Convert OS Paths Workflow for Alfred app
Worflow for swithching back and forth between UNIX and Windows Paths, specifically between Mapped Drives and Mounted Network Volumes. It features the actual switching of paths, optionally open the path in Finder, and configuration options to list, add and remove mappings between Windows drives and UNIX volumes.
You'll need to add one or more mappings before doing the conversions. Check below on usage for more info.
convertaddkeyword to add a new mappping, for example
convertadd R MyVolume. This will map R:\ Windows Paths with /Volumes/MyVolume UNIX Paths. After
convertaddyou need to specify a Windows Drive letter, followed by a UNIX Volume name.
convertlistkeyword to list current mappings. Hold down the
altkey to delete a mapping.
convertkeyword followed by a valid and mapped Windows or UNIX path to have it converted and copied to the clipboard. Hold down
Commandto instead open the path in Finder if converting to UNIX.
For OS X 10.9 Mavericks, Download the alfred-convert-os-path.alfredworkflow and import to Alfred 2.
For Previous OS X Versions, Download the alfred-convert-os-path.alfredworkflow and import to Alfred 2.
- 2014-01-06 - Released