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  1. Resize an image, selected in Finder, to a target width by respecting image ratio. Usage Select an image in Finder, open Alfred and enter rimage and enter a value for the target width, e.g. rimage 300. The image will be resized to target width by respecting ratio. Works with .jpg and .png. http://t.cn/R42PAI2
  2. Hi Everyone! After some time not being able to find any good way of searching for memes and pasting them into anything from MacOS, I've decided to create memepaste. It's super simple, just searches for files within your ~/meme folder and pastes it wherever you want! Here's the github page: https://github.com/gcarrarom/memepaste Releases Page: https://github.com/gcarrarom/memepaste/releases Requirements To get memepaste to work, you will need impbcopy into your /usr/local/bin/ folder. Installing impbcopy This is a good old tool that was cr
  3. This is a simple little workflow, and I might do some more with it, but it solves a specific problem for me! It takes in the URL of an image file, and then opens that image in Adobe Photoshop. It would be relatively easy to modify this to have it open a different image editor, however. Installation Install the workflow from here Set the `download` variable to your preferred download directory GitHub repo
  4. Perform a Google Image search based on files on your computer. The images are uploaded to Google, and the list of search results is shown in your browser. Download Get the workflow from GitHub or Packal. Usage Google search supports PNG, JPG, GIF and BMP images only. This workflow is available as a File Action for any of these filetypes in Alfred. There is also a Hotkey to search based on the current Finder selection. If more than one image file is selected, only the first will be used. Licence This workflow is released under the MIT License.
  5. This workflow will take a set of PNG or JPG files and compress them using the online TinyPNG service. For more info on what it does to the image, see http://tinypng.com/ Usage: This workflow works as either a File Action or a regular keyword process. Either: 1) Select the PNG or JPG files you want processed (in Finder or Alfred), then select the "Compress with TinyPNG" File Action in Alfred. 2) Select the PNG or JPG files you want processed in Finder, launch Alfred, then use the “tinypng" keyword. The processed files will be downloaded to a TinyPNG folder on your Desktop, along with a Rep
  6. I'm new here; I did scour the forums and also PacMax for help but couldn't find what I'm looking for. Alfred is doing some amazing things as far as within the OS but I'm looking for some very basic workflows that can interact within the browser. I've tried this extensively with Mac Automator but got nowhere. I am NOT asking anyone to build any workflows for me because I want to learn and customize it myself. I'm just asking for some similar templates or point me in the direction where I can start. Here's what I'm looking to do... Center my mouse cursor on a browser win
  7. It would be very cool if I could save the screenshots I take with cmd+shift+ctrl+4 that are stored in Alfred clipboard history. Currently the only way for me to do that is to paste it somewhere (like github comments) and then download the image
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