Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'internet'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Alfred 3
  • Make the Most of Alfred
    • Discussion & Help
    • Bug Reports
    • Alfred Feature Suggestions
    • Themes
  • Alfred Workflows
    • Share your Workflows
    • Workflow Help & Questions
  • Alfred v2 Themes
  • Alfred Remote for iOS
    • Alfred Remote Discussion & Help
    • Remote Connection Troubleshooting

Categories

  • Articles
    • Forum Integration
    • Frontpage
  • Pages
  • Miscellaneous
    • Databases
    • Templates
    • Media

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Twitter


Website URL


Jabber


Location


Interests

Found 10 results

  1. Go Incognito/Private - Alfred Workflow Re-Open current browser tab in Incognito/Private mode with a keyboard shortcut. Install Download and open the workflow file using Alfred. Get the latest release from here : https://github.com/vinaywadhwa/Go-Incognito-Private---Alfred/releases P.S.: You need to buy the Powerpack to use this workflow. Supported Browsers Safari Google Chrome Google Chrome Canary Opera Vivaldi Brave Browser Note Firefox not supported, for now, sorry! This is why. Please reach out if you need other Chrome/Safari based browsers supported.
  2. Go Home, Alfred An Alfred workflow which enables you to use a keyboard shortcut to go to the homepage of a website you are on. Do you often get stuck deep inside the rabbit hole (of a website) and come out by either backspacing the URL a gazillion times to go to the home page or by clicking the website logo usually on the top left UGHH! make it a keyboard shortcut with this Alfred workflow! Install Download and open the workflow file using Alfred. Get the latest release from here : https://github.com/vinaywadhwa/Go-Home-Alfred/releases P.S.: You need to buy the Powerpack to use this workflow. Supported Browsers Safari Google Chrome Google Chrome Canary Opera Vivaldi Brave Browser Note Firefox not supported, for now, sorry! This is why. Please reach out if you need other Chrome/Safari based browsers supported.
  3. Google Account Switcher - Alfred Workflow An Alfred workflow to switch between Google/GSuite accounts on Google websites (Gmail, Drive, Calendar) with keyboard shortcuts. ⚛ Features Supports switching between upto 3 Google accounts with keyboard shortcuts (configurable) Supports Gmail, Drive & Calendar but may support other google apps as well, try it! ✅ Install Download and open the workflow file using Alfred. Get the latest release from here : https://github.com/vinaywadhwa/Google-Account-Switcher---Alfred/releases P.S.: You need to buy the Powerpack to use this workflow. 🛠 Setup: Setup the accounts: Setup the google accounts in environment variables like : ACCOUNT_1 : myaccount1@gmail.com ACCOUNT_2 : myaccount2@gmail.com ACCOUNT_3 : myaccount2@gmail.com Then, setup the keyboard shortcuts for each of the accounts, say ctrl+opt+1 for myaccount1@gmail.com ctrl+opt+2 for myaccount2@gmail.com ctrl+opt+3 for myaccount3@gmail.com ..and that's it. Use these shortcuts to switch between google accounts on gmail/google-drive/google-calendar websites in the browser's active tab. 🌐 Supported Browsers Safari Google Chrome Google Chrome Canary Opera Vivaldi Brave Browser 🗒 Note You must be logged in with the aforementioned accounts already. Which of the 3 accounts you log into first has no effect on the way the workflow functions. The 'active' tab in the browser must have the gmail/drive/calendar website opened for the keyboard shortcuts to work. Firefox not supported, for now, sorry! This is why. Please reach out if you need other Chrome/Safari based browsers supported. 👬 Contribution Report issues Open pull request with improvements Spread the word Reach out with any feedback
  4. This workflow allows opening different GitLab URLs easily in the browser. USAGE: The workflow accepts three params: - GitLab namespace. Examples: 'fjsanpedro/alfred_workflows'. For quick resolution to the main GitLab repos, if this param is 'ce' or 'ee' it will open the Community or Enterprise Edition namepace - GitLab branch. Example: 'master', 'version-1-stable' - GitLab file path. Examples: 'app/models/project.rb' If only the GitLab namespace is provided, the workflow will open the main page of the namespace. If branch is also provided, it will open the project repository page opened by that branch. Lastly, if the file path is provided it will open the file path using the specified branch of the project namespace. NOTE: As a shortcut, if only two parameters are provided, namespace and file path, it will use 'master' as the default branch. Examples: gitlab ce master app/models/project.rb gitlab ee 10-8-stable-ee gitlab fjsanpedro/alfred_workflows gitlab ce app/models/project.rb NOTE: The keyword gl is also valid to call this workflow. Download: (Alfred v3) http://bit.ly/2NQ2y14
  5. # SafariHistorySearch Alfred workflow to search Safari history written in swift. #Usage `shs <SEARCH_TERMS>` Separate search terms with spaces if you want to search for more than one word. ie: `shs github safari` Each word is searched separately. If you want to search for a phrase, surround the phrase with double quotes, ie: `shs "Alfred Workflow to Search Safari History"` The results contain all search terms. This workflow searches the page url, page title and page body if available. see https://github.com/akaralar/SafariHistorySearch/releases for latest version. I hope you like it!
  6. I just prepared very simple workflow to check DNS propagation time. It's helpful when redirecting domains and checking if DNS propagated yet. At this moment it's using www.whatsmydns.net but I may consider expanding it to show it in the Alfred directly. Just type: "dnsprop {domain.name}" and a page with results will open. http://www.packal.org/workflow/dns-propagation-checker
  7. The workflow should work like this: keyword + departure city + arrival city + date of departure + date of arrivel + enter opens specified search-engines and searches these. Example: "fly denver oslo 19.03.16 26.03.16" (+ equals spacebar) My guess is that the first two should be possible, but the dates may be hard to implement. The workflow now only opens five different search-engines for travel. It would be awesome to get some more automation going. I find myself spending quite a bit of time searching for cheap flights before traveling. Since the different search-engines gives different prices although they all claim to be cheapest, I'd like to be able to do these searches in one command instead of 50. Any tips? Or do some workflows for this already exist? I'll upload the workflow in the workflow-section, as I cant seem to find a place to attach it here (isn't it possible? I'm a newbie).
  8. I created a simple workflow to return the IP address of any domain you give it. When you enter a domain name it can understand it will fill in the first result item with the address, pressing enter will copy the address to the clipboard. The download link!
  9. This one will require a little editing to share from your chosen Ethernet device. It's currently set to share from "Display Ethernet", as I route my ethernet through my display. http://cl.ly/3h0H332q0H0l matt
  10. Hi guys, I made a workflow that checks to see if a specified website is online or offline. It uses the website "isup.me". The default trigger is "isd <URL>" Here's the github page: https://github.com/cheniel/Alfred-Site-Checker If you're just looking for the good stuff (immediate download): http://bit.ly/1evjqSu It's my first workflow, would definitely appreciate any comments or suggestions. Edit 4/10/14: fixed missing temporary folder bug.
×
×
  • Create New...