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  1. Alfred: Notable An Alfred workflow which allows you to create new markdown files suitable to use with Notable App. Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/notable GitHub: https://github.com/ruddra/alfred-notable-workflow Prerequisite First you need is to download and install the Notable app from the official website. Then download the workflow file and install it in Alfred. But you need to purchase powerpack before running this workflow. By default this workflow will create markdown files in ~/.notable/notes folder. If you want to change it, add an environment variable named notable_folder in the workflow. Usage Press alt+space(or the shortcut you have selected for alfred). Then type note Name of my note. Then it should create new markdown file named 2020-07-13-name-of-my-note.md inside noteable direction. Template By default the markdown file will be generated with a basic template. If you do not want to use a template, then add no_template in environment variable. You can use your custom templates as well. Just add a template.txt file inside notable app's notes directory(where the markdown files are being created) with your favorite markup.
  2. Easily and quickly translate from Japanese to English or vice versa using this workflow! I thought this would be a helpful workflow for those of you out there who are learning/interested in learning Japanese! It makes looking up and double checking words/sentence much faster. This work flow offers three tools: Vocabulary definitions straight from Jisho.org Japanese Verb conjugations Sentence translation using google translate To install, visit my packal or GitHub. Demo: Note: conjugation takes a little bit longer to generate compared to the vocabulary as vocabulary utilizes Jisho.org's API to gather definitions, while the conjugations are gotten through Beautiful Soup 4.
  3. Markdown Notes help to manage Markdown files in a directory with powerful full text search (supports & and |), tag search or search for todos ( - [ ] or * [ ]) . It also allows to quickly create new notes based on custom templates. I started to write this to replace the ton of Note taking apps that I used a while ago. I spent a lot of time to get this to work and the setup is a bit complex but once you went thru the steps it can indeed replace your note taking app. The best MD Editor for this purpose is Typora but any other MD editor works as well. Download at Git as usual: https://github.com/Acidham/alfred-markdown-notes/releases/latest
  4. The missing feature on your macOS, to make your macOS great again by enabling toggling the visibility of any application via hotkey. It's especially useful when you work remotely without an external monitor. There're two things in this workflow: 1. To easily choose / switch the target application via Alfred File Filter 2. To show / hide the target application via pre-set hotkey I use this workflow so much and can't live without it, from coding, to video editing, to music mixing, to whatever software I've used. The main benefit of this workflow is that you could always summon your workplace via hotkey, and more conveniently, you could easily switch your workplace from A to B, using the same hotkey. Currently this workflow only supports one set of hotkey, while multiple hotkey is possible, personally I prefer focusing on only one app. Do one thing at a time, that's what I believe in. However, you could duplicate this workflow locally in your Alfred and change both the hotkey and the keyword of the file filter if you think that multiple workplaces is your thing ATM. GITHUB: https://github.com/shuaibird/toggle-visibility-alfred-workflow PACKAL: https://www.packal.org/workflow/toggle-visibility
  5. Things for Alfred Interact with Things 3 using Alfred. Download and Installation Download the workflow file from GitHub releases and install it by double-clicking on Things.alfredworklow. Usage Use the keyword todo to show Things lists and action any of them for displaying the corresponding to-dos. Action a to-do to display it in the Things UI. Try the modifier keys either in lists or in to-dos to know other actions. Contribute To report a bug or request a feature, please create an issue or submit a pull request on GitHub. Credits This workflow relies on qWorkflow library by Ursan Razvan and OneUpdater by Vítor Galvão. The to-do icon is created by Jason Zigrino and released under the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 3.0 license. License Things workflow code is released under the MIT License.
