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  1. I have created top 20 most anticipated Hollywood movies of 2018. Scroll down to see the movies other than first 9 movies. We can see how many days until the movies. Also, we can click the SHIFT button to see the QuickView of Wikipedia. The workflow is shared on github. We can add and edit the workflow easily. Enjoy the movies and enjoy the workflow!
  2. Movie and TV Show Search Search for movies or tv shows and get general info and ratings from various sites. Features Get movie/tv show runtime, genre, MPAA rating Get ratings from IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic (if available) Show a link to a trailer (if available) Show a few credits Download Get the workflow from Packal or GitHub. Usage Type 'movie' and the title you'd like to search for. Select item (ENTER) to get movie info. Type 'tv' and the title you'd like to search for. Select item (ENTER) to get show info. Thanks Thanks to @deanishe for Alfred-Workflow. Uses TMDb and OMDb APIs for info. @vitor for all his help with developing a great workflow Changelog 2.6 (2017-11-27) Big thanks to @vitor for implementing the following enhancements: - Add support for OneUpdater - Move OMDb API key to workflow environment variables 2.5 (2017-11-27) - Added free OMDb API key 2.3 (2015-07-30) - Add RottenTomatoes audience score 2.2 (2015-05-01) - Open YouTube trailer (if available) when choosing to search all rating sites - Friendly message when internet connection isn't working properly 2.1 (2015-01-28) - added menu item to search all rating sites at once - added script behaviour queue delay (requires Alfred 2.6 or higher) - fixed rotten tomatoes search 2.0 (2015-01-20) - added tv show search - fixed issue with quick look not working for some items - removed tiny poster icon (didn't like the squishing and there was an issue with caching the icon in Alfred) 1.3 (2015-01-16) - removed argparse reference (and setting personal TMDb API key functionality) - updated alfred-workflow library to latest (v1.11.0) - fix/tidy up string encoding issues - error handling fixes 1.2 (2015-01-11) - show tiny poster in movie details listing - generate sexy html file for when first item in details listing is selected - add fallback search item (must be added manually in Alfred preferences > Features > Default Results > Setup fallback results) 1.1 (2015-01-10) - Add default TMDb API key 1.0 (2015-01-10) - Initial release This workflow is released under the MIT Licence.
  3. A workflow for Alfred 2 which lets you search for movies and see IMDb, Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic scores for it. The workflow is based on the "Better IMDB Search" workflow by frankspin. It uses the OMDb API. Movie Ratings uses a single command: mr [query]: Looks up a movie matching the query. Using the copy shortcut will copy the movie's IMDb URL and clicking Enter will open the movie's IMDb page. Download latest release | Source v0.1 - Initial release. v0.2 - Workflow now asks user to input at least 2 search characters instead of showing "No results found". v1.0.1 - Fixes results not appearing because of change in the OMDB API
  4. Description Generate an Evernote List of Movies and TV Shows that you can watch later from files on your computer. Easily keep track of where you are up to. Requires Evernote Account Evernote Desktop Client - In order to load the videos directly from the Note How to Use Formats File Firstly let's look at the formats file. Type everlistformats in Alfred. This will open the formats file which contains a list of file extensions that EverList will search for. It is pre-populated with a comprehensive list of video and audio file extensions. Feel free to edit this list as required Configuration File Type everlistconfig in Alfred to open the configuration file. You can enter your Evernote Production Developer Token here so that EverList can upload Notes to your Evernote Account. (optionally) If you would like EverList to upload to your Evernote Sandbox Account instead you can enter your Evernote Sandbox Developer Token and change SANDBOX_MODE to true This configuration file is auto-generated for you at the following location /Users/{user}/enml/config.ini This is outside of the workflow directory so in the event that you ever export this workflow your API details will always remain safe Run EverList! Use the Finder to navigate to the directory that contains your Movies or TV Shows and type everlist {title} in Alfred, where {title} is the Title of the Note that EverList will create. EverList will search through the Finder directory and all its subdirectories that match the file extensions in the Formats file. Wait a few seconds and you should see a Mac OSX Notification and hear a beep sound after successfully uploading the generated Note to your Evernote account. Your New Note Go to your Evernote Desktop Client and press the Refresh button. You should see your new Note. If you click on the checkbox next to each video, in addition to marking the video, it will also open the video for watching. How awesome! Additional Information EverList has a known incompatibility with TotalFinder and any other application that replaces the Finder. You will need to quit these applications first If the files are moved or renamed the links will be broken and the note will need to be regenerated Download Link & Screenshots
  5. Hi, everyone, I've finally worked up the courage to experiment with workflows a bit. My mission is to modify the included Should I Watch this Movie? workflow to add a search on the site allcinema.net, to give me the Japanese title of the movie (useful when hoping to see the movie in Japan). I made a new Action to open the URL http://www.allcinema.net/prog/search_all.php/?search={query} When I use the workflow, a blank window opens up for allcinema.net. If I remove the slash before the question mark http://www.allcinema.net/prog/search_all.php?search={query} the allcinema.net site is opened along with the other three, but unfortunately the search string doesn't seem to be being passed to the site to search on, the site giving me the error message (in Japanese) that "No search string was input". Can anyone give me some pointers to finding the right URL for this search? Thanks, Rick
  6. I've completely rebuilt redwall_hp's original IMDB Search Suggest workflow to include more information in results, a fallback for longer search queries using a cache, and a new icon. I've also changed the keyword to i but you can easily change that to imdb or whatever you like. I hope you'll enjoy! Download .alfredworkflow GitHub
  7. Searches Redbox for movies to rent. Supports autocomplete. Your OS X installation should have PHP 5.3.3 or newer installed. Lion, Mountain Lion and Mavericks should meet the minimum requirements. If not, you can install the latest version of PHP with MacPorts or Homebrew. Download! Requires Alfred 2 and the Powerpack. Updates can be found and installed using Monkey Patch, or the older Alleyoop (discontinued).
  8. Alfred users rejoice! I've made Workflow to search/add movies without opening the browser! Download it: http://we.tl/FVOZpHFLx6 Readme and source can be found at: https://github.com/RuudBurger/CouchPotatoWorkflow If you don't know what CouchPotato is, it can be found at http://couchpota.to.
  9. I combined two of the workflows that come with Alfred v2 to make this one. You still use the "movie" keyword like before but you now get a list of suggestions as you type the title. Download it here.
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