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  1. A while back a mate managed to lock me out of my room and and proceeded to tinker with my computer while I watched helplessly through a window. I wasn't going to take that lying down so I used my iPad to airplay Liam Neeson's immortal line from Taken to the speakers in my room. My friend was suitably freaked out Since I've been having fun using Alfred 2 to automate every tiny little function on my computer I thought I might as well throw this workflow together. It uses an Applescript to: Pause iTunes if it's playing Set the computer's volume to maximum Play the audio clip Set volume and mute to their original settings Resume iTunes playback (if it was playing) To use it you'll need to edit the script in the workflow with the path to the audio file (a copy of which is bundled with the workflow). More detailed instructions: Import the workflow into Alfred Double click the Run Script tile in the workflow Click "Open workflow folder" at the bottom right Note the file path to Taken_Audio.aif (you can find this by clicking and dragging the aif into Alfred ) Back in the Run File tile, scroll to the bottom of the script and edit the path to the audio file (it's located under "# Play the clip"). It's mostly filled out for you, all you really need to add is the long string of characters from the end of the workflow folder name. Download: Taken Keyword: taken Here's a standalone copy of the audio: Taken Audio
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