  6. I have re-implemented ctwise's excellent implementation of the Menu Search workflow in Swift. This version is ever so slightly faster (at least on my machine ) - YMMV. Requires OSX 10.7+ Download Setup Accessibility must be enabled for Alfred in order for this to work properly. For example, in macOS Sierra, this is configured using the Security and Privacy preference pane, under the Privacy tab with the Accessibility section selected. Alfred must be included in the list of apps allowed to control your computer. This step is required for the workflow to generate the list of menu items, and also click on a specific menu item. Here's a snapshot of what the preference pane might look like in macOS Sierra. Usage Type m in Alfred to list menu bar items for front most application You can filter menu items by name, or do a fuzzy search. E.g m new tab will match the menu item New Tab m cw will match the menu item Close Window Settings You can change the workflow environment variables to fine tune menu listings -show-disabled true/false controls if diabled menu items should be shown (default is false) - change this setting if certain items are not displayed, even though active -show-apple-menu true/false if true, menus items under the apple menu will be shown (default is false) -max-children number how many sub-menu items to load for each menu item (default is 30) -max-depth number how many nested levels if sub menus should be listed (default is 10) v1.6 and above You can also have customised settings per app. Typing ms into Alfred will give you a list of options to configure your settings.txt config file. The workflow comes bundled with a sample configuration file for reference. Your app settings will override any workflow level variable settings you may have specified. Here's the settings file I use for reference: # always show disabled menu items appFilters { app: "BibDesk" showDisabledMenuItems: true } # for Safari, ignore the History and Bookmarks # menus since loading it take a lot of time appFilters { app: "Safari" ignoreMenuPaths { path: "History" } ignoreMenuPaths { path: "Bookmarks" } } # For Finder alone, show the Apple menu entries, # and ignore any recent entries listed in the # Apple > Recent Items menu appFilters { app: "Finder" showAppleMenu: true ignoreMenuPaths { path: "Apple" path: "Recent Items" } } Change log 1.0 - Initial Release 1.1 - Added Fuzzy Text Matching for Menus If you have a menu item New Tab, then typing m nt in Alfred will match New Tab, since n and t matches the first letters of the menu text. 1.1.1 - Changed run behaviour to terminate previous script, this makes the experience slightly more faster 1.2 - Completely native menu clicking, removed reliance on AppleScript 1.2.1 - Performance improvements when generating menus using direct JSON encoding 1.2.2 - More performance improvements while filtering menu items 1.3 - Added -async flag to allow threaded scanning and populating of menus 1.4 - Added -cache setting to enable menu result caching and also set a timeout for cache invalidation 1.4.1 - Invalidate cache (if present) after actioning a menu press 1.4.2 - Slide the cache invalidation window forward in case we get invalidated by a near miss 1.4.3 - Speed improvements to caching, text search and fuzzy matching 1.4.4 - Added -no-apple-menu flag that will skip the apple menu items 1.4.5 - Tuned fuzzy matcher, allows non-continuous anchor token search 1.5 - Faster caching using protocol buffers 1.5.1 - Reduced file creation for cache storage 1.5.2 - Better support for command line apps that create menu bar owning applications 1.5.3 - Protocol buffer everything - microscopic speed improvements, but hey... 1.5.4 - Added various environment variables to fine tune menu listings 1.5.5 - Tweaked ranking of search results for better menu listings 1.6 - Per app customization via the `settings.txt` configuration file
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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
  10. Trello Workflow for Alfred App v.1.6.1 Create cards in Trello using Alfred App https://www.alfredapp.com/ Download Trello WorkFlow 1.6.1 Install Double click on the "Trello Workflow for Alfred v.1.6.1" workflow that you have just downloaded. More info: https://www.alfredapp.com/help/workflows/ Note: if you have version 1.5 installed, remove it before installing the new version. Setup Generate your Trello Developer API Key Use the keyword "get trello key" to generate your Trello Developer API Key. More information: https://developers.trello.com/docs/api-introduction. Note: Make sure to be logged in Trello in your default browser before generating your API Key. Copy your API Key Authorize Trello Workflow Use the keyword "get trello token" plus your "API Key" to authorize the Trello Workflow to use your Trello account Example: get trello token 00000000000000000000 More information: https://developers.trello.com/docs/api-introduction Allow Trello Workflow to use your account Copy your Token Your Trello board id Choose the Trello board that you wish to use with Trello Workflow and copy the board id You can get the board id by simply going to your board and add .json at the end of the URL. Example: Go to the Trello developmemt Roadmap Board https://trello.com/b/nC8QJJoZ/trello-development-roadmap. To view the board id add .json at the end of the URL https://trello.com/b/nC8QJJoZ/trello-development-roadmap.json. You should now see the full JSON The board id in the example is: 4d5ea62fd76aa1136000000c Open the Trello Workflow for Alfred in Alfred app. Use the Keyword Alfred to Show Alfred Preferences. Navigate to Workflows and select Trello Workflow for Alfred v1.6 from the side column. Double click on the /bin/bash script and enter your API Key, Your Token and your board id here: Make sure that each preference in the bash file is within single quotes: Click Save Usage General usage trello {field} separate fields using ; You can choose to have spaces or not between fields. For example {field1}; {field2} and {field1};{field2} will work. Available fields: {Card Title}; {Card Description}; {Labels}; {Due Date}; {List Name}; {Card Position} Basic Usage Card Title trello make dinner reservation will create a card on your board on the first list with the title "make dinner reservation" Card Description trello make dinner reservation; table for 10 people at around 7:30pm will create a card on your board on the first list with the title "make dinner reservation" and description "table for 10 people at around 7:30pm" Labels trello make dinner reservation; table for 10 people at around 7:30pm; blue will create a card on your board on the first list with the title "make dinner reservation" and description "table for 10 people at around 7:30pm" with a "blue" label Available Labels all (will add green, yellow, orange, red, purple and blue) green yellow orange red purple blue You can add more than one label by comma separating them. trello make dinner reservation; table for 10 people at around 7:30pm; blue,red,yellow Please note: Make sure not to have spaces between comma separated labels. Custom labels are not supported. If you find a way let me know Due Date trello make dinner reservation; table for 10 people at around 7:30pm; blue; 04/26/2018 will create a card on your board on the first list with the title "make dinner reservation" and description "table for 10 people at around 7:30pm" with a "blue" label. The due date will be set as 04/26/2018 List Name trello make dinner reservation; table for 10 people at around 7:30pm; blue; 04/26/2018; Today will create a card on your board on the list Today with the title "make dinner reservation" and description "table for 10 people at around 7:30pm" with a "blue" label. The due date will be set as 04/26/2018. Please note: List name are case sensitive today will not work if your list is named Today. The example will only work if you have a list named Today, otherwise the card will be created on your first list. Card Position trello make dinner reservation; table for 10 people at around 7:30pm; blue; 04/26/2018; Today; top will create a card on your board on the list Today with the title "make dinner reservation" and description "table for 10 people at around 7:30pm" with a "blue" label. The due date will be set as 04/26/2018. Note: If you don't specify a card position, your new card will automatically be placed at the end of the list. Available options (case sensitive) top bottom bottom top Advanced Usage You can skip any of the available fields by simply adding ; {Card Title}; {Card Description}; {Labels}; {Due Date}; {List Name}; {Card Position} For example if I wanted to post a card with Title, Label and a Due date i would use this syntax {Card Title}; ; {Labels}; {Due Date} trello Clean my car; ; red; 04/29/2018 Or a card with title only but on a different list {Card Title}; ; ; ; {List Name} trello Clean my car; ; ; ; Upcoming Environment Variables by @gamell Given that some might want always to create the cards on the same list, or with the same label, or same due date, or same position by default, I added the ability to set those defaults via the environment variables trello.list_name, trello.label, trello.due and trello.position. One can conveniently add or edit those environment variables without programming knowledge through the Alfred Workflow editor, clicking on the [x] button on the top right (see screenshot below). Note: If you don't set the variable, the workflow will behave as it did before. FAQ Coming soon License MIT © Miko Magni
