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Alfred 2 Workflow to change the resolution for 13" MacBook Pro Laptops Shamelessly copied and adopted for 13" MacBook Pro Retina displays (running under OS X Mavericks). Slightly extended to send notifications for each new resolution. Keyboard Shortcut changed. Workflow screenshot: https://github.com/davosian/alfred-change-resolution/blob/master/Screenshot.png Usage: 'res r' or ⌘⌥^R for 1280*800 (think 'r' as in 'Retina') 'res h' or ⌘⌥^H for 1440*900 (think 'h' as in 'hi-res display', like the old 1680*1050 MBP Hi-Res display) 'res f' or ⌘⌥^F for 1680*1050 (think 'f' as in 'full-hd') GitHub (Source): https://github.com/davosian/alfred-change-resolution Direct Download: https://github.com/davosian/alfred-change-resolution/blob/master/Change%20Resolution.alfredworkflow?raw=true
Hello! I'm new here and just started with working with Alfred (It's awesome!). Now, I was looking for a workflow, that changes the Display Resolution from MacBook 13" Retina. I found several workflows with this function, but nothing really working for me. The best one was the set resolution workflow from ramiroaraujo (https://github.com/ramiroaraujo/alfred-set-resolution-workflow). My idea was to have a workflow that only switches between the retina-resolutions from the system preferences. The Images below are only build with Gimp. I'm an absolute noob in shell/AppleScript programming, so I can't realize it. It would be awesome, if someone is interested in realize it.
Set Resolution Workflow for Alfred App Handy workflow to change between available screen resolutions, even between normal and HiDPI mode (Retina). It allows you to list and search available resolutions for each connected display, and action the result to do the change. The change persists between logout (ex: restart, shutdown, etc). It filter's out duplicated resolutions where a retina resolution is available, for example, if you have available 1280x960 in both retina and non-retina, you'll only see the retina option; no need to set the pixelated one. Usage Type the keyword setresolution to show a list of resolutions. You'll see that the first result is actually a non-actionable result which shows the current resolution. If you have more than one display, you'll see instead the displays to select, and by actioning on any display the workflow will reload with the display index and after the keyword, and ready to search/select the proper resolutions. When using multiple displays, the display index is needed, but you can write it down yourself to make it faster, like setresolution 1 1280 to search for 1280 on display index 1 (the second from the list) You can also type after the space to search for resolutions (searches the numbers). The available resolutions list is usually quite large. You can delete available resolutions from the list by actioning the result while holding the ⌥ (alt) key. If you connect a different display, or want to undo a deleted resolution you need to reset the list by actioning the keyword resetresolution Installation For OS X 10.9 Mavericks, Download the alfred-set-resolution.alfredworkflow and import to Alfred 2. For Previous OS X Versions, Download the alfred-set-resolution.alfredworkflow and import to Alfred 2. Source Code Clone or Fork the Workflow: https://github.com/ramiroaraujo/alfred-set-resolution-workflow Credits Build around a modified version (my fork) of a fork of Robbert Klarenbeek's ResolutionMenu app, by Anthony Dervish. Changelog 2014-02-24 - Released
Workflow to quickly change between screen resolutions. Comes in handy when wanting the extra screen real estate on a retina monitor for certain tasks. Currently only supports the primary monitor. Thanks to http://www.pyehouse.com/cscreen/ https://github.com/taylorludwig/Resolutions-Alfred