Monthly Archives: April 2014

Keyboard Maestro – It’s the Little Things

I’ve been using Keyboard Maestro to make myself more efficient. Even the littlest things can (and should) be automated to save time. I spend a good portion of my day navigating directories in iTerm. Often I find myself jumping up

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Determining Your Most Used Commands in Terminal

I’m always looking to automate things using Alfred, Keyboard Maestro, Text Expander, and Python. I was curious which terminal commands I use most often, so I did some experimenting. Basically I wanted to know how many times I’ve executed each

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Keyboard Maestro – MIDI Triggers

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Using Alfred to open Chrome and Firefox Bookmarks

I was looking for a decent Alfred workflow to let me easily open my Chrome bookmarks from Alfred. The search lead me to a tool called Brow and this blog post. I’m just writing here to recommend the solution to

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Keyboard Maestro – Paste into Vim (with formatting)

Vim users frequently run   :set paste  and :set nopaste . Using paste mode makes it simple to paste text while maintaining whitespace, but some other aspects of Vim are reset in paste mode (e.g., autoindent and smartindent). I’m sure there’s a way to make

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Keyboard Maestro – Alfred Integration

I’ve been using the Alfred Maestro workflow for a bit now. It’s very nice to be able to call Keyboard Maestro macros via Alfred. It took me some time to figure out why some of my macros weren’t available in

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