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  1. Information An Alfred workflow letting you set a timer on your MAC's menubar. When the time is up, your Hue lights blink. Preview Requirements Make sure that you have a BitBar extension. BitBar plugin folder must be installed ~/Documents/Bitbar-Plugins/ You need Alfred to run the workflow, Duh! Usage First run the install command -timer install Click the button on your Hue Bridge then run the command -timer connect Enjoy the workflow timer 10s dostuff Thanks This workflow is built on top of 2 other repositories. hue-alfred-workflow by Benjamin Knight bitbar-countdown-timer by Chris Yuen inspired by Yiğit Konur Thanks all! Source: https://github.com/siyahmadde/timer-workflow
  2. This is a simple workflow to interact with Philips Hue lights. I use it mostly for scene control, so the options for individual lights are pretty basic. More information is available at the project page on GitHub. Downloads and release history Update 2015-01-02: A new release is out that fixes the level command.
  3. This workflow will probably be significantly more difficult than my last request... but seeing as Philips recently released a free public API for its Hue lights, I figured it couldnt hurt to ask... I think it would be great to have a workflow that, after typing in the keyword "hue" would present a list in the alfred window of your hue scene presets. Then you could pick a scene to be set, and that would trigger the hue lights to change to that scene. Again, I would do this myself if I knew how, but I don't. (I've started taking some codeacademy courses, its a first step lol) Anyone want to take up this project?
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