A user tip on how to tweet with Alfred without... →
daviscabral: So, quick post about how to tweet from AlfredApp using a Powerpack feature. First of all, you need access the Alfred Preferences panel and you will need a licence for the Powerpack - of course. You will also need a Ruby gem called console_tweet. Open your terminal app, in my case is iTerm,…
Alfred ProTips at dirtdon.com →
Amazing. If you truly want to get into some pro functionality for Alfred, this is an excellent read and the author keeps updating it with additional goodies. A post not to miss for those learning all of the Alfred tips and tricks! Go have a look now :)
The one in which you assign global hotkey to open website(s) With the new 0.9 feature - Global Hotkeys - you can assign system-wide shortcuts to your apps, files or scripts. One potential use is then having a hotkey that opens a set of your most-used websites. In the example below, I’ll set a script to satisfy my morning newspaper reading. Open up AppleScript Editor and copy in the...
Giveaway: Share your own Alfred Tip
Over the last three months this tumblr has seen more than 50 tips and tricks helping you make the most of what Alfred offers, whether you’re a Mac pro or just finding your way around. I’ve tried to show you how to launch multiple apps or files with a few clicks, just what you can do with custom searches, or even how to teach Alfred to work just as you want him to. There are a lot of...
The one in which you use Caps Lock as your Alfred hotkey Here’s (a bit more geeky than usual) tip for how to make the most of Alfred focused on setting Caps Lock as your hotkey if you so wish :) Go to your Keyboard system preferences and on the Keyboard tab, click on Modifier Keys (in the bottom right) Set the Caps Lock key to Command Go into Alfred and select your key combination Some...