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  1. CleanShot X Workflow: Download Requiremens Alfred 4CleanShot X (version 3.5.1 or above) Screenshots Credits This workflow is based on, and a slight improvement of, Raycast’s CleanShot X script commands. Icon Credits Some icons from by srip and freepik from flaticon.
  2. Screenshots Overview Take screenshots and manage files within a Dropbox Public subfolder. Main features: custom filename with constants always use the last filename pattern (useful for a set of screenshots from the same theme) capture screen, selection and window with or without shadow optional 5 seconds delay get URL to the clipboard: normal and shortened by bitly or Brb.bz manage screenshots (that's why a subfolder in Dropbox Public folder is recommended): preview, get public link, upload to Cloud App, upload to imgru and all Alfred file actions list past links then copy to the clipboard, paste or open in the default browser Setup Bring Alfred and type the keyword setupss Select the Dropbox Public folder: it is recommended to, first, create a subfolder into Dropbox Public folder, e.g. ~/Dropbox/Public/Screenshots/ so you can easily manage only the screenshots taken instead of all image files inside your Dropbox Public folder Type your Dropbox Public folder ID: go to your Dropbox Public folder, right click a file and select Copy Public Link, then paste it in a text editor and copy the number there Select the URL type to be copied to the clipboard (bitly and Brb.bz require registration and an API key) Take a Screenshot Bring Alfred and type the keyword ss then select the capture mode from the list. Optionally type the filename. You can use constants such as $d (day), $m (month), $y (year), $h (hour), $n (minute) and $s (second). The last typed pattern is always automatically used. Command key: set a 5 seconds delay before the screenshot Option key: save the screenshot to the clipboard instead the folder Control key: reset the filename pattern to the default one Note that you can set hotkeys for all screenshot types. Screenshots Manager Bring Alfred and type the keyword ssm You will see a list of screenshots and you can: Return key: open the file Shift key: preview the file Command key: get link Option key: upload to Cloud App (install the app first) Control key: upload to imgru Righ arrow: for Alfred file Action (delete, copy and so on) Screenshots Cloud Bring Alfred and type the keyword ssc You will see a list of past links made by the workflow. You can: Return key: copy the link to the clipboard Shift key: preview the lined image Control key: copy and paste the link to the topmost application Option key: open the link in the default browser What's New Keyword ssc to list past links List screenshots using Finder if Spotlight is not available Download Version 2.0 Download Now Version: 1.1 Date: 01 Mar 2014 Made on OSX 10.9.1 Download Now
  3. Hi, I am new to Alfred, and would like to incorporate some of the shortcuts already existing in mac OS (https://support.apple.com/en-in/HT201236) into a workflow. For example, I want to assign a keyword input "screenshot" to the mac shortcut Shift-Command-3, since I always forget this combination Can anyone please suggest, how this can be done? Thanks!
  4. Hi Guys I would like to take screenshots with an interval automatically. I found this link here How to Set Timer to Take Screenshot of Mac Using Terminal that works perfectly. I want to create a workflow to carry out it as well as set the time interval; Some nice guy could help me?
  5. I just uploaded uploaded clipbox to packal http://www.packal.org/workflow/clipbox It lets you take a screenshot, upload it to trello, and get a link to the file back. Suggestions and changes accepted at https://github.com/bgschiller/alfred-clipbox Keys Action ⌘⇧X Take screenshot ⌘⇧G Begin screen recording ⌘⇧C Upload clipboard text or file
  6. Here is the GitHub Repo: https://github.com/ginfuru/Alfred-ScreenCapture I write a lot of documents that require me to take screen shots regularly, to show a process or steps for whatever is relavent. So I created this workflow to help me save time, while not having to rely on small apps that site in the menu bar and it fully taking advantage of features that are already built into the OS. This workflow use a Keyword trigger to capture your screen either as a full screen, a selection, a window or timed PNG file and then opens up the file in Preview for annotating/editing. Download it - http://rnydm.us/Ndbp >>> http://i.makitra.in/Ndbp If you'd like to change the file format Edit : screencapture -icWP ~/Desktop/{query}.png Change it to: screencapture -icWP pdf ~/Desktop/{query}.pdf You can change this to really whatever format you want. If you'd like to change what Application that opens Edit: screencapture -icWP ~/Desktop/{query}.png Change it to: screencapture -icW ~/Desktop/screenshot.png And link it to the OUTPUT Run Script If you have questions just ask
  7. This probably exists already, but I am looking for a simple workflow that will automatically take a screenshot and copy it to the clipboard. Any help?
  8. Hello everybody, I create workflow to Scrennshot of web pages. This workflow use webkit2png from Paul Hammond. Webkit2png is a command line tool that creates screenshots of webpages. Your screenshots you can find in your desktop. We have two choice: 1: Write address (without http://) 2: Grab URL address from your Cipboard Download: from here
  9. Changes OSX screenshot format (BMP, GIF, JPG, PDF, PNG, or TIFF) and save location. To chage the path to which your screenshots will be saved: ss path ~/path/to/your/folder To change the file format that screnshots are saved in: ss format jpg Download v1.0
  10. Hello, I'm trying to create workflow for creating screenshots of webpages with webkit2png (in terminal). I installed (homebrew and after webkit2png). Please how can i create this workflow: In alfred i write "print" and "space" and "url address" and after that terminal run webkit2png "url address" Please, please, please
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