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  1. alfred-spotify-mini-player.com Find all information on dedicated website: alfred-spotify-mini-player.com Follow on Twitter @TheMiniPlayer to get all news Features Example PS: If you have a problem with the workflow, do not spend time reading the forum post, the workflow has been rewritten many times! Follow instructions from here http://alfred-spotify-mini-player.com/articles/support/ instead
  2. Spotifious a natural Spotify controller for Alfred So, you’ve heard of Spotifious, eh? A natural Spotify controller for Alfred? Searchs Spotify, controls your music, generally rocks? It’s built off a lot of other people’s work— PHPFunk and David Ferguson especially— and tries to match the functionality of Alfred’s integrated iTunes player. It’s not perfect, but it does the job. And I think it’s pretty cool. Features A quick rundown of its coolness: A controller, not a workflow Spotifious just feels fun to use, like a real plugin for Alfred, not a workflow. It can do in-depth, playlist-scouring searches and gives you useful information even if something goes wrong. Not unlike the iTunes Mini Player. Alfred-like Spotifious is also especially Alfred-like. Just start typing to scour Spotify’s servers for music. Browse through artists and albums and playlists like nobody’s business and drill down through Queen’s huge anthologies with a snappy context-based search. Smart Spotifious uses Packal to make sure you always have the latest version. It gives you a heads-up about what’s going on with Spotify the moment you start it. And don’t worry about errors— we’ll handle those. Download & Install Latest version: v0.13.9 | Latest dev build: v0.13.9 Detailed instructions available on the plugin site. Download this repository. (Source) Open dist/spotifious.alfredworkflow by double-clicking it or dragging it into Alfred. Bind the hotkey to ^⌘⏎. Activate the plugin with your new hotkey, and follow the short (three step) setup process. Continue on with your merry day. How to Use So let's assume you've downloaded and installed the workflow. Now what? Press ^⌘⏎ Good! You should briefly see a loading entry, then the main menu: You can action the song title (press ⏎) to play or pause the song, action the album or artist to search for that album or artist, or just start typing to search for cool music. Once you’ve searched for something, you can continue to browse albums and arists through Spotifious. Actioning an artist will bring up a list of their albums, and actioning an album will bring up the track list. Note: You can always leave a menu and go back just by pressing ⌫. Development & Acknowledgements A lot of people helped out on this: vdesabou and I trade ideas a ton PHPfunk and his PHP Alfred workflow inspired much of OhAlfred David Ferguson helped with some iffy Alfred glitches a slightly modified version of Entypo icon font face for icons. and many other people mentioned in the code. Thanks to everyone who helped, and thanks to everyone who uses my work! Oh, and thanks for reading this whole README. I hope you enjoy Spotifious! This is a personal project. I host it on Github. It is MIT licensed, except for the icons, which are owned by Spotify and Entypo. Be cool. Another download link for your convenience: latest (source)
  3. Here's how it works: Open Spotify and start playing music Hit the hotkey to start Mutify workflow When it finds a track that's less than 35 seconds long (because that's likely an ad), it sets Spotify's volume to 0 (it is only muting Spotify and nothing else). When the ad is over, it resets Spotify's volume back to what it was NOTE: When you pause or quit Spotify, Mutify will also quit. Start Mutify again with your hotkey after playing Spotify again. You can download the Mutify workflow here: http://www.kevnk.com/public/alfred/Mutify.alfredworkflow Feel free to leave feedback here or email me at hello@kevnk.com Enjoy!
  4. Hey Gang Just wanted a quick workflow to easily bop the volume up and down for Spotify. Alfred workflows to the rescue. Dead simple and easy to adjust the increments if you like. DOWNLOAD
  5. Hi! I often listen to some random playlists on Spotify and when I hear a good song, I want to know its name. Getting tired of having to Cmd+Tab to Spotify I decided to write this workflow which simply shows the song currently playing. You can also show it in large type or copy to clipboard. Type np to activate the workflow. Cmd + Enter copies to clipboard and Alt + Enter shows large type. Download
  6. I know there is the workflow alleyoop going around which will download a release for any workflows that include an update.json file, it's a great idea. Automation for updating, making things easy. As I was getting back into making updates to the Spotify workflow I wanted to add this in, but I didn't care for lack of control. Meaning no way to read about the release, view the codebase or even choose a release version. I opted not to use it. Instead I wrote a little PHP library that will download tags from Github and display them back to the user. They can upgrade or downgrade a workflow, as well as 'Control + Enter' to view the code or 'Option + Enter' to read about the release. If there is any interest, I can create a new repo on Github just for the auto-updater. Only caveat is that it is for just that workflow (for now), it doesn't cover all workflows, not sure it ever will. Although it could in the same manner alleyoop does except it would pull info from github (if hosted there) to get release info and browse the codebase. I think alleyoop could probably easily incorporate some of these items to make it a bit more robust. You can see what I am doing here, and read more about the process here. The rest of the control and option clicks to browse the codebase or read docs are in the actual workflow. You would have to download it to view those, you can do so here. Again, if any interest, cool. I can post up whatever anyone would like to see.
  7. There are several Spotify alfred workflows that use the Spotify API, but are painfully slow. This is a very simple workflow, but is very fast. The keyword "SP" followed by a search automatically plays the track. For this to work best, just type song and artist. i.e.: "sp paradise coldplay". The great thing is it searches Spotify using its online XML search and sorts by popularity. Which is why you can be unspecific on your searches and it'll still work. If you wanted to listen to the song "I Want Crazy" by Hunter Hayes, you could just search "sp crazy hayes" and it still plays the track within three seconds. download it here: http://goo.gl/5xavj
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