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If you use AppDelete to Backup or Uninstall Applications on OS X, you may like this Workflow. You can use a Hotkey or the Alfred Command "uninstall" to send the selected Application to AppDelete. When you hit ENTER, AppDelete will open up. And of course, it uses AlleyOOP for Updates Download here... Changelog: 1.2: Updated download URL for AlleyOOP and MonkeyPatcher. 1.1: Added 'File action, like in Jonas Eriksen's 'AppCleaner' Workflow'. 1.0: Initial Release
Hi, I am not a developer and I am completely lost with the workflows. The other day I was trying to uninstall an app with AppZapper and thought it would be cool if I could do this with Alfred. It actually work if I look for an App, select it, and open with AppZapper, but it requires a couple of steps, which could easily be avoided with the workflows (I suppose that was the idea). So I tried to create my workflow, but impossible to get it started (I think someone who has even basic understanding of the new workflows should be able to create it in less than 2 minutes though). So what I want is something like this: The action would be triggered when I type 'Uninstall', then I type and select the app I'd like to uninstall and press enter to open it AppZapper (for people using another uninstaller, then they could also customise the workflow to use another one, I suppose). Thank you for any help you can provide. All best, Julien