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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 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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