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  1. Alfred Wifi Speedtest Alfred Wifi Speedtest is a workflow for Alfred 4, that uses speedtest-cli and reports back in a notification the upload/download speeds of the current wifi you're on. Why? Since COVID hit, my wifi speeds have plummeted (Verizon cap/bottleneck maybe?). I hate needing to google for a wifi speedtest every time I have to check if my wifi speed will be good enough for the call I'm about to join. I have to open another tab, ads clutter my screen while running the speedtest, and it's one more thing cluttering my screen. This workflow makes a wifi speedtest just an alfred keyword away. Important You will always find the latest version, changelog and updated documentation on GitHub as is difficult to use the forum to keep track of updates and support. Download Download directly from Github releases page, make sure to download the latest release. Download here. Installation Instructions After downloading the workflow from the release page, be sure to install the wifi speedtest-cli using the command below brew install speedtest-cli Then, simply run the Alfred workflow by summoning Alfred and typing speedtest. This is my first real contribution to any sort of open source community so suggestions are welcome! I thought about adding automatic updates, but figured something is better than nothing to start and I can iterate on this if people have suggestions/feature requests. Thanks in advance for any suggestions to improve this workflow!
  2. Search Unicode Search Unicode is an Alfred 4 Workflow to lookup and reverse lookup Unicode characters and emoji with their names. This workflow is also published on GitHub at https://github.com/blueset/alfred-search-unicode. Download Download it at its GitHub release page. You need to install Python 3 on your macOS in order for this to work. You can install that with Homebrew using the command below: brew install python Usage Search character by description Type u keyword (ex. u superscript) to get a list of characters matching the keyword. Press Return to copy the character to clipboard (ex. ⁰) Press Cmd + Return to copy its Hex code to clipboard (ex. U+2070) Press Option + Return to copy its name to clipboard (ex. Superscript Zero) Search character by code point Type u codepoint [[codepoint] ...] (ex. u fffd ff10) to look up characters by its codepoint. The same 3 options apply here too. Search emoji by name Type e keywords (ex. e face) to look up characters by its codepoint. Press Return to copy the character to clipboard (ex. 😀) Identify characters in a string Type uid string (ex. uid ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)) to identify characters in a string. For the first 4 rows (hex sequence, integer sequence, UTF-8 sequence and XML escape sequence): Press Return to copy the sequence to clipboard (ex. 28 20 0361 B0 20 035C 0296 20 0361 B0 29) For the following rows that identifies each individual characters: Press Cmd + Return to copy its Hex code to clipboard (ex. U+2070) Press Option + Return to copy its name to clipboard (ex. Superscript Zero) Credit This workflow depends on resources from: arp242/uni 1.0.0 with Unicode 12.1 Data Twemoji 12.1.4 for emoji preview License Copyright 2019 Eana Hufwe <https://1a23.com> Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
  3. Hello all. In case there are other Alfred+Pinboard users out there who might find utility in an app/script combo to quickly access your pins: https://github.com/NeoTeo/PinboardDailies Teo
  4. Hello. It is a simple workflow to manage Tunnelblick connections. Type vpn and it displays all the Tunnelblick connections. You can narrow the list by typing part of the connection name. Select the connection and press enter to toggle its state. Packal Page GIF with demo: Hope it will be useful for anyone besides me.
  5. This workflow is for processing a text list of items separated by a single character. You set the character and the direction of the search, and the workflow will give you one at a time. lp:save This sets the list of items. This is tied to a hotkey that takes the current selection. If there is nothing on the input, the command will grab the clipboard to use. Or, the user can type in what they want. lp:next This gives the next item. This is tied to a hotkey as well. lp:forwardbackward This sets the direction of the lookup. If backwards, the last item will be given in lp:next. If forwards, the first item in the list will be given. lp:setseparator This sets the separator that will be used to process the list. lp:reset This sets the list processing back to the original list. Therefore, lp:next starts fresh. lp:show This will show the list on the screen for the user to see. lp:length This will show the number of items in the list separated by the given separator. lp:left This will show the number of items left to be shown. lp:shown This will show how many items have been shown. Version: 1.1 Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/list-processing-workflow GitHub: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred My Website: http://customct.com
  6. Hey all Alfred lovers out there, After David Ferguson created the PHP Workflows class to help PHP gurus create complex workflows with ease, I decided to create an equivalent solution for AppleScript gurus, because let's face it: you can't really do with PHP (or other languages) what you can do with AppleScript in terms of controlling your Mac system and its apps. This library provides an object-oriented library of functions for working with plist settings files, reading and writing data to files, generating Alfred feedback results, requesting remote data, and more. But before you begin working with it, please make sure you read the documentation first as it contains vital information on how to use it, as well as help & examples (there's even an example AlfredWorkflow file that uses this library to show you how you can use it for your own workflows). P.S. at the moment the library lacks JSON support since AppleScript doesn't know anything about it, so until I develop a JSON parser for AppleScript you can either use David's PHP class or improvise on my work and keep an eye on the github repository because I will probably add more AlfredWorkflows, and hopefully I'll manage to make a proper JSON parser in the meantime.
  7. This will allow you to flush your DNS. This uses multiple methods to hand more versions of OS X. And has a pause in the middle of about 5 seconds. It will push a notification when completed. Just type flush and you are in business. Not much to take credit for here, all ideas came from others. Idea and icon taken from David Ferguson's Flush DNS script for pre 2.x Alfred and my need for a 2.x version. Script updated to support Mac OS X 10.7 & 10.8 with info from: http://hints.macworld.com/comment.php?mode=view&cid=130223 Download the workflow here: http://bit.ly/FlushDNSAlfred2
  8. This is a workflow that you won’t use often, but when you do need it, it will solve a common Finder annoyance. Ever right-click a file, choose Open With… and Finder presents all the applications that can open that file, only many of them are duplicates (see image below)? Activate this workflow with rdcmi, wait a few seconds and all those duplicate entries are removed. Find more information here. Download the workflow here. I keep my small collection (more coming) of Workflows/Extensions here. ---------- :: Steven "Doc" Combs, Ph.D. :: http://www.docstechnotes.com :: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/DocsTechNotes
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