Showing posts tagged with "Alfred"
I write this guide for people who want to learn how to set up Alfred with Script Filter as the input. It’s perfectly fine if you’re not familiar with any scripting languages. The guide will show you how to convert CSV files into JSON objects that can populate Alfred search results.Continue Reading »
When I’m done with the work, I enter “quitall” with Alfred and quit all the apps in the Dock. I found out that I need more control to decide which apps to keep active.Continue Reading »
Shortcuts don’t scale well. Global shortcuts are top offenders. How often you have to reassign a global shortcut because it interferes with the built-in shortcuts? How to install more macros and workflows without adding complexity to your setup?Continue Reading »
Assigning shortcuts to macros can be a problem when there is too many conflicting keys between macros and other apps. You can use Keyboard Maestro
Trigger macro by name action to avoid this problem, but I prefer integrating macros into Alfred.
Terminology is an indispensable tool for writers. It’s a dictionary, a thesaurus, a reference tool. Unfortunately, Terminology is only available for iPhone and iPad. There is no Mac version yet, but we can build one by ourselves.Continue Reading »
There is a lot of differences between Alfred Free and Alfred Powerpack edition. The upgrade from Free to Powerpack edition will change the way you navigate files and control Mac. To help you getting started with this amazing utility, check out these Alfred Powerpack tips.Continue Reading »
I stop comparing Alfred to Spotlight. Not because Spotlight is useless, but Alfred offers more with less.Continue Reading »
I rarely use Finder anymore because all of the tasks is one query away. I save more time. I find my files faster. Here are some tips to improve the search experience in Alfred.Continue Reading »
Alfred’s fallback searches is one of the most underutilized feature. The free version doesn’t allow users to set their own custom searches; Powerpack owners can configure it easily. This feature is especially useful for people who search regularly.Continue Reading »
I hate shortcuts. I used to love them. But, every time conflicting shortcuts exits, I smash my MacBook Air keyboards. No, I didn’t. I wish I could.Continue Reading »