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  1. Change your default web browser quickly and easily from within Alfred. Simple yet effective, this workflow enablea you to easily change your default browser. The official repository is located on Github --> https://github.com/stuartcryan/defaultbrowser-alfred-workflow where any issues can be logged on the issue tracker. I have also put this workflow on Packal. Update Version 1.2 released September 10, 2015: What has changed: Feature: Support additional browsers - added FirefoxDeveloperEdition and Webkit Nightly BuildUpdate Version 1.1 released August 8, 2015: What has changed: Feature: Support additional browsers - added Chromium, Canary and SeaMonkey Feature: Only show installed browsers Feature: Indicate which browser is the current default Feature: Added hotkey assignments (to launch workflow, launch with "chrome", and launch with "safari") Improvement: Renamed description in Alfred to simply "Default Browser" Improvement: Improved failure feedback Improvement: Major code refactor to remove duplication and speed up the workflow Improvement: Added an icon to the workflow Improvement: defaultbrowser binary has been updated to better support integrating. This code has been put into a pull request for the official publication of defaultbrowser. Workflow Details: A simple workflow to allow quick and easy changing of the default browser on OSX using a workflow in Alfred. Installation Download the .alfredworkflow file or you can get it on Packal. Run to import into Alfred Donations This workflow represents many hours effort of development, testing and rework. The images that have been licensed for this workflow from DepositPhotos also needed a bit of my moolah. So if you love the workflow, and get use out of it every day, if you would like to donate as a thank you to buy me more caffeine giving Diet Coke, some Cake, or to put towards a shiny new gadget you can donate to me via Paypal. You should also consider getting into contact with Margus Kerma and donating to Margus also for the work that has bene put into the defaultbrowser binary. Usage db < browser > Note - if you try to set the default browser that is already active as the default you will just get a notification. Browsers currently supported: Chrome Firefox Opera Safari Chromium - New in V1.1 Canary - New in V1.1 SeaMonkey - New in V1.1 Screenshots Troubleshooting If you are finding that you are seeing browsers listed that you have installed previously but no longer have on your system you will need to clear out all your default handlers. Unfortunately, this is the only solution I have found to date, you should research it in depth before you use it. The following command will re-initialise all the "handlers" OSX knows about and will therefore resolve the issue, it will also likely require you to set up all your custom file associations again. In other words... you do this at your own risk, I do not support this in any way shape or form... The command you will need to run on the terminal is: lsregister -kill Contributing Fork it! Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature Commit your changes: git commit -am 'Add some feature' Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature Submit a pull request Change Log Version 1.2 - Feature ReleaseFeature: Support additional browsers - added FirefoxDeveloperEdition and Webkit Nightly Build Version 1.1 - Feature ReleaseFeature: Support additional browsers - added Chromium, Canary and SeaMonkey Feature: Only show installed browsers Feature: Indicate which browser is the current default Feature: Added hotkey assignments (to launch workflow, launch with "chrome", and launch with "safari") Improvement: Renamed description in Alfred to simply "Default Browser" Improvement: Improved failure feedback Improvement: Major code refactor to remove duplication and speed up the workflow Improvement: Added an icon to the workflow Improvement: defaultbrowser binary has been updated to better support integrating. This code has been put into a pull request for the official publication of defaultbrowser. Version 1.0 - Initial Release Credits defaultbrowser binary for OSX has been created by Margus Kerma. Margus has been kind enough to permit me to include the binary for defaultbrowser as part of this workflow to make distribution significantly easier. For any issues with the defaultbrowser binary please log these to the official DefaultBrowser Issue Tracker. DefaultBrowser Alfred workflow created by Stuart Ryan. If you would like to get into contact you can do so via: @StuartCRyan on Twitter Stuart Ryan on LinkedIn Technical Notebook Blog License With the exception of the workflow logo, this Alfred Workflow is provided free of charge under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 2 June 1991. The workflow logo is licensed only for use in this workflow and must be changed if the workflow is forked in the future. The workflow logo has been licensed from DepositPhotos to Stuart Ryan.
  2. This workflow allows you to view, open and add Safari reading list items. Features: View all your reading list items (keyword: RL). Search for specific items: Entering "rl apple iphone" will return reading list items whose page title or URL contains both "apple" and "iphone". View (and search) only unread reading list items (keyword: RLU). Add new items to your reading list (using keyword RLADD or hotkeys). Open all unread items (keyword: RLALL). Direct download Packal page This workflow uses the awesome Alfred Objective-C framework. Updates: v1.1: Option to view only unread Reading List items (default keyword: RLU). v1.2: Option to add new items to your reading list (keyword: RLADD). If the currently active app is a browser (Safari, Webkit, Chrome, Canary and Chromium are currently supported), you can just press Enter to add the URL of its active tab. You can also add URL's by typing or pasting. The workflow uses AppleScript to add new reading list items, so it requires Safari to be running. However, if Safari wasn't running, the workflow will quit it after it's done. (If you had no open windows in Safari, you won't even notice anything). Additionally, the workflow checks if the URL you are trying to add is valid by trying to download the <head> element of the corresponding page. So if you are disconnected from the Internet, or the page you are trying to add is unreachable, the workflow will consider the URL as invalid and won't add it. To make it add that URL without checking it for validity, use the modifier key (⌃). v1.3: Option to open all reading list items (keyword: RLALL). v1.4: The open all feature has been modified to open only unread items. (You can still open all your reading list items (including the read ones) by pressing Option.) v1.4.1: Fixed a typo v1.4.2: Fixed yet another typo
  3. Hi everyone I'm a longtime Alfred PPack user, but never really taken the time I should have done to make the most of Workflows. I use the 'Open in Chrome...' workflow when I stumble across a page with Flash in Safari, but now realise I could reload the page for iOS from the Safari> Develop menu. Is it possible I can write a Workflow to do this? Thanks so much Adam
  4. Hello! I made an Alfred 3 workflow to search and switch between open windows in the system and Safari (and Chrome) tabs. More app-by-app support are (hopefully) coming. It is uses the companion native app, that's what makes it much faster than the other alternatives. https://github.com/mandrigin/AlfredSwitchWindows/releases Sierra only (at the moment). PS: Thanks to Emanuele Munafò and his "Windows Switcher" workflow for the inspiration.
  5. Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/safari-tech-preview-webkit Github: https://github.com/joeworkman/alfred-safari-tech-preview As a web developer, I love to use Safari Technology Preview. However, typing Safari in Alfred always drives me crazy becuase I have to choose which Safari I want to open. I developed this simple workflow so that I can now launch Safari Technology Preview by typing webkit or wk into Alfred. You can also pass an optional URL to the command. If you do the URL will be opened inside Safari Technology Preview. If no URL is passed, the application will simply be activated.
  6. # SafariHistorySearch Alfred workflow to search Safari history written in swift. #Usage `shs <SEARCH_TERMS>` Separate search terms with spaces if you want to search for more than one word. ie: `shs github safari` Each word is searched separately. If you want to search for a phrase, surround the phrase with double quotes, ie: `shs "Alfred Workflow to Search Safari History"` The results contain all search terms. This workflow searches the page url, page title and page body if available. see https://github.com/akaralar/SafariHistorySearch/releases for latest version. I hope you like it!
  7. Clear Safari: this simple workflow launch an AppleScript to clear Safari history/cache/cookies/etc. DOWNLOAD Safari Incognito: this one enable private browsing in Safari by opening a new private window DOWNLOAD
  8. I created this little workflow a while back and thought somebody else might find it useful. The workflow will grab all tabs from the frontmost Safari window, format them into a Markdown list and copy the list to the clipboard for further use. The list is formatted like this: # URL List from Safari Tabs | Dienstag, 14. Juni 2016 um 12:34:42 * [Alfred App Community Forum](http://www.alfredforum.com/index.php) * [Posting New Topic - Alfred App Community Forum](http://www.alfredforum.com/index.php?app=forums&module=post&section=post&do=new_post&f=3) The code is based on an AppleScript I found somewhere. Sadly I don't know where anymore so I cannot give proper credit. Download
  9. Search, activate, reload and close your active Chrome and Safari tabs and favourite sites. RBT allows you to do the following all from within Alfred: Search all open tabs across Chrome and Safari and load a selected tab. Reload a tab forcibly when you select it if you want. Add "favourite" sites to the workflow for quick access with defined keywords. Synchronise your favourites across computers. RBT for Alfred has been forked from the Search Tabs on Safari and Chrome workflow developed by Clinton Strong (with Clinton's blessing) and could almost be considered v2 of Clinton's original workflow. The below instructions are a clone of what is posted on the official Github repository: UPDATE August 8, 2015 - Version 1.1 Released Today I release v1.1 of Rapid Browser Tabs which has the following changes: Fix - Tab icon for Safari did not display Feature - Add "ctrl" key modifier to force reload tab on opening Feature - Provide feedback on settings initialisation and sync Feature - Enable favourite searching by URL Installation Download the .alfredworkflow file or you can get it from Packal. Run to import into Alfred Setup Before you can do anything with the workflow you will need to initialise the settings: Run rbtsetup and select 'Initialise Workflow Configuration' The workflow will then copy over the default configuration files and example icons. The workflow has been designed to enable settings synchronisation via a mechanism of your choice (such as Dropbox). It is easiest to set this up before you get too deep into configuring the workflow. To configure synchronisation via Dropbox (as an example): Run 'rbtsetup' and select "Set root config folder location" Update the folder name to point to a new location, my personal preference is "~/Dropbox/AlfredSync/Workflow Data/com.stuartryan.alfred.rapidbrowsertabs/" (however you can use any location as long as you set it to be the same on different computers) Ensure you have ended your path with a trailing forward slash (things will break if you don't) and then save and close the configuration file. If this is the first computer you are setting the workflow up on (i.e. that directory does not exist or is empty) run rbtsetup then select "Refresh workflow configuration" to copy the default configurations into place Repeat steps 1 to 3 for every subsequent computer you will run the workflow on (after the initial sync has completed via Dropbox). Configure a hotkey: To make your life easier I also recommend you set up a hotkey for use with the workflow. Open Alfred Click Workflows --> Rapid Browser Tabs Double click on the Hotkey box Enter your hotkey and ensure the action is set to "Pass through to workflow" The argument should be set to "None" Click Save Basic Usage The default keyword set is "rbt" here are some examples of what you can do: rbt google - Will show all tabs you currently have open that have google in the URL or the tab description. rbt fb - FB is set as a keyword for Facebook. This will show any current Facebook tabs already open and will also allow you to open a new Facebook tab in your default browser as well. rbt nf - Same thing as above but will open Netflix rbt netflix - Same as above, workflow will recognise this is a favourite site and show all tabs currently open and will also offer the option to open a new tab to the Netflix website. ctrl key modifier - The control key when held down while selecting a tab will force the tab to reload/refresh when it is opened For backwards compatibility with the human brain (and the fact that everyone is used to using the keyword "tabs"), an additional entry point into the workflow using the keyword "tabs" has been added. Depending on user feedback this may be removed or adopted permanently in the future. Advanced Configuration - Adding your own favourites YAML Config File Once you have the hang of the basic usage of the workflow, you can get down to configuring extra "Favourites". The favourites have been designed to represent the most used sites you use, the ones that you access day in and day out so that you can get rapid access to them. I have found after setting these up originally I have only added to the list a couple of times as it is expected the list will become relatively static after the first couple of weeks usage. To access the sites configuration: Run rbtsetup then select "Modify Sites Configuration" The default configuration example has examples that you can copy and modify to add your own favourites The two basic styles of configuration are: First Example: YouTube: aliases: "-yt" icon: youtube.png url: "https://www.youtube.com" Second Example: ? "YouTube Video Manager" : aliases: "-yta -ytvm -youtube admin" icon: youtubeadmin.png url: "https://www.youtube.com/my_videos" The key difference between the two above examples are the use of the '? "Site name"' in the second example. When the site name has spaces, you should copy the second example. You can however always opt to use this format regardless of whether the site name has spaces or not if you want to go the easy route. The aliases section can list zero or more aliases (for zero just use "", and do not delete the line). Each alias should be prefixed by a dash '-', and you can have as many keywords as you would like (but remember... less is more). If you are having problems with the site configuration you have created, a great first point is to run it through YAML Lint which can validate if there is anything invalid in your syntax. If that comes back clean and you still have issues please log an issue. Adding the pretty favourite images You will notice in the above example each item references a png icon file. You can save icons that you would like to represent your favourites in the icons folder. This is accessed by typing 'rbtsetup' then selecting "Open icons storage folder". As long as the icons in this folder match what you put on your text you can use a pretty icon. If you would rather not use an image just use 'icon.png' and this will use the default icon for the workflow. Supported Browsers Currently the workflow supports the following browsers. As Firefox does not expose its tabs via Applescript, it is not able to be supported. If someone is a whizz at writing Firefox plugins and would like to collaborate on a plugin to get this to work please feel free to get into contact with me. Chrome Safari Chromium Chrome Canary Webkit History Version 1.1 - Bugfix and feature releaseFix - Tab icon for Safari did not display Feature - Add "ctrl" key modified to force reload tab on opening Feature - Provide feedback on settings initialisation and sync Feature - Enable favourite searching by URL Version 1.0 - Initial Release of Rapid Browser Tabs for Alfred Version 0.9 - Forked from Search Safari and Chrome Tabs workflow Feb 2014 release Credits Rapid Browser Tabs for Alfred workflow created by Stuart Ryan. If you would like to get into contact you can do so via: @StuartCRyan on Twitter Stuart Ryan on LinkedIn Technical Notebook Blog Search Tabs on Safari and Chrome workflow created by Clinton Strong represented the initial stages for this workflow. Clinton has been kind enough to provide his blessing for the code to be forked and maintained as a new workflow. Any future code releases to the Search Tabs on Safari and Chrome workflow may be merged into this workflow if required (and as long as the original licensing permits). License All code in this workflow is released under the MIT License. Images used as part of the workflow are licensed only for use in this workflow and must be changed if the workflow is forked in the future. All images have been licensed from DepositPhotos to Stuart Ryan. Donations This workflow represents many many hours effort of development, testing and rework. The images licensed for this workflow from DepositPhotos also needed a bit of my moolah. So if you love the workflow, and get use out of it every day, if you would like to donate as a thank you to buy me more caffeine giving Diet Coke, some Cake, or to put towards a shiny new gadget you can donate to me via Paypal. Contributing If you are a coder head over to the official Github repo: Fork it! Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature Commit your changes: git commit -am 'Add some feature' Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature Submit a pull request If you aren't a coder: You can drop your ideas here or feel free to log your ideas and suggestions on GitHub and I will see what I can do.
  10. Hiya all Is it possible to get results in Alfred from certain website pages? For example, Amazon's "Today's Deals", eBay's "Daily Deals", Sky News "UK" or The Guardian "UK"? Mark
  11. Hello! This is a pretty basic workflow that I just use for opening a new Safari window. My most used v1 extension but only just made it into a v2 workflow. http://jdr.name/projects/alfred/New Safari.alfredworkflow It's basically just an AppleScript
  12. Hey! I often find myself in a situation where I need to paste the URL from one of my Safari bookmarks to someone in email, chat, forums, etc. It's great that I can easily find bookmarks in Alfred but in these cases I don't want to open the bookmark in my browser, I just want to copy its URL to the clipboard without leaving whatever app I'm in. Would anyone be kind enough to help me figure out how to accomplish this? Thanks!
  13. I'm actually creating a workflow for the TYPO3 community http://www.typo3.org(an open source cms system) which should add features like Open TYPO3 backend in a new tab, Open TYPO3 install tool in a new tab. Therefore my script already supports Chrome and Safari. My problem is, that the safari tab isn't created after my current tab. It seems it isn't possible to changing The index value of a tab. Is there any possibility to make this working with a workaround? thx Jousch This is my actual script: on alfred_script(q) global backendPathSegment set backendPathSegment to "/typo3/index.php" tell application "System Events" to set frontApp to name of first process whose frontmost is true # SAFARI/WEBKIT if (frontApp = "Safari") or (frontApp = "Webkit") then using terms from application "Safari" tell application frontApp to set currentTabUrl to URL of front document set currentTabUrl to currentTabUrl & backendPathSegment tell application frontApp to set currentTabIndex to index of current tab of front window set newTabindex to currentTabIndex + 1 tell application frontApp tell front window set current tab to (make new tab with properties {URL:currentTabUrl}) end tell end tell end using terms from # CHROME else if (frontApp = "Google Chrome") or (frontApp = "Google Chrome Canary") or (frontApp = "Chromium") then using terms from application "Google Chrome" tell application frontApp to set currentTabUrl to URL of active tab of front window tell application frontApp to set currentTabTitle to title of active tab of front window tell application frontApp to set n to active tab index of front window tell application frontApp to set myTab to make new tab at after tab n of front window with properties {URL:currentTabUrl & backendPathSegment} end using terms from # ELSE (Firefox has no applescript support to my knowledge) else return "You need a supported browser as your frontmost app" end if end alfred_script
  14. Hello. Today I've experimented with Safari's windows management through Alfred & AppleScript and encountered with greatly strange issue. As you probably know, every window object in AppleScript has standard properties which are described in Standard Suite: id, name, miniaturized and the like. In Script Editor I can obviously get any of these properties and I thought I can do the same in Script Filter too. However when I try to get miniaturizable and miniaturized properties in a Script Filter's script, the script fails with an error "Safari got an error: Can’t make |miniaturized| of item 1 of every window into type reference." under number -1700. I've created this simple example to illustrate the issue: repeat with safari_window in every window of application "Safari" try log (get miniaturized of safari_window) on error msg number -1700 log msg end try end repeat When I run it in Script Editor it executes as expected and logs true/false values, but when I call it from Script Filter it produces errors and logs error messages: [STDERR: alfred.workflow.input.scriptfilter] Safari got an error: Can’t make |miniaturized| of item 1 of every window into type reference. Safari got an error: Can’t make |miniaturized| of item 2 of every window into type reference. Safari got an error: Can’t make |miniaturized| of item 3 of every window into type reference. Safari got an error: Can’t make |miniaturized| of item 4 of every window into type reference. Safari got an error: Can’t make |miniaturized| of item 5 of every window into type reference. Safari got an error: Can’t make |miniaturized| of item 6 of every window into type reference. Safari got an error: Can’t make |miniaturized| of item 7 of every window into type reference. Also it isn't a Safari issue. Other applications behave the same way. Can someone explain me, why is it happening? Thank you.
  15. HI, Is it possible to determine wich 1password url is opened in which browser? I do have a lot of logins saved, but some site are only supporting Chrome, other Firefox etc. Now when i search in alfres it opens always the 1password url's in my standard browser. I would love have the oppertunity/workflow to change that. I'm able to open standard url's in different browers, what i'm looking for is specific for some 1password urls.
  16. Hi, I created a small workflow for private browsing with Safari in Yosemite. I thought it may be useful for someone else. Private Browsing Download: http://www.packal.org/workflow/private-browsing Opens the current tab in a new private window and closes the old tab. If a private window already exists, then opens the current tab in that window.
  17. # Safari Bookmark Manager Alfred 2 Workflow to manage safari bookmark (delete / edit) # Installation You may need to install the gem (sorry...) Right-click on the worflow, show in finder. In Terminal, drag and drop the folder to `cd` to it. `gem install CFPropertyList` # Usage find a bookmark, go to file action, select `Rename Bookmark` or `Delete Bookmark` # How it's done? A bit sloppyly... Couldn't find a good doc to do it via iCloud directly. (and didn't really search for it). Alfred App find bookmark by because of their cache version in the user folder: ~/Library/Caches/Metadata/Safari/Bookmarks Each file is name with a unique id. Editing / deleting this file is not enough, it's just a cache.. Bookmark will reappear or be re-edited by Safari. Another file maintain a more permanent version of the bookmarks: ~/Library/Safari/Bookmarks.plist Steps: - find the bookmark uuid (the cache file name, passed by alfred) - find the matching entry in the plist and edit it / delete it (also add entry for iCloud -- see code) - repeat the action on the cache file Source: http://github.com/huguesbr/alfred2-workflow-safari-bookmark Workflow: http://git.io/vBEVM
  18. I would like to use (either standard alfred web search or a custom workflow) alfred to launch google searches. At the moment, they all open in a new window if the app (Chrome, Safari, Firefox) is not already open. I would like the behavior to be that the search opens in a new tab even if the app is currently closed, and is launched by the alfred query. Any help appreciated.
  19. (Sorry I didn't complete my title and can't alter it) Hopping someone can help me out. I'm wanting to copy a URL from Safari and paste it into a new TextEdit document and then save it to a specific location. So far I can get it as far as my clipboard then I get stuck, by using an AppleScript: tell application "Safari" activate set theURL to URL of front document set the clipboard to theURL & return end tell
  20. The workflow takes the url of the active safari tab, and copies it to the clipboard. If you want it also throws the the page title in there. If you have selected some text, it tries to recognize that and takes that instead of the page title. It also can directly paste that whole string. That's it. Tremendously helpful for IM conversations or as a starting point for a Tweet. I have bound it like this CMD Option U to copy URL CMD Option Shift U to paste URL CMD Option K to copy Page Title and URL CMD Option Shift K to paste Page Title/Selected Text and URL Originally created by Michael Matochkin, I adapted the workflow over time and now publish it here. Original credits in the readme: Based on Alfred extensions by Luca Soldaini (original applescript by Dr. Drang) and Zibity I've used an icon from the Stylistica Icon Set That should cover it. And of course: here is the workflow download link Cheers! Timm
  21. Here's a workflow to search for Trello tabs already open in Safari then do one of three things: - Creates a new Trello tab in Safari if none are open. - Open existing Trello tab in Safari if one exits. - Presents a dialog of Trello tabs to choose from if more than one tab exits. Get it in Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/open-trello-tab-safari-without-duplicates The workflow contains AppleScript that was adapted from what I found here: http://hea-www.harvard.edu/~fine/OSX/safari-tabs.html
  22. It is quite basic to open an app with the preset workflow setting. However, is it possible to create a hotkey workflow so that a new window of Safari can be popped up, instead of just opening Safari app (which leads to opening previously opened Safari window)? If anyone knows how to solve this issue, I would appreciate your help very much.
  23. I use Chrome on my desktop, but I like to do all of my reading on my iPad or iPhone and I like using the Reading List built into Safari. I've used Pocket for this before, but a lot of stuff ends up in Safari's Reading List when I'm using the Twitter client on iOS. This workflow will take your current Chrome tab and send it to Safari's Reading List. Installation Instructions From a terminal window, run: sudo gem install rb-appscript Download the workflow from: https://www.dropbox.com/s/bnxbpiabtcjfz60/Chrome%20to%20Safari%20Reading%20List.alfredworkflow Usage Type `rl` in Alfred Script copied from: https://gist.github.com/pdxmph/1342437
  24. I removed Flash from my system long ago but occasionally I need to make use of the version bundled with Chrome to view certain web pages properly. There are a few workflows like this around, but as the only browsers I use are Safari and Chrome I wanted something a little more direct than Send URL which led me to this alternative made by Runar. There were a few issues with that workflow, so I made a version which (hopefully) deals with everything in a tidy and intelligent manner. If Safari is either not open, or has no windows open, the workflow will post a notification saying so. If you'd like it to also post notifications when URLs are successfully sent to Chrome open the workflow folder (right click the workflow in Alfred and click Show in Finder) and edit the appropriate line in open_in_chrome.scpt (it's clearly marked). The reverse behaviour is also available (i.e.: sending URLs from Chrome to Safari). Hat tip to Carlos-Sz for getting Alfred to run the Applescript properly :-) Download: Open in Chrome Keywords: openinchrome, openinsafari
  25. I've put together a simple workflow to download YouTube videos. This only works for Safari so far (if you can add additional browser support, I would appreciate a patch.) Simply browse to a video in Safari, and either activate Alfred and enter "ytdl", or use the hotkey Cmd+Option+Ctrl+Y. The video will be saved in your Movies folder. Comments, criticisms, bug reports, thanks & praise, etc. to me at donburr [at] gmail [dot] com. Download it here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/169813/DownloadYouTubeVideo.zip