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  1. Hide All Windows Download here Show All Windows Download here Just type "hide" to hide all windows and "show" to show them all back. Works with Finder Windows too! Enjoy guys! Sam
  2. Hello. Is there a workflow to "Show" all open/minimized windows for all your running apps? I find it very frustrating on my MacBook Pro that sometimes if I minimize the main window of an app, that no matter how many times I click the icon on the Dock, or click "Show Windows", nothing comes up, I have to quit the app, restart it and then just have to remember to not close it again lol.. A lot of the time, I will be running Logic X on one screen and Chrome and iMessage on the other, so it would be helpful to have something that can "Maximize/Show" all open/running windows.. Anything out there?
  3. MoonMovie(alpha) This workflow allows you to easily find streaming and downloading links for many movies and television shows Script Filters The script filters in MoonMovie include the following: Moon Searches most relevant titles MoonMovie Searches for a specific title of a movie MoonShow Searches for a specific title of a television show By using the keyword Moon in Alfred the following results appear. The default Moon option will search for the most relevant titles available, whether that be a television series or a single movie. Selecting a series in the default moon option will list out all available episodes of that series. The subtitle of each results allows you to see if that episode has links available for streaming. Not all links shown in the subtitle can be streamed from, so make note that some episodes or movies may not have streaming links When you select an episode from the episode listing above, a list of 5 available streaming links will load for you to choose from. When highlighting one of these stream links, CMD+Enter will load up the download link from that stream. The MoonMovie script filter searches for much more specific results than the default Moon script filter. Since the database for these movies isn't the easiest to work with, you may need to sometimes use a special parameter to find the movie or show you are looking for. This parameter is @year= With this parameter you can specify the search year, thus narrowing down your search immensely. MoonShow works the exact same way as MoonMovie, except for searching shows instead of movies. Action Modifiers The only action modifier in MoonMovie is CMD. When highlighting a streaming link, using this action modifier will get the associated download link from that stream. Download MoonMoviev1.2 [Download]
  4. I like to hide my Desktop icons, specially when I'm going to present a keynote. This is a very simple workflow that executes a shell command to toggle the Desktop icon. I Hope someone else find it useful. Just use the keyword deskicons. Download Link: http://cl.ly/OEG8 If it's not working properly (no change, or icons reappearing in a few seconds) try executing the following command in the terminal: defaults write com.apple.finder CreateDesktop 1 After that it should work fine.
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