  11. New year, new productivity system, and this time I'm all in with NotePlan: https://noteplan.co It's a plain-text based Bullet Journal style todos, calendar, and notes app for Mac and iOS. Bullet Journal is an analogue system that describes itself as a mindfulness practice disguised as a productivity system: https://bulletjournal.com I'm not in anyway affiliated with either, but I'm a huge nerd for productivity systems, and also into mindfulness and stoic philosophy, but had yet to find a system that brought everything together. NotePlan finally seems to be the missing piece of the puzzle for me. I work, and so effectively live, in the digital space, specifically in software engineering, so a paper-based system really doesn't help capture my daily minutiae which is largely comprised of things like URLs, code snippets, and other fragments of digital information. NotePlan allows me to stay on top of not just _what_ I'm doing, but by providing a simple Bullet Journal style implementation, I'm able to keep that aligned with my goals while being mindful of _why_ I'm doing it. The BuJo style retrospectives and migrations have finally freed me of the dreaded "someday/maybe" list, or as I call it, the "probably/never" list of dread. As awesome as it is, I needed a few handy tools to ease the transition from Wunderlist, like being able to jump straight to a specific text note from anywhere, ubiquitous capture of todos, and fuzzy search for generating wiki links and hashtags. I even added a little tool I use personally for creating link notes from URLs. I've only tried this locally on my machine, but have been careful to use relative paths so hopefully it will work for others as well. I mainly utilises Ruby scripts and NotePlan's excellent x-callback-url API with Alfred's powerful script filter inputs. Alfred's new workflow components make it really quick and easy to work with extensible tools like NotePlan. There's more information on Github, with the Alfred workflow download in the releases section: https://github.com/beet/alfred_noteplan_actions cheers
  12. Alfred Bear Workflow This workflow should help to use templates in combination with the bear app. I created one once, which is far less customizable. Now I moved to a node version of this workflow where templates can use placeholders whose values can come from node scripts. Link to GitHub Repo. Installation npm install --global alfred-bear Usage While creating note templates with static content can be useful, having the possibility to use dynamic placeholder from any source I want is really great. That's why I built this workflow. To get an idea how this should work, take a look at an example: the Jira Ticket The idea is that there is a index.yml which contains a list of your templates and some optional variables to configure the template behavior. The Index the index.yml has the following form templates: - title: "Weekly Review" file: "weekly-review/template.md" script: "weekly-review/script.js" newWindow: true var: myFirstVar: "Hello " mySecond: "World!" question: "Any Subtitle?" - title: "Jira Ticket" ... title The title is shown in the template list to choose from. file Path to the template markdown file. This file can contain 2 different styles of placeholder. Normal Alfred Dynamic Placeholder Placeholders with double curly braces {{myPlaceholder}} which follow the Handlebars syntax. These Placeholders could come from the script, var or question option. First the handlebars placeholders are replaced in the template and in the second step the dynamic placeholders from alfred. script [optional] Path to a node.js module file. This module has to export an [optional async] function which returns an object, whose properties are placeholder keys. To use other npm modules in this script, the script has to be a node module by itself. This means that templates can easily be shared as npm packages or repositories. // script.js const rp = require('request-promise'); /** * [Async] function which gets the static variables * from the var option and the answer from * the optional question. */ async function greet(variables) { const data = await rp(variables.myRestApiEndpoint); return { myText: data.body } } module.exports = greet; newWindow [optional] Should the new note opened in a separate window? var [optional] List of static placeholders for the template (e.g. APIToken, BaseUrl for REST Call etc.) question [optional] Sets a question to the workflow which asks for an additional placeholder value. To use the answer of this question in the template or script the placeholder key is {{answer}}. The Template Directory There is a bear template directoy [default: ~/.bear-templates] -- which can be synced e.g. with a .dotfiles repository, Dropbox, etc. This directory should contain a template index [default: index.yml] and all the necessary files for your templates. These paths are handled by the bearTemplateIndex workflow variable which can be changed in the workflow settings. A possible template directory can have the following form - ~/.bear-templates '-- index.yml '-- weekly-review '-- template.md '-- script.js '-- jira-ticket '-- ticket.md '-- ticket.js '-- package.json '-- node_modules '-- diary.md ' ... Examples If someone built a nice basis for a template, feel free to add it to this list and make a PR. Jira Ticket Daily Log
  13. Alfred Maestro Possibly the last workflow you will ever need for system tasks I recently started using Keyboard Maestro (KM), and so far I love it. So I made this workflow to allow you to execute any KM macro straight from Alfred. Downloads - My Site: http://iansinnott.com/blog/integrating-alfred-and-keyboard-maestro/ - GitHub: https://github.com/iansinnott/keyboard-maestro-alfred Basic Usage Type 'km' followed by the name of the macro you want to trigger. Dependencies Keyboard Maestro More Info Check out the readme in my Github repo linked above. Also, check out my blog post about these two apps if your interested in how I actually use it. That's also linked above as the first download link. Quick Note: I only tested this on the latest version of php (5.5.5 as of this writing). This is not the standard installed version that comes with new Macs, so if you have any trouble with the workflow let me know. Cheers, Ian
  14. Alfred Bear Templates Workflow Workflow to create a bear note from a given template. These templates follow bear snippet syntax and can contain default alfred variables (e.g. {datetime}). The Templates live in the bearTemplateDirectory which is by default '~/.bear-templates' but can be changed by giving another path starting at the users home directory. Usage By default just type bt and then start to type. The Workflow suggests all template names it found in the bearTemplateDirectory. To get the snippet variables translated it pushes the template text to the clipboard. So after using the workflow the template is in Bear and also in your clipboard. Download You can download the workflow from Packal
  15. Overview here, with the latest release you can install here. Summary of the current features (6-30-19): You can search for title and author using the keyword search (default is "ib"). You can also use options as follows (in the format "ib -a" for each option, respectively): -a search by author only -t search by title only -g search by genre only -h get available options for using this workflow By default, if a title doesn't have a genre, Alfred Books won't be able to search for it. While searching, you can press ⌘L to see some metadata about the selected title; this includes: title and author, genre, percentage read, description While searching, pressing ⇧ (shift) on a selected title will attempt to show a cover and the actual filename. While searching, pressing your action button (one of the following: → (right arrow), fn, ctrl, ⇥ (tab)) will allow you to act directly on the Books file. Be cautious here, as modifying the file from this interface may cause inconsistencies with the Books sqlite database, causing you to need to modify the actual sqlite database if you say modify or delete a file here. This software (currently) only searches for downloaded books by confirming an accessible path to said file in the Books sqlite database. If they're on iCloud and not downloaded, they won't show up in Alfred Books! If you have any issues whatsoever using this software, or if you have recommendations for features, please visit: https://github.com/codycodes/alfred-books/issues
  16. How To Use Keywords: - 'Open Tensorboard': Opens a Tab with your Tensorboard Web Interface (Tensorboard has to be running) - 'Close Tensorboard Session': Closes your Tensorboard Session File Action: - 'Tensorboard Server' (on Folder): Opens a Tensorboard Server with the selected folder as the '--logdir' parameter Download Current Version: DOWNLOAD (1.0.0) Git: gitlab.com/sirbubbls/alfred-tensorboard
  17. This workflow sends selected files to a Dropshelf. Dropshelf keeps links to files (and other bits) in a temporary by persistent "shelf" at the edge of the screen. It is very handy for dragging files and clippings between applications and screens. This workflow: Sends selected files in finder to a new Dropshelf with ⇧+⌘+D Adds a Send to Dropshelf File Action to Alfred It requires Dropshelf App from http://pilotmoon.com/dropshelf/ Download the Workflow from here.
  18. Hey all, I have just published the Alfred Confluence workflow. The Alfred Confluence workflow let's you find and open Confluence pages and blog posts from Alfred. Once installed and set up, just type c <search terms> ('c' standing for Confluence). Download & Links: Latest Release: https://github.com/skleinei/alfred-confluence/releases/download/1.0.2/alfred-confluence.alfredworkflow Docs: https://github.com/skleinei/alfred-confluence Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/alfred-confluence-quick-search I've tested with Alfred 3 and on macOS Sierra. Hope you find it useful. Cheers, -Stefan
  19. This project is published on GitHub , the full document and download can be found here: https://github.com/MacHu-GWU/afwf_fts_anything-project fts.anything is an Alfred Workflow allow you to custom full-text search on your own dataset. You can easily define which fields you want to search, how you want the data to be matched and send the result to other workflow to process. Example: The Data Set (IMDB Top 3 movies, content of ``movie.json``): [ { "description": "Two imprisoned men bond over a number of years, finding solace and eventual redemption through acts of common decency.", "genres": "Drama", "movie_id": 1, "title": "The Shawshank Redemption" }, { "description": "The aging patriarch of an organized crime dynasty transfers control of his clandestine empire to his reluctant son.", "genres": "Crime,Drama", "movie_id": 2, "title": "The Godfather" }, { "description": "The early life and career of Vito Corleone in 1920s New York City is portrayed, while his son, Michael, expands and tightens his grip on the family crime syndicate.", "genres": "Crime,Drama", "movie_id": 3, "title": "The Godfather: Part II" } ] Search Setting (content of ``movie-setting.json``): { "columns": [ // define search mode for each field { "name": "movie_id", "type_is_store": true }, { "name": "title", "ngram_maxsize": 10, "ngram_minsize": 2, "type_is_ngram": true }, { "name": "description", "type_is_phrase": true }, { "keyword_lowercase": true, "name": "genres", "type_is_keyword": true } ], "title_field": "title", // title on Alfred drop down menu "subtitle_field": "description", // subtitle on Alfred drop down menu "arg_field": "movie_id", // argument for other workflow component "autocomplete_field": "{movie_id} - {title}", // tab auto complete behavior "icon_field": "/Users/<username>/.alfred-fts/movie-icon.png" }
  20. 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
  21. An Alfred 3 workflow for generating lorem ipsum dummy text using joshtronic/php-loremipsum. View on Github Installation Download the workflow Double click the .alfredworkflow file to install Usage Use the keyword lipsum to trigger the workflow Select format you want to generate (characters, words, sentences, or paragraphs) (Optional) Type in the number of the format you would like to generate (defaults to 1) Press enter to copy to clipboard and paste into the forefront application or just ⌘ + c to copy to clipboard Release Log v2.2.0 (latest) v2.1.0 v2.0.0 v1.0.0
  22. Hey all, Wrote this tiny Alfred workflow that removes all "Screen Shot 2015-10-01 at 9.23.53 AM" files that end up cluttering your desktop after a while. Just have to type "clean" in your Alfred console. The workflow is here: https://github.com/lambtron/alfred-clean Enjoy! Andy
  23. I've managed various Facebook pages over the years (currently 3), and lately I've been wishing more and more to do some of that management via Alfred. This week I started hacking on it a bit, but I decided to work on a personal Facebook workflow first to get the feel for working with the Graph API, and then moving on to one for page management. I wanted to post about it here, just to see (a) if there was much interest in it besides for my own usage, (b) if so, what Facebooky things do you wish you could do via Alfred, either personal or page related? What's working now or will be shortly... Login to Facebook app. A regular (text) post to Timeline Link post to Timeline. Photo post to Timeline Post video to Timeline Upload photo to album Upload new video File action to upload photo to Timeline. File action to create new album with multiple photos. Other ideas I've had... List last n items I posted (posts, photos, videos) and open in browser. List my groups and open selection in browser. List my events and open selection in browser. List my friend lists and open selected list in browser. Search, narrowed by any of the above items. If anyone has ideas/suggestions about the best way to organize the different items below for easy access in a workflow, I'm all ears as well—there's a lot of options here, and I want to make sure it's as easy as possible to use quickly!
  24. Description: Alfred workflow for snippet trigger open/attach files/folders and drop & drop attach files anywhere It works pretty well on my side, and I believe it'll be pretty helpful for people who stays on the keyboard. Instruction: All you need to do with this workflow after installation is to type \\o anywhere in the mac, not necessarily a textfield. And then it pops up a search bar for you to search files/folders, you can choose to open files/folders or drag and drop them onto your current work or to preview in Alfred with "alt" held before any actions. Note: Attaching folders under the root directory lags and sometimes won't open. But other smaller folders are fine. (Tested on the apple note app). Check the images to see how it looks. Link to Github to download: Download Here
  25. 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
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