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My first workflow! I saw a similar one that ejected all disks but wanted more fine grained control over which disks to eject. When you type the keyword 'eject' it shows a list of the ejectable drives. Simply press enter or click on one to eject the drive. A notification should pop up in the notification center if the drive has been ejected. Some stats about the drives are shown such as protocol, partition type, and size. Icons are also changed per protocol. Workflow uses a python. Let me know if you have any suggestions or find any bugs. Download
This is a workflow to mount your network shares with automatic discovery. No configuration or bookmarks required! Download — stable version. Please report problems here. Your computer won't explode and your shares are safe, I promise. Troubles? Make sure that both, Apple Filing Protocol (afp) and Samba (short smb, QNAP calls it "Microsoft Network") are enabled on your NAS. Due to the nature of the protocols and the available tools on OSX, both of them are required in order to disover network shares in your network. Also note that already mounted shares are not listed in Alfred. Enable guest access to the NAS, not for a specific share, but for the system in general if things don't work. The source code is available here: https://github.com/pstadler/alfred-mount
Hello there, I try to use Alfred to search files in a shared mounted folder with SSHFS (using MacFusion) and it doesn't work, I can only see the folder I precised in the preferences but there is no lookup file done in that folder. However, this works fine with AFP. Does Alfred supports SSHFS ? Or maybe it doesn't work because SSH encrypt the data and so Alfred can't see anything.. I would appreciate any help Cheers