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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. A workflow for toggling Wifi on and off. Get it at http://www.packal.org/workflow/toggle-wifi Report bugs (unlikely to impossible) here.
  3. https://github.com/anthonymobile/Alfred-WifiPicker My first workflow. A WiFi scanner, selector, and connector workflow. This is a simple workflow to allow you to quickly pick a WiFi network to connect to. Lots of people have asked for this amidst the dozens of wifi togglers but surprisingly this is the first one to be written. Based on: Eject Disk workflow by Steffen Lyngbaek http://steffen.lyngbaek.comhttp://www.manyk.ca/Alfred2/Eject%20Disk.alfredworkflow Wi-Fi Scanner by Matt Silas - https://github.com/MattSilas/Wifi-Scanner/blob/master/wifiscan.py
  4. Instead of forcing an iPhone to be connected to the same wifi network to have Alfred Remote functionality, it would be nice if it could instead connect by bluetooth pairing. Has this feature been requested before?
  5. I just recently bought Alfred and the remote to go with it. First, I should say that I love the remote. It is a great idea but I've noticed two annoyances with it. First, there is a major limitation in that it can only be used if you're on the same WiFi network as your computer. It would be more useful to be able to run workflows, etc. from anywhere (e.g. using my cellular data connection to issue a command when I'm not home). Second, when I'm at home using it to control music or a movie or something, it's pretty annoying to have to wait 5-10 seconds for the remote to connect before I'm able to do anything, especially because i'm usually only doing one action each time it connects. The option to "prevent device from sleeping when the remote is connected" indirectly addresses this but leaving my display on constantly drains my phone battery very quickly. For the iPhone remote app (not sure if there's an Android version), both of these problems can be addressed by using the new option (as of Yosemite I believe) to sync app files between mobile and desktop via iCloud for a more integrated experience. This could be used to pass messages back and forth in a way that circumvents the need for a local network and the need to wait for a computer to respond before issuing a command (you could use an "update remote layout" button instead of automatically updating the remote each time it connects to a computer). I'm not sure how you would address this for an Android version of the remote though. Maybe by adding the option to use Google Drive or Dropbox or something to automatically push the messages between apps. Please and thank you, Bryan
  6. I'm sure there are a few of these out there already, but in the essence of personal growth, I wrote my own Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toggling workflows. Thought I would share with the rest of the world, as I hope someone else finds my stuff useful. Apologies ahead of time, I currently am not taking any requests for enhancements, unless I will actually be using them myself. Having said that, please feel free to fork and make it your own. Toggle Wi-Fi.alfredworkflow | GitHub Page Toggle Bluetooth.alfredworkflow (requires `blueutil` to work properly. To install, run `brew install blueutil`) | GitHub Page
  7. DHCP Toggle Find it on: Packal: DHCP Toggle Github: DHCP Toggle Repository Short Description Set your DHCP Settings via Alfred. Long Description DHCP Toggle allows you to alter your DHCP settings between a manual and an automatic configuration. When you set an automatic configuration, which is normal, your computer will receive an IP address directly from the router that you’re connected to. If you choose manual, you have the option of setting your own IP address. If the router’s IP address is 10.0.1.1, then you’ll be able to get an IP with a prefix of 10.0.1 and a suffix between 2 and 255. If the IP address is already used, then you’ll have to try again. DHCP Toggle will also set your router address to the IP prefix that you use, followed by 1, which is always reserved for the router. You can use this when your Internet connection is weak, or if a router is clogged, or if, for some random reason, the router doesn’t like you connecting with an automatic IP address (the original need for this workflow). Commands dhcp <arg> Available arguments: None: defaults to your default IP prefix + random number 2–255 Switch to auto: auto IP Address: 10.0.1.192 Number: 2–255, i.e. 32 Configure c Configuration Default Prefix You can set a default prefix, the first three numbers of an IP address, which will be given precedence over the other available prefixes. If you just type a three-digit number (between 2–255), then it will set your IP address to DEFAULTIP.NUMBER. IP Prefixes You can set a list of prefixes that you commonly use, and those will appear in the script filter to choose easily. If no prefixes file is found, then the following list will be populated: 10.0.0 10.0.1 192.168.0 192.168.1 192.168.2 192.1.10 You can add and remove from this list from the configuration option. Passwordless Execution (sudo) If you would prefer to use this workflow without a password, you can select the option to add a record to your sudoers file. The script will add the line $USER ALL=NOPASSWD:/usr/sbin/networksetup to your /etc/sudoers file, where $USER is your username; so, the $USER will now be able to execute the command networksetup without needing to enter a password. The script checks the syntax with visudo to make sure that it doesn’t bork your /etc/sudoers file. So, it’s safe. Demo Credit Thanks for version 2.0 goes to Pryley (Github | Alfred Forum) who opened a pull request for the added features and contributed some code. Issues Please report coding issues on the Github issue queue. Other support should be posted on the Alfred Forum thread.
  8. This one will require a little editing to share from your chosen Ethernet device. It's currently set to share from "Display Ethernet", as I route my ethernet through my display. http://cl.ly/3h0H332q0H0l matt
  9. I often work on my Mac while running on battery and in the interest of reducing battery usage and reducing distractions from the internet, I often want to switch my WiFi on or off. I’m a keyboard person and will avoid reaching for my mouse if I can avoid it. Hence this Alfred workflow was born. From the README: This workflow for Alfred provides 3 shortcuts to switch on and off your WiFi. 1. w1 switch on your WiFi 2. w0 switch off your WiFi 3. w01 switches off and then switches on your WiFi w01 is very useful when you want to refresh the list of WiFi access points. Download link: http://motionobj.com/blog/alfred-workflow-to-toggle-wifi/
  10. Here's a little workflow for toggling bluetooth and wifi. Basic usage: bt - toggle bluetooth, see status bluetooth - toggle bluetooth wifi - toggle wifi Download: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xcka1l6pxt8ibsn/BT%20%26%20Wifi%20Toggle.alfredworkflow (as of 08/03/2014) Important update: The latest version of this workflow uses a new (unofficial) version of blueutil which is a copy of the original source code, only rewritten and compiled (by me) for the latest OS X, that is for the OS X 10.10 beta, too. I am a little worried that by having it compiled for the beta, it won't work for 10.9 and lower but I hope there won't be a problem. If there is, please tell me and I will release a version with the original blueutil. Using: custom version of blueutil (http://www.frederikseiffert.de/blueutil/)
  11. Hi all, I know, there is plenty of smart Wi-Fi toggle workflows out there so it's hard to believe we need another. Anyway, this is the one I made by myself, in Perl, adding some bells and whistles like current IPv4/v6 address, MAC address as well as the SSID of the current connection. It looks like this: If you like it you can download it from this page. As usual, any comment is the very welcome Have a nice day Gaetano
  12. Here's a workflow to provide info about the network interfaces and the wifi connection. Type "ip" to show the ip and mac addresses of your interfaces as well as your current external ip address (maybe the address of your proxy). Type "wifi" to get the name, authentication mode and channel of your current wifi connection. Selecting any of the result items copies its value to the clipboard. Download Network Info
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