sure if something like this has been made already or not but, here is my rendition of it. The idea is to have a list of items that you access often, saved in a list and easily accessible. Results are actionable, can be opened by pressing Enter, browsed in Alfred by pressing Cmd+Enter, or removed from the Favorites List with Ctrl+Enter. Download
  6. Friends: ((First please excuse me if this question has been asked a million times but I couldn't find the workflow try as I might)) Newbie starting to love Alfred 3. I've searched the forums and tried some workflows with no luck. How do I create a new folder in the current finder window? Most gratefully, Migs PS: New Folder.alfredworkflow doesn't do anything and has no instructions
  7. When I invoke Alfred, type "Space" + "[Folder Name]" I can then select the folder, and use the right arrow to navigate into it. Nice! However, I also have Mac aliases on my drive that have easy-to-remember names. I'd like to be able to do the same in Alfred. But when I type "Space" + "[Alias Name]" then use the right arrow, it takes me to the containing folder of the alias and not the content of the aliased folder. Is there any way to get aliases to replicate the behavior of folders? Thanks, Pat
  8. One of the major annoyances I have when wanting to go inside a folder that's in some complicated path is actually writing the whole path. In Terminal, I can define aliases and use Tab completion, but I am hoping Alfred can help me achieve more and easier. I know it already has path navigation, with included Tab completion. But here's a scenario I'm thinking of and suggesting for possible implementation. Say I have a couple of PDFs in a path such as `$HOME/Dropbox/school/cs/1st-year/swift/problem-books-swift/` and I know the author of the book is Alfred McMac. But maybe I have more than one of his books and I can't remember the title. Assuming I only have one folder called "problem-books-swift", I'm hoping Alfred could help me search directly in that folder. For example, I could input "problem-books-swift/ Alfred McMac" and it would limit the searches to that folder only. Is this possible in the present version, i.e. to limit the searches to a certain folder? If so, how would you do this? If not, would you consider implementing it? Is it feasible, do you find it useful? Thank you and many congrats yet again on a totally awesome vital app I'm using from a couple of years!
  9. Hi, I made a simple an apple script to open a specific folder triggered by a hotkey, but it's not working and I can't find why. It works if I use the Script Editor from Mac OS but when I paste it inside the "Run NSAppleScript" window on Alfred it doesn't. Script: on alfred_script(q) property the_path : "/Users/UserXXX/Downloads" set the_folder to (POSIX file the_path) as alias tell application "Finder" activate if front Finder window exists then set target of front Finder window to the_folder else open the_folder end if end tell end alfred_script
  10. I often use Alfred to open a folder in a specific application. When I locate the folder in Alfred, and select "open with..." the default options are just Terminal and Finder. Is there a way to edit those defaults?
  11. Help: I want to get rid of the folders/tabs in my search window (see image above). How do I do that? I accidentally took action on a couple of searches and some Finder-entries got stuck to my search window. I used some kind of key-combination which I'm unsure of what it was now. I searched the docs but can't find anything about this feature. Thank you in advance.
  12. Hi all, Brand new Alfred user here. I have a folder in Dropbox that should be visible to Alfred. I can find other path-adjacent folders with no trouble. But this folder doesn't appear in Alfred. I can browse to it in Alfred. This folder is called "Logos" and the Alfred search for "Logos" returns other hits, but things that should be lower down in search results—items that have "logos" midway through their filenames, for example. What am I missing? Thanks! Jack
  13. I do a lot of WordPress development and so have a lot of folders called 'wp-content' in my Sites folder. I have file filter that searches only within Sites, then I type "wp-co" and all the wp-content folders are listed. I can see their paths under their names and scroll to the one I want. Not bad, but I'd like something even better. What I'm really after is a file filter that when I type 'wp-cxc' will show me all the wp-content folders with "xc" (such as "Sites/xchange/wp-content/ ) in the path name. Or 'wp-cap' for all wp-content folders that have "ap" in the path. The problem I'm having is that Alfred doesn't search in the path name, so if I activate my filter and type, for example 'wp-cxchange' Alfred won't return the "wp-content" folder in the parent directory that contains 'xchange'. So is there a way to do this with the basic Workflow building blocks or will I need a script? Thanks!
  14. Hi and good day, Say mostly I want to access: /Volumes/LC1/Documents-LC1/_HTo/… Is there not a simpler way than to always paste the path into the search field? Should I set this as default somewhere in the prefs? ( haven't found anything there. ) (And please if where could one read more about this, - chapter no.?) / with best regards, Omar K N Stockholm, Sweden
  15. someone at work keeps duplicating files and putting them into a folder on the server... i still need to search this server but dont want to open their duplicates by mistake.... how do i "hide" a folder from alfred?
  16. Hi I am a long time user of Alfred from when it first cam out, but I haven't delved into the power pack side of things yet and wanted to be able to create an action for Alfred that will create a folder structure on my external HDD. I'm a freelance designer and for every job I create a job folder on my external HDD within a folder called jobs with a unique number and customer name . Within that I usually create some sub folders like "original files" "native files" "files to print" etc. I would like to be able to create this as a command in Alfred and didn't know if it was easy as my coding skills are limited! I have created workflows in the past on systems that you drag and drop certain actions and maybe tweak what its to do, but didn't know if alfred power pack was the same kinda thing? I have had a look around to see if someone has already created something similar on alfredworkflows.com, but there is that many different flows on there its hard to spot. Any help would be appreciated, its just one of those things that would make things a little easier when starting new project. Thanks Matt
  17. I opened Alfred and hit 'op' to open something but it finds actual documents or emails and not Folders first == I want to work out a fast way to open a folder in my user folder, or attached drive, and this would do it other than it goes to a file instead. Thanks much.
  18. Is there any way to filter the contents of a folder? For instance, if I browse to a folder in Alfred, then I want to only show the files that END with the word "Test", then how would I do that? Simply typing "Test" only shows files that BEGIN with that phrase.
  19. Hey alfred community I just got used to some of the new alfred workflows and I already think about some that I would love to use. Unfortunately, I'm not the best scripter nor do I have any experience creating some of these little tasks. I found an older workflow that enabled me to upload one file to the dropbox public folder and copied the (shortened) url to the clipboard. My wish would be that I could also choose a folder/file or maybe a bunch of files (which wouldn't be a must have feature since the folder thing should do the job), zip that folder or that file, move it to the public folder and copy the (shortened) link to the clipboard. Such a workflow would just be amazing to use and I think it would be the best way to handle this little dropbox problem. The file could either be chosen by the built in Alfred Finder or a global hotkey. Thank you guys for reading that post and even thinking about if you would give it a try or not Best regards from Germany, MrMuetze
  20. Often I'm just looking for a folder, but get files (and other stuff too) that have a similar name as search results. I'm looking for a solution to use a specific operator to only search for folders.
  21. A simple applescript to recursively delete all empty folders and subfolders in the frontmost Finder window. Original script by twtwtw (https://discussions.apple.com/people/twtwtw), found here: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4478767 Download the workflow here.
  22. As a new Powerpack user, I've been downloading several great workflows that I'm already using many times a day. However, a workflow I couldn't find is one that opens a terminal window and sets the current working directory based the results of an Alfred query. So I created my own and I'm sharing it here in case others find it useful. What it Does: Opens a new terminal window and sets thw current working directory based on an Alfred query that only considers folder names. Link to Workflow: https://bitbucket.org/gotz/alfred/src Dependencies or System Modifications: None Examples:
  23. After I set sync folder in my dropbox folder my custom settings of alfred app are always drops to default settings (custom settings I mean: disabled HAT in search form, custom web search queries and etc). The settings are used only by one instance of program on one computer, I set sync folder only for settings backup not for sharing. Thanks.
  24. Hey guys! I'm pretty new to Alfred in terms of developing workflows. I have done a couple but nothing notable. The idea is I am trying to display what is in my root folder, which is where I house all the folders I use for development. Then whichever one I selected would open in Sublime Text (ST3). I thought I could get something from this recent downloads workflow because it displays the downloads folder in alfred, but I don't know ruby. If I could display the root folder like this and then whichever one I selected would open in ST3 that would be great. I also thought this Open in Sublime Text workflow would help but I don't know AppleScript either. I do have some experience with PHP however. Any help would be awesome!
  25. Simple workflow that will tidy up your current Finder folder but leave files with name extension MKV, AVI and SRT. If you'd like it to filter differently just edit script file. I use it to erase all unwanted files after unpacking a movie or TV-show. You should know that this is my first Alfred workflow, use at own risk. Please post helpful comments. Download Near future improvements Multi-folder selection. 2013-05-17 First version uploaded.
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