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  1. Hello, I'm trying to switch to a clipboard manager, but Alfred is giving me a hard time. Basically every time when I do my shortcut to reveal the history it moves the last active window to center and leaves it there. short gif screengrab: https://imgur.com/a/j519Gom Is there an option to disable that kind of behavior ?
  2. Could you allow us to vastly/arbitrarily increase the size of Alfred's search-window, so that you could 1 allow for (many) more than 9 results to be displayed (say, up to 30). 2 display the whole filename even when it is very long? This would be very useful to me as I always use a simpler file filter workflow to search between many files with similar and long filename s, and for which I need to see the whole filename (these are scientific papers, which I often search by the authors names and of which I do not remember the titles by heart, although I can recognize it when I read it). If you are concerned that all this decreases readability, you could allow these options to be selected only selectively, say only for file filter searches.
  3. Hey All, Looking for a solution on a very minor annoyance, I usually run a lot of shell commands from Alfred using the > prefix, which is great! Love it! However, when it executes the command it pops open terminal and runs the command and leaves another lingering window around which I find annoying. Does anyone know of a way to force Alfred to close the window it opens after the command is executed? Very rarely do I need the returned command's output. It's usually for firing off quick things like docker pulls, file moves, git commits and such. If I need to do this through an AppleScript I'm open to that as well, just wanted to find some way around my terminal windows popping up everywhere like mushrooms. Thanks!
  4. Windows switcher Description The workflow can be used to switch between the many windows in the current desktop. It's really easy to use, you can switch to a specific named window using the keyword swin <name of the process or name of the window>. Then a list with the following informations about the results will appear: Process Application name When you open one result, by pressing Enter on it, the selected window should be opened. In real the workflow opens all the windows of the process, but it puts in foreground just the selected window. With the ⌥ modifier all the windows belonging to an other processes will be hidden. ---------------------------------------------- State Author Emanuele Munafò Version 1.1 Last release 02/08/2016 Email ema.muna95@gmail.com Compatibility: Alfred v3 ( or higher) Alfred 2 NOT supported. ---------------------------------------------- Changelog and update v1.1Now the results are filtered by both the name of the window and the name of the process. [02/08/2016] Thanks to: Jean-Claude Jung First release [01/08/2016] ---------------------------------------------- Screenshots ---------------------------------------------- Download Click here to download from Packal ---------------------------------------------- Bug You can contact me here or by email if there is something wrong with the workflow. I had never programmed with Applescript until now, so be kindly if the structure of the script is not so good. Known: All the windows of the process will be opened, not the best way. If a process has many windows in different desktop some issues can be revealed. ---------------------------------------------- Todo Open just the selected window. Add caching system for icon path/appname (It should improve the performance of about 1 sec)
  5. Alfred 3 - Quit/Focus Workflow This workflow allows the user to quit any of the active apps or to focus on any of the active and visible windows. Download: (*More details in GitHub.) GitHub: https://github.com/SteliosHa/Alfred_QuitFocus-Mgr Description: Keyword: win 1) Select an active application. Note: The number shown under the application name is the number of active windows of that application. 2) Select “Quit” to quit the application or “Focus” to see the list of the active windows 3) If “Quit”: The application will quit and you will receive a notification. if “Focus”: You will see a list of the active windows. Once you select a window from the list then that window will become the front active window with focus.Thanks!
  6. Hi, Does anyone know if there's an Alfred workflow to move the mouse to the active window. This would be very useful for my 3 monitor setup, as I can easily use the application switcher to get to desired window but it takes (what feels like ages) to get the mouse there. My google searches are polluted by "focus-follows-mouse" content... which is the opposite of what I'm looking for! I also see a bunch of options for Windows users through AutoHotKey scripts, so I know that this is a commonly desired functionality. So, has anyone made this for Alfred? If not, is it possible and what tools and resources are available for it? Thanks in advance!
  7. Hi everyone, So whenever I maneuver to a folder and hit "Open Terminal Here" through Alfred, OSX Yosemite creates a new window with the terminal at the correct place. However, I don't want an entire new window, I want just a new tab situated in my already opened terminal window. Does anybody know how to make Alfred/Terminal default to this behavior? Thanks, Nolan
  8. Friends Does someone have a workflow to simply open a new finder window? Thanks amigos Miguel
  9. Hi all, New Alfred user here. I wanted a way to open a new tab, new window, and new incognito window from alfred, but couldn't find an existing workflow for new tab so I hacked one together from the 'new window' workflow I found. And I figured someone might be interested in having all 3 in a single place. Here's a zip of the workflows for anyone interested: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/29173129/Google%20Chrome%20Workflow%20Kit%20for%20Alfred.zip And here is the applescript I used for each: New Chrome Window on alfred_script(q) tell application "/Applications/Google Chrome.app" make new window activate end tell end alfred_script New Chrome Tab tell application "System Events" set myList to (name of every process) end tell if (myList contains "Google Chrome") is false then do shell script "open -a Google\\ Chrome --new --args" else tell application "Google Chrome" activate tell application "System Events" to keystroke "t" using {command down} end tell end if New Incognito Window tell application "System Events" set myList to (name of every process) end tell if (myList contains "Google Chrome") is false then do shell script "open -a Google\\ Chrome --new --args -incognito" else tell application "Google Chrome" activate tell application "System Events" to keystroke "n" using {command down, shift down} end tell end if
  10. Alfred syncs the relative position of its window across machines. I think this is a bad idea. I have a monster 30" display on my desktop machine (where it's easy to miss things), but an 11" MacBook Air. On my desktop, I like Alfred to appear roughly in the centre of the display where I'm looking, but on the MBA it has to be near to the top of the screen or the full results list doesn't fit on the screen. While it's not a huge deal to have Alfred's window appear near the top of my 30" screen (once I realised what was going on—for a long time I thought Alfred had crashed), it strikes me as much more logical for window positioning (and size, where relevant) to be machine-specific rather than user-specific. I found it particularly confusing, as my theme was not synced (it wasn't installed on the MBA).
  11. Activity Monitor ============ Miss your windows computer? Install this workflow and get Ctrl+Alt+Delete hotkey to open up Activity Monitor, similar to the windows os. Download Now Screen Shots ==========
  12. When using Alfred to launch application, those apps does not always have their main window opened in the display on which Alfred was shown. This is confusing, you're using alfred in one display, and its action occurs in another display. It would be better if all visual feedback occured in the same display. Since mavericks, all screens have a main menu bar, and can be the primary display depending on current active window. One of the consequences of this behavior is that applications have their main window opened in current primary screen. Currently Alfred is always shown on the same display, whatever the current primary screen is. The problem is that you generally expect to have Alfred's actions being done in the same display. Worse, if you wanted an application to open in the same display than Alfred, you can easily forget to check what is the current primary display, and then discover that the application has been opened in the wrond display once it's too late. A good workflow IMO would be to always show Alfred's window on current primary screen, and give the users the oportunity to change the primary screen and let him hide it, changing active window, and re-open it before doing any search.
  13. Add 2 or more items to buffer; action buffer 'Drag' an icon from the right side of the window to any other point. The window will move, but the popover for that icon does not disappear. When 'dragging' the buffer icons from Alfred's main search area, the window does not move and the popover disappears. Here's what it looks like: Alfred 2.0.5 (202) on OS X 10.8.4 (12E55). Replicated: yes
  14. This is a simple workflow I set up to resize windows. The keywords are as follows: t = top b = bottom l = left r = right tl = top left tr = top right bl = bottom left br = bottom right c = centered f = full I used to program these as hotkeys in Alfred 1 but I find that a few extra keystrokes is worth not having to remember 10 different hotkey combinations. The Alfred 1 project I based this on can be found here: http://projects.jga.me/layouts/#toc3 I hope people find this useful. Download it here: http://bit.ly/ZrwMGo
  15. I use Spectacle to arrange my windows. I hit ⌘⌥⌃↑ (my hotkey for maximizing the window) while the Workflow editor's pulldown menu was open. The pulldown was resized, detached from the window. Screenshot: Alfred v2.0.2 (178) on OS X 10.8.3. Replicated: yes
  16. 'Alfred 2.app > Show Package Contents...'. Quicklook info.plist, hit 'Open with Textmate 2' in the upper right. Item opened in Textmate 2, Quicklook steals focus and shows 'No items selected'. Alfred v2.0.1 (173) on OS X 10.8.3. Replicated: yes
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