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I have a workflow that allows you to search for iTunes Art Work.  There are three keywords:







Once you search for a movie, tv show, or music it will open up two tabs in your browser with a standard resolution image and high resolution image.   This workflow is based on Ben Dodson's Artwork Finder https://github.com/bendodson/itunes-artwork-finder/


You may download this work flow from https://github.com/scottfwalter/iTunes-Artwork-Search



FYI -- This workflow searches the U.S. iTunes stored which can easily be changed by updating the script filter to pass in a different country code.



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I'm experiencing the same isses as @RodgerWW.


I'm having a browser issue also.  I use Firefox as my default browser.  Using this workflow, I performed a search, Safari launched, and then I got the following error "Oops could not determine your browser org.mozilla.firefox."  I changed my default browser to Safari (7.0.6) and it worked as expected.

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I’ve long enjoyed this workflow, but it needed a little love, and I ended up rewriting it in Ruby b/c I tend to prefer that over PHP.


You can find a copy of it in at jeffbyrnes/alfred-itunes-artwork-search on GitHub.


I‘ve tested all three flows, and they all appear to work well! It will work with the copy of Ruby that comes with macOS, and it works with my Homebrew-installed copy as well on macOS 12.5 (Monterey).

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