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FlixSearch for Alfred See what's available on Netflix and where via FlixSearch.io. Download & Installation Download from GitHub releases or Packal. Double-click the FlixSearch-x.x.alfredworkflow file to install. Usage Note: You must activate one or more countries before the workflow will work. flix <query> — Search FlixSearch.io for <query>. ↩ — Open the FlixSearch.io page in your default browser. ⌘ — Show video's genres in the subtitle. ⌥ — Show countries in which video is available in subtitle. ^ — Show FlixSearch.io URL in subtitle. ⇧ — Preview FlixSearch.io webpage with Quicklook. flixconf — Show workflow update status and configuration optionsUpdate status. Show whether a newer version of the workflow is available for download. Configure countries — Activate/deactivate countries to include in/exclude from search results. Activate the countries you visit or have VPN endpoints in. View help — Open this help file in your default browser. Reset workflow — Clear workflow cache and settings. Licensing, thanks, etc. Please see the GitHub repo for details.
I love watching videos (particularly youtube) in quicktime. I do this by: I use the ClickToFlash extension for Safari That lets me right click on a playing youtube video (in the HTML 5 video player) and I can (usually) click "copy video address" Open quick time Click "Open Location" (Command-L) Paste the link (the video address) Quicktime opens the video in its own window. No ads, no distractions, super quick, keep the quicktime window above other windows, etc. I'd love to have an extension that automates all of that. And then make that a universal hotkey (control-option-command-w or something) so that I can just press that hotkey on a youtube page and it opens in quicktime (and closes the youtube tab). I tried doing it with Automator too, but couldn't figure it out. Even if that were possible and then just trigger that Automator action with a hotkey would be great. Thanks!