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  1. It would be really cool if Alfred had an option for storing images in Clipboard History. Plain text is easy to search and light on resources, but limiting if you rely on images (e.g. graphic designer). When using snippets and/or workflow clipboard objects, {clipboard} should be able to inject images stored in the Clipboard. This would obviously increase Alfred's memory usage; if implemented, it should definitely be optional. Maybe even separate settings that set limits on how big a stored image can be (just like the current implementation for text clipping size). Cheers
  2. Search the iTunes store and view search results with artwork previews right in Alfred. Open search results in iTunes.app (default behavior) Quick Look search results' preview pages right in Alfred (press Shift, the Quick Look feature must be enabled in Alfred's preferences) Open search results' preview pages in your default browser (modifier key — Command) The workflow's preferences (keyword — itprefs) allow you to set the maximum search results limit and preferred store country, as well as clear the artwork cache. You can restrict your searches to the following categories using corresponding keywords: Albums (ital) iOS apps (itapp) Audiobooks (itau) Movies (itmo) Music videos (itmv) Podcasts (itpo) Songs (its) TV shows episodes (itep), and TV shows (ittv) However, you don't have to remember all those keywords. Just use the generic keyword (“it” by default) add “-” after it, and the workflow will show you the list of available categories to choose from (see the second screenshot). Download
  3. Because of an unrelated problem, Apple had me switch to a newly created User account. Most data was transferred, but not my Home LIBRARY folder (where the undiscovered problem probably lay). Is there a file or folder I can transfer from my old and to my new User account, so that I do not have to recreate workflows, etc? I did "sync" to the Shared folder and double-clicked on that Preference file to open Alfred in the New account, but no workflows seem to have been transferred. (I also re-entered the (v 2) Powerpack Lic code. I have not been using Dropbox. Just created a DB account 10 minutes ago) I miss my Alfred!!! All help greatly appreciated! - Eliot Alfred v 2 PPack on a Macbook Pro running 10.9.2
  4. Hi, check out this workflow. Hope you find this useful. It basically triggers a link that opens the Power-Search interface of the iTunes Store with a keyword of your choice. Download @: https://www.dropbox.com/s/oh0fvmxmjx5bniu/iTunes%20Power-Search.alfredworkflow Credits are in the readme part of the workflow.
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