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  1. So it now seems like I'm going to be sharing/publishing several Alfred Themes and Workflows over time... (woohoo!). So far I've preferred to keep all of my themes and workflows in one master directory (probably because I saw someone else do this) but now I'm thinking (especially with how OneUpdater and @deanishe's Self-updating seem to work) that I should really migrate each theme and workflow into their own repos under my account. If I'm going to go down this path (with a key motivator being the ability to add auto-updating to my Workflows), are there any other sugges
  2. I’m a newbie to both Alfred development and GitHub version control. I built a new Alfred workflow called Sequential Strings Creator published on Github. I read some documents such as "Exporting and Sharing Workflows” but still confuse about the mechanism of shared release. That is, how should I release the next version so that other Alfred users can get it via the bundle ID? I plan to release the next version by the following steps: Clone the repo from Github remote to local Modify the files and fix the bugs Push the n
  3. Search for emoji and copy them to the clipboard ?. Download v1.8.1 (2019-09-27) Usage: emoji [query] Press [return] (↵): Copy the symbol of the selected emoji (e.g. ?) to your clipboard. Press [alt]+[return] (⌥↵): Copy the code of the selected emoji (e.g. `:rofl:`) to your clipboard. Press [cmd]+[return] (⌘↵): Paste the code of the selected emoji (e.g. ?) to your frontmost application. Automatic Updates: This workflow will automatically check for updates at most once per day. If a new release is found, it automatically downloads and
  4. [I originally posted this on Reddit, but I'm posting again here to make sure that it's seen.] The tool itself is fine. Good improvements, but mostly invisible. My kids don't even know how to use the computer when they use a Mac without Alfred. Incredible software! I've been a user since 1.0 and a PowerPack user for just as long. Before that I used the Google task launcher thing, and before that, QuickSilver. What I'm interested in is a thriving workflow community. If you want to find workflows, you need to search too many places. Packal and Pacmax seem abandoned. You have
  5. I am trying to write an workflow that will do following things in github page: - go to the bottom of the page - click commit button The main thing is whenever we are editing a file in github online to commit the chages we have to go to the bottom of the page and click "Commit changes" button. The github does not have that button on the top of the webpage and also does not have keyboard shortcut to do that. Commiting and Pushing edited files from a terminal is pretty simple a simple bash function in `bash_profile` will do that easily, but while work
  6. I'm trying to install this chrome history workflow (https://github.com/tupton/alfred-chrome-history), but I'm not versed in terminal or coding at all. Can anyone further dumb-down the FROM SOURCE section of this repo for me to understand? Much appreciated.
  7. For those who uses github and markdown, I have created a simple workflow to automatically create the Table Of Contents for the markdown files. The github website is: https://github.com/bhishanpdl/Alfred_MARKDOWN_TOC We can also find this package in packal.
  8. Awesome Lists This workflow lets you search for any awesome list on GitHub. The awesome lists searched can be found here. For more information, on how you can use the workflow, you can read the GitHub readme. In the future I want to make it so that you can go inside each of the awesome lists and view the links of all awesome lists inside Alfred. But this is a bit challenging I found so I am going to try it on Learn Anything Curated Lists first as they follow a very similar structure and I can use that to my advantage. Hope you like it.
  9. Alfred Git Repos Workflow Browse, search and open Git repositories from within Alfred. Download Get the workflow from GitHub or Packal. Usage This workflow requires some configuration before use. See Configuration for details. repos [<query>] — Show a list of your Git repos filtered by <query> ↩ — Open selected repo in app_1 (see configuration) ⌘+↩ — Open selected repo in app_2 (see configuration) ⌥+↩ — Open selected repo in app_3 (requires configuration) ^+↩ — Open selected repo in app_4 (requires configuration) ⇧+↩ — Open selected repo in app_5 (requires config
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