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  1. Background I often find myself landing deep within some website structure, e.g. http://www.thedomain.com/subpage/anothersubpage/imhere. I'd now like to press a keyboard shortcut to jump up to http://www.thedomain.com. Let's call it an ease-of-life feature. Problem I've tried for several hours to get this workflow going, but have realised that my programming skills are too weak/non-existent. Steps (according to my n00b mind) Get URL from active browser tab (this is the part that's running, thanks to input from this forum. It's using an Applescript) Analyse the URL and chop off everything after the third "/". (Using RegEx? I've seen similar things done with Ruby, but I know little to nothing about both topics) Replace current tab URL with "home URL", reload browser. (Not there yet...) Questions If feels wrong to use an Applescript and then send the output into a Ruby script for further processing. Is it possible to solve my problem using one language? I've got horrible problems getting how variables get set up in a script and how to send them on in the workflow. Especially with different languages. Is there a good place to learn about this? Any input to this problem is highly appreciated. Thanks!
  2. Hiya all Is it possible to get results in Alfred from certain website pages? For example, Amazon's "Today's Deals"? I have had a play with Alfred with Vitors help and come up with this attempt, which depending on how you look at it is very lame or as I look at it, I threw my arms in the air screaming YES! But it needs coding to do what I want, which is search results for all "Today's Deals" on Amazon.co.uk within Alfred. I would not know where to start with coding, like I said to Vitor, I have never coded in my life, I have downloaded CodeAnywhere to the iPad, and signed up on the website, but I have no clue as to what I'm looking at but a blank screen. Mark
  3. Quickly access a ruby gem's URLs with: gem <gem name> URLs include: Homepage Rubygems Page Documentation Use [Return] to visit the url in the browser and [CMD]+[Return] to copy the url to your clipboard. Download
  4. Hi, I hope someone please could help me with this, hopefully not such a silly question but I would like a workflow that searches a given keyword in: google, ebay, an specific website and the Mac at the same time with a hotkey. So far I can do the first three without a problem, but I cannot manage to get the workflow to search the mac as well at the same time. Here a snapshot of my workflow so far: http://cl.ly/image/3C3I1M0A2m1s Any help or suggestion would be much appreciated. Regards Daniel
  5. OK, I would LIKE to be able to make a workflow to grab my current data useage from my Cable provider's account page. The initial LOGIN page is here: https://myaccount.cogeco.ca/acpub/login/ Now, they are using some sort of authentication to protect users, and I am VERY limited in my knowledge of curl in BASH. As far as I can tell, I need to use curl twice, first to authenticate to one URL, then to login with another url ... perhaps using cookies? Can someone help me out here perhaps?
  6. Hi guys, I made a workflow that checks to see if a specified website is online or offline. It uses the website "isup.me". The default trigger is "isd <URL>" Here's the github page: https://github.com/cheniel/Alfred-Site-Checker If you're just looking for the good stuff (immediate download): http://bit.ly/1evjqSu It's my first workflow, would definitely appreciate any comments or suggestions. Edit 4/10/14: fixed missing temporary folder bug.
  7. Hi Alfred lovers I’m new to Alfred and I was looking for a workflow that was able to store my favourite websites. More or less one like “Faves” from David Ferguson (http://www.alfredforum.com/topic/784-faves-formerly-favorite-folders/) but instead of storing folders it stored my favourite websites only. I’ll explain my situation. I have a list of websites from my university that i only need to access when I’m studying. My idea was to type “uni” and only then the list of pre set websites would appear, so that they don’t clutter my other search results I actually don’t know if this is easy or not or do, but here is the suggestion. Thanks a lot
  8. Hey everyone I was looking around to fill my workflow list from a fresh start up and I found it very difficult to find a good list of useful workflows that I can browse and download what I wanted. Its pretty time consuming going through the forums and going through each thread to find anything. Do you guys have any suggestions on this? I honestly feel like creating a simple website that would have a list of a bunch of workflows and themes for people to browse through and download. Developers could submit their workflows and users could request workflows. etc etc. Thoughts?
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