alfred-chrome-workflow

    0.4.5 • Public • Published

    ⚠️ Deprecated

    This workflow is no longer maintained.

    If you're looking for a similar workflow, highly recommend using alfred-chromium-workflow instead, which reimplemented this workflow's most features.

    Alfred-chrome-workflow
    NPM Release License

    Alfred workflow to search Chrome kernel based browser's queries, bookmarks, history and download logs, and other data

    🌈 Features

    • 📄 Search Chrome's Visit History (chh)

    • 🔖 Search Chrome's Bookmark sorted by visit counts (chb)

    • 📁 Search Chrome's Bookmark folder (chf)

    • 📜 Search Chrome's Search query history (chs)

    • 🔎 Search Chrome's Download logs (chd)

    • 🎥 Search Chrome's Media (video) history (chm)

    • 📒 Search and Copy Your Chrome's Autofill data (cha)

    • 📝 You can change your search config details (ch > conf)

    📌 Prerequisite

    The prerequisites below are required to use that package.

    🔨 How to install

    1. Install package by npm
    $ npm install --global alfred-chrome-workflow
    

    If you have problem with installation with above command,

    Please refer these installaion issues.

    1. Check your chrome_profile on /Users/<username>/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/<chrome_profile>/. default value is set by Default.

    If chrome_profile is not proper, you could encounter below error.

    1. If your chrome_profile is not default, change chrome_profile of conf.json to your profile name.

    2. (Optional, Recommended) You can cache favicon images in advance by executing ch > cache

    By proceeding with the above process, you can assign favicon to the items of chb and increase search speed.

    📗 How to use

    chb { Argument }

    Argument: {Term to search}

    Search chrome bookmark

    (Could be sorted by visit counts, alphabet)

    chf { Argument }

    Argument: {Term to search}

    Search chrome bookmark folders

    chh { Argument }

    Argument: {Term to search}

    Search chrome visit history

    You can append # to search word to search only the logs in that url.

    Example:

    chh #youtube [some_word_to_search]

    chd { Argument }

    Argument: {Term to search}

    Search chrome download history

    chs { Argument }

    Argument: {Term to search}

    Search your query based on visit history

    You can append # to search word to search only the logs in that url.

    Example:

    chs #github [some_word_to_search]

    chm { Argument }

    Argument: {Term to search}

    Search chrome media history (like youtube watching history)

    You can append # to search word to search only the logs in that url.

    And you can append @ to search word to search only the logs in that artist.

    Example:

    chs #youtube @some_artist [some_word_to_search]

    cha { Argument }

    Argument: {Term to search}

    Search chrome autofill data

    chid { Argument }

    Argument: {Term to search}

    Search chrome's login data (including email)

    ch > conf

    Open config file (conf.json)

    ch > cache

    Cache favicon images from your visit history in advance

    ch > clearcache

    Clear favicon cache

    🔖 Search Options

    common

    • chrome_profile

    Type: string

    Your chrome profile name.

    • locale

    Type: string (enum)

    Determines whether to display some string values in Korean or English.

    Possible values: ko or en

    • browser

    Type: string (enum)

    Select the browser to which you want the workflow to the workflow.

    Possible values: Chrome or Chrome Canary or Edge or Chromium or Brave

    • browser_dir

    Type: string | undefined

    If your browser is based on chromium, you can manually specify browser_dir for your browser path.

    This could be useful when you use unsupported browsers (Note that the browser should be based on chromium).

    browser option is ignored if browser_dir is specified.

    • exclude_domains

    Type: string[]

    You can exclude specific domain's url in your search result.

    This is applied to chs, chh, chm. (Not chb)

    chh

    • result_limit

    Type: number

    Displays as many search results in chh search as result_limit.

    • sort

    Type: string

    Determine what to sort the search results in chh.

    Recommended Value:

    last_visit_time DESC Or visit_count DESC, typed_count DESC, last_visit_time DESC

    • delete_duplicate

    Type: boolean

    Removes items with duplicate title names.

    chd

    • sort

    Type: string (enum)

    Sort by DESC or ASC

    chb

    • sort

    Type: string (enum)

    Sort by VISIT_FREQ or ALPHABET

    chs

    • result_limit

    Type: number

    Displays as many search results in chs search as result_limit.

    • delete_duplicate

    Type: boolean

    Removes items with duplicate title names.

    chm

    • sort

    Type: string (enum)

    Sort item.

    Possible Value: artist, source_title, position_ms, last_updated_time_s

    position_ms sorts by watching time you played on the video.

    last_updated_time_s sorts by recently viewed videos descending.

    • result_limit

    Type: number

    Displays as many search results in chm search as result_limit.

    • delete_duplicate

    Type: boolean

    Removes items with duplicate title names.

    cha

    • sort

    Type: string (enum)

    Sort item.

    Possible Value: name, value, count, date_created, date_last_used

    name sorts by the form's name.

    value sorts by the autofill data value.

    count sorts by the numbers of the data is used.

    date_created sorts by the dates of the data is created.

    date_last_used sorts by the dates of the data is used last.

    • result_limit

    Type: number

    Displays as many search results in cha search as result_limit.

    • delete_duplicate

    Type: boolean

    Removes duplicated items.

    License

    MIT © jopemachine

    Install

    npm i alfred-chrome-workflow

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    0.4.5

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