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Hi everyone Im a new memeber of Alfred, and felt in love with the possiblities of alfred workflows. I belive i have a quiet cool idea, that could benefit alot of users, but i dont have the skills to pull it off. That is why i hope anyone in here could pull it off and share with the community . The idea is that the user would be able to choose at downloadfolder based on the URL they user are downloading from. For an example, i have made folder named "Facebook Downloads" and "Alfred Downloads"on my Mac. Whenever i then download a file from the www.facebook.com/* website, the downloaded folder would automatically get placed in the "Facebook Downloads" folder. If i then download a file from fx www.alfredforum.com/* the file would be placed in the "Alfred Downloads" folder. An extra feature that would be nice, if the downloadfolder also could be determiend by the URL sub root. For an example, downloads from www.facebook.com/alfred/ and www.facebook.com/mike/ would be downloaded into 2 seperate folders. It doesnt matter if the downloaded itme are directly rooted to the preffered folder, or if it would be redirected from the stardard download folder to the preferred folder. Though the first soulution would be the best, but most certainly also the hardest to do. When an item is downloaded on the mac from a website, the itme automatically coantain information about its origin (URL), if you enter the itmes "Get info". I belive this could be used to setup this workflow easier, but i have no idea. Maybe its more suited to be build in the "automator" app, build into macOS..? again i have no idea Looking forward to hear your reaction on this, and if anyone are able or will try to create this.
Resolve HTTP Redirects Follows any HTTP redirects and returns the canonical URL. Also displays information about the primary host (hostname, IP address(es), aliases). You can paste a URL into Alfred's query box or grab a URL directly from the clipboard. Installation You can install the workflow from GitHub or Packal. Usage resolve URL — Find and display the canonical URL after all redirects. ↩ — Open the new URL in your default browser ⌘+↩ — Copy the new URL to the clipboard resolvepb — Grab the URL from the clipboard and resolve any redirects as If the URL has no redirects, a "URL is canonical" message will be displayed. Licence, thanks This workflow is released under the MIT licence. It uses Alfred-Workflow for the plumbing and to resolve HTTP redirects.