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  1. SEND To download, visit the Packal page Version: 1.2 This workflow allows users to quickly and easily send documents to the cloud service of their choice. Once configured (send:config), users can make use of either: hotkey file action keyword to either send a duplicate of the file to the cloud service (leaving the original where it is), or move the original itself to the cloud service. Configuration When you run send:config, 3 options appear: This will determine which cloud service you send your data to using the workflow. At any point, you can change your settings, but once set the workflow will always send the chosen file to this folder. Anyways, if you choose the Other option, you will need to name the service used: After this (or if you choose iCloud or Dropbox), you will need to choose the folder you will be sending to. The workflow will begin by telling you what you need to do: After this reminder, you will choose the folder: This is an example of having chosen iCloud, and the workflow will automatically take you to the Mobile Documents folder in your Library, where you will see all of your iCloud enabled apps have their own personal folders. Choose the one you'd like to send your stuff to. For example, if you use Readdle's Documents app on your iPad or iPhone, find that folder within the Mobile Documents folder and select it. Once configured, you can send documents in a few different ways. First, you can use Alfred's File Browser to either send a duplicate or send the original to the cloud service you chose above: Or you could use the keywords. send:d sends a duplicate of the frontmost document (if possible): send:o sends the original of the frontmost file to the cloud folder (if possible): Of course, you can also set up Hotkeys for both of these actions as well. The workflow is 90% Applescript, so it should work on all machines out-of-the-box. There is a little bit of Python, which uses deanishe's Alfred-Workflow library as its backbone. Hope this is helpful, stephen
  2. Some introducing words: Sorry for my bad english. I made this as an extension for Alfred 1 about 3 years ago. It is a very complex extension, completely implemented with Applescript. So, it's way to much code for his functionality and often there are not very beautiful solutions. But I made this to learn Applescript and checkout the possibilities. I made an Workflow for Alfred 2 out of the extension, but some functions like the detailed growl notifications do not work anymore. But the main features still work. I have no plans to change anything on the workflow or in the code itself (but never say never). There will be many ways, to do it better. Feel Free to use the Idea and the code, to make a better workflow out of this. The Workflow: Quickmail offers the possibility to write emails straight from Alfred. You can define a subject, attach files, choose your Email-account, use the nicknames from address book for the recipients & much more. Besides you can use Quickmail to read new unread messages in a dialog without opening the mail app. You can also reply from this dialog. You have to make some definitions in the code, to make quickmail run. It is not very difficult (I made some comments on the relevant positions), but if it is the first time you see code, it will take some time to understand. You can do a lot of customization in the code. Quickmail supports multiple languages like english, german, french, spanish, italian. But most of them on a Google Translator level. But it is easy to correct the mistakes in the code, because all texts depending on the language are listed in a special part of the code. How to use: Attention: the examples will work with the default settings for characters, if you change them, you have to use the new ones of course. Simple Message: qm example@example.com*A subject*A message Message to predefined contact (you can define in the script code or in Adressbook (nickname) e.g. with shortcut "anna"): qm anna*A subject*A message Formating message with returns: qm example@example.com*A subject*Hi there,> this is a message>>sincerely,>your friend Add an attachment (attachment is the selected item or items in finder): qm anna*A subject*A message*# Send from a specific account, not standard-account (you can define in the script code e.g. "work"): qm anna*A subject*A message*work Send from specific account & add attachment: qm anna*A subject*A message*#*work Message without subject (quickmail generates from message or uses a predefined subject you can define in the script code): qm anna**A message Further you can use Read&Reply-Mode (This Mode shows you an unread message with the possibility of quick reply in a dialog): qm r --> quick reply messages can be formated too. Use Symbol: > Tip: It is extremly usefull to use the Alfred Large Type feature (Appearance-->Large Type) to check your text before sending. Screenshots: Download: From my Dropbox